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Hopkins Activity Center
The Hopkins Activity Center is a community facility with a gym, kitchen and meeting rooms used by residents for active or passive, large or small activities.
The Activity Center’s mission is to provide pathways to "Experience the Upside of Aging." It is a gathering place for mature adults to participate in recreational, social, educational, fitness and volunteer activities.
Activity Center Hours
Senior programming takes place at the Center Monday through Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., and rental opportunities are available Sunday through Saturday upon request.
Rental Space Available
Are you planning a graduation party? Does your youth basketball or volleyball team need a practice space? Call now for scheduling gym space, or planning ahead to reserve a room to hold your next family celebration or meeting.
Visit our Facility Rental page
Summer Programs Now Open!
Check out our senior adult programs for you to keep active, and engaged this summer. Just click on the "Online Registration" raspberry button to view the full list of activities, including a new Better Your Balance Class, Coffee with a Cop, Tai Chi, and social events. Plan your summer of fun!
View Program Catalog and Calendar
Bike Club Season
Join other active adults for the Hopkins Activity Center’s Bike Club with weekly rides through summer into fall.
Set out for trips to local dining hot spots, landmarks and scenic nature areas each week. Two types of rides are offered, simply choose your level of intensity:
- Active Rides on Monday morning riders travel about 25-35 miles. See the exciting places they traveled to in the 2022 season highlight reel of Morning Active Ride photos.
- Recreational Rides on Wednesday evening have route distances of typically 15-20 miles.
Register for Bike Club and weekly rides are free.
Free Memory Program
Alzheimer’s Effective Communication Strategies - May 22
Join us for this free session to explore how communication takes place when someone has Alzheimer’s and identify strategies to help you communicate at each stage of the disease.