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Thank You! • 1st Donuts • Anderson Audiology • Busy B Bakery • Dancing Rivers Grapevine • Donut Wheel • Dunkin’ Donuts • Ernie’s Seafood • Gotta Go Tours by Patti • Heartland Bedford • Hurst Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation
The Senior Pipeline April 2013 Vol. 5 Issue 5
• Lion Hospice • North Hills Hospital • Regency at North Richland Hills • Senior Crossroads • Seniors Helping Seniors • Smile Donuts • The Partners Insurance Group
Upcoming Events •
• Lawn Games in the Park •
Ping Pong Tournament
Unforgettable Arkansas Tour
West Texas Journey Tour
(details in the May Senior Pipeline or see staff for more info) Visit Randy Foster’s blog at: http://stardustbyrandy.blogspot.com/ Cecil Kearney’s Hurst Senior Center blog at: http://hursttech.blogspot.com/ and http://hsc-pix.blogspot.com
Check out the Calendar for NEW events and programs! Get Active and Get Involved! A publication from the Hurst Senior Citizens Activities Center
Senior Pipeline Tidings...
By: Maurine LeCocq, Senior Center Journalist
Have you ever wondered how many instructors we have at the Sr. Center? I did. So I sat down and counted the number of instructors listed in the Senior Pipeline and was amazed. I counted 28 instructors teaching 53 classes. Ten instructors who are members of the Senior Center volunteer their services to teach us a variety of classes. Barbara Albright teaches Beginners Line Dance, Intermediate Line Dance and Couple’s Dance. Linda Fitzjarrell teaches Mahjongg. Tommy Prisoc is teaching a class called, “Got A Computer. Now What. . .” Cecil Kearney teaches E-Mail Only, Intermediate Computers, and is there to help in the Computer Lab. Michael Gamble teaches Exploring the Internet. Fannette Welton teaches Power Point and The Joys of Going Digital as well as other classes from time to time. Derinda Peyton is Vice Queen of the Happy Hatters of Hurst and volunteers a lot of her time for this group of ladies. Did you know that we have an active Grief Support Group here at the Sr. Center? Dr. Joanne Pryor-Carter from Lion Hospice volunteers her time and support toward this group. Bob Shultz donates a lot of his time as a volunteer working with the History of Aircraft Group. Bob is also in charge of the Aircraft and Helicopter Science Group that promotes science and math in public schools. Janet Swain leads a Hatha Yoga group. The staff members provide a variety of classes for us. Diana Conway has been in charge of Crafty Corner, Bead Mania and Glass Fusion. Laura Gore is teaching Get to Know a Computer. Ron Beall has been teaching those interested in learning how to play pool, improve their game, as well as being in charge of the monthly Pool Tournaments. We had our first ladies “Powder Puff
Exercise & Fitness
Walking Group (14 laps make a mile!)
Mon. & Wed. & Fri. 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Tournament” last month, led by Barbara Humpreys. Look out guys! Two programs at the Senior Center are provided by outside services. North Hills Hospital sends a speaker to us each month in support of our Dr.’s Health Talk which has been very enlightening to all who attended. Senior Citizen Services will be having a Chronic Disease Workshop this month. Kudos to all of the above wonderful people who are donating their time and talents for our benefit. If you have a skill or talent that you think some of us would find interesting, please discuss it with Michelle Varley, Linda Provence or Linda Rea. They are always open for new ideas. We certainly can’t forget to acknowledge all our other great instructors who are teaching us so many interesting things here at the Senior Center. Gerald Campbell, Jan Cook, Susan Gardens, David Hyland, Margaret Leatherwood, Stephanie Mahelona, Candi Miller, Victoria Pederson, Carla Riffel, Gina Shelton, Debbie Smith, Tressa Tatyrek and Arlene Taylor. All of these wonderful people are enriching the lives of all of us here at the Senior Center. A HUGE Thank You to Each And Every One of You! ! !
