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Parks and Recreation

Harris Center

425 Perry St

Sarah Cook

Sarah Cook

Community Programs Coordinator


Nothing like enjoying food and a good flick together! Come join us for pizza and a movie on select Thursday nights this Fall. More movie suggestions welcome! $10 (includes dinner). Please register by the Wednesday prior at 5 p.m.

September• A Man Called Otto

October• 80 For Brady

November• Barbie

Thursdays • 9/7, 10/19, 11/30 • 5:30 - 8 p.m. • Harris Center

Contact: Sarah Cook • (334) 501-2948 •

Technology Tutoring Day

Do you have a smart phone, tablet or laptop that seems to be more trouble than its worth?, Join us for Technology Tutoring Day Tuesday, September 26th at 9am, where you will be paired one-on-one with a volunteer from Auburn Young Professionals who will help you learn how to navigate your new-fangled gadget! Please bring one device to the tutoring session with one or two skills in mind that you wish to master. Breakfast will be available starting at 8:30 AM and tutoring will begin at 9 AM. Free

Tuesday • 9/26 • 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. • HC

Contact: Sarah Cook • (334) 501-2948 •

Senior Citizen Fall Festival

Come out to Town Creek Park to celebrate the changing of the seasons from summer to fall. There will be games, food, door prizes and live music. This event is for adults 50+ and pre - registration is required. This event will be from 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM, you can drop in at anytime to enjoy the festival. $5

Friday • 9/29 • 10:30p.m.-1:30p.m. • TCP

Contact: Sarah Cook • (334) 501-2948 •

Halloween Murder Mystery Dinner- Wild West

It's 1870 in the town of Dead Man, Kansas, USA. There's a big crowd whoopin' it up in Dead Man's Saloon. The clock on the wall shows high noon-but then, it always does. All at once, word spreads that there's going to be a shootout on Main Street. The crowd rushes outside to watch, but the street is deserted. Suddenly, two shots ring out from behind them, inside the saloon., When the crowd hurries back in, they find the dead body of Deputy Drinkwater, shot through the heart. Somebody must have stayed behind to do the evil deed. Was it One-Eyed Pete, the black-hatted outlaw? Or Patty Petticoat, the saloon dancer with the mysterious past? Or Waylin Straum, the singing cowpuncher? Who knows, pardner? Maybe it was-YOU! $25

Monday • 10/30 • 5:30p.m. - 8:30p.m. • Harris Center

Contact: Sam Duffield, MBA • (334) 523- 6012 •