The event is free and open to the public. The Center will be offering a variety of free activities, classes to try, educational/historical presentations, live music, raffles, membership specials, free ice cream sundaes and more. Scheduled activities include:
Retirees, Empty Nesters, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers!
Should I sell? If I sell, should I buy smaller? Maybe rent? Should I Age in Place? Can I rent rooms in my house? Build an Accessory Dwelling Unit?
It's not too early to start the decision-making process. Get assistance from a Real Estate Professional. Celeste Caruso, a local 23-year practitioner and a Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES), will help guide you through the process. This one-hour presentation will give you some of the information you need to make an informed decision.
$12 per person, members only. 5:30pm dinner. Music and dancing 6-7:30. Enjoy delicious Chicken Parmigiana from Spring Street Catering with music and dancing to "The Lakesiders" . Please sign up. Sponsored by Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield.
"Armchair Travel to Uganda". 12:30. Reservations required. Limited seating. Enjoy lunch, courtesy of Druther's and immerse yourself in this small African country's landscape, wildlife and residents. Learn how hundreds of local volunteers have visited Uganda over the past 15 years bringing much needed supplies, medication and hope with them. Jewelry and crafts from Uganda will be for sale.
HISTORIANS AT THE CENTER - The Reminiscing Group invites you to two historical presentations, 10-11am. Free and Open to the Public. Join Lori Wies, Saratoga Public Library as she presents on History of Saratoga. Wednesday Oct. 2nd, 10-11am. Free and Open to the Public. Join Lauren Roberts, Saratoga County Historian as she presents on “Spirits of Sacandaga”
Independent Living with Aging Vision" Presented by Lisa Jordan, Sponsored by Northeast Association for the Blind at Albany. 8:30am- breakfast. 9am presentation. $3.00 for breakfast. Presentation only - free. Enjoy a hot breakfast while getting some great information on living with aging eyes.
$10.00, Open to the Public, Sponsored by Home of the Good Shepherd
A local representative from the Alzheimer's Association of Northeastern New York will be at the Saratoga Senior Center on Fridays from 9am-3pm, to meet with individuals and families who need information, referral and support services. Please schedule an appointment with Katie Keary at 518-867-4999, ext. 1680
or KgKeary@alz.org. Coming in August: "Memories in the Making" is a unique fine arts program for people with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias that offers a creative and non-verbal way of communicating and capturing precious moments through art.
NEW DATE - OCTOBER 5TH
SPECIAL MEMBER PRICED TICKETS ON SALE AT THE CENTER ON FRIDAY
AUGUST 2ND! $75 SENIOR CENTER MEMBER.
On October 5, SPAC will celebrate the bounty of the region from the Hudson Valley to the Adirondacks
with curated gourmet tastings that focus on sustainability, international wine and local distillery and brewery tastings, art and performance by musicians and artists within the community, and more!. NOT A MEMBER? Join today and take advantage of this member perk and more! One ticket per member per show. Purchase at Front Desk. For information, call 518-584-1621.