Hurst Residents Non-Residents
$20 per year $5 day pass $80 per year $10 day pass
Operating Hours: Monday-Wednesday, 7 am - 7 pm Thursday, 7 am - 9 pm Friday, 7 am - 7 pm Closed Saturday & Sunday
Senior Center Staff Linda Rea Michelle Varley Laura Gore Linda Provence Ron Beall Diana Conway Barbara Humphreys Elaine Wicker
Director Activities Coordinator Senior Secretary Asst. Activ. Coordinator Part-Time Attendant Part-Time Attendant Part-Time Attendant Part-Time Attendant
Hurst Senior Citizens Activities Center 700 Heritage Circle Hurst, Texas 76053 817.788.7710 www.ci.hurst.tx.us
Mondays 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Tue. & Fri. 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Duplicate Bridge Tue. & Thur. 12:30 - 4:30 pm
Hand & Foot Canasta
Tues. & Thur. 2:00 - 5:00 pm
Yoga for Beginners (DVD) Mondays 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Richard Simmons - Sweatin’ to the Oldies(DVD) Mondays & Wednesdays 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Tue. & Thur. 10:00 - 11:00 am
Mondays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Wednesdays 10:00 - 12:00 am
Richard Simmons - Silver Foxes (DVD)
Tue. & Thur. 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
(Lessons for Beginners on Tuesdays) Tue. & Thur. 9:00 - 11:00 am Mondays 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Walk Away the Pounds (DVD)
Yoga for Weight Management (DVD)
Tue. & Thur. 10:00 - 4:30 pm
Ping Pong Check equipment out from front desk.
Wednesdays 6:00 - 6:45 pm Fridays 1:00 - 1:45 pm
Fridays 9:00 - 9:30 am
Richard Simmons - Disco Sweat (DVD) Fridays 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tables open during regular Senior Center hours
Fridays 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Special Billard Room Times Member Organized Play
Arts, Crafts & Misc.
Mon. & Thur. 8:00 - 12:00 pm
MEMBERSHIP at the Senior Center is required and is open to Seniors ages 55 & over.
Tai Chi for Arthritis (DVD)
Novice Play Tues. & Thur. 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tournaments (sign up required) See calendar for schedule Puzzles Check the library for the latest jigsaw puzzle
Skip Bo Mondays 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Wii Play Mondays 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ceramics & Wine Bottles* Tue. & Thur. 9:00 - 1:00 pm
Coupon Clique Tue. & Thur. 9:00 - 12:00 pm
Open Glass Fusion* 2nd Tue. 2:00 pm & 3rd Thur. 6:00 pm
Knot-a-Lot Wednesdays 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Tuesdays 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
* With the exception of Ceramics, Wine Bottles & Glass Fusion, open activities generally do not require a fee.
Monthly Social and Special Events DANCES - Join us on the 2nd & 4th Thursday nights of the month at 7 pm in the Multipurpose Room for a great night out! Come to dance the night away or just listen to some fabulous music! Live Band and light refreshments. Dances are $5 at the door and open to Seniors from all over the Metroplex. Invite your friends! April 11
Country Dance - Classic Country
Variety Dance - Bill G Band
PLANT & SEED SWAP (95082N 1/25/Patio) Wednesday, April 3, 2 pm Is your ivy out of control? Your spider plant having babies? Bring these and other cuttings and seeds and join us on the Senior Center Patio to share with other plant and garden enthusiasts. FREE! MOVIE & MUNCHIES (95001N 5/75/MP) Friday, April 5, 1:00 pm Once a month (typically the 1st Friday) we offer a current movie with “munchies” - including popcorn, drinks, and a snack for only $3. This month’s feature is “Bernie”, starring Jack Black, Shirley McClaine and Matthew McConaughey. In the tiny, rural town of Carthage, TX, assistant funeral director Bernie Tiede was one of the town’s most beloved resident. It came as no surprise when he befriended Marjorie Nugent, an affluent widow who was as well known for her sour attitude as her fortune. The people of Carthage were shocked when it was reported that Marjorie was dead and Bernie was charged with murder. Please sign up in advance. BIRTHDAY PARTY (95006N 5/75/MPN) Wednesday, April 10, 3:00 pm Come let us honor you on your special day. It doesn’t have to be your birthday to attend, the party is open to all Senior Center Members. Please sign up at the front desk. FREE! Sponsored by Heartland Bedford. AGE OF CHAMPIONS (95077N 1/300/MP), Thursday, April 18, Show Times 10:00 am; 11:30 am; 2:30 pm; 4:00 pm; 7:00 pm Age of Champions is the award-winning documentary following five competitors who sprint, leap and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics. You will be infectiously inspired after watching this film that promotes the message of lifelong health and wellness. Popcorn & Sodas provided. FREE! BREAKFAST CLUB (95015N 10/50/MP) Friday, April 19, 8:30 am Wake up and get up to the Senior Center for a hearty breakfast. Enjoy fresh made waffles and sausage links, juice and coffee. Fresh fruit sponsored by Dancing Rivers Grapevine. Seating limited. $3 per person. EMPOWERING SENIORS FOCUS GROUP (95083N 1/300/MP) Friday, April 19, 9:30 am It is time for the planners to start planning the next Empowering Seniors event and they need your input. Rebecca Barksdale and Ron Parrish will be joining us for breakfast and have a brief meeting following to gather your ideas and thoughts. Please come tell them what you hope to see and hear about at the next Empowering Seniors event. DOCUMENT SHREDDING Friday, April 26, 10:00 am—12:00 pm Start your spring cleaning by bringing all those unwanted documents and files to the Senior Center to be shredded and securely recycled by First Shred. FREE!
