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See What’s Happening at the Senior Center in April

See What’s Happening at the Senior Center in April
Watertown Senior Middle

Find out about Armenian history and culture, welcome spring and listen to about cruising in Alaska, simply a few of the many occasions on the Watertown Senior Middle this April.

The Watertown Senior Middle offered the next info:

ARMENIAN MORNING
Be a part of us for a morning full of Armenian historical past, music, tradition, and meals. Be a part of other Armenian talking individuals in a cushty setting. Study what assets are available to you. WHEN: Wednesday, April 10, TIME: 10:00 AM Pre-registration Required as seating is restricted.

DIALOGUE WITH THE DIRECTOR
Be a part of Anne-Marie Gagnon, Director of the Watertown Senior Middle, for espresso and conversation about packages and providers introduced right here on the Senior Middle. WHEN: Thursday, April 11, TIME: 9:00—10:00 AM

WELCOME SPRING!
Meet your folks, take pleasure in a cup of tea and assume SPRING. We’ll make a spring basket (tremendous straightforward for ALL) and fill it with goodies. Each basket is ideal for grandchildren, neighbors or a fantastic desk decoration that will help you think of warmer weather and blooming flowers. All materials offered. WHEN: Tuesday, April 9th, TIME: 10:00 – 12:00 Pre-Registration Required. 

ALASKA BY CRUISE
Margie Wayne, Senior Middle Program Providers Assistant will share with us highlights of her trip to Alaska. See glaciers, canine mushing, and scenes from Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan. DATE: Tuesday, April 16, TIME: 10:00 Mild Refreshments Pre-registration required.

APRIL FLOWERS WITH ERNIE
No want to worry about April Showers once you sign up for one among Ernie’s nice courses! Ernie Berardinelli will present every thing you’ll want to drive those showers away and get you prepared for Spring. DATE: Wednesday, April 24, TIME: 10 AM COST: $15.00 Pre-registration required.This program is funded partially by the Buddies of the Watertown COA. 

COMING IN MAY – MARK YOUR CALENDARS 
Might seventh at 10:00—Dr. Patrick from McLean’s hospital can be again to talk with us about Alzhiemer’s Dementia: Is Prevention a Actuality? Mind actions and staying young. You also might join a free screening after the presentation. There are a restricted number of spots obtainable. 
Might eighth at 10:00— Marilynne’s Wonderful Journey: A Literary & Historic Pilgrimage to London.
Might 2nd at 1:00—Afternoon Tea introduced by the Buddies of the Watertown COA. Take pleasure in tea and pastry. Each individual will get a hand-made fascinator. More info coming quickly. Enroll begins April 11th.
Might 21st—SUMMER HOURS Start with Mind Video games and dinner.Enroll begins Might 1. 
Might 22nd at 10:30 —Delvina Theatre presents “Little Ladies”.Enroll starts Might 1.

ASK A NURSE
Wil VanDinter, Watertown Public Health Nurse,shall be becoming a member of us on the FIRST Wednesday of every month from10:00—11:00 for a blood strain clinic. This month he’s here April 3.He’s also obtainable to reply your health care and prescription questions. Cease by and say hello!

Public Safety Mornings
Tuesday, April 9 & 23 Espresso with Chief Lawn & Captain Dupuis
Thursday, April 25 Espresso with Captain William Maietta

WHAT IF MY MEDICARE PLAN WON’T COVER A DRUG I NEED?
Are you turning 65 within the next three months? Are you over 65 and planning to retire soon? Do you perceive your Medicare deadlines and options? Are you having hassle paying for medical expenses and prescribed drugs? 

If any of these apply to you, contact the SHINE (Serving Health Insurance coverage Needs of Everyone…on Medicare) program. Licensed SHINE counselors can be found all yr that will help you! They provide free, confidential counseling on all points of medical insurance to anyone on Medicare. 
Call the Senior Middle at 617-972-6490 to set up an appointment, or should you still want help in reviewing your coverage, name 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). You may as well examine plans online at www.medicare.gov/find-a-plan.

