The Center is interested in bringing new art, educational, and cultural classes to our community. If you are looking to enrich your mind or lives, learn about a new subject or art form, or just want to be creative, join in one of our many offered classes. For more information please contact The Center (941) 778-1908 or [email protected]. Interested in teaching a class? Request for Proposals
Starting May 16th,
1st and 3rd Monday of each month,
*dates are subject to change around holidays etc.
Through people with shared experiences, the Family and Friends Recovery Network meetings at The Center provide resources and a supportive community for loved ones of individuals who have a substance use disorder, using the SMART Recovery model. While emphasizing interpersonal support, friends and family will also learn skill-building like setting boundaries, coping and techniques for communicating with our loved ones.
Free, No registration required. All are welcome.
BINGO IS OVER FOR THIS 2021-2022 SEASON.
Friday (2nd Friday of the month)
Come join the FUN! Bingo is a game of chance, and a great way to come out, socialize with friends (or make new ones), support your Community’s gathering place!
Tell your friends, neighbors and be sure not to miss out on the action. Cards are only 10 for $10. Win gift cards to local restaurants!
Learn to play the Ukulele
3rd Wednesday of each month
Next class: May 18th
|Learn to play the ukulele – an easy to learn and versatile instrument popularized in Hawaii. Instructor Daniel Shafer, teaches Music of the World for the Florida Virtual School and was previously the Director of Orchestras for Lakewood Ranch High School. Have fun in this beginner class for adults and youth and receive a beginner ukulele provided as part of the class fee. Classes are stand alone. Cost is $50 for members and $60 for non-members (discounted price if already have a ukulele). Must register by Feb. 14th for the Feb 16th class and by March 28th for the March 30th class.|
Cost is $50 for members and $60 for non-members (discounted price if already have a ukulele)
Each month many of our Page Turners @ CAMI book members meet to talk books. Our unique m.o. is to share our thoughts about any of the books that we individually have read or listened to. We could be hearing reviews of 20 different books! In the process, some of us are inspired to read/listen to a certain reviewed book and come back next month with our own thoughts to share. It can be wild.
Page Turners meet on the first Monday of each month at 4pm at The Center
For more information: [email protected]
To register or for more information about any of the Lifelong Learning Classes please call (941) 309-5111. Zoom classes available.