You're never too old to learn something new! We provide opportunities for adults ages 18 and up to explore new hobbies and skills. From Tai Chi to retirement workshops to cooking classes, you'll find something of interest!
For more information, contact Robin Soderquist at 630-406-5282 or email@example.com.
Active Adult Classes
Join this exciting group of fun people who meet on the third Wednesday of each month. Meetings of this active organization include general business, an entertaining and informative program, and a refreshment/social period.
Due to COVID-19, the BSCC is holding monthly meetings on Zoom. Please contact Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We also are offering the following programs:
We often think of the new year as a time to set new goals. Weight management requires ongoing efforts, including regular physical activity, healthier eating, getting enough seep, and managing stress. Make healthy habits a priority during the holidays and every day. Download this flyer with tips on how to manage weight and stay active, especially during the holidays. If you are interested in learning more about the All of Us Research Program, please click here.
Join us for a virtual Breakfast Club each Friday at 9:30 am. If you would like to be added to the list, please contact Robin at email@example.com.
Join us as we have the most important meal of the day at various local restaurants. We will meet the first Friday of each month at 9:30 am. Participants are responsible for paying for their own breakfast. Please call 630-406-5282 and let us know if you are planning to attend.
Take a trip with us! Explore a destination, learn something new, or just get out of the house for the day. A variety of excursions are offered in cooperation with area park districts and open to all.
The sport of pickleball is growing in popularity! Join this exciting sport during open gym hours each season. There is a $3 drop-in fee.
*Pickleball Open Gym is currently paused due to Tier 3 Mitigations.
Batavia RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) is an all-volunteer, local non-profit organization formed in 1988 to provide a variety of senior services to Batavia based residents, ages 65 and older. Our goal is to provide services so our senior population can live independently for as long as they so desire. Batavia RSVP provides several programs for seniors living within the boundaries of the City of Batavia, the Batavia Park District, and Batavia Township.
These services include a Medical Assistance Program (MAP) which provides payment assistance for prescription medication co-pays and deductibles for income qualifies seniors (annual income qualifications $35,000 per individual, $45,000 per couple). MAP also includes a $200 per person annual stipend for dental services and hearing aid battery replacements (MAP income qualifications apply). Batavia RSVP also provides smoke and CO detectors and installations, driving services for seniors needing to get to medical appointments, and, in conjunction with the Batavia Fire Department, lock box installations (secure emergency access into homes) and annual smoke detector battery replacements. RSVP can be reached at 630-406-9993 or their website.