Member Registration begins January 12, 2021
Non-Member Registration begins January 15, 2021
$5 Late Fee will apply after deadlines for ALL activities
Health Insurance Made Easy
Deciding on insurance plans is always a huge dilemma. Let Pam Luthi, who has been a licensed health insurance agent since 2008, help you muddle through the many options. She will break down what you have and what you need and will speak in common terms so it is easy to understand. With all of the changes to our healthcare in the past 10 years, Pam will provide an easy to understand explanation for the Af-fordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans, group health insurance & medical sharing plans. Pam grew up in Fredonia, moved to Topeka in 1985 and comes to an office here in Burlington on Wednesdays. She is always happy to answer questions. The workshop is free to the public but numbers will be limited to allow for social distancing so you must sign-up. Masks are mandatory.
Wednesday, January 27
BRC Conference Room; Limit of 10
Co-Ed 6 on 6 Volleyball
Grab your friends and enjoy a night out on the court playing volleyball. This league will be 6 on 6 with no more than 3 men on a team. The net heights will be men’s height (7ft 11in) and you will call your own.
Mondays beginning Feb 1
$40/team; $5 Late Fee
DEADLINE: Monday, January 25 @ 5pm
Tuning Into the Times
You have been stuck inside for all of these months. Now is the time to learn something new and broaden your horizons. We all need to continue to keep our body and mind fresh. Jill from the KSU Research & Extension will give you tips and ideas of how you can grow and improve. Class size will be limited, so sign-up is mandatory as is the wearing of masks.
Wednesday, February 24
BRC Conference Room; Limit of 10
Coffey County Chamber of Commerce and Burlington Recreation Center are partnering to once again offer the Spring Sampler! Area businesses, direct sales reps, craft vendors, non-profits, etc are all encouraged to rent a booth and display their wares or services. This is a cash and carry event.
Saturday, March 6
$30 for an 8x10 booth plus additional fees for table rental and electricity (limited amount available)
Slow Pitch Co-Ed Adult Softball
All interested teams should have a team representative attend this meeting.
Wednesday, March 3
BRC Conf Room
Practice Being Safe
Is that email you just got legitimate or is someone trying to get your info? How about the phone call asking for your personal information? Learn some of the latest scams and cons the “low life’s” are using to try to make a buck. Jill from KSU Research & Extension will give you tips on being safe at home, in your vehicle and when you are out and about. Emergency preparedness and internet safety will be a large part of this class. The size of the class will be limited to allow for social distancing so make sure to sign-up in advance. Wear a mask please.
Wednesday, March 24
BRC Conference Room; Limit 10
Mother-Son Sock Hop!
Mom’s and son’s, here is your chance for some dancing fun! But, if dancing is NOT your thing, don’t worry! We will have games such as limbo, hula hoop, free throw shoot, lots of great music and refreshments! Join us for this special mother-son activity!
Friday, April 9
$20 couple; $10 each +son; $5 Late Fee
DEADLINE: Monday, April 5 @ 5pm
Summer Director’s Meeting
The summer directors from area communities will meet to review league rules, playing dates, times, tournament locations, and other relevant concerns.
Wednesday, April 7
Easter Egg Hunt for Kids
The Easter bunny is ready to make its annual visit to Burlington! Pictures, Easter eggs and prizes make this a great day for the kids! Once again you will get Easter eggs and travel to local businesses to claim your Easter treasure! This event is sponsored by the Burlington Jaynes.
Ages birth—11 years old.
Saturday, April 3
Men & Women’s Softball League
There will be a mandatory meeting for all teams in May. Rules will be reviewed and any other concerns addressed for the upcoming season. All teams must have a representative present at this meeting.
Men’s League meeting Thursday, April 22 at 6pm
Women’s League meeting Thursday, April 29 at 6pm
Daddy Daughter Dance
Are you ready to shake, rattle and roll? Dads, don’t miss out on this memorable event with your daughter! You will dance the night away to the tunes of the oldies. Girls, wear your finery and plan to have a good time with dear ole’ dad! Girls of any age are invited to attend this event with their dad or father figures (uncle, grandpa, friend, etc). An hors’ d’oeuvres table will be set up for refreshments.
Pictures will start at 6pm for an additional fee.
Friday, April 30
$20/couple; $10 for each additional girl; $5 Late Fee
DEADLINE: Monday, April 26 @ 5pm
Old 75 Crap Fare
Dig deep and find your best “crap” and bring it to the Old 75 Crap Fare. Garage sale items, flea market items, repurposed items, new and used—anything goes at this “outside crap fare.”
Rent a parking space for $5/spot at BRC.
Saturday, June 12
Non Competitive Pickleball
How about a little low key pickleball? This game is easy to learn, fun to play and allows you to get some exercise with-out even realizing it. Beginners encouraged to attend and more advanced players can come but should plan to play at a beginners pace.
Thursdays @ 1:00pm
Beginning January 14
Member Registration Tuesday, Jan 12 @ 8:00am
Non Member Registration Friday, Jan 15 @ 8:00am
$5 Late Fee will apply after deadline to ALL activities
Several ladies have been watching a movie on Monday Afternoons the last several months. We are going to expand that to the big blow-up screen in the gym. So bring a lawn chair or use one of our chairs and enjoy an afternoon kicking back and watching a classic movie.
We might even break out the popcorn machine!
Mondays @ 1:00pm beginning January 25
Adult Ping Pong
Do we have any ping pong players out there? We have a beautiful ping pong table that was donated to us by Max Houser and it needs some use.
Wednesdays @ 1:00pm beginning January 13