The Michael J. Felix Community Center had just when the COVID-19 pandemic forced officials to shut the doors. In June, the community center reopened its doors to the public with reduced hours and is now offering several classes and activities to residents.
The staff is working hard to plan activities for members of all ages, while keeping safe COVID-19 guidelines in place to keep the virus from spreading.
The community center has several classes for children available, according to Recreation Manager Cynthia Wiseman, the Little Learner pre-school class is one of the most popular. Kids can attend one, two or three days a week – Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. The class will keep students busy with daily lessons, free play sessions, arts and crafts activities and story time.
By Dustin Butler • [email protected]