CREATIVE ARTS Basic Drawing (91088N 3 / 1 2 / C R B ) Mondays, April 1 - 29, 9 am - 10 am Learn basic drawing techniques. Bring your own sketchbook and pencils. Instructor: Arlene Taylor, $30/mo. Continuing Drawing (91025N 3/12/CRB) Mondays, April 1 - 29, 10 am - 12 pm Class for those with basic experience. Bring your own sketchbook and pencils. Instructor: Arlene Taylor, $30/mo. Glass Fusion (91073N 1/10/CRB) Wednesday, April 3, 1 pm Learn to cut glass and more as you create a pendant for a necklace. Limit 2 pieces per class ($5 each for additional piece). Instructor: Staff, $15 class fee. Crafting for HSAC (91094N 1/10/CRB) Friday, April 5 & 19, 10 am Join the staff as they work to create quick and easy items to sell at the 2013 Craft & Holiday Market. Proceeds from the sale of the items will benefit the Senior Center. Crafty Corner I (91049N 1/10/CRB) Monday, April 8, 2:30 pm Leaf print trinket dish. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5. Supply fee $5. Crafty Corner II (91057N 1/16/LC ) Monday, April 15, 2:30 pm Now that you have made all these jewelry, ceramic, or quilting projects, what do you do with them now? List them on Etsy.com! Come to the computer learning center and learn how to list and sell them. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5. Bead Mania I (91048N 1/10/CRB) Monday, April 22, 2:30 pm Beaded Watch Bracelet. Why wear a boring watch when you can wear a stylish, beaded watch! Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5; Supply fee $12. Jewelry Making (91095N 1/10/CRB ) Thursday, April 25, 6 pm. Chili Pepper necklace to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Instructor fee $5; Supply fee $10. Bead Mania II (91056N 1/10/CRB ) Monday, April 29, 2:30 pm Angel ceiling fan pull. Replace those boring ceiling fan pulls with something cute. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5; Supply fee $5.
Writing Group (94064M 1 / 1 5 / C R B ) Thursdays, March 8 - April 25, 9 - 11 am Creating poetry, short stories and novels; rewriting and editing. Understanding copyright laws and plagiarism. Do you need an illustrator and/or agent? Marketing, publishing? Bring pen/pencil, paper, eraser and imagination! Feel free to drop in and see what we have going on. $30 for 8-week session. Instructor: Victoria Pedersen You Can Paint with Oils (91074N 6/15/SA) Friday, April 26, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Paint a “Springtime Wildflowers in Texas Hill Country” in one inspiring lesson. Instructor: Susan Gardens. Supplies provided. $15 instructor fee, $18 supply fee. Quilter’s Choice (91024N 1 /10/ SB ) Mondays 10 am - 1 pm Project of the month: Drunkard’s Path. Supply list provided the first day of class. Instructor: Margaret Leatherwood $25/ mo. Quilter’s Lab (91078N 1/10/SB) Tuesdays 10 am - 1 pm Instructor assistance w/your project. Instructor: Jan Cook. $25/mo. Beginner Quilt Making (91047N 1/10/SB) Wednesdays 10 am - 1 pm Learn to quilt with “Bright Beginnings” pattern. Instructor: Jan Cook. $25 per month. Open Wine Bottles (91054N 1/20/SA) Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9 am to 1 pm. Bring your own bottle(s), then decide if you want to make a serving tray, lamp or both. Lamps require a $3 cutting fee and a light kit. Bring your own light kit or purchase one through the instructor. Decals available at an additional charge. Instructor: Debbie Smith $5 monthly fee. Open Ceramics (91001N 1/20/SA) Tues. & Thurs. from 9 am to 1 pm. Bring your own ceramics supplies. Kilns on site. Instructor: Debbie Smith $5 monthly fee. Open Glass Fusion (91092N 1/10/CRB) 2nd Tue. at 2 pm & 3rd Thur. at 6 pm. Staff facilitated use of the Senior Center jewelry kilns. Use your own materials. Participants are required to have taken the Glass Fusion class at least once. The Senior Center and/or staff is not responsible for outcome of fired pieces. $5 monthly fee.
