Life is a continuing journey, with never-ending opportunities to learn, give, and grow.

If you are an adult, 55 years of age or older, who agrees with this statement, then come to The BRIDGE at the Mason Community Center. With its myriad classes, activities, and opportunities, it’s just the place for you to enjoy and meet other like-minded souls.

The BRIDGE was designed to meet the cultural, recreational, educational, physical, and social needs of adults age 55 and over. Although age is a common denominator, we recognize the diversity of needs among our members and strive to offer programs in a variety of fields for active, moderately active, and disabled adults.

Watch for the most recent schedule of activities in The Map, the bi-monthly newsletter for The BRIDGE. This month’s activities are also listed on the monthly calendar.

Type of Pass Mason City or School District Resident Non-Resident

Bridge Only (55+) $25/yr $40/yr

Connecting You With Health & Wellness

THE BRIDGE is your link to a variety of wellness screenings, programs, and medical services.

Convenient weekly blood pressure screens

Innovative programs and support groups for Parkinson’s, diabetes, and more

Motivating guest speakers to encourage healthy lifestyles

Demonstrations on relevant topics in the health industry

Connecting You to Fitness

Today’s older adults are more aware of the need for exercise, and the hallmark of the BRIDGE program is its superior fitness classes designed for the older adult. Fitness goals are often easier to attain and maintain with the support of similarly-motivated peers. Work out as a group to keep motivated and to continue with fitness as a priority in your life.

Tai Chi (with mats or in chairs)

Yoga (with mats or in chairs)

Forever Fit (aerobic class for older adults)

Exercise classes for special needs

Volleyball and other sporting leagues

Connecting You to Recreation

Whether your hobby is crafting or sports, history or modern dance, The BRIDGE is here to support your growing interests. Take a class in something you love, or experiment with something new!

Computer training

Knitting, sewing, pottery, ceramics, papermaking, scrapbooking–the possibilities are endless!

Poetry, book clubs, literature, meet-and-greet with the author

Games, billiards, card play

Dance lessons

Connecting You to New Friendships

New friends await! THE BRIDGE is your connection to new friendships, fellowship, and fun!

Card play

Drop-in lounge and activity rooms

Special events

Connecting You to Travel

Traveling with the BRIDGE means never looking for a companion to go out on the town. The bonus? Your participation translates into more money in your pocket. The BRIDGE can lock into group rate discounts, savings on dining out, and block seating. Let the good times roll!

Bus excursions

Day trips

Sporting events

Connecting You to The Community

You can take pride in belonging to the Mason community, where there are so many who give their abundant time, energy, and talent to help others.

The BRIDGE provides a constant, up-to-date resource center for volunteering opportunities.

Make a difference in a child’s life

Make yourself available to provide a meal to an ill resident

Mentor a special needs student

You can make the difference!

Membership Has its Privileges!

Sign up today and start receiving the benefits you deserve.

Bi-monthly newsletter conveniently mailed to your home

Referral services to connect you to outside transportation, meals, and personal care

Group rate discounts on scheduled activities

Three activity rooms, located within the Mason Community Center, exclusively for BRIDGE members

Name badge

Eligibility to participate in free BRIDGE programs

Opportunity to serve on task committees if desired

Limited access to the indoor track, gymnasium, and aquatic center, all located within the Mason Community Center

Connecting Adults Over 55 with Life Experiences

THE BRIDGE is a proud affiliate of City of the Mason Parks & Recreation Department, Mason Community Center, and Ohio Parks & Recreation Association.

The BRIDGE  Mason Community Center, 6050 Mason-Montgomery Road. Mason OH 45040

513-229-8555

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