Activities, Classes, & Clubs

Activities & Classes

Please see our Newsletter for the most complete, up to date information on our weekly classes and activities!

The Saratoga Senior Center has an array of activities and classes for members that present opportunity for physical and mental growth. Try your hand at something new or rediscover a favorite craft, meet new people and have fun! Class Scholarships: We offer scholarships to members who cannot afford to participate in classes with fees. Please see the Front Desk.

• Every Day. 1:00 Men's Pool League

 

• Every Monday:

9:00: Tai Chi

9:00: Open Ping Pong 

9:00: Barber 

9:30: Walking Club

10:00: Healthy Bones

10:00: Chair Yoga 

10:15: Beginner Spanish Class (No class 2/12)

11:30: Intermediate Spanish (No class 2/12)

12:00: Beginner Clay 

12:00: Bridge 

1:00: Resistance Bands 

1:00: Chit Chat 

 

• Every Tuesday

9:00: Poker 

9:00: Silver Sneakers Classic 

9:30: Mahjong

10:00: Meditation 

12:00: Intermediate/Advanced Clay Arts

12:30: American Mahjong

 

• Every Wednesday

9:00: Poker 

9:00: Pinochle

9:30: Mosaics

9:30: Rug Hooking 

10:00: Knit & Crochet

10:00: Zumba 

12:30: Canasta

1:00: Bingo

1:00: Strength w/Aidan 

1:00: Guitar Lessons

 

• Every Thursday

9:00: Women's Pool 

10:00: Silver Sneakers Classic 

10:00: Ukelele 

11:00: Foodbank 

12:30: Chinese & American Mahjong 

1:00: Yoga Flow 

 

• Every Friday:

9:00: Poker

9:00: Intermediate/Advanced Clay Arts

10:00: Healthy Bones

10:00: English Paper Piecing Club 

1:00: Silver Sneakers Circuit



Try your hand at a new hobby! We offer Clay Arts, Rug Hooking, Mosaics, and more! Call 518.584.1621 for more information!

One-on-One Tech Assistance
Did you receive a new phone, iPad, laptop or smartwatch? Do you want to learn Facebook, Instagram, or something new? Let our savvy students help you. Call front desk to make your private appointment.

Clubs and Peer Groups

Book Club. New Members Welcome! 

Tuesday, February 27 at 3 p.m.

February Book: Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult 

Mad Honey is a riveting novel of suspense, an unforgettable love story, and a moving and powerful exploration of the secrets we keep and the risks we take in order to become ourselves. 

Please sign up.

 

Memory Cafe. Facilitated by the Alzheimer Association of Northeastern NY

11am-12:30pm, 1st Friday of every month.

The memory café offers a supportive, welcoming environment for caregivers and their loved ones who are experiencing memory loss due to Alzheimer’s or another dementia. You can expect a judgment-free zone, the opportunity to connect with others, light refreshments and simple, yet meaningful and engaging activities.

Please sign up.

 

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group. Facilitated by the Alzheimer Association of Northeastern NY

11am-12:30pm, 2nd Friday of every month. 

Being a caregiver can present exhausting challenges and take a significant toll on your health. Support groups bring together people who are going through or have gone through similar experiences. This support group provides an opprotunity for caregivers to share personal experiences and feelings, coping strategies, or firsthand information about this disease. 

 

Grief and Loss Support & Discussion Group Facilitated by Lois Streit, MSW. 

2pm-3pm, 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month

Whatever type of loss you've suffered, there's no right or wrong way to grieve. Often, the pain of loss can feel overwhelming. Any loss can cause grief. The purpose of this group is to provide friendship, understanding, and hope.