Thank you for visiting
the homepage of the Woodbine Recreation Council - serving the communities
of Woodbine and Mount Airy in southern Carroll County, Maryland.
Woodbine Recreation Council meets quarterly @ the Mt. Olive Educational
Building, Gillis Falls Road, Woodbine. Questions, contact Shawn Franklin
SUMMER 2013 PROGRAMS
Updated June 2013
Awareness Through Movement
Part of the
Feldenkrais Method®, an educational system designed to
improve human functioning. Mondays at the
Mt. Airy Senior and Community Center.
Dance Classes Classes on Mondays at the Mt.
Airy Senior and Community Center. Step-2-Music, East Coast Swing, Western,
Salsa and Merengue, Ballroom.
Knitting A class for beginners as well as
past knitters wishing to brush up on old skills, we will cover everything
you need to complete a project of your choice. Classes for all ages are
held Mondays at the Mt. Airy Senior and Community Center.
Sticks in Motion Improve balance,
coordination, speed, power, agility and timing in a fun, intuitive format.
The rhythmic two-person person energy drills of the Filipino stick
fighting art "Modern Arnis" is the vehicle for learning and no
martial arts experience is required. Wednesdays at the Mt. Airy Senior and
T’ai Chi Develop balance, coordination, and flexibility through
harmonious movement and gentle exercise. Open to men and
women of all ages and fitness levels.
Thursdays at the Mt. Airy Senior and Community Center.
Yoga classes for ages
8-years to Adult. Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Mt. Airy Senior and
Woodbine Recreation Council's 2012
Volunteers of the Year
Rachel Troppman (l) and
Lindsey Stanton (r) were recognized as the Woodbine Recreation Council's
2012 Volunteers of the Year at the Carroll County Recreation and Parks
ceremony on November 8th. The duo was instrumental in fundraising and
gaining the needed support to have a new playground installed at
Salt Box Ball Park.
The Americans with Disabilities Act applies to
the Carroll County Government and its programs, services, activities, and
facilities. Anyone requiring an auxiliary aid or service for effective
communication or who has a complaint should contact Gina Valentine, The
Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator,
1.888.302.8978, MD Relay
7-1-1/1.800.735.2258 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours
before the scheduled event.