Presentations and Seminars

January 17 -

Armchair Traveler

- We will be showing a slideshow from our trip last spring when we went to Mackinac Island and the Tulip Festival.  Whether you came with us or not, come share in the stories and the beautiful sights we saw.

February 2 -

Senior Meeting

- Come for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) and stay for the meeting.  Look and see all the new and exciting things we have planned for the upcoming months.  Refreshments and a 50/50 raffle will follow the meeting.

February 13 -

Outstanding Classical Music

- Stephen Rozenfeld will be here at 1:00pm to have us listen to and discuss different types of classical music.

February 20 -

The Turner Family: From Slavery to Freedom

- Join Davis Osborne from St. Paul's Shrine of the Bill of Rights as he shares with us three generations of the Turner Family and their role in slavery and freedom.

March 2 -

Senior Meeting

- Spring is just about sprung.  Why not come to our senior meeting and see what we have going on? New trips, new events, new parties will all be listed in our new schedule of events and activities.  Sign up for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) and stay for the meeting. Refreshments and a 50/50 raffle will follow the meeting.  Who knows - you just might win!

March 14 -

Defensive Driving Course

- Take this 7 hour course and possibly reduce the cost of your insurance. Class size is limited and you must be registered in order to attend NO WALK-INS ARE ALLOWED. Cost is $20.00 for AARP members, $25.00 for non-AARP members.  Payment is by check only.  Sign up for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) as no outside food is allowed in the building.

March 21 -

Slideshow Presentation

- Tracey O'Neil from Collette will be at the center to show us a slideshow of all the places you will be going if you signed up for the trip to Northern Ireland in November. Whether your going on the trip or not, come in and check out the show.  If you do wish to go, the deposit and mandatory insurance will be accepted after the presentation.  Itineraries are available.