Swim lesson sessions are designed to meet the needs of each individual by offering eight, 15-minute classes with 1-on-1 instruction. Sessions are for ages 3 & up. Registration for Session 3 opens June 16 at 9 a.m. Financial assistance is available. For a full list of registration and session dates, visit www.ASRecreation.org.
Hawaiian Pool Party on June 6
Our June Nightbird Dance will be held at Westmonte Park for a Hawaiian Pool Party. Join us (rain or shine) from 7-9 p.m. for swimming, dancing, light refreshments and lots of fun! Bring swim suits and towels if you wish to swim.
Orlando Circle of Friends Spring Concert
To benefit the Advisory Board for the Disabled, Inc.
Join OCF for their "Awesome 80's" concert as they journey back to a time when hair was big, shoulders were padded, and legs were warm. The concert will be held at the Orlando Museum of Art's SunTrust Auditorium on Friday, June 13 at
8 p.m. and Saturday, June 14 at 2 p.m. Proceeds from the show will benefit the many programs the Advisory Board sponsors, like STOP Trips, Nightbird Dances and more! Purchase tickets and find out more at http://ocofchorus.com/
32nd Annual Softball Game
Altamonte Specials All-Stars vs Local 6 News
On Saturday, May 10 we celebrated 32 years of friendship, fun and softball with an exciting game featuring the STOP participants verses the WKMG Local 6 News Team! This year marked the 32rd time that the "All-Stars" won over the Local 6 crew. We would like to thank our longtime friends at Local 6 News and Publix Altamonte for their support. Take a look at some of the fun online.
The Clubhouse is a time when friends come together to experience adventures and create memories through participation in crafts, games, guest speakers, field trips,
and more! The first day of the fun is scheduled for
Wednesday, June 4. Registered participants can find the Clubhouse manual, schedule and more on the
Advisory Board for the Disabled website.
Special thank you to Orlando Circle of Friends for conducting a craft drive to help provide supplies for the Clubhouse and the Winter Park Health Foundation for their financial support.