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NEWS

Reinventing The Senior Center

TOWN OF FLOWER MOUND

May - June 2018

972.874.6110

SENIORS IN MOTION

Town of Flower Mound Flower Mound Senior Center 2701 West Windsor Drive www.flower-mound.com/seniors 972.874.6110

FLOWER MOUND SENIOR CENTER HOURS MONDAYS............................8 A.M. ͳ 5 P.M. TUESDAYS........................... 8 A.M. ͳ 8 P.M. WEDNESDAYS......................8 A.M. ͳ 5 P.M. THURSDAYS.........................8 A.M. ͳ 8 P.M. FRIDAYS...............................8 A.M. ͳ 5 P.M.

SENIOR CENTER STAFF Jaime Jaco-Cooper....Senior Center Manager Tracy Evans................Programs Coordinator Cheryl Dudich..............RecreaƟon Specialist Mary Ann Dull..............RecreaƟon Specialist Colleen Bahe...............RecreaƟon Specialist Maile Nacis..................RecreaƟon Specialist Nikole Sisneros ............RecreaƟon Specialist

MISSION STATEMENT

Ticket price includes $1,000

The Seniors In MoƟon (SIM) Program of Flower Mound is an organizaƟon of ciƟzens over 50 years of age which recognizes the value seniors contribute to our Town and strives to provide resources that enable the conƟnuaƟon of full, acƟve, healthy, and happy lives. The Seniors In MoƟon Program fosters a sense of community where seniors connect with others who share similar interests; plan and implement meaningful contribuƟons to the community; parƟcipate in opportuniƟes for personal growth; and experience genuine caring, support, and friendship.

in casino chips, food, beverages, live music, Las Vegas style casino games, silent auction, and prizes! SIMA, a friend of Flower Mound Seniors in Motion program, is a 501c3 non-profit that benefits Flower Mound Seniors.

SIM MEMBERSHIPS

Memberships can be purchased at the Senior Center Courtesy Desk. For Flower Mound residents, memberships are $10 per year. For non-residents, memberships are MMOW LUNCH PROGRAM $20 per year. TUESDAY & THURSDAY AT NOON $4 PER PERSON DAY PASSES Metroport Meals on Wheels will provide Guests may purchase a day pass to aƩend and serve meals from local restaurants. programs at the Flower Mound Senior Cen- Tickets will be sold the day of the lunch, ter. Day passes are $1 for Flower Mound beginning at 10:45 a.m. Please pay by Residents. For non-residents, day passes 11:45 a.m. As a courtesy, RSVP by the Friare $2. day prior to the lunch at the Senior Center Courtesy Desk or call 972.874.6110.

LUNCH PROGRAMS FRIDAY LUNCHES FRIDAY AT NOON • $2 PER PERSON Senior Center staff will prepare delicious meals every Friday! Meals may include fresh salads, sandwiches, hot dogs, soups, and more! Please check the Senior Center Courtesy Desk for the upcoming menu. Tickets must be purchased from the Senior Center Courtesy Desk by the Wednesday prior to the meal. For more informa on, please call 972.874.6110.


MAY SPECIAL EVENTS REGISTRATION: Members are asked to register for special events and trips. Members may register starƟng at 9 a.m. at the Flower Mound Senior Center, at the Community AcƟvity Center, or online at hƩps://acƟvenet.acƟve. com/flowermoundparksandrec. RegistraƟon order will be on a firstcome, first-served basis. Payment for trips and events are due at the Ɵme of registraƟon and can be made with cash, check, or credit card. REGISTRATION DATES: • Residents - Monday, April 23 • Non-Residents - Wednesday, April 25

MOVIE & PIZZA: HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS TUESDAY, MAY 1 • 5:30 P.M. • $2 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY APRIL 30 The SIM program will screen the movie Hello, My Name is Doris [R]. Sally Field stars in the hilarious story of a 60-something woman who is inspired by a selfhelp seminar to roman cally pursue her younger co-worker.

