DOUBLE CENTURY RIDE CHALLENGE
Join our spin instructors on a 200 mile indoor spin challenge via Strava.com. Prizes for the first three on the podium.
To participate, click HERE, create a profile, search for “The Cornwell Center Club” and click “I’m In.”
Race starts Monday April 13th (NEW DATE) with Marcy’s 5:45am class, but you can join and catch up anytime.
More info? Click HERE, ask Ansley Melnik, our spin instructors, or the front desk.
ARM BALANCE and INVERSION WORKSHOP
w/Kacy and Ansley
Saturday, MAY 9, 2-4p
$30 - Registration required
SENIOR CARDIO in the Gym,
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11-11:45am
SENIORS: SALT 'n' PEPPER MEETUPS
Coffee and discussion on a range of topics for folks “of a certain age.” This month, a nutrition workshop: Gut Health; The Epicenter of Your Physical and Mental Well-being, w/Ginny Cobb, RD, LDN.
TOMORROW, APR.21, 9:30-10:45a
Free for Cornwell members
SUMMER CAMPS - In addition to the games, art, language, and other great activities, we have our new “Carry Over” program for elementary children enrolled in morning and afternoon sessions. They can stay with us between morning and afternoon sessions. Sign up for this optional program and we'll provide "carry over" care..
Camp dates: JUNE 15 – AUGUST 21
REGISTER - HERE.
Summer Camp Brochure
Full Day "Carry Over" options
BODY-IMAGE, SELF-ESTEEM, SELF COMPASSION
w/Rebecca Glavin, MBA, MSW, LCSWA
Body-image, self-esteem and feelings of self-worth are entwined in ways that can be hard to shake apart. Learn how self-compassion eases the negative images and feelings that can result, and ways for parents and adolescents to engage in healthy dialogue about it.
Saturday, MAY 30, 1:30-2:30p
$10 (Free for Cornwell members)
Farmer's Market-with-a-mission. Tuesdays, 8:45-10:45am
PRORATED ART CLASSES - Classes in mid-session can usually be joined at any time and are prorated accordingly.
See our ART STUDIO page for details.
ART INDEPENDENT STUDY - both potters and painters can look forward to flexible learning and scheduling in our Art program. A monthly fee of $125 gets you four hours of critique and full studio use for 30 days.
Among the array of scheduled classes taught by our Art Studio Coordinator, Greg Scott, he also offers this for the technically confident clay artist:
For hand building and wheel throwing artists wanting to further explore formal aspects of Form while learning to alter and combine forms. Discussion of aesthetics and advanced glaze application will be finer points of this class.
Upon request - contact our front desk with your interest
Room: Art Studio
New class offerings are developed regularly. For more information on classes in Pottery, Painting and other art media go to the ART STUDIO page.
SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS - FREE and open to all
PHOTO Connections - led by John Bambach
All about composition, lighting, subject, and improving your photos.
meets the Third WEDNESDAYS of each month, 7 – 9pm.
MEDIA Connections - led by John Bambach
All things Audio and Video.
meets the Second WEDNESDAYS of most months, 7 – 8:30pm.
FAMILY Connections - Genealogy, led by Ted Lucas
normally meets the Second TUESDAYS of each month, 6:30 – 8pm.
For more info on any of the above, click the link for each, or contact John Bambach at jbambach@mpbconline, or call 704-927-0774, ext.602.