The Branson Community Center offers a variety of ongoing, weekly, and monthly activities. Click on the Activities Calendar to see the current month’s schedule. See below for a brief description of some of our more popular activities.
Entertainment, Speakers, and Games
Stay after lunch to participate in a variety of events to help improve your life, health, and happiness. The Senior Center plans special guest speakers once a month on the topics of Health and Nutrition. They also periodically bring in local entertainers to perform during lunch for your entertainment.
A variety of fitness classes are available, including Chair Exercises, Yoga, and Zumba. The Zumba Gold Class is great for older adults who are looking for all the moves you love at a lower intensity. Chair Exercises are held on Mondays at 12:45 pm. Click here for the schedule & fees.
Join our NEW Walking Club! Click here for the dates and times.
Thursdays: Mexican Train Dominoes 12:30 pm
Thursdays: Bridge 10:00 am
Arts, Crafts, and Fun Activities
The Branson Community Center offers a wide variety of classes, groups, and activities for all ages, including China and Oil painting for fine artists and Quilting for those who like to get "hands-on" with their projects. Check out the activities calendar for exact dates and times.
The Crochet Club meets Mondays at 10:30 am. The Crochet Club makes a variety of items to donate to local charities and organizations. Join us today!
The Tri-Lakes Quilters offer hand quilting for the public. Drop by the Community Center to bring in your quilt tops for an estimate (a nominal fee is charged). The quilting group will hand-stitch them into a family treasure. Quilters "Have Needle Will Stitch" group meets on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Branson Dance Club
Drop into our monthly Dance held on Saturday once a month from 7:00-9:30 pm at the Branson Community Center. Click here for dates and more information.
Join us for Bingo every Wednesday at 12:45 pm, right after lunch. Free! Call Traci at (417)337-8510 to find out how to become a Bingo sponsor.
Southwest Missouri Office of Aging offers a $5 foot clinic. Dates vary and you will need to call 417-335-4801 to make an appointment.
Beginner Mountain Dulcimer Lessons
The Appalachian dulcimer or mountain dulcimer is a fretted string instrument of the zither family, typically with three or four strings. Its origins are in the Appalachian region of the United States. The body extends the length of the fingerboard, and its fretting is generally diatonic. If you would like to learn how to play this instrument or have questions, please call Tom or Bev Arnold at 417-239-0223 for more details. Lessons are on the 2nd Monday evening of each month from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm. Click here for the flyer.