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Drama & Recreation Classes for Seniors in Kansas City

Heritage Center activities for senior adults (Ages 65+)

All Heritage Center programs and activities are happening virtually until further notice

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Bridge Lessons & Play

Free for Heritage Center Members | $2 for Guests

Want to get back into the game but need to refresh your skills? Each week instructor Bob Kleban teaches a Bridge lesson to help keep your skills sharp. The lesson is followed by open play with other students. New players contact the Heritage Center Reception Desk at (913) 327-8044 or email.

Mondays  |  1:00 - 4:00 pm  |  Heritage Center





Free for Heritage Center Members

Whether a current player or new to chess, this club is great to keep your skills fresh. Just as CHESS is a challenging game, its origin is a difficult puzzle. It has been written that the game of CHESS began in India around 600 C.E., then in Persia around 700 C.E. Whatever its origin, it has always been known as a game of Kings and of battles won and lost. New players of all ages and abilities are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Tuesdays  |  1:00 - 4:00 pm  |  MAC Room




Free for Heritage Center Members  |  $3 for Guests

With over twenty years experience as a drama instructor and director, Marilyn Harrision leads this interactive and enjoyable class.
Walk-ins welcome.

Mondays  |  11:00 am - 12:00 pm  |  Conf Room A




Pins & Friends

$5 for all

The Heritage Center has partnered with AMF College Lanes to offer you an opportunity to do some bowling with your friends at an extremely reduced price. For just $5, you will get a lane, shoes, and 1.5 hours of bowling! AMF College Lanes is located at 10201 College Blvd. in Overland Park. Preregister by calling (913) 327-8044.

Mondays  |  1:00 - 2:30 pm |  AMF College Lanes



Mahjong Lessons

$15 for all

Interested in Mahjong lessons? Mahjong is a game of skill, strategy and calculation with a degree of chance as well. It is of Chinese origin, played by four persons with tiles resembling dominoes bearing various designs, which are drawn and discarded until one player wins with a hand designated on the card/ rules. Leave your name with the Heritage Center receptionist (913) 327-8044. When there are 4 or more interested participants, we’ll start a new class.

Dates vary, check the Prime Times



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