LEGAL APPOINTMENTS
Metro West Authorized Providers can be right here on the third TUESDAY of each month by appointment. This month’s date isApril 16th. Please call the Senior Middle at 617-972-6490.

New Health Class!
Thursday Fit with Joanna G. at 11:00 AM.This Class will run for eight weeks starting February 28—April 18.

Watertown Meals Pantry 80 Mount Auburn Road—Rear. OPEN: Tuesdays 10-11:30 AM Thursdays 4-6:00 PM
FOOD PANTRY REQUESTS– Canned Soup, Pasta Sauce, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Cold Cereal, Canned Vegetables, Tuna Fish, Chick Peas, and Cooking Oil.

HEALTH & WELLNESS
April 3: Blood Strain at 10:00by Watertown Well being Dept. Nurse, Wil VanDinter. Free
April 18: Podiatry Clinic at 11:00 AM. Toenails, corns, calluses solely.The fee for this service is $25.00 payable to Dr. Alper. Insurance coverage is just not accepted.
April 25: Blood Strain Screening at 10:00by Linda Micklay, R.N. from CareGroup Residence Care. Free.

THE SENIOR CENTER BOOK CLUB
WHEN: Wednesday, April 17 at 9:30. WHERE: Senior Middle, 31 Marshall St. Be a part of us to discuss:Satisfaction And Prejudice by Jane Austin. Copies of the ebook are available at the Watertown Free Public Library. Since its instant success in 1813, Satisfaction and Prejudice has remained some of the in style novels in the English language. Jane Austen referred to as this sensible work “her personal daring baby” and its vivacious heroine, Elizabeth Benner, “as pleasant a creature as ever appeared in print.” The romantic conflict between the opinionated Elizabeth and her proud beau, Mr. Darcy, is a splendid performance of civilized sparring. And Jane Austen’s radiant wit sparkles as her characters dance a delicate quadrille of flirtation and intrigue, making this e-book probably the most excellent comedy of manners of Regency England.New members are all the time welcome!

APRIL MOVIE MATINEE
4/Four Lean On Pete: Passing his teen years largely neglected, Charley Thompson finds a part-time job with a slightly shady horse trainer and develops a robust bond with worn-out racehorse Lean on Pete — whom Charley resolves to save lots of from the slaughterhouse. Forged: Charlie Plummer, Steve Buscemi, Chloe Sevigny 2018 R 120 mins.

Four/11 Prompt Family: Adopting three foster youngsters directly considering that it’s a perfect strategy to start a household, Pete and Ellie fail to think about that their new fees could also be hellions — which they’re. Not only do the youngsters flout the principles, they see no cause for folks. Forged: Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, Octavia Spencer 2018 PG-13 118 mins.

4/18 Cinderella: In this live-action retelling of Disney’s animated basic, young Ella escapes from a lifetime of drudgery by means of a fairy godmother whose magic brings Ella face-to-face with the prince of her goals. Forged: Lily James, Cate Blanchett, Holliday Grainger 2015 PG 105 minutes.

4/25 Ben Is Back: As troubled as he’s charming, 19-year-old Ben Burns surprises everyone when he returns house for Christmas. Although his mother cautiously welcomes Ben’s arrival, he quickly begins to disrupt the household. Julia Roberts, Lucas Hedgers, Courtney B. Vance 2018 R 103 mins.

5/2 The Leisure Seekers: A runaway couple happening a journey in the previous RV referred to as The Leisure Seeker, travelling from Boston to Key West. They recapture their passion for life and their love for each other on a street trip Forged: Helen Mirren, Donald Sutherland, Kirsty Mitchell 2017 R 112

IMPORTANT REMINDER!
Please keep in mind to make use of your My Senior Middle key tag and check-in on the kiosk if you enter the constructing. Your report of attendance helps us to manage our packages and area effectively. When you don’t have a key tag, please ask on the Front Desk to register. It’s free! Thank you!

