Liberty Silver Center

The New Normal (for now)

At this time, we don’t know when things will return to “normal” at the Liberty Silver Center. What we do know is that COVID-19 changed the way that we look at things, and sometimes change can be scary. While the full Silver Center remains closed, the following FREE programs will be offered this quarter:

The goal of the Liberty Silver Center has been and always will be to provide a place for community. We will do our very best to reconnect our Silver Center community as soon as we can, in the safest way possible within the Clay County Public Health Center and Centers for Disease Control Guidelines. It will be slow, and it will look different, but we are excited for the day we can see you again! 

We are planning more virtual programs and presentations and smaller group gatherings. The details are still in the works, so as things progress, we will post updates through:

  1. UPDATE: Water Group Ex Classes

    All water group exercise classes EXCEPT aqua arthritis will resume the week of 1/25-1/30. Water temps are stable around 80 degrees and not conducive for those with arthritis. The pool, lap lanes and swim lessons remain as scheduled. Read on...
  2. Grant Funding for Community Center Memberships

    Clay County Senior Services has provided grant funding to the Liberty Community Center for 2021 to seniors aged 60+ living in Clay County. The grant provides $90 towards the purchase of a senior membership. Scholarships are available starting Jan. 2. Read on...
  3. Youth Workshops

    Clay County 4-H invites youth ages 8-14 to participate in some fun workshops offered in Feb., Mar. and Apr. Read on...
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