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Programs & Activities

*Please note that due to the health crisis ALL in-person programs require advance registration!*

Activities include flower arranging

American Mahjong 

Wednesdays at 1 pm. Registration required.

Co-ed Open Bridge

This Open Bridge Group welcomes intermediate players. Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30. Registration required.

Cribbage

A strategic card game for 2 to 4 players, using a cribbage board and pegs for scoring. Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 pm. Registration required.

Telephone Bingo

Join us every other Tuesday at 1:30 pm via phone (no internet required!) for free BINGO and the chance to win a gift card to a great local business! To register and receive a card, call the Center or email Dori: info@seniorcenterkennebunk.org!

Book Club

Join Dori each month to chat with fellow bibliophiles (and maybe meet the author!) about that month’s selection! You are welcome to join either in-person or virtually via Zoom. Last Wednesday of each month, 1 p.m.

Virtual Busy Body/Mat Yoga

Mandy Nelson, certified Yoga Instructor, teaches a Zoom class for the more advanced student which utilizes standing and seated postures on the mat. You will explore your breathing throughout the 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.

Virtual Chair Yoga

Join Mandy Nelson, certified Yoga Instructor, on Zoom 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.

Grief Support

This group is lead by Carol MacLeod, retired advanced practice nurse in psychiatry. If you are interested in learning more, contact the Center. Every Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Registration required.

In-Person Knitting Group

Join Jackie Samson in person at the Center 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. Thursdays at 1 p.m. Registration required!

Monthly Curbside Pickup & Limited In Person Seating Luncheons

Join us each month for a luncheon supplied by a fabulous local kitchen, served curbside pickup style! Beginning in May, we will have limited in person seating as well. There is a fee of $5 and registration is required.

Virtual Tai Chi

Virtual tai chi at the Center classes will be appropriate for all interested- even those new to tai chi. Taught by Michael Elliott, who has practiced tai chi for over 45 years, these classes are hosted via Zoom, biweekly on Wednesdays. All levels welcome.  Drop-in and $3 per class.

Education & Arts

Conversational Spanish – Join Ginni in a Conversational Spanish Language Adventure where you will be speaking Spanish the very first day!  It will be a fun learning experience focusing on conversation and rolling your “R’s”! You’ll amaze yourself by how linguistic you really are!!! Arriba!! This class meets for 6 weeks beginning on June 1st, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00 pm.

Memoir Writing – Wouldn’t it be exciting to have the memories of your life printed in a book? It could become a treasured remembrance for family, friends and generations that follow. Could it be an inspiring best seller? In this class you’ll explore why you write, how to get organized and writing tips and techniques. You’ll learn how to handle embarrassing or troublesome moments as well as your successes. Using writing samples, you’ll establish your style, decide when to use photos and artwork, plus find out ways to get published and more. This class meets for 6 weeks beginning June 2, from 2:30-4:00 pm, and costs $15 per class. Limited to 6 students, so register today! 

Beeswax Wraps Workshop – Beeswax wraps are an earth-friendly alternative to plastic wrap or sandwich bags. They’re showing up in more and more kitchen and natural food stores, but you can make your own version at home. We’ll give you a kit with all of the ingredients. You’ll just need an oven and a baking sheet (the sheet will get wax on it, but it’s nontoxic and can be cleaned off). The Kennebunk Free Library will walk you through this process via Zoom on Friday, June 18th at 2:00 PM – limited to 10 participants.

Keep it Legal – Meet privately with Attorney Milda Castner and get your legal questions answered. Sign up required for a 30-minute appointment.  Call the Center to sign up. Members only.