Our Program Committee has been hard at work not only planning a diverse offering of clubs throughout the year for active adults aged 50 and over, but restructuring the club to meet the current demand for programming. Many of the clubs will continue to meet on an ongoing basis and some have specific program dates. Clubs with grey titles have fees for participation. You will only need to pay when you are able to join us! You can find more information on each of these programs on our website (burlingtonrecreation.org) or by contacting the Program Committee using the email listed below.
Here are the major changes:
- We will now require all members register annually for the clubs they are interested in participating. Registration is easy; you can now register online! Visit our website, burlingtonrecreation.org, click on register and search for activity number 510007. As always, you can register right at the Parks & Recreation office. This will allow us to communicate in a more effective manner with all of our members.
- Additionally, the Club will now allow non-residents to register for clubs for a $10 annual fee.
If you have any specific questions about the new format or a club, please reach out to the Club 50 Program Committee at email@example.com.
Check back for more up to date information.
Bocce is among the oldest games in the world, dating to 5200 BC. This laid back group is as much about the socialization as bocce itself. No previous bocce experience necessary; you can learn as you go. This group meets the first Wednesday of each moth at 6:00pm, at the 3rd Avenue Green Space (between Tony C's & Osteria Nino). The season runs from May 3 - October 25
If bowling is your sport, this club is right up your alley! This club is designed for fun, exercise and camaraderie; it is not league bowling. We offer both a men's & women's club. Club meets on Tuesdays starting October 10.
Join our cycling club and take rides through the Bruce Freeman and Minute Man Trails. Routes will vary in length from 5 to 10 miles or perhaps longer. Rides are announced monthly and are weather dependent. Rides may be followed by a relaxing lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Golf Club at King Rail
This golf activity is a great way to meet and play golf with your friends and neighbors, in a fun and social environment. You will be matched with a twosome or threesome by the coordinator. This club will meet on Tuesdays starting April 11.
Golf Club at Swanson Meadows
This golf activity is a great way to meet and play golf with your friends and neighbors, in a fun and social environment. The coordinator will match you with the same twosome or threesome each week. This club will meet on Wednesdays starting April 12.
The hiking group holds monthly hikes on easy to intermediate trails within 10 miles of Burlington. Hikes will vary in length, up to 3 miles long. Hikes are announced monthly and are weather dependent. Hiking shoes are recommended.
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation! It is great exercise, easy to learn and tons of fun! Tournaments are typically held each season.
From November 5 - April 22, 2023 play is in the Parks & Recreation Gymnasium.
Social (Jan. - April) - Tuesday 7:45 - 9:45 pm
Beginner - Saturday, 6 - 8 pm
Intermediate - Saturday, 4 - 6 pm
Play is held at Simonds Park April 24 - October 28.
The sing-a-long activity provides an avenue for you to engage in recreational singing with other similarly interested folks. The emphasis of this activity is on camaraderie and singing for the fun of it. We meet on Thursdays from 1:15 - 3 pm starting April 20th.
The tennis activity is a friendly, informal sports and social group. Join us for drop-in, intermediate, mixed doubles tennis. This is a great way to get some outside exercise, meet new people, improve your tennis game and have lots of fun! All you need is your tennis racquet, a can of tennis balls, a hat or sun visor, sunscreen, comfortable shoes and a water bottle. This Club meets Tuesday or Thursday from 8:30 - 11 am at the Rahanis Playground Tennis Courts starting April 11th.
Whist is a game of mental engagement, strategic thinking and social interactions. Haven't played in a while or maybe not at all? No worries, come on down, we will show you the ropes.
This Club runs Fridays at 9am in Room 207 at the Council of Aging (61 Center St)
For more information on any of these clubs, please check out their flyer or email Club 50 at firstname.lastname@example.org.