FUN, GAMES & GROUPS Potluck BINGO! (95002N 5/75/MP ) Thursday, April 4, 6 pm Bring a side dish or dessert to share with the group. The Senior Center provides the main entrée (King Ranch Casserole), drinks and prizes. FREE!
Grief Support (94036N 1/15/CRA) Thursday, April 25, 10:00 am This group is for those dealing with the loss of a loved one and meets on the 4th Friday of each month. Sponsored by Lion Hospice and facilitated by Dr. Joanne Pryor-Carter, LPC.
Billard’s Corner Must sign up to play in organized games. • 9-Ball Tournament/Doubles (95078N 8/24/BIL) Friday, April 12, 11:00 am Sign up early. $3 per person. • 8-Ball Tournament/Singles (95029N 8/16/BIL) Friday, April 26, 11:00 am Sign up early. $3 per person. Prizes and refreshments sponsored by Hurst Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation. • Ladies Powder Puff Pool (95079N 8/16/BIL) Wednesday, April 24, 2 pm Join Barbara Humphreys for a fun afternoon of friendly, semi-competitive play just between girls. No prizes, just bragging rights! Sponsored by Seniors Helping Seniors. FREE!
Happy Hatters’ Meeting (95040N 1/75/MP) Thursday, April 11, 11:00 am Join “The Happy Hatters of Hurst” for salad and desserts and a special presentation by humorist Jerrie Shubert as “DizAstor”. $2 donation for the “Hatters’ Fund” can be paid at meeting check in. Be sure to wear your hat!
Aircraft & Helicopter Science Group (95031M 1/30/CRB) Thursday, April 4 & 18, 2:00 - 3:00 pm Join Bob Shultz and this group interested in promoting science and math in public schools. FREE!
Volunteers We are always looking for people to teach classes; share a talent or expertise; start a new game group; set up, keep up and clean up around the Center and more. Hours are based on your availablity. Volunteer opportunities are listed in the Volunteer binder located at the front desk or you can be added to our monthly e-mail group. Contact Michelle Varley or Linda Provence to get involved.
Sing-a-Long (94043N 1/30/SA) April 1, 3:00 pm Come sing to good old country and rock’n roll songs. This month we will debut new gospel music songs! Lyrics on screen. FREE! Texas Hold’em Tournament (95007N 1/24/MPS) Wednesday, April 24, 2:00 - 4:00 pm Prizes, food & fun! Sponsored by Mike Smith, The Partners Insurance Group. FREE! Open Wii Play - ALL DAY Mondays, 10:00 am - 5:00 PM. Join us in Studio A for a variety of Wii Games throughout the day! No experience necessary. FREE!
Bingo in the Afternoon (95058N 5/75/MP) Wednesday, April 17, 2:00 pm Join us for an exciting afternoon of B-I-NG-O! Light refreshments and beverages provided. Please sign up in advance. Prizes sponsored by Regency at North Richland Hills. FREE!
Caring Covers Our Senior Center members are like a close-knit family. So when one of our members is sick, has lost a loved one or is just having a rough time of it, we want to reach out to them. Our Knot-a-Lot group wants to share their “knotted” creations with those that need to know someone cares. Please advise the front desk staff if you know of a fellow member who is in the hospital, grieving or feeling down, so that a “Caring Cover” prayer shawl can be shared with them.
