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     Fair Park Senior Center
Crossville Tennessee

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Fair Park Senior Center is the first Chartered Senior Center in the state of Tennessee. We are a 501c non profit. Providing educational, exercise,  social  programs and games for seniors 60+ to enjoy. Open 8-4 Monday - Friday. Located at 1433 Livingston Road , across from the Community Complex, Fair Grounds. Any senior can join, the cost for membership is FREE! But we do ask you to properly fill out a membership form at your first visit. Come and enjoy all that Fair Park has to offer you!  Make new friends at Fair Park this week!


Peggy Houston has been the Executive Director since 1973, and has worked hard to make the center the wonderful place it is today. A special place for today's seniors to enjoy meeting with their old friends while making new ones. It has always been a place to provide educational ,as well has physical activities to help seniors stay informed, healthy and happy!  

Attention Rental Space
 is now available at
 the Fair Park Senior Center.

A great full time, small business location. Small room, appox 7X9 space, is located at the center's front entrance with a front window and secure locked doors.  Most recently has been used as a beauty/barber shop, with an installed sink. Alot of seniors enjoy getting their hair done while at the center. Would also make a nice Gift Shop. For more info. contact 484-7416.

This Years Lucas Christmas Show was a Big Hit!

Thank to Everyone
especially Ruth and Wayne Lucas!


Check out all the new classes coming to
Fair Park Senior Center
in 2015!

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Big Band Sound  Dance
Ever 2nd Saturday


The First Friday of the month is our Birthday, Anniversary, and Newcomer Party!

 Come and enjoy the party with free cake from our sponsors,
"The Eye Centers of Tennessee."

Weekly Schedule of Events

All day Billards
9-10 Wii Games
10am - Table Tennis
10am - Veggie Bingo
11:30am - Lunch
12noon  - Pinochle12:00
12N Hand & Foot
12 N Mah Jong- Betsy Erickson
5:00Vietnam Veterans Chapter 1015 every 4th Monday

All day Billards

9:30am - Advance Tai Chi
10:30 Line Dancing-Ann Weaver
11:30am - Lunch
1:00p Silver Sneakers
1:00 Crochet Janet Olinger
2:15 Beginner Tai Chi
6:00p 1st Tuesday Tractor Club
6:00  2nd Tuesday is the Plateau Ammeter Ham Radio Club


All day Billiard

9:00 Wii Games
10am - Surprise Bingo
10:00 Parkinson  Class David Manestar& Cody Lawson
11:00 Stamp Club 1st &3rd Wed.
11:30am - Lunch
1pm - Cribbage
1:00 Guitar Forum Steve Griffin
1;00 Readers Drama Theater Terry Burgess
1:00 Senior Police Academy
3:00 Guitar Lessons Tom Fincher
6:00 Dog Obedient Classes

All day billiards

10am - SilverSneakers®
10am - Table Tennis
11:30 - Lunch
12:30 - Bridge Bunch
1pm - Euchre
1: Hand & Foot
6:30pm - Line Dancing with Ann & Don Weaver


All day Billiards
9-10 Wii Games

9:45am - Special Guest & entertainmnet
10:30am SPONSORED Bingo
11:30am - Lunch
12:00pm - Bridge
1:00 Self Defense Class Larry Potter
2:00 Ballroom Dance Lessons Cheron Steison and David Shaffield


Everyone who cares for someone with Alzheimer’s 24/7, will tell you, they need a break in their week. The truth is it is also good for the Alzheimer’s person as well. Most people with Alzheimer’s do not like changes because it can confuse them. The Caregivers knows this, and attempts to be independent to carry the load.   But everyone gets a better attitude with a little break.

The Fair Park Senior Center knows about the concerns and issues concerning seniors. The New Horizon Adult Day Care has been a part of the center since 1996, providing a needed service to the seniors in Cumberland County.  The Director, Carolyn Barnes, makes sure they are lovingly cared for with her staff in a home environment. The family member will feel comfortable receiving companionship, and social conversation with kindness. They can enjoy the time playing games, working puzzles, watching TV or taking a short walk or nap. Their snacks and lunch are provided.  This service is now available 9:00-3:00 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The program has recently become more affordable, at little or no cost to those who qualify. You can learn more about this program for someone you love, by calling Carolyn Barnes at 484-7416.


New Horizon Adult Day Care

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