EAST LONGMEADOW Senior Center Pleasant View Center, 328 North Main St. 413- 525-5436. Lunch is served daily. Call as a minimum a day earlier to sign in for lunch, served at midday. Breakfast Club: Every Tuesday morning, eight – 10 a.M. Enjoy pancakes, sausages, and more. Breakfast objects are fifty cents in step with the item. Senior Friendship Club: Call the center at least an afternoon in advance to order lunch. June 20: Picnic. All Friendship Club individuals devour free of charge. Must sign up for lunch earlier than June 19.June 27: Join us for an ice cream social at 12:15 p.M. Observed by way of a laugh afternoon with the Premier Swing Band as we bet which TV Themes the band is playing.
Movies: consists of a 10-minute intermission with refreshments. If coming for noon luncheon, name the senior middle as a minimum sooner or later ahead. June 25: “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” Pasta Dinner Fundraiser: June 20, five – 7 p.M. Support the East Longmeadow Fire Department Association and experience a pasta dinner prepared through the Fire Department. Tickets are $7 in keeping with the person to be bought at the senior center. Knitting Class: Thursdays at 1 p.M. Bring a bit you are operating on or learn new styles. The cost is $5, consistent with magnificence. Call the senior middle to sign up for knitting elegance. Heaven Book Study: On Fridays at 10:45 a.M., study heaven and what the bible has to mention approximately it. Co-leaders for this group ask those who join the e-book observe to buy their very own reproduction of “Heaven” by using Randy Alcorn.
Wednesdays: Walkers, 8 a.M.; Exercise, 8:30 a.M.; Chair Exercise, nine a.M.; bocce, 10 a.M.; cribbage, 10 a.M.; deaf seniors, 10 a.M.; Tai Chi Level 1, 10 a.M.; French, 11 a.M.; chair volleyball, 1 p.M.; Zumba with Grace, $five, 4 p.M.
Thursdays: Bosu Balance, nine a.M.; Trivia, 10 a.M.; billiards coaching, 10 a.M.; exercising, 10:45 a.M.; Canasta, 12:30 p.M. Fridays: Walkers, eight a.M.; exercising, 8:30 a.M. Chair Exercise, eight: forty five a.M.; bean bag baseball, 9:30 a.M.; art magnificence, 10 a.M.; cribbage, 10 a.M.; dominoes, 1 p.M.; needlework, 1 p.M.; Chair Yoga, $5, 2 p.M.; line dancing magnificence, four p.M. Mondays: Walkers, eight a.M.; exercise, 8:30 a.M.; chair exercise, nine a.M.; exercise, 10: forty-five a.M.; pitch, 12:30 p.M.; Zumba health/firming, 4:15 p.M. Tuesdays: Breakfast Club, nine – 10:30 a.M.; Bosu Balance, 8:30 a.M.; Tai Chi, Level three, nine:30 a.M.; Tai Chi, Level 2, 10:30 a.M.; mahjong, 12:30 p.M.; film, 12: forty-five p.M.
ENFIELD Senior Center 299 Elm St. 860-763-7425, <strong>enfield-ct.Gov</strong> and click on on Senior Center. Morning Toast: Starting at eight:30 – 10 a.M., enjoy toast or English muffins with a cup of espresso or tea. Lunch is also presented each day for $2.50 at noon by using calling 860-763-7428 the day earlier than. Bingo: Every Tuesday, 6:30 p.M. Public supper is previous to recreation play, starting at four:30 p.M. DAY TRIPS: Available on the market on or after the ride signal-up date. Aug. 12: Aqua Turf, Kenny, and Dolly Tribute Show. Cost $102 in line with the individual. Trip sign-up is June 14 in the eating room. Aug. 24: Saratoga Raceway. Cost $87 in keeping with man or woman. Trip sign-up is June 28 at 10 a.M. Inside the eating room.
Sept. 19: One World Observatory and 11th of September Memorial Museum. Cost $117. Oct. 15: Covered Bridges of New Hampshire-Fitzwilliam Inn. The trip fee is $102 per man or woman. The trip sign update is Aug. 16 at 10 a.M. Inside the eating room. Upcoming Multi-Day Trips: Reservations are being well-known for multi-day adventures. Sept. 24-Oct. 1: Mackinac Island, pricing starts offevolved at $1,536 in step with the person. Nov. Nine-24: New York to Panama Canal Cruise, pricing starts at $1,999 in line with the person. LONGMEADOW Senior Center, 231 Maple Road, 413- 565-4150.
Tri-Town Trolley: Senior van offerings are now available in Longmeadow among the hours of 9 a.M., And three p.M. Cost is $1 every way for in-metropolis transportation and $2 each manner for journeys outside of Longmeadow. 24-hours notification is needed for booking at 413-525-5412. Summer Concert: June 19, 12:30 p.M. With Zack Danziger Movie Days: Movies begin at 12:15 p.M. Popcorn and water provided. June 20: “First Man” Sheryl Faye as Eleanor Roosevelt: June 26, 12:30 p.M. Captivating historic performance portrays the existence and times of Eleanor Roosevelt. Neil Diamond Tribute Event: June 27, 7 p.M. With Charlie Lask. Trips: June 21: 3rd Annual Thrive After 55 Wellness Fair. 70 exhibitors, 100s of raffle prizes, compelling seminars, and free boxed lunch that will help you THRIVE! $5 fee reserves your seat. Van leaves at nine:45 a.M. And returns from Springfield College around 2 p.M.