St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation provides accessible programming and reasonable accommodations for people of all abilities. Participation in classes at your neighborhood recreation center is encouraged. Assistance is available for individuals interested in participating in classes offered at any St. Petersburg recreation center.
Arts & Crafts
Provides the opportunity for fine motor skill development and offers the participant the opportunity for social interaction with peers while working on a simple, weekly craft project.
Offers the participant the opportunity to learn about all aspects of putting on a theatrical production: acting, singing, auditioning, rehearsals, costumes, make-up, sets, and publicity! Class culminates in a fantastic theatrical production presented to family and friends. No experience necessary. Let the STAR in you shine!
Focuses on the participant acquiring the basic knowledge required for the development of independent cooking skills. The class theme varies and may include the preparation of appetizers, main and side dishes, desserts, holiday treats and using the B-B-Q grill. Discussion of nutritional information is included.
Participants will learn to express, explore and further develop their creativity through a variety of dynamic dances and movement activities.
Provides the opportunity for self-expression and peer group interaction. Let your inner entertainer loose.
Team sports develop gross motor skills, coordination and enhances physical fitness through participation in team sports such as basketball, kickball and floor hockey. Social skills development is encouraged by staff through the participant's appropriate interaction with their peers.
Twilight Exercise Club
Join us weekly for this class. Focus is on increasing flexibility, strength and endurance.
Shuffleboard is a low impact activity that enhances large motor skills and blends in cognitive skills growth through strategy development and appropriate competition. Offered in the fun, social setting of the St. Pete Shuffleboard Club.
Bowling League provides an opportunity for motor skill development and enhancement of social skills in a fun community setting. An end of the season awards party is included.
Try continuing education classes
At local Community college, summer workshops at local art schools.
Since you're in the medical profession, cost shouldn't be a factor. Take a sampling of beginning classes: life drawing, acrylic, watercolor and oil painting, maybe a ceramics class to hone your 3D skills. Also try "Mixed Media" which can open up new avenues with respect to the process.
Most painting is about process anyway....might as well explore it.
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