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Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3
COMPLIMENTARY

Bullhead City Senior Campus March Activities

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March 2024

BULLHEAD CITY — The Bullhead City Senior Campus provides a wide variety of activities for active adults 50 years of age and older. The Senior Campus is located at 2275 Trane Road between Bullhead City Hall and Ken Forvargue Park. Visitors will meet new friends and share in an assortment of fun activities by attending the events found below. Continental breakfast is available from 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. for just $2. For those not interested in breakfast, coffee, tea, or juice may be purchased separately during the same time for only $1. A congregate lunch is available to those 60-plus years old from 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. daily with a suggested donation of $3.
In addition to the activities listed below, at 2 p.m., the campus has educational webinars and broadcasting classes to teach viewers useful everyday skills, including how to use a smartphone, financial tracking, computer skills, online ordering tips, and many ways to use modern technology.
In March, classes and activities include card games, bingo, exercise for brain power, various crafts, beading, mosaics, cooking, genealogy club, knit & crochet club, bunco, multiple relaxation and mindfulness classes and much more.
Offered classes are listed at the Campus on the Friday before each class. Those interested can also look at the online app by visiting the app store on their Android or IOS device and typing in “Bullhead City Direct.” Follow the prompts to download the app. Using the app, scroll down and tap on “SENIOR CAMPUS ACTIVITIES” to see an up-to-the-minute schedule of events. Each event can be clicked on individually for more information.
For questions about the Senior Campus or other senior resources in our area contact Kim Cool, Senior Services Program Manager at (928) 763-0193 Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

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