Four Corners Games kicks off at Bonnie Dallas Senior Center

The Daily Times staff
Farmington Mayor Nate Duckett speaks during the opening ceremony for the San Juan County Senior Olympics Monday at Bonnie Dallas Senior Center in Farmington.

FARMINGTON —The Four Corners Games, a local Senior Olympics event, kicked off Monday with an opening ceremony at the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center in Farmington.

The games will continue through mid-May and include events like a timed walk, archery, bowling, darts, pickleball, swimming, dance, tennis, shooting sports and card games.

Anyone 50 years old or older can participate in the games. Registration is $20 and a calendar of events can be found online at fmtn.org/bdsc.

Jack Lowery, center, the adult programs manager for the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center, introduces San Juan County Senior Olympics board members and athletes during the opening ceremony on Monday at the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center in Farmington.

For more information, call 505-599-1380. The closing ceremony will be on May 18.

Events this week include a 1.5 kilometer walk at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Berg Park and Mexican Train Dominoes at 9 a.m. Friday in the annex at the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center, located at 208 N. Wall Ave.

San Juan County Senior Olympics athletes are recognized during the opening ceremony on Monday at the Bonnie Dallas Senior Center in Farmington.