Northview Center is closed. All senior and Accessible Recreation programs and classes associated with Northview Center are canceled, including SeniorAge meal service and programs, Funseekers’ Trips, TEAM, Accessible Recreation bowling and rentals. Senior meal pickup options may be available, contact SeniorAge for details. Miracle League spring league opening will be postponed to a later date. Doling History Museum is also closed. Read more on Coronavirus related closures here.
Northview Center offers a variety of programs for seniors and Accessible Recreation Programs. Senior programs for ages 55 and older include health, nutrition, fitness, dance and dance lessons, arts and crafts, billiards, computers, choir, bingo, library and book exchange, concerts, holiday events and field trips. No membership fee, although some programs have nominal fees.
Northview also is home to the Park Board's Accessible Recreation program, offering bowling, ceramics, arts and crafts, AquaGroove, field trips and other social events for adults age 18+ with disabilities.
Northview is the home office for the Miracle League Ball Field, with spring and fall leagues for players 5 years and older with disabilities.
Northview hosts numerous community events and may be rented for meetings or special events.
Newsletter is also available at the Northview Center or by calling 417-837-5808.
People perform Qigong to maintain health, heal their bodies and encourage a positive healthy oulook on life. Program will be held on the outdoor covered patio at Jordan Valley Maintenance Center with ceiling fans. Masks strongly encouraged and social distancing required before, during and after class. Call 837-5808 to register. Registration required by Mon., Aug. 17. Limited spots available.
Wed., Aug. 19-Sept. 16
$35/Participants 55 and over
$45/Participants under 55