M-F 4:30am - 10pm
Sat and Sun. 6:30am - 8pm
M-F 8am - 8pm
Sat. 8am - 2pm
Sun. 8am - 2pm
The Holiday season is upon us and with all of the hustle that the season
brings, remember to take care of yourself and loved ones. We wish you and your family a warm and wonderful holiday season! Thank you for letting us be a part of your health and wellness journey.
We have many fun and exciting programs and activities planned this winter and spring! Make sure to check them out in our Recreation Activity Guide.
or at the Welcome Desk at the CRC.
Beginning January 1, 2020 there will be a membership fee increase. The fee increase is directly related to increased costs associated with operating the facility, such as the statewide increases to minimum wage, utility costs, maintenance contracts, etc. A small fee increase will be implemented each January to keep up with these increasing costs. More information can be found on our website.
You have probably noticed that the CRC expansion has begun! Be sure to check the CRC
for weekly updates!
The Gymnasium and Group Fitness Studio will be closed December 23rd
through December 26
for the annual floor refinishing project. The
Gymnasium and Group Fitness Studio will both reopen on Friday, December
Centennial Recreation Center (CRC) December Holiday Hours:
December 24th: 4:30am-12pm
December 25th: Closed
December 31st: 4:30am-12pm
January 1st: Closed
Senior Center December Holiday Hours:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 31st: New Year's Eve Brunch in the Senior Café served at 10:30am
December 31st: 8am-12pm
Aquatic Center (AC) December Holiday Hours:
December 24th: Closing at 1:30pm
December 25th: Closed
December 31st: Closing at 1:30pm
January 1st: Closed
Saturday, December 7th: Member Appreciation Brunch
November 29- December 31: 12 Days of Fitness
Friday, December 20th: Ugly Sweater Day
6 mos - 12 yrs
Looking for a fun activity for your child?
Kids Club Hours
Mon - Fri 8AM - 8PM
Sat & Sun - 8AM - 2PM
We have many fun opportunities for all kids ages 3-12 to have fun, exercise and learn about healthy choices. Take a peek at what we have scheduled on the
CRC Youth Calendar.
Call or sign up at the CRC Welcome Desk
The Teen Center offers a safe and engaging environment for teens to
make friends, participate in fun programs and activities, or just chill and hang out. Membership to the Teen Center is FREE to all Morgan Hill residents ages 12-18. Live outside Morgan Hill? Teen Center membership is only $10 a year for non-residents.
Want to see what's happening in the Teen Center? Click
Youth Action Council (YAC)
YAC meets on the first Tuesday of the month from 5:30pm-7:30pm in the Teen Center. All teens are welcome to attend.
All CRC Members:
- Volunteer Drivers Needed! Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Do you have a couple hours a week and a safe vehicle to help Morgan Hill Seniors get to appointments, run errands, or get their groceries? The Get'n Around Town Volunteer Driver Program is looking for volunteers to participate in the Volunteer Driver Program. You can help seniors in Morgan Hill make the connection to the community! Call Denise Melroy (408) 310-4255 or email email@example.com for more information.
- Volunteer Riders! If you are a senior who needs rides to local doctor appointments, hair and nail appointments, the grocery store, or any other errands, please contact our Senior Center Welcome Desk at 408-782-1284 for more information about joining our Get'n Around Town program.
December 5-Nutrition Education
December 6-Blood Pressure Screening (EVC Nursing Students)
December 9-Kid's Club Christmas Sing
December 11-Fabulous Flappers Dance Presentation with Michael Le on piano
December 12-Bluer Than Blue Holiday Sing
December 13-Oakwood Country School 1st Graders Singing Presentation
December 13-Red Cross Blood Drive
December 13-Dementia Support Group
December 17-Karaoke with Chris
December 18-Lunch with the Mayor
December 20-Christmas Celebration
December 24-Senior Center Closed for Christmas Eve
December 25-Senior Center Closed for Christmas
December 31-New Year's Eve Brunch
|December Employee and Asset Builder of the Month
We LOVE to recognize our teammates AND members for being awesome! Join us in congratulating them!
December Employee of the month: Jordan- Welcome Desk
December Asset Builder of the month: Tara- Splash Aquatics
Saturday, January 25, 2020:
Father Daughter Dance
Join us for an enchanted evening with the little Princess in your life! Dress to impress for this Glow in the Dark themed special night together!
Saturday, February 1, 2020: Mother Son Dance
Join us for a
n evening with the special little man in your life. Dress to impress for this Glow in the Dark themed dance!
Morgan Hill Aquatics Center
Lap Swim is cancelled on Friday, December 13
th from 5pm to 8pm.
Lap Swim time on Saturday, December 14
th is from 5am to 7am, with our Masters workout from 6am to 7am.
For updated pool schedules you can visit our
The Magical Bridge Playground in Morgan Hill is coming to Community Park!
Donations in the amount of $300 or more will receive a tile dedication for the donor wall. More information about the Magical Bridge Playground in Morgan Hill and how to get involved can be found at:
Developmental Asset of the Month
Talk about the family values, and purpose of each family member in home.
SENSE OF PURPOSE
Young person reports that "my life has a purpose."
- Ask your youth are matter to them, what get them excited about each new day? what are their dreams, interest and passions?
- Give them the opportunity to explorer different type of sports, art and music classes, community services, trips to different schools and colleges, etc.
This article was provided courtesy of Project Cornerstone's Asset-a-Month program. For more information, visit
Morgan Hill Community Asset Builders Meeting
Join us for our Morgan Hill Community Asset Builder Meetings on the 3rd Friday of each month starting at 12pm at the Community & Cultural Center. The purpose of these meetings is to provide opportunities for youth serving organizations and individuals to meet and collaborate on youth serving programs and initiatives and to educate our community on the Developmental Assets and other tools that can be used to help youth thrive.
Thank you for reading. If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to email me.
Associate Executive Director
Centennial Recreation Center