Programs at Herndon Senior Center are offered as classes or as drop-in groups. These programs are made available through a team effort of experienced recreation professionals, specialized instructors, and the contribution of the many talented members and volunteers found at the center. You will find programs in the following areas of interest:
Health and Wellness: Brain Fitness (Trivia, Wordplay, Logic Puzzles), Emotional Wellness, Diet and Nutrition, General Fitness, Dance, Sports and Physical Games, Disease Education, and Psychology.
Lifelong Learning and Education: Business, Careers & Finances; Computers & Internet; Higher Education, Science & Mathematics, Society & Culture; History & Current Events; Languages; Mythology & Folklore.
Arts, Humanities, Games, and Recreation: Books, Authors, Writing, General Music, Genealogy, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Fine Arts, Hobbies, Crafts, Board, Card, and Tile Games, Video and Online Games
The Herndon Senior Center is continuing a program that will help children get ready for Kindergarten. We need YOU to make this program a success. If you enjoy pre-school children, like to read, and would like to be a mentor to a child, contact the Center before September 14th. Classes will run until December 16th.
All Ages Read Together ( AART ) is a private non-profit organization that provides free reading activities to low and moderate income pre-school children.
Sewing Volunteers Needed
Do you like to sew, or know someone who has basic sewing skills? We need volunteers who have basic sewing skills. Click on "Sewing" to see what projects might interest you.