SEPTA PROGRAMS

Please note: You must be a paid member of SEPTA in order to take advantage of our programs. Please see our membership page if you are interested in becoming a SEPTA member. Thank you.


WINTER PROGRAMS


Teen Night at the Fairfield Y

DATE: Held on the last Friday of every month (check the calendar for exact dates)
TIME: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
PLACE: Fairfield YMCA, 841 Old Post Road

Calling all SEPTA Middle and High School Teens! Let’s get together for socializing and fun! Dancing, swimming, Wii — activities vary month to month — but are always a blast!

This year SEPTA will be charging a small fee for each SEPTA family with a child attending Teen Night at the Y. We are asking each family to pay just $25 for the year, to cover the 8 planned monthly teen nights.

Please R.S.V.P. to Dianne Baxter at dbax34@optonline.net or Meg Barlow at JMTTBL@optonline.net.

Thanks, and feel free to pass the word! Hope to see you there!

Challenger Basketball

DATE: January 7th – February 11th
TIME: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
PLACE: Stratfield School Gym

Fairfield Parks and Recreation Challenger Basketball is back with returning coach Jon Stapleton!

Please register at Parks and Rec, 75 Mill Plain Road or online at www.fairfieldct.org (code 6206). The program fee is $45, plus an additional $20 if you would like to purchase the uniform jersey.

Open to all ages!

If you have any questions, please contact Dianne Baxter at dbax34@optonline.net or Anthony Calabrese at 203-256-3191 or acalabrese@town.fairfield.ct.us. For weather cancellations, call 203-256-3144. Press 5 and follow the prompts.

Thanks, and feel free to pass the word! Hope to see you there!

SEPTA Yoga and Mindfulness

DATE: Tuesday evenings
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Jennings School Library (21 Palm Drive)
COST: Participation is free for SEPTA members!

Join certified yoga instructor, Jackie Bakhash for an hour of self-indulgence and yoga in a casual, welcoming, non-competitive setting … no experience necessary.
The focus of the class is to take time to nurture yourself so that you can return home more grounded and relaxed and thus be better for those around you. Jackie provides an opportunity for everyone to practice yoga in a safe and sacred space. All classes are gentle and incorporate mindful breathing, pratapana (warm ups), asanas (postures) meditation, and relaxation (savasana). This practice can be modified for anyone who wishes a more vigorous flow.

Please RSVP each week to christyvitale@optonline.net (subject SEPTA yoga, please) so we can plan the space accordingly!

 

 

 

 

 

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SEPTA’s Accomplishments in Social and Recreational Activities
Astronomy Event at Discovery Museum Bounce U program Bruce Museum visit with Jennifer Droblyn (2/2005)
Cabaret Theatre events Cycling (Fall 2010) DJ Dance Party
Drama & Social Skills with Sarah Moon Expressive Arts for Healing Fairfield Audobon events
Fairfield Historical Society (crafts, how to visit a museum, Fairfield trivia) Fairfield University Basketball night Fairfield YMCA (teen night, swimming, creative movement, weight training, music therapy, sports training)
First Tee Golf Game Club at Fairfield Woods Library Hands on Pottery
Introduction to Kickball Introduction to Sports (Fall 2010) Little Gym (gymnastics & karate)
Maritime Aquarium Music (pre-school & elementary)  PAL Ray Greenberg Basketball League with Drew Bickel
Parks & Rec Challenger Sports (soccer & basketball) Playground Play Group  “Rock Star” Art Day (3/2009)
SEPTA Goes Fishing SEPTA Summer Camp (2006)  Swimming with Fairfield University
Tae-kwon-do Workshops Teen Social Nights “Time to Dance” (Spring 2011)
Touch a Truck events with Fairfield Fire Department Tours of the Fairfield Police Department Vacation Fun for Children with Multiple Disabilties (12/2004)
YMCA Family Fun Nights  Yoga