1433 Livingston Rd, Crossville, Tennessee 38555, United States

(931) 484-7416

Director- Angela Shadden

Mark your calendars

Art class with FFG art guild

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Artist– Barb Pelak Join Barb Pelak as she demonstrates how to create these fun holiday greeting cards. Each student will create and take home 3 completed cards.

October 18th 1-3 p.m. at Fair Park Senior Center Cost is $5.00 for reserved seating. Sign up today! 

THE FFG ART GUILD’S ADULT OUTREACH ART PROGRAM FOR SENIORS AT FPSC IS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH A GRANT RECEIVED FROM THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE. THE DONOR ASSOCIATED WITH THE FOUNDATION IS THE WILLIAM N. ROLLINS FUND.

Tai Chi Arthritis and Fall Prevention 8 week class

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 The Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention Program is recommended by CDC and is designed for improving health, wellness, and is effective in preventing falls. Come join us on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00-10:00a.m. Starting Oct. 2, 2019. It is easy to learn, relaxing, effective, and safe. Classes are conducted by a certified instructor.  This is a free class.

Composting Class October 23 9-10 a.m.

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The best way to manage food waste is to compost it! Join Fair Park Senior Center as we welcome special guest speaker from Cookeville TN and Kerrie with Cumberland County Sanitation. If you have questions or would like to learn more about composting join us on October 23rd. This is a free class. 

Make your own Terrarium October 23rd 1-3 p.m.

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Sponsored by: Bilbrey Funeral Home


 Create your one of a kind succulent terrarium! Succulents such as cacti can adapt to unpredictable watering, happily thriving even when they slip their owners’ mind. In this class, you’ll make your own succulent terrarium, filling a glass orb with sand, soil, rocks, succulents, and trinkets of choice. This class is free of charge.

Call and reserve your spot today. Limited seating. 484-7416

Fair Park Travel Program

  

Our Senior Travel Program is one of the most popular aspects of our center and has provided many of our members with the opportunity to travel to different regions in Tennessee and some surrounding states. This program offers educational and recreational trips. Group touring is a way for senior adults to experience with enthusiasm many great travel opportunities. We do the planning and execution of details, and you can comfortably and safely be escorted with new and old friends to destinations of interest and adventure. This program is made possible by a generous group effort from our sponsors (pictured) Eye Centers of TN, City of Crossville, Cumberland County, and Cumberland Good Samaritans. Their funding helped purchase our 2019 Ford Transit Van that provides safe, comfortable travel for 12 passengers and storage for walkers, or collapsible wheel chairs. A special thank you to those of you who made this program possible for our members, your generosity is greatly appreciated. 

Day Trips

TN Pirate Fest Harriman TN- October 12- Cost: $20 This does not include any admission fees at event

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Enter the towering gates and feel transported to the fictional Caribbean town of Port Royale in the Tortugas in the late 1600's.

The Governor is celebrating his birthday and all are invited--including pirates!  Enjoy numerous stages with professional live entertainment, including pirate music, comedy improv, and combat croquet!  

Interact with costumed street characters who are living at or visiting Port Royale--British red coats, townspeople, and pirates!  This year, we have characters based on the classic Errol Flynn movie, "Captain Blood!"  Question is who are the good guys and who are the bad guys?

Come in costume if you wish and enter the Costume Contest.  Got talent?  Enter the Gong Show to join a pirate crew.  Want to talk like a pirate?  Come to Pirate School and learn your I's (Aye), C's (Sea), and R's (ARRR)!  

Shop the merchant village for unique treasures.  Come hungry and thirsty for a variety of delicious food and drinks--including beer. 

Like a scavenger hunt?  Walk the Trail of Doom with slightly spooky characters and displays.  Want to compete?  Try the Pirate Olympics.  Just want to have a vacation at the Caribbean?  Play beach games with the whole family.   All day fun for everyone!  

Granville scarecrow festival- october 16 cost:$20

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The streets of historic Granville are transformed into a 1960's Mayberry town for the month of October. Join us as we venture out to walk the streets filled with over 300 scarecrows, yard art, and a sweet little town full of hospitality. 

gatlinburg craftsmen's fair -october 21- Cost: $20 This does not include any admission fees

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 The Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair October is the premier holiday shopping destination!  We are your one-stop-shop for everyone on your list.  Join us in our 44th year of celebrating arts and crafts in the Smokies.  Visit over 180 of the finest craftspeople from all over the United States.  Watch as they demonstrate their skill, answer questions and offer their unique art for sale. Artisans in more than 200 fairs voted our October 2018 Fair 2nd in the nation! 


Admission is $7 at the gates. 

Hiwassee Loop Train Ride October 24 - Cost: $75

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  Enjoy a 50-mile round trip up the beautiful lower Hiwassee River Gorge and view the beautiful fall colors. This 3.5-hour trip will take you to the top of the famous "Hiwassee Loop" where the tracks cross over themselves as they corkscrew up the mountain near Farner, Tenn. Snack items/drinks available for purchase on the train. The train departs from Etowah, Tenn. 

Lakeside of The smokies balloon fest. October 26 cost:$20 (does not include any admission fees)

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Come experience the autumn colors and fall foliage of East Tennessee at the Lakeside of the Smokies Balloon Fest!

Join us for music, food, activities, and more.  Guaranteed fun for the entire family!