Christian Music Skate Night
Rolla Skate Zone
555 Blues Lake Pkwy, Rolla
1st Tuesday of every month
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Cost is $3.50, which includes quad skates. Inlines are an additional
dollar. For more information, call 573-341-5700.
Southridge Baptist Church
1815 Veith Drive, Jefferson City
Every Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Open to children & youth grades K-6. AWANA’s mission is to help
churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children
and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. For more information, call
“Stay Strong, Stay Healthy”,
10-week strength training program
Eugene Northern Community Hall
400 West 4th Street
Thursdays from 1:30 – 2:30 p.m., beginning on Thursday, September
& continuing through Thursday, December 6th
(skipping November 22nd due to Thanksgiving)
Cost: $25 per person
This program for middle-aged and older adults is built on simple strength
building exercises that will improve balance, health, and state of mind.
No, it’s not strenuous weight-lifting; you’ll start at a level
that’s right for you. No one is too inactive to participate. Building
strength promotes quality of life and independence, especially for adults
This program is hosted by The Phelps County University of Missouri
Extension Center and led by Bethany Schindler, University of Missouri
Extension Nutrition and Health Education Specialist. To register or for
additional information, call the Phelps County Extension Center at (573)
458-6260 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Red Cross CPR, First Aid, & AED training
Every 2nd Saturday of the month
American Red Cross, Fort Leonard Wood Building 496
corner of Constitution and Replacement avenues
To register for classes or for more information, visit www.redcross.org or call
Church of the Nazarene, annex building
Jefferson City, Missouri
GriefShare is a Christian based 13 week class and is for people that have
lost family or friends to death. “We begin with a video which is
different each week and pertains to different aspects of grief and then we
have a discussion. People can talk or they don't have to, depending on how
they are feeling each evening. We start with a prayer and end with a
prayer. It also provides access for attendees to make new friends with
other people that are going through the same or similar grief that they are
going through. Some of these people become friends and talk on the phone or
meet to eat or other things that help each other. This last part if not the
intention of the class, but we have found that it does happen and that is a
good thing, especially for people that do not have a good base of friends
or family.” – Melvin Theroff, facilitator
St. James’ Farmers' Market
St. James Tourist Center, St. James
April – September
Toastmasters International meeting
(Ozark Orators 1056)
First United Methodist Church, Room 305
803 N Main Street, Rolla, Missouri
Every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
Visitors are always welcome. For more information, call Jean Craft at
Mother’s Tea (parenting class for Moms)
Birthright of Rolla
620 Pine Street, Rolla
Tuesdays, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
Birthright is open from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday. Birthright provides free pregnancy tests, counseling, newborn
starter sets, and will loan maternity clothes. If this is an unplanned
pregnancy, they offer information on maternity and adoption agencies. Their
hotline number is 1(800) 550-4900. For more information about Birthright
and their services call (573) 364-0066.
CMCA – Circles Meetings
First Methodist Church
201 Monroe Street, Jefferson City, Missouri
Every Tuesday evening
5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Central Missouri Community Action is looking for volunteers to help with
the Circles Program. Circles Initiative is an intentional way to help the
community by building relationships across race and class lines to end
poverty. This program was developed by Move the Mountain Leadership Center.
Duties involve childcare, food set-up, and other support. For more
information or to volunteer, contact Heidi Lucas at (573)
Sponsored by Cowboys for Christ
Route MM and Route J, New Bloomfield, Missouri
First Friday of every month
7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
If you like to make music and love horses, this is something you
don’t want to miss. Bring your favorite instrument and join Cowboys
for Christ for an evening of music. They accept washboards, buckets,
banjos, mandolins, fiddles, juice harps, keyboards and even a guitar or
two. Please bring a dessert or finger food for the food table. Drinks will
be furnished. No alcohol. For information on trail rides and upcoming
events, including worship services, contact Gary Ellis at
The Barwick/Newton National Law Enforcement Memorial
This fund was established in 2004 to assist with transportation and
other expenses incurred by family members of fallen officers who travel to
Washington, DC to participate in National Police Week for the National Law
Enforcement Officers Memorial dedication. This fund is 501 (3) C tax exempt
and works closely with Concerns of Police Survivors. To help these families
of fallen officers, visit www.barwicknewtonfund.org.