MAY LUNCH & LEARNS Join Seniors In Mo on during the lunch hour for educa onal seminars and a free lunch. All seminars begin at noon. • WEDNESDAY, MAY 2: “Loneliness in Seniors,” presented by Accolade Homecare. • WEDNESDAY, MAY 9: “Complete A-Z on Selling a Home,” presented by Keller Williams. • WEDNESDAY, MAY 16: “Pre-planning for Funeral Home Needs,” presented by Restland of Dallas. • WEDNESDAY, MAY 23: “Living with a Fixed Income,” presented by Edward Jones. • WEDNESDAY, MAY 30: “Medicare Made Clear,” presented by United Healthcare.

TED TALKS THURSDAY, MAY 3 • 6 P.M. • FREE CONFERENCE • RSVP BY MAY 2 Join SIM friends to watch and discuss the TED Talk, “Why we do what we do.” Tony Robbins discusses the “invisible forces” that make people do what they do, how to do things be er, and six basic human needs.

BENEFITS COUNSELING TUESDAY, MAY 1 • 10 A.M. • FREE CONFERENCE • RSVP BY MAY 2 On the first Tuesday of each month, trained counselors from the Area Agency on Aging will meet with SIM members one-on-one to answer ques ons regarding benefits and services available to senior ci zens. SIM ADVISORY BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 1 • 1 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO • NO RSVP REQUIRED Join the Seniors In Mo on Advisory Board and SIM staff for their monthly mee ng! LEARN TO USE THE FITNESS ROOM TUESDAY, MAY 1 • 1:30 P.M. • FREE FITNESS ROOM • RSVP BY APRIL 30 Learn how to use the equipment in the fitness room to get in shape with cer fied personal trainer and chiropractor, Dale Leonard. Sponsored by Leonard ChiropracƟc.

NEWCOMER MEET & GREET WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Meet the newest Seniors In Mo on members at this fun social. Members will get important informa on about the SIM program. Then, everyone can par cipate in fun ac vi es to meet new SIM friends. Sponsored by Aƫva Lewisville.

CINCO DE MAYO FRIDAY, MAY 4 • 11 A.M. • $4 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY MAY 1 Join SIM friends for a fiesta! Ballet Folklorico Ollimpaxqui returns to perform dances celebra ng Mexican tradi ons and culture. Enjoy delicious beef and chicken tacos with rice, beans, and all the fixings. Sponsored by Aƫva Lewisville. BREAKFAST FOR DINNER TUESDAY, MAY 8 • 6 P.M. • $4 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY MAY 4 Breakfast is the best meal of the day. Who says it must be served in the morning? Join SIM friends for yummy “brinner” of eggs, meats, and treats. SIMA BOARD MEETING WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 • 3:30 P.M. CONFERENCE • NO RSVP REQUIRED Join the SIM Auxiliary, Inc. to discuss upcoming fundraising events including the upcoming Casino Night! RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS: ROCKIN’ READERS THURSDAY, MAY 10 Back by popular demand! Help SIM give back to the community by dona ng to a local charity. In May, the SIM program will collect dona ons for Rockin’ Readers. This program is for kindergarten and firstgrade readers to get them excited about reading. By the end of the day, please bring a dona on of a new picture book appropriate for this reading level.

AFTER DARK PARTY THURSDAY, MAY 10 • 6:30 P.M. • $2 BALLROOM C • RSVP BY MAY 8 Join SIM friends for an evening of dinner, dancing, and live music. Enjoy live music performed by Tom & Brenda Sullinger and a light dinner. Sponsored by Autumn of Life. MOTHER’S DAY TEA FRIDAY, MAY 11 • NOON • $2 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY MAY 8 Join SIM to celebrate mothers and grandmothers with an elegant tea. Enjoy hot and cold tea along with tea sandwiches, salads, and dessert. Storyteller Liz Covington will talk about the origin of Mother’s Day. Sponsored by Aƫva Lewisville. KOBLE HEARING CLINIC TUESDAY, MAY 15 • 10 A.M. • FREE CONFERENCE • RSVP BY MAY 14 Visit the Flower Mound Senior Center for a free hearing screening, simple ear cleaning, or hearing-aid cleaning. Sponsored by Koble Hearing. BANANA SPLIT SOCIAL TUESDAY, MAY 15 • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • RSVP BY MAY 14 Join SIM friends to build your own delicious banana splits. Sponsored by Lake Village Nursing and RehabilitaƟon. AGELESS BEAUTY ART SHOW TUESDAY, MAY 15 • 5:30 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Join SIM for a celebra on of art that explores beauty in aging. See exhibits from local ar sts, including ar sts from the SIM Passion Pain ng Class. Sponsored by Senior Services. MOVIE & A MEAL: DARKEST HOUR FRIDAY, MAY 18 • 10 A.M. • $2 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY MAY 15 Join SIM to watch the Oscar-winning movie, Darkest Hour. During the early days of World War II, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the newly-appointed Bri sh Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to nego ate with Adolf Hitler or fight on against incredible odds. GARDENING SWAP FRIDAY, MAY 18 • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Bring gently-used pots, planters, and gardening tools to swap with SIM friends for new-to-you items. VOICES OF FLOWER MOUND CONCERT TUESDAY, MAY 22 • 6 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Visit the Senior Center for a special evening of music. The celebrated Voices of Flower Mound choir will perform special concert for SIM members.


