Neighborhood Club Recreation and Wellness Center will open for a Community Open House Preview on Saturday, Jan. 5 from 1 – 4 p.m.
Friday, January 4
GROSSE POINTE - After 16 months of construction, the Neighborhood Club Recreation and Wellness Center will open for a Community Open House Preview on Saturday, Jan. 5 from 1 – 4 p.m. The community is invited to come in and check out the new facility before it officially opens for business on Monday, Jan. 7. Staff will be there to conduct tours and show visitors and members everything that the facility offers. The first floor of the facility is equipped with a warm-water, zero-depth entry pool with a children’s play area and a separate area with lap lanes for swimming and water walking. American Red Cross swim lessons, water aerobic classes and special events will be offered throughout the year. On the same floor is a 4900-square-foot …
Century-old organization gets a fresh approach with its Neighborhood Club Recreation and Wellness Center, all under the watchful eye of new director Stuart Alderman.
Just as the Neighborhood Club has come down, left in a pile of rubble and debris, the club's new leader, Stuart Alderman, is just beginning to build his career here. Alderman's been on the job three months and is already overseeing what is likely the club's most transformational change: the construction of a spacious, two-story, modern, well-equipped recreation and wellness center. Alderman, whose temporary office at the Grosse Pointe Congregational Church is strewn with blueprints, architectural plans, interior design boards and collections of sports paraphernalia, will head a team that will bring the Grosse Pointes the first-of-its-kind community center. The new Neighborhood Club Recreation and Wellness Center is a partnership between …