How Do I?
Click to Home
Go To Search
Photo Gallery
Citizen Service Center
Graphic Links

Spring Programs
Spring Adult Programs Quick Glance Table, Details Below:






Registration Deadline
(Late Fee):
Concealed Carry Training FULL Ages 21+  Sheriff's Office Practice Range March 17, 2018 Saturday 9am-1pm  $30 March Class: 3/2/18
Pathway to Ebay: Basics of Ebay Selling Ages 18+ Sedwick Building (OCPR Office) March 28, 2018 Wednesday 5:30pm-8pm $5 3/16/18
Tai Chi Fundamentals Spring  Ages 18+ Dogwood Village Senior Living Bldg April 10-May 29, 2018 Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm  $95  
Pickleball Introduction & Clinic  Ages 18+ TEAC (Old Prospect) Gym April 25 or May 9, 2015 Wednesday 6-8:30pm $5   
Michael's Mile: Now in Color Please visit our events page for information.

Pathway to Ebay
Ever wanted to get rid of junk and make money by listing items on ebay?  Have you been too intimidated to try?  Sign up for OCPR’s one-day workshop and we’ll help you get an item listed and avoid some of the common pitfalls of new sellers.  You should bring one small item (a recommended item guide is provided upon registration) to sell, as well as a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or other device to access ebay.  While we can’t guarantee a sale, we can help you on your way.  The registration for this workshop is $5, and space is very limited.  Pre-registration is required.

Tai Chi Fundamentals Spring
OCPR’s next Tai Chi Fundamentals Session begins April 10, 2018 and will continue for 8 weeks of classes. Have fun learning graceful, slow moving form of exercise that has ancient roots tracing back into the depths of Chinese culture and philosophy of centuries past. Classes are held at Dogwood Village in the Senior Living Building Wellness Room on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Signups for our ongoing Tai Chi programs are accepted at any time during a program. The registration fee for this program is $95. Open to adults. You can sign up anytime, but you must register before attending.

Pickleball Introduction & Clinic
Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  In recent years it is has gained quick popularity among seniors, but is a great game for anyone!  These clinics will be instructed by USAPA Ambassador W. Scott Walker, and is intended to introduce the game and build interest for more pickleball programming we may offer in the future! We are offering two class dates in the spring: April 25 & May 9.  The clinics will be held at the TEAC (Old Prospect) Gym from 6-8:30pm.  There is a $5 registration fee.