EDUCATION/SEMINARS/TRAVEL BP Check 1st Wednesday of the month, 10:00 - 11:00 am Stop by the front lobby and get your blood pressure checked by a licensed nurse and visit with Shelly Cone, Marketing Representative for Hurst Plaza Nursing & Rehab. FREE! Anderson Audiology 4th Friday of the month, 10:00 - 11:00 am Ask questions, get answers and have your hearing aid batteries changed. Sponsored by Anderson Audiology. Lunch & Learn (94026N 1/25/MPN) Thursday, April 4, 11 am Come grab a FREE slice of pizza and learn what you need to know about Medicare Special Enrollment. Pizza is FREE!, but registration is required. Sponsored by Partners Insurance Group. Genealogy (94033N 1/16/LC) Monday, April 8, 2:00 pm Tresa Tatyrek will present how to find records and information through local repositories, Dallas & Grapevine Public Libraries and Fort Worth Archives. Class will meet in the computer learning center. Please sign up so we are sure to have enough seats available. FREE! Gotta Go Tours Presents (94055N 1/75/SA) Tuesday, April 9, 11 am Join Gotta Go Tours owner Patti Harrell and embark on a West Texas Journey. Come hear about this unique trip to Lubbock & Amarillo as well as other trips that are planned. Dr.’s Health Talk (94056N 1/25/SA) Wednesday, April 10, 2 pm Come hear our guest physician from North Hills Hospital present an overview of allergy symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and management. FREE! Chronic Disease Workshop (94071N 1/20/CRA) Tuesdays, April 16 - May 21, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Take control of your health! Learn better ways to live with chronic conditions like heart disease, diabetes, asthma and arthritis and get insights on how to better take care of someone who has a chronic disease. Workshop is FREE! Need more information before committing to the six week session? Join us for a Chronic Disease information session (94070N 1/20/CRA) Tuesday, April 9, 10 am. History of Aircraft (94030N 1/20/CRB) Wednesday, April 17, 2 pm “A Grunts Perspective on Military Aviation.” Major Wes Shultz prepared this amazing perspective of today and tomorrows special needs of the Marine Soldier. Emphasis on the use of drones in lieu of many of todays Military aircraft and helicopters and a unique look at military aviation needs. Be prepared to challenge your thinking on the use of military aircraft and helicopter! FREE! Trauma Drills Tour (94073N 1/30/offsite) Thursday, April 18, 2:30 pm North Hills Hospital has invited us to see first hand how they train for emergency situations. Meet at the Senior Center and then carpool to the hospital for our guided tour. FREE! CPR Training (94072N 1/6/SA) Monday, April 29, 1:30 pm Class includes hands on instruction in CPR and training on how to use an AED. Participants will receive a book and AHA certification card. Instructor: Gerald Campbell. Instructor fee $35; Supply fee $12. Tours NOW open for registration! Check the Travel Desk for details: • Gotta Go Tours: Unforgettable Arkansas (94068M), May 14 - 16, 2013
Gotta Go Tours: West Texas Journey (94069M), July 5 - 7, 2013 Collette Tours: Irish Splendor (94067M), November 5 - 12, 2013
FITNESS/HEALTH/WELLNESS Open Fitness Fitness room with all the latest equipment for your workouts. For your protection, you must wear closed toed shoes with rubber soles when using the fitness room. Please limit equipment use to 30 minutes at a time. Orientation required before use. See calendar for Tuesday and Friday orientation schedules. DVD Exercise Classes Join friends and come to these FREE DVD led classes with staff participation. See the “Open Activities” schedule for days and times. Registration is not required. Yoga Classes Yoga attempts to balance mind and body via physical postures, controlled breathing, relaxation & meditation. Improve balance, flexibility, strength and more. Classes are designed for all levels. Bring a yoga mat. • Hatha Yoga (92035N 3/25/MPS) Tuesdays, 2:30 pm. Instructor: Janet Swain. FREE! • Yoga Therapy (92052N 3/15/MPS) Tuesdays, 5:45 pm. Instr: G. Shelton. $20/5 classes. Line Dancing Join Instructor Barbara Albright on Thursdays for FREE dance classes. • Beginners Line Dance (92054N 5/30/MP) 1 –1:45 pm - Entry level line dancing class. • Intermediate Line Dance(92055N5/30/MP) 1:45 - 2:30 pm - Some experience is good. Couple Dance (92056N
Fri., 4/12, 10 am Learn a variety of partner dances. FREE!
