May 2022 Newsletter

Join in Our Wonderful Spring Programs!
Grab & Go Meals: May Menu

This month, we'll be distributing meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Narberth Borough Hall. Please bring your own bag!

Check out the May menu here or click the button below to reserve your meals today!

Tues & Thurs, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
In- Person Tech Support
Thursdays, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
with Gerry Hébert

Bring your computer and tech questions to Gerry in-person at Narberth Borough Hall on Thursday mornings!
(You must register in advance.)

Tech one-on-ones are free for members, non-members can sign up for ONE free 30-minute session. 
Update: New Horizons Video Library

The New Horizons video library is now open to all seniors! You no longer need a password to check out videos of previous programs.



Monthly Programs
All programs are FREE and offered to any adults 55 and over
Every program is on Zoom, unless otherwise noted


How to Register | Click the Buttons below to register, or call 610-664-2366
Advanced Tai Chi Class:
Tues, May 3, 17, and 31 at 10:30 AM with Rosalie Pressman
OUTSIDE at Borough Hall (Weather permitting)
Rosalie Pressman, certified Tai Chi instructor, teaches advanced Tai Chi to those Seniors who wish to learn more complicated moves. Must have experience in Yang Family Tai Chi. 
World and National Affairs:
Thurs, May 5 and 19 at 10:30 AM with Bob and Sue Bond
In-Person or by Zoom
Local historians Robert and Susan Bond lead Seniors in a lively discussion of current events. All views and political orientations are welcome!
Guided Meditation (For Well-Being and Stress Relief)
Fri, May 6 at 10:30 AM with Eileen Abrams
On Zoom
Join Eileen Abrams and try this gentle way to bring more calm and contentment into your life.  
Have Some Fun with YouTube!
Tue, May 10 at 10:00 AM with Alex McHugh
In-Person or by Zoom
Learn how to use YouTube while watching music videos, movies, cooking demos, old tv shows, historical events, and more.
Knit & Chat
Thurs, May 12 and 26 at10:30 AM with Chris Jackson
In-Person at Borough Hall
Seniors are invited to bring your latest project -- or something you just want to try -- to Narberth Borough Hall and join leader Chris Jackson and other knitters for a session of friendly neighborhood chatting and helpful knitting hints. Open to experienced knitters only.

Please call 610 664-2366 to Register
Book Club: "Magna Carta: The Birth of Liberty" by Dan Jones
Fri, May 13 at 10:30 AM with Chris Jackson
On Zoom
Chris Jackson invites all book enthusiasts to read the month's book, and
then join a discussion with other dedicated bibliophiles. Books available in your local Library or through Amazon.com. All seniors are welcome! 

Healthy Aging Quizzo
Tues, May 17 at 12:00 Noon on Zoom
with Zachary Smicker, Regional Director, Fox Rehabilitation
and Bernadette Bonner from Symphony Square
Commemorate Older American’s Month with $25 gift card prizes.
NEW! Virtual Film Screening: "The King and I"
Thurs, May 19 at 2:15 PM with Ellensue Jacobson
On Zoom
Join other film enthusiasts to watch movies online, and then join the Film Club discussion with Ellensue Jacobson later this month. All Seniors welcome! (Film Club Discussion is Tues, May 24 at 12:00 Noon).
Morning Music: The Beatles, Part 3
Fri, May 20 at 10:30 AM with Gerry Hebért and Stan Fink
On Zoom
Revisit 1965-66 when The Beatles gave their final tours and produced "Help," "Rubber Soul," and "Revolver."
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May Birthday Celebration
Fri, May 20 at 12:00 Noon
On Zoom
Celebrate our May Birthdays with friends.  “The Residence at Bala” will host a Trivia contest with prizes and will deliver cake to any May birthdays (in the area). You MUST RSVP by May 16 to receive cake.
In-Person Smart Phone Workshop
Tues, May 24 at 10:00 AM with Alex McHugh
In-Person at Borough Hall
Sign up for an in-person smart phone tutorial. Depending on sign-ups, Alex will work with small groups or one-on-one to answer your smart phone questions and cover important features like photos, texting, and downloading apps.  
Please specify what you need help with when you RSVP!
NEW! Film Club Discussion Group: "The King and I"
Tues, May 24 at 12:00 Noon with Ellensue Jacobson
On Zoom
Join Ellensue Jacobson and other film enthusiasts to discuss the movie viewed on Zoom earlier in the month. All Seniors welcome!
Being Mortal Workshop
Wed, May 25 at 12:00 Noon w/ Loisann Furgess-Oler, MS, MDiv
On Zoom
Join Loisann in this monthly workshop that looks at issues of mortality, how to prepare for those final days of life, and what matters in the end.
Virtual Travel: Australia - G'day mates!!
Fri, May 27 at 10:30 AM with Tour Guide Betsy Klausman
On Zoom
Travel to amazing and exciting places all over the world … without leaving the comfort and safety of your own couch. Get Ready for Shrimp on the Barbie and a Concert at the Sydney Opera House. Tour the Great Barrier Reef, check out the wilds of the Outback, and explore all the natural beauty in the land Down Under.
Protect Our Planet
Tues, May 31 at 12:00 Noon with Pauline Rosenberg
On Zoom
Adults 55 and over are invited to join in this discussion of different ways that you can help the environment in your community. By taking care of our planet, we take care of ourselves!  ​
Regularly Scheduled Programs
Regular Weekly Programs include:
Support Groups: "Full Circle Discussion Group" and "Transitions and Changes"
Yoga Class, Senior Fitness Class, Tai Chi in the Yang Family Style,
Healthy Exercise Class, Dance Fitness, and Creative Writing

Please Note: Due to a schedule conflict, Transitions and Changes is temporarily moving to Thursdays, at 12:00 Noon, until further Notice

Also, there is NO Healthy Exercise or Full Circle on Mon, May 30 (Memorial Day)
Enjoy the holiday!
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Additionally, we offer Private Counseling and Private Classes including Computer Tech Tutorials. Our Computer Guru, Gerry Hebert, will now be ONSITE every Thursday, starting at 10:30 AM. Call 610 664-2366 to make an appointment!
Tech Tip of the Month
GERRY HEBERT
HOW TO BEAT MAILBOX THIEVES, SCAMMERS, AND JUNK MAILERS

The United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) has recently reported an alarming rise in theft of mail pieces. In addition, Junk Mail is becoming an even larger problem than before, with swindlers and scammers abounding. CLICK HERE to learn some quick tips for fighting these insidious plotters.

To learn about Gerry's Private Classes, Click Here.