The Centers is hosting its first Murder Mystery Dinner! Experience professional theatre when Adirondack Flatline Players presents Sam Club, Private Eye in – “The Case of the Motor-Coach Murder” while enjoying a full meal.
Join us for a lively happy hour at the center! Mingle with friends, enjoy food and music by Dylan Jaques – a passionate jazz pianist with an extensive repertoire for jazz and pop music. This week’s ‘Sip’ is provided by Owl’s Brew Radler; a refreshing and crisp blend of craft beer and organic tea that’s been compared to sipping on sunshine!
Chat with Cate Johnson from the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame as she discusses the Museum, their goals and objectives for the future, and their new campaign “The Hall of Fame Educational Experience”, whose goal is to make them the Best Sports Hall of Fame in the Country. Breakfast is held at The Center at 8:30am/ $5, presentation starts 8:45 free, members only.
*A portion of every dinner sold will be donated to The Center.
$12.50/dinner. Pick up every Tuesday 5:00-6:30 Pm at the Center. Call 518.584.1621 by noon day of.
9/11: 2 “Meetball” with Pasta
9/18: Parmesan Encrusted Chicken w/ potato and veggies
9/25: Lasagna w. garlic bread
Financial, legal, charitable educational program featuring Charles Joseph of Janney Montgomery Scott LLC and Debra Verni of Herzog Law Firm. Ask the experts your questions about important financial planning topics including beneficiary designations for wills, trusts, retirement plans and life insurance; locating and organizing your financial documents; life insurance reviews; investments; health care proxies; long term care insurance; the new tax laws; and more. Free and open to the public held at the Center!
Another great Senior Center Perk! Support two great organizations. Limit 2 tickets per event, each person must be a member of The Center. Call 581.584.1621 to purchase.
Join us at the Center for choreographed dancing to Motown, R&B or contemporary pop music, it is “Exercise in Disguise” and great stress reducer. It can be done by men and woman of all ages and no partner or dance experience is needed.
Featuring the Rodeo Barons whose music ranges from subtle alt country ballads to 3 guitar powered rock exploration (all with a gorgeous 4-part harmonies). Pack a lunch or buy an Esperanto’s Dough Boy or Dough Girl at the show. Free & Open to the public.
Brain Gym is a gentle program developed by professionals in the field of Education Kinesiology (the study of movement and its relationship to learning) that recognizes health benefits of movement, multi-sensory activities, and whole brain engagement. Free and Open to the Public, held at the center.
Join us for a delicious lunch of famous Druthers Mac & Cheese, salad, desert and soft drinks. Learn & Discuss the origins of modern food, the global impact of American Food Fads, and the international network of consumers and producers. Participants will leave with full bellies and a mindfulness of our food and the communities that make the way we eat a reality. Free for members (non-perishable food donation encouraged) RSVP is required by 09.20.2018. Will be held at The Center.