Zumba Gold (92001N 5/30/MP) Mon’s & Wed’s, 10:00 - 10:45 am. Latin inspired fitness dance class designed specifically for seniors. $40/10 sessions (within 6 months). Hawaiian Dance Lessons (92047N 1/20/MPN) Wednesdays, 11 am. Class includes a variety of traditional Hawaiian dances and brief history lessons about Hawaii. Class members can participate in our annual Luau event in August. Instructor: Stephanie Mahelona. FREE! Belly Dance Lessons (92046N $12.50/5 classes.
Tuesdays, 1:00 pm. Instructor: Candi Miller.
Tai Chi(92049N 3/20/MP) Wednesdays 9:00 - 9:55 am. Chinese system of slow meditative physical exercise designed for relaxation, balance and health. Instructor: David Hyland. FREE! Fit Start I Exercise Class Tuesdays (92036N 5/30/MPS), Thursdays (92058N 5/30/MPS), 9 am & Wednesdays (92063N 5/30/MPS), 5:45 pm. Instructor led fitness class designed for those just starting to exercise and also for those with low mobility. Please bring a bottle of water with you. Tue $12.50/5 classes; Wed $10/4 classes; Thur $10/4 classes. Fit Start II Exercise Class (92050N 5/30/MPS) Wednesdays, 9 am. Class is for those ready to move to the next level in their fitness. Class will include floor exercises. Please bring an exercise mat and a bottle of water with you. $10/4 classes. Personal Training Interested in getting personal training? See Gerald Campbell. $35/hr. Chair Massage (PoS) Wednesdays 10 am - 11 am Massage benefits include: stress relief, immune system boost, improved circulation, muscle pain relief and more. Appointment is required, see front desk. Therapist: David Hyland. $1 per minute.
COMPUTER CLASSES Computer Lab Tuesdays, 9:00 am 10:00 am. Instructor available to assist with topics from the classes offered at the Senior Center. No specific class instruction. Sign up not required. FREE! Email Only (93027N 1/5/LC) Tuesdays, 10:00 am - 11:00 am (No class 4/30.) Class features a new topic each week for those new to Yahoo mail. Class limit 5. Instructor: Cecil Kearney. FREE! • Email 101 - Set up; Compose Mail • Email 102 - Tabs; Folders; Buttons; Contacts • Email 103 - Options; Themes • Email 104 - Folders; Filters; Signature
Joys of Going Digital (93021N 1/16/LC) Fridays 9:30 am - 10:30 am (No class 4/26.) Each of these classes will help you gain confidence in technology and enable you to converse with your grandchildren and others. Instructor: Fannette Welton. FREE! • April 5: iPad
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April 12: YouTube April 19: iPhone April 26: Flash Drives
Intermediate Computers (93016N 1/5/LC) Tuesdays, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm (No class 4/30.) New topic each week for those ready to increase their computer skills. Limit 5. Instructor: Cecil Kearney. FREE! • Week 1 - Intermediate E-mail • Week 2 - Intermediate MS Word • Week 3 - Intermediate Searching • Week 4 - Create a Family History Blog
PowerPoint (93036N 1/16/LC) Tuesdays, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm & Thursdays, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm In this series, you will learn how to import your pictures into PowerPoint to create a digital storybook or scrapbook. We will use PowerPoint to edit our pictures as well as add additional features to enhance your project. It will be helpful if you bring digital images with you. You might also want to bring a flash drive for saving your work. Please note this class meets twice a week to ensure you have enough time to learn the features and work on a project. No previous experience is necessary. FREE!
Senior Center Website & Member Blogs (93035N 1/16/LC) Tuesday, April 30, 10:00 am & 11:15 am Learn your way around the Senior Center website and member blogs, including how to find the photos that were taken at Senior Center events. Instructor: Cecil Kearney. FREE!
File Management (93026N 1/16/LC) Monday, April 8 & 15, 11 am Files and Folders: The Good, Bad and Ugly. Learn the essentials to organizing your stuff on your PC. Find out about the ins and outs of files and folders and Windows Explorer. Instructor: Michael Gamble. FREE!
Get to Know a Computer (93017N 1/8/LC) Wednesdays, 10:00 am - 11:00 am Class for those who have never used a computer. Become familiar with the mouse, keyboard and basic functions of using a computer. Instructor: Laura Gore. FREE!
Privacy & Security (93034N 1/16/LC) Monday, April 22 & 29, 11 am Learn the essentials of using a PC safely with a healthy dose of paranoia. Minimize your exposure to viruses, fraud, etc. Instructor: Michael Gamble. FREE!
