Free activities for seniors all week a Community Center

People play table tennis at the Fort Wayne Community Center
Cornhole is one of the activities people can play during Active Aging Week.
Cornhole is one of the activities people can play during Active Aging Week.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) All this week at the Fort Wayne Community Center, the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department is offering free activities for people age 50 and over. The activities are a part of Active Aging Week, organized by the International Council on Active Aging.

Various drop-in activities include: Billiards, bingo, bridge, cronhole, euchre, mah jongg, pickleball, table tennis, whamo, Wii play, stretch and flex, Arthritis Foundation exercise and everyday exercise.

The Community Center is located at 233 West Main Street in downtown Fort Wayne.

During Active Aging Week, Parks & Rec is putting on these special events:

Cornhole Tournament
Monday, September 22, 10 am—No registration necessary.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.
Sponsored by Signature HealthCARE of Fort Wayne.

Pickleball Tournament
Monday, September 23, McMillen Park Community Center
Call 260-427-6460 to register by Monday.
9 am: Mixed doubles (if you don’t have a partner, one will be assigned to you.) Previous playing experience recommended.
1 pm: Beginners Tournament. No prior experience needed. Equipment provided.
Sponsored by Ossian and Englewood Health and Rehab.

Table Tennis Tournament
Wednesday, September 24, 10 am
Call 260-427-6460 by Tuesday to register.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.
Sponsored by Glenbrook and Bethlehem Woods.

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