SENIOR NEWSLETTER DELIVERED TO YOUR EMAIL!
Have the Watertown Senior News emailed to your own home pc every month by going to the City website:www.watertown-ma.govand signing up on the ‘Notify Me’ record. Comply with the hyperlink on the left aspect of the house web page, scroll right down to Watertown Senior Information and examine it off! Or name the Senior Middle at 617-972-6490 together with your e-mail handle & we’ll add it for you!
The Watertown Senior News is revealed month-to-month.

TRANSPORTATION for WATERTOWN SENIORS – Name the Senior Middle at (617) 972-6490 for extra info. GROCERY SHOPPING, TRIPS TO TARGET, MARSHALLS, WATERTOWN & ARSENAL MALLS By way of the Watertown Senior Shuttle (617) 972-6490.
Name the Senior Middle to be added to the route in case you are new or want to vary from your scheduled day. The Shuttle will decide you up and return you to your property. Roughly 1 hour of purchasing time. Steered donation is $1.00 Spherical Trip. three BAG LIMIT! Please show the driving force your My Senior Middle Key Tag. Purposes obtainable on the Senior Shuttle.
TRANSPORTATION TO THE SENIOR CENTER FOR PROGRAMS and SERVICES
(617) 972-6490 – We need to see you at the Senior Middle! Name us! Program out there as funding permits.
TO LOCAL DOCTORS– (617) 972-6490 – Call the Senior Middle 2 days prematurely to schedule your taxi experience.
You could tip the driving force at your discretion. A spouse, pal, or companion might accompany you at no additional cost. Program obtainable as funding permits.
THE MBTA RIDE
Have you thought about taking the MBTA Experience? For eligibility contact: THE RIDE – 617-337-2727www.mbta.com/theride

OTHER SPECIAL SERVICES—CALL THE SENIOR CENTER AT (617) 972-6490 FOR DETAILS
¨ Metrowest Authorized Providers Clinic – Call to schedule a 20 minute appointment with the lawyer
¨ Watertown Food Pantry at 80 Mount Auburn Road, Rear–Tuesdays 10-11:30 and Thursdays Four-6
¨ Senior Parking Permits – for up to 2 free hours of metered parking in Watertown’s municipal parking tons

JOIN ONE OF OUR REGULAR PROGRAMS
Art Class — Mondays at 9:30 AM– Convey your personal artwork undertaking (oil, watercolor, pencil or ink) to this open studio.
Bridge/Chess/Cribbage/Rummikub/Whist/Canasta—Deliver your expertise to any of these teams. Drop in and be a part of within the afternoon enjoyable.
Knitting—Wednesdays at 12:30 PM– Working on a venture or need slightly help? Stop in for an afternoon of artistic work and conversation.
English for Audio system of Other Languages (ESOL) – Wednesdays at 2:00 PM– Explore history and tradition whereas learning the English language with this group.
Mellowtones Choral Group—Fridays– Love to sing? This co-ed group led by music director Anne Silverman will put a music in your coronary heart! All welcome. Fridays at 12:30 PM.
BINGO! Fridays at 10:00 AM for BINGO fun.

EXERCISE CLASSES at the SENIOR CENTER
$three for every Train or Yoga class. $4 for Line Dancing. Each class lasts one hour.
Within the absence of an teacher, the Senior Middle reserves the correct to substitute an instructor or cancel the category.
MONDAYS: 11:00– Exercise with Shannon
TUESDAYS: 9:30– Train with Joanna G 11:15 – Line Dancing with Manny
WEDNESDAYS: 11:00– Mat Yoga with Sue G. (Please deliver your personal mat.)
THURSDAYS: 9:30– Chair Yoga with Diane S. 11:00 – Train with Joanna G
FRIDAYS: 10:00– Exercise with Henry O. 12:30 – Tai Chi with Marie 2:15 – Seated Power with Pearl

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