Crafty Corner II (91057N 1/16/LC) This class will teach you how to use Etsy.com to list & sell your craft items. This website works much like ebay and other such sites. Check this class out if you are interested in selling online. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee: $5
Got Computer? Now What? (93037N 1/16/LC) Thursday, April 25 & May 2, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Do you have a computer, but aren’t sure what to do with it? Come to this class to learn where to start and what to do next. Instructor: Tommy Prisoc. FREE!
8:30 Sign-ups 9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Continuing Drawing 10:00 Email 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 11:15 Intermed. Computers 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 1:00 Belly Dance 3:00 Sing-a-Long 2:30 Hatha Yoga 4:00 PowerPoint 5:45 Yoga Therapy 6:00 Fitness Orientation (92025)
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 Blood Pressure Checks 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 1:00 Glass Fusion 2:00 Plant & Seed Swap 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Fit Start I 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Continuing Drawing 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 Email 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chronic Disease Inform. 11:00 File Management 11:00 Gotta Go Tours Presents 2:00 Genealogy 11:15 Intermed. Computers 2:30 Crafty Corner I 1:00 Belly Dance 2:30 Hatha Yoga 4:00 PowerPoint 5:45 Yoga Therapy
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Dr.’s Health Talk 3:00 Birthday Party 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Fit Start I 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Continuing Drawing 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 Email 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chronic Disease Wrkshop 11:00 File Management 11:15 Intermed. Computers 2:30 Crafty Corner II 1:00 Belly Dance (Etsy.com) 2:30 Hatha Yoga 4:00 PowerPoint 5:45 Yoga Therapy 6:00 Fitness Orientation (92026)
Switzerland Trip Departs 9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Bingo in the Afternoon 2:00 History of Aircraft 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Basic Drawing 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Continuing Drawing 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 11:00 Privacy & Security 2:30 Bead Mania I
9:00 Basic Drawing 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Continuing Drawing 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 11:00 Privacy & Security 1:30 CPR Training 2:30 Bead Mania II
9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Email 10:00 Chronic Disease Wrkshop 11:15 Intermed. Computers 1:00 Belly Dance 2:30 Hatha Yoga 4:00 PowerPoint 5:45 Yoga Therapy
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Texas Hold’em 2:00 Ladies Powder Puff Pool 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Senior Center Website 10:00 Chronic Disease Wrkshop 11:15 Senior Center Website 1:00 Belly Dance 2:30 Hatha Yoga 4:00 PowerPoint 5:45 Yoga Therapy
See “Open Activities” for additional continuous classes & programs
9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Writing Group 1:00 Lunch & Learn 11 1:00 Beg. Line Dance 1:45 Inter. Line Dance 2:00 Aircraft & Helicopter 2::30 PowerPoint 6::00 Potluck Bingo
9:30 Joys of Going Digital 10:00 Crafting for HSAC 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92027) 1:00 Movies & Munchies
9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Writing Group 1:00 Happy Hatters’ Meeting 11 1:00 Beg. Line Dancing 1:45 Inter. Line Dancing 2::30 PowerPoint 7::00 Dance - Country
9:30 Joys of Going Digital 10:00 Couples Dance Class 11:00 9-Ball Tournament 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92028)
9:00 Fit Start I 0:00 Age of Champions 10 11 1:30 Age of Champions 1:00 Beg. Line Dancing 1:45 Inter. Line Dancing 2:00 Aircraft & Helicopter 2::30 Age of Champions 2::30 PowerPoint 2::30 N Hills Hosp Trauma Drills 4::00 Age of Champions 6::00 Got Computer? CANCELED 7::00 Age of Champions
8:30 Breakfast Club 9:30 Empower Sen Focus Group 9:30 Joys of Digital 10:00 Crafting for HSAC 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92029) 7:00 Heritage Village Presents: A concert in the park by the Northeast Orchestra
9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Writing Group 0:00 Grief Support 10 1:00 Beg. Line Dance 1:45 Inter. Line Dance 2::30 PowerPoint 6::00 Jewelry Making 6::00 Got Computer? Now What 7::00 Dance - Variety
9:30 You Can Paint 9:30 Joys of Digital 10:00 Anderson Audiology 10:00 Document Shredding 11:00 8-Ball Tournament 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92030)