Activities include Yoga and Computer Tutoring
Yoga – Chair
- Join Mandy Nelson, certified Yoga Instructor, for Chair Yoga and use a chair as a prop to do seated and standing poses. Through these postures you will gain a new awareness of your body and its alignment, and lengthen and strengthen your muscles. This is a gentle class and can be modified for more advanced students. Bring water and a pillow Mondays at 1 p.m. Thursdays at 9 a.m. Drop in. $3 per class.
Yoga – Busy Body/Mat
Mandy Nelson, certified Yoga Instructor, teaches a class for the more advanced student which utilizes standing and seated postures on the mat. You will explore your breathing throughout class and finish with a final relaxation that leaves students with a new inner peace. Bring your mat, bottle of water and pillow. Thursdays at 10 a.m. Drop in. $3 per class
Diane Anderson comes back on Wednesdays at 1:30 pm to teach line dancing. Kick up your heels, join us and have fun. $10 for 5 weeks. Please sign up.
Join Jackie Samson for knitting class. Jackie shares her expertise with you on your own project. All levels welcome. Plus it’s a wonderful way to meet new women. Fridays at 10 a.m.
Computer help for seniors is available at the Center. Students or volunteers tutor you one-on-one on your iPad, Smartphone, laptop or other device. We have laptops and iPads here for you to use too! Tuesday afternoons at 1 pm or 2 pm. Call 967-8514 to make an appt.
The Center also has open bridge, book club, cribbage and mah jong.
This Open Bridge group welcomes intermediate players. Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to Noon. Drop in.
The group meets here at the Center to discuss a book selected by a Book Club member. All are welcome. Fourth Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. Call 967-8514 for the current reading selection.
This is one of the best two-hand card games. Wednesdays at 1 p.m.
The ancient Chinese tile game that sharpens the mind and is tough to win. Thursdays at 1 p.m. American Mah Jong begins meeting Tuesdays at 1 pm – July 11th. Call 967-8514 if you are interested.
The Center brings in instructors on various topics to educate members. Programs for seniors include financial and health issues and special topics too.
Grief Support is now Thursdays at 11 am. This group is lead by Carol MacLeod, retired advanced practice nurse in psychiatry. If you are interested in learning more, contact the Center.
FLU SHOT CLINIC WITH RITE AID
Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 10 am to noon. Call the Center to sign up for a time slot.
Meals are a wonderful way to share news and connect with friends. The Center has a special meal for seniors at least once a month to encourage camaraderie and celebrate events.
Pot Luck Luncheon – Friday Sept. 29 at 12:30 pm. Sign up to let us know what you’ll bring to share.
Special guests and lectures for National Senior Center Month
Please sign up for any or all at the Center front desk.
Wednesday, Sept. 13 – 2:30 pm – Representatives from US Senator Angus King’s office join us to hear your concerns and tell you what the senator has been working on.
Thursday, Sept. 14 – 1 pm – Daryl Conant from the Fitness Nut House will be here to talk about the Aging Effect and how to reverse it with diet and exercise.
Monday, Sept. 18 – 10 am – Kennebunk Town Manager Mike Pardue briefs you on the latest developments in Kennebunk Town Government.
Tuesday, Sept. 19 – 1 pm – Kennebunk Fire Chief Steve Rowe discusses fire safety for seniors and much more.
Thursday, Sept. 21 – 1 pm – Humorist and author Steve Hrerohcik gets you laughing with anecdotes from his latest book.
Thursday, Sept. 27 – 1 pm – Enjoy a Broadway Musical talk with Lorraine Masure.