Brambleton Center

About The Center

Brambleton Center is the home to many of Roanoke County’s recreation programs and serves as the premier facility for program registration. This 32,000 square foot center houses a pottery studio, ceramics studio, a fully equipped kitchen and nine community rooms available for rental. Brambleton Center is also the home of Therapeutic Recreation Services of the Roanoke Valley.


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Getting Here
From Route 419, turn North onto Brambleton Ave (Rt. 221). Turn right at the first stoplight onto Valley Forge Ave. Follow it to the top of the hill. The center parking lot is on your left.
  1. Feb 25
  2. Yoga for Beginners (Ages 18+)

    Have you been curious and wanting to give yoga a try? Come to a gently paced class that introduces those new to yoga to the practice. Including poses appropriate for beginners, an introduction to using yoga blocks and straps, utilizing the breath, and relaxation to help settle the mind and emotions. Learn how to move through poses with short flows and to hold poses to build strength while using the breath to go deeper into the form. Leave feeling refreshed and ready for the rest of your day. 10 ...
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  3. NEW Italian Extraordinaire (Ages 18+)

    Chef Domimic's ever-popular italian cooking classes continue! Create a homemade marinara used to build a baked spaghetti casserole and a low carb zucchini lasagna. Accompany the main course with a homemade Caesar Salad. Plus a bonus dish, in honor of the upcoming St. Joseph's Day in March create a zeppole dessert. Chef Dominic made an appearance on the fourth season of Fox Network's Hell's Kitchen. He looks forward to the opportunity to bring his family-friendly attitude, skills and good-natured...
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  4. NEW Loom Knitting Basics (Ages 18+)

    After completing your project in Introduction to Loom Knitting, this class is a comprehensive review of loom knitting and covers four cast-ons, four bind-offs as well as many other "must knows", abbreviations and terms about loom knitting. We will spend time practicing what we learn so you can truly make many beginner projects the FIRST time on your own! Everything is provided that is needed to practice all of the skills. Instructor Tonya Hodges is excited to share her knowledge with y...
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  1. Feb 27
  2. Facebook For Beginners (Ages 18+)

    In this introductory course, we will cover all the basics of Facebook. By the end of the course participants should be able to add information to their profile, customize their privacy settings, create and send messages, add information to their profiles, find friends, and create posts to add to their timeline. Prerequisites: • Basic computer knowledge • Participants MUST have a Facebook page setup and know their log-in information before attending class.
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  1. Mar 2
  2. Exercise for the Beginner (Ages 18+)

    How should you adjust your nutrition if you're working out? The last session of the Holistic Nutrition series focuses on putting everything together. This session will help you to incorporate nutrition into your daily life and adjust for exercise, vacation, health issues and make healthy eating a lifestyle, not a diet! Instructor: Certified Nutrition Coach Lori Fadorick.
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  1. Mar 4
  2. Yoga for Beginners (Ages 18+)

    Have you been curious and wanting to give yoga a try? Come to a gently paced class that introduces those new to yoga to the practice. Including poses appropriate for beginners, an introduction to using yoga blocks and straps, utilizing the breath, and relaxation to help settle the mind and emotions. Learn how to move through poses with short flows and to hold poses to build strength while using the breath to go deeper into the form. Leave feeling refreshed and ready for the rest of your day. 10 ...
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  3. Ballet (ages 16+)

    This is a beginning level ballet class comprised of a 30 minute barre featuring exercises to warm-up feet, legs, and arms. This is followed by 30 minutes of center work and traveling combinations to work on balance, coordination, and flexibility. Participants may wear tights, leggings, sweatpants, and either a leotard or sports top. Ballet slippers are recommended. Instructor Beth Brunelle.
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  1. Mar 8
  2. Superhero Party Zone (ages 3-10)

    Come dressed as a future superhero! No costume-no worries! We will be making superhero masks! We will do some superhero training and eat like one of our favorite superheroes-TMNT with a pizza party! And we cannot forget becoming Aquaman/Aquagirl in the indoor pool! Register in advance to hold your spot. Pizza party will be provided. Please pack a swimsuit, towel and wear your gym shoes. Children must be fully potty-trained (no diapers or pull-ups). Please don't forget to complete your health for...
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