Thank you to our veterans for your service and dedication to this great country! There’s no way to thank those who served for everything they sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy every day, but on Veterans Day, we have to try.

So thank you to all our service men and women, both past and present! The Senior Center staff looks forward to visiting and honoring a few of our own!

If you are a veteran, here is a list of 48 restaurants offering discounts or complimentary dinners in your honor.
Dear Friends,

I hope everyone had a lovely week and that you took advantage of beautiful, warm weather days. Enjoy them while you can; I think we're going to have a cold winter.

Last week was a busy one for us and the week ahead will be as well. Our staff have been working on preparing programs that we hope appeal to you! We now have live fitness classes that can keep you healthy and moving!

Please click on the November calendar to see all the specifics but following are some highlights for the week ahead. If you haven't taken a class or joined a program with us, now is a great time to start! It's getting colder, darker and getting together with others (even virtually) is a great way to add some brightness to your day. I promise you: we are a bunch of nice and welcoming people and we would love to get to know you!
Best,
732.329.4000 x 7682


Are you joining us for any of these programs?

  • Brain Buzz
  • Podcast
  • Book Club
  • WOYM (What's on you mind?)
  • Everyday Origins
  • Les Quizerables
  • Name that Tune
  • Pokeno
  • Works of Art
  • Bingo
  • Trivia
  • American Superstitions

You're going to need an Access Code! Click on the picture below!
The Week Ahead
Monday , November 9

10:00 AM Origins of Everyday Things
Have you ever wondered just where things originated from? Well then this program’s for you! Attention all lovers of facts, students of popular culture, history buffs, and science enthusiasts, here’s the fascinating stories behind 500 everyday items, expressions, and customs--from Kleenex to steak sauce, Barbie Dolls to honeymoons.

11:30 AM BINGO
If you would like to join, Jackie will send out a board, log in info and chips. If you're registered already, call in and good luck!

2:00 PM Support Connections
Every Other Week

Holidays and grief : This year we will not only be remembering those we may have lost, but we will be grieving our old norms and traditions. Lets talk about ways to cope and also take time to reminisce. Different topic each meeting
Please Call Dawn to participate in this conversation. 732.329.4000 x 7212

Tuesday, November 10

10 AM BollyX (Combo of Zumba and Dance)
Live Please call office for link (medicals must be up to date)

12:30 PM Repurposing Art
Facebook Program with Art and Barbara

2:30 PM Write Away
Fantastic class on creative writing. Email Jillann for the zoom link from our wonderful volunteer, and author, Colleen Marks.

Wednesday November 11
We Are Closed in honor of Veterans Day

Thursday, November 12
10:30 AM What's on your Mind?

11:30 AM POKENO
Email Jillann for the Board and Chips

3:30 PM Tech Talk with Giana
Topic: Have any and all Tech Questions Answered!!
Email Jillann for the zoom link


Friday, November 13
10:00 AM Works of Art

10:30 AM Body Sculpting
Live Fitness - Email Jillann for the zoom link

11:00 AM Trivia

11:45 AM American Superstitions
SAVE THE DATE FOR THIS PENN MEDICINE PROGRAM!
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Virtual - Heart & Stroke Prevention
Phil Tran, Stoke coordinator at Princeton Penn Medicine
1p-2p
To register call: 888.897.8979

Discover what you can do to lower your risk for heart attack and stroke at this invaluable program led by Phil Tran, RN-BSN, Stroke Coordinator with Princeton Medical Center (PMC). Learn the early warning signs of a stroke, when to seek medical attention and prevention methods, as well as which heart conditions can lead to a stroke. PMC is a state-designated Primary Stroke Center.