Programs and Activities!
   All programs and activities are held at Rock River Center and are open to all 
   adults, unless otherwise noted.

You Can Walk Indoors at RRC

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Bring a Buddy  16 laps = a mile
​Please be considerate and refrain from walking when events are in progress.

Regularly Scheduled Activities

30 am... Pool Players
30 am... Quilting
9:30 am - 3:30 pm...Veteran's Rep (Feb 26, Mar 12, 26)
10:00am... Situation Room (1st & 3rd)
12:15pm... Card & Table Games

8:30 am... Pool Players
00 am... Wood Carvers
00 am... Boot Scootin' Seniors
9:00 am. . . Triad Meeting (1st)
9:00 am...Ogle County Services Network Mtg (3rd)
9:30 am... Cribbage
9:30 am... Sing-A-Long with Margo (2nd)
10:00 am... Blood Pressure Checks
10:00 am... Caregiver Support Group (1st)
30 am... Triple Play Tuesday Program (4th)
30 am... Lunch & Bingo (4th)
30 am... Birthday Potluck Lunch (2nd)
12:00 am...Low Vision Group (2nd & 4th-No Jan Mtg)
12:30 am... Bingo (2nd)

8:30 am... Pool Players
00 am... Crafters
30 am... Mexican Train Dominos
12:00 pm...Adult Coloring Book Class (4th)
2:00 pm
...Living Well w/Diabetes Support Group (1st)

Prairie State Legal (3rd) by appointment only
7:30 am... Board Meeting (2nd)
30 am...Pool Players
00 am... Stump Jumper Hikes (1st) (Apr-Nov/weather permitting)
00 am... Boot Scootin' Seniors
10:30 am... Friendly Needles (1st, 3rd & 5th)
11:00 am... Cards - "Hand & Foot"
3:00 pm... "Facing the Challenge" Cancer Support Group (4th)

8:30 am... Pool Players


The Stump Jumpers will start their 2018 season on April 5 at Weld Park with a History of Weld Park by Tim Hess; followed by a walk. Bring your lunch. This outing is rated with an "Easiest-Moderate" skill level.

Activity Skill Levels - 2018

EASIEST: A relaxed tour/hike with low activity. A trail requiring limited skill with little challenge to travel. 

Appropriate for anyone who enjoys being outdoors.
MORE DIFFICULT: A more active tour/hike with intermediate-to-longer walking. Includes sloping or uneven terrain, and/or climbing stairs. This requires some skill and challenge to travel.

Those with physical limitations should take this into consideration prior to signing up.
MOST DIFFICULT: An intense tour with long-distance, sometimes strenuous. Also may be extremely rugged or have major elevation. Requires a high degree of skill and challenge to travel.

Participants should be physically fit.

Contact the RRC office at 815-732-3252 or 1-800-541-5479 for details and to register.

Call the Rock River Center to register and for costs involved.

Have you heard of the Boot Scootin’ Seniors of Rock River Center? Have you seen them perform? Have you ever thought about joining them but were afraid you couldn’t keep up with their steps??? Well, here’s your chance to start from the beginning!

Boot Scooters-9:00 AM Tuesdays & Thursdays

The Boot Scootin’ Seniors have been steppin’ and stompin’ since 1993 when the first line dance classes for seniors began at Rock River Center. The group dances all year round and is invited to perform at nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and at special occasion events such as the Tri-County Opportunities Foster Grandparent Christmas Party, Pegasus “Horseshoe Ball”, and the Rockford Senior Expo. The Boot Scooters are ambassadors for Rock River Center who enjoy making life happier for others. Their enthusiasm for having a good time is contagious, and the audience is quick to tap their toes and fingers to the music. Thank you, Boot Scooters, and keep on “Scootin”!

Quilt - Hand Painted

The Crafters at Rock River Center are working on a quilt where each square is hand painted. They are introducing this quilt this now, the week of the winter Olympics.

Still needing to be quilted this will be an interesting project.