The 50 Plus program hosts a variety of special events throughout the year at all of our programming sites. Below are all of our fall opportunities. Click on the highlighted barcode number to register. Check back often for the latest listing of programs and events. Hope to see you soon!
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Games: Valentine’s Day Lunch & Bingo
Treat yourself to a special Valentine’s Day with a catered lunch and 12 games of bingo with a variety of prizes awarded to winners. Singles and couples welcome! Pre-registration required. Doors open at 11 am.
1 - 2 ½ hr. event - $18 / $20 nonresidents in advance; $20 / $22 nonresidents for registrations starting one week before event. Cost of admission covers food and staff time to administer the bingo program. No additional charge for bingo.
24517 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 2/14 Tue 11:30 am
Games: Mardi Gras Mah Jongg Party
“Laissez les bon temps roulez!” Let the good times roll at this Mardi Gras marathon of Mah Jongg! Bring your friends, favorite foursome, or meet new players and enter to win prizes. Players rotate tables and track wins; no bracket play. We’ll keep you energized this Fat Tuesday with coffee, snacks, lunch, and dessert. Please register before 2/16.
1 - 6 hr. event - $16 / $17 nonresidents; cost of admission covers food and staff time to administer the Mardi Gras Mah Jongg Party. No additional charge for mah jongg.
24516 Mill Creek Activity Center 2/21 Tue 9:30 am
Special Event: Lunch and Learn - Meet the Mahaffies - NEW!
James Beatty Mahaffie was the most successful farmer in Johnson County during his time and even today, the site is still a working farm. Join staff from the Mahaffie Stagecoach Museum as they come dressed in period clothes to share stories and history of stagecoach-era life, life on the farm, and the Mahaffie family.
1 - 1.5 hr. event - $29 / $31 nonresidents
24769 Tomahawk Ridge Community Center 2/23 Thu 12 pm
Special Event: Lunch and Learn- LGBTQ 101 with Misty Town - NEW!
Have you heard acronyms like “LGBT” or LGBTQ” and ask yourself what does any of that mean? Do you feel you lack the skills needed to address concerns and questions? Gain a better understanding of current terminology such as, queer, pansexual, intersexed, gender fluid and transgender. In addition, you will be learning about issues facing the LGBTQ community while having the opportunity to ask questions in a safe and non-judgmental space. Lunch will be served.
1 - 1.5 hr. event- $29 / $31 nonresidents
24811 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/9 Thu 11:30 pm
Games: Gamin’ with the Grandkids (Ages 5 & Older with Adult or Ages 5 & Older and 50 Plus)
Back by popular demand, who’s ready for some more fun and games? Enjoy an afternoon of music, eight games of bingo, photo booth, and more. Light refreshments served.
1 - 1.5 hr. event - $7 / $8 nonresidents; per person ages 5 and older; cost of admission covers food and staff time to administer the bingo program. No additional charge for bingo.
24549 Matt Ross Community Center 3/15 Wed 1:30 pm
Special Event: Spring Tea Party
Enjoy an afternoon of well-mannered frivolity. Try traditional Afternoon Tea snacks and sample a variety of teas. Teacups provided.
1 - 1.5 hr. event - $15 / $16 nonresidents
24804 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/22 Wed 1:30 pm
Holiday Event: Easter Egg Hunt
Who says kids get to have all the fun? This egg hunt is for 50 Plus ONLY! Search high and low for these hidden eggs outside. A special furry friend might even hop by for a photo op! Coffee and refreshments indoors to follow.
1 - 1 hr. event - $11 / $12 nonresidents
24518 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/30 Thu 1 pm
Special Event: Brainy Breakfast - Life on the Orphan Train - NEW!
Between 1854 and 1926, nearly 250,000 orphaned or abandoned children were relocated from New York City to the Midwest and West. This migration is known as the orphan train. The goal of this relocation effort was to find homes where children could learn practical skills, gain an education, and live in a family setting. Kaily Carson, curator of the National Orphan Train Complex, will join us remotely as we learn about how this fascinating movement began, how it worked, and what happened to the children involved. This Brunch and Learn will take place in person. Enjoy a catered breakfast before the presentation.
1 - 1.5 hr. event - $22 / $24 nonresidents
24775 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 4/14 Fri 9 am
24796 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 4/15 Sat 1 pm