The Charbonneau Villager Newspaper 2018 April Villager - Page 7

The Charbonneau Villager Page 7 April 2018 Community Center Fitness and Fun City of Wilsonville Community Center brian Stevenson Community Garden sign ups begin on April 5. to check out our youth summer camp offerings! All programs can be viewed and registered for online at www.WilsonvillePark- sandRec.com. Save 10 Percent on Spring and Summer Registration Registration opens on April 16 for spring and summer Parks and Recreation classes. Participants who enroll by May 1 will receive 10 percent off program tuition costs. There are a variety of pro- gram offerings ranging from fit- ness to arts and from daytime to evening classes. Do you have grandkids com- ing to visit this summer? Be sure Experience Integrity Solutions Business Law Elder Financial Abuse Consumer Protection Personal Injury 8755 SW Citizens Dr., Suite 202 Wilsonville 503-570-8755 www.wilsonvillelawyer.com Alzheimer’s Education - Legal and Financial The diagnosis of Alzheimer's makes planning for the future more important than ever. In this class, you will learn about im- portant legal and financial issues, how to put plans into place and how to access legal and financial resources. The Alzheimer’s Association is pleased to present an ongoing series of free, educational classes at the Wilsonville Parks and Rec- reation Administrative Offices, 29600 Park Place Court. Sessions run from 10 to 11:30 am. Space is limited. Please call the Al- zheimer’s Association at 1-800- 272-3900 to register or for more information. Community Garden Sign Up The Wilsonville Community Garden opens for registration on Thursday, April 5. Gardeners are asked to come to the Parks and Recreation Administration Office to register and pick their garden plot. Registration opens at 8 am. In-ground plots are $22 for the season. Raised beds are $25 for the season. Please visit the Parks and Recreation website or contact Erica Behler at 503-570-1525 for more information. SMART Transit 101 Join RideWise, your local trav- el training program, for a two- class session to learn more about using public transit in Wilsonville and beyond. On April 13 from 10:15 to 11:45 am, the class will cover information on fares, trip planning, accessibility and more. During the second class on April 20 from 10 to 11:45 am, knowl- edge will be put to the test as par- ticipants head out to ride SMART to SMART Central/WES Station. Class will meet at the Commu- nity Center, 7965 SW Wilsonville Road. There is no charge. AARP Smart Driver Thi s six-hour course is split into two sessions and will provide you with a comprehensive review of safe driving techniques. In- surance companies often provide discounts to those who complete this course. Class takes place on Fridays, April 6 and 13 from 9 am to noon at the Community Center. There is a $5 registration fee plus a class fee of $15 for American Association of Retired Persons members or $20 for non-mem- bers. The registration fee is due on the first day of class. Park Rental Season Now Open Wilsonville Parks and Rec- reation offers a number of park rental options including the River Shelter, the Forest Shelter, Grove Shelter, Splash Shelter and sports fields in Memorial Park. Rental season runs from April 7 to Octo- ber 14. For more information on availability and fees, please visit the Parks and Recreation website or contact Ahsamon Ante-Ma- randi at 503-570-1530. The Stein-Boozier Barn is available for rental through the City. r u o H y p p a H s e l g Sin After very successful Charbon- neau Singles events in February and March, the group has planned another Happy Hour for April. The group's next get together will be on Thursday, April 12 at 4 pm at Five Spice Seafood + Wine www.charbonneaucountryclub.com Bar, 315 1st St #201 in Lake Os- wego. Singles are invited to join the group to celebrate friends, have a good time and get to know other single Charbonneau neighbors.