Columbia Art Center

Columbia Art Center is open to everyone and offers a wide variety of art classes, workshops, exhibitions, field trips and more. Of particular interest to mature adults are weekday morning classes in pastel, charcoal drawing, watercolor, and wheel-throwing. For more details on these programs visit the Art Center webpage.

Aging Well in Columbia Advocacy Committee

The Aging Well In Columbia Advocacy Committee’s goal is to advise CA on the needs, interests and concerns of Columbia’s mature adult residents. The bi-monthly committee meetings are open to the public and are held at rotating locations throughout Columbia. For a meeting schedule, click here.

Columbia Association Golf

With two great courses to choose from, Hobbit’s Glen and Fairway Hills Golf Clubs, mature adults have access to lessons, daily play, leagues and more! Hobbit’s Glen is a private, member only club, but does offer special daily play deals. Additionally, Hobbit’s offers two membership options, a full annual membership and a weekday annual membership. For more information on membership specials, please contact Membership Service Center at 410-715-3184.

Fairway Hills is open to the public for daily play, but also offers a full annual membership and a weekday annual membership. A season pass is available for purchase at Fairway Hills

For more information on the variety of leagues that are a great place to meet new friends while enjoying the game of golf, visit our golf leagues page.

Home Accessibility and Repair Program

Need help modifying your home to meet your changing needs? The Howard County Department of Citizen Services Home Accessibility and Repair Program, coordinated by the Office on Aging and Independance, assists Howard County residents of varied income levels in identifying home modification needs and resources. Financial help is available for qualified homeowners. Through funding provided by Columbia Association, there are resources specifically available to Columbia residents. For more information or to apply, please call the Office on Aging’s Maryland Access Point at 410-313-5980 (or Relay 711 for the deaf and hard of hearing).