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Senior Programs
The Battle Ground Parks & Recreation Department partners with local organizations to bring a variety of fitness programs and social activities for people age 50 and better.

Quarterly Senior Newsletter 
The Senior Scene is a quarterly newsletter that highlights activities and events in the Battle Ground area. It features new and ongoing programs such as the Mad Hatters Club, Senior Exercise Programs, and Pinochle and Bunko to name a few!

Fitness and Wellness Programs 
Get fit for life!  The Battle Ground Community Center has several popular fitness and wellness classes available for adults and senior.  Find one that fits your lifestyle and fitness goals.  Choose from Pilates, Yoga and/or a senior group exercise program. View the current Fitness & Wellness program flyer for more information.  For a complete listing of all programs and activities offered through the BG School District Community Education office, view their Quarterly Brochure for details.

Mad Hatters Club
The Mad Hatters is a group of women who meet once a month for lunch, lively conversation and laughter! Wear whatever hat you want to or don’t wear a hat at all….it doesn't matter…..that’s why it’s called the Mad Hatters! Check out the current calendar of events in the The Senior Scene newsletter.

Meals on Wheels Senior Lunch Program
The Meals on Wheels program provides a weekday senior lunch program at the Battle Ground Community Center. Visit the Meals on Wheels section for more details.

Games, Activities & Events
The Battle Ground Senior Center is the host site of several senior activities such as Bunko, Scrap Booking, Pinochle, and a monthly lunch get-together. You can find program details in The Senior Scene quarterly newsletter.

50+ Travel 
Meet new friends and see things you've never seen in the 50+ Travel Program! If you're age 50 or better, you could be going on affordable day trips, exploring attractions, events, festivals, and culture in the Pacific Northwest. Trips are planned and escorted by trained volunteers through the City of Vancouver Parks and Recreation Department at Marshall Center.