MAY SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER BUNCH WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 • 5 P.M. VERF’S • NO RSVP REQUIRED Meet up with the SIM Dinner Bunch for good food and friends at Verf’s located at 2221 Jus n Road in Flower Mound (entrees range $12 - $30). COLOR CODE PERSONALITY TEST THURSDAY, MAY 24 • 6 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED What hue are you? The Color Code Personality Assessment is a comprehensive, and easy to use personality test. Unlike other personality tests, the Color Code not only iden fies what you do but why you do it, allowing you to gain much deeper and more useful insights into what makes you. DISCO PARTY FRIDAY, MAY 25 • 11 A.M. • $4 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY MAY 22 Kick-off the summer and get funky at the annual SIM Memorial Day party. Put on your groovy bell bo oms and psychedelic shirts and boogie to disco music by Rhonda Medina. Then, enjoy a lunch of all-beef hot dogs, chili, chips, and dessert. Sponsored by Living Well Senior Care. SINGLES NIGHT OUT! THURSDAY, MAY 31 • 5 P.M. RSVP BY MARCH 21 The SIM program is taking the popular Singles Night Out program on the road. Meet at the Flower Mound Senior Center, then ride the bus to Cafe Italia in Grapevine.

The Town of Flower Mound invites the community to join toͲ gether in observance to remember all fallen soldiers of war. Theprogramwillfeatureakeynotespeaker,ColorGuard,patriͲ oƟcmusic,bagpipers,andawreathpresentaƟon.Thisisafree eventthatisopentothepublic. TheTownisalsoaskingresidentstosubmitapictureandbioof a fallen hero which will be added to a special Wall of Honor, and recognized during the event. The Honor Wall will be disͲ playedduringtheeventanddisplayedinsideTownHallfortwo weeks.TosubmitafallenAmericanherotobefeaturedonthe HonorWall,pleasecompletetheonlineformorsubmitapaper copyoftherecogniƟonformalongwithapictureand200Ͳword summary about the soldier’s life and death and email ittoHonorWall@ŇowerͲmound.combythedeadlineofFriday, May11,2017.SubmissionsfromlastyearwillautomaƟcallybe displayedagainatthisyear'sevent. FormoreinformaƟon,pleasecalltheParksandRecreaƟonDiͲ visionat972.874.6300.

MAY DAY TRIPS EARLY VOTING TRIP* TUESDAY, MAY 1 • FREE DEPART 1 P.M. • RETURN 2 P.M. Need a li to the polls to vote in the Town Council elec ons? Join SIM friends to go vote and then reward yourself with ice cream at Marble Slab Creamery ($5 - $8). LES MISERABLES IN FAIR PARK* THURSDAY, MAY 3 • $39 DEPART 12:30 P.M. • RETURN 5:30 P.M. The Dallas Summer Musicals presents the award-winning musical, Les Miserables. In 19th-Century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert a er breaking parole, agrees to care for a factory worker’s daughter. The decision changes their lives forever. FARMERS BRANCH ROSE GARDEN*** MONDAY, MAY 7 • FREE DEPART 9:30 A.M. • RETURN 1:30 P.M. Take a trip to Farmers Branch for a tour of the EarthKind Rose & Display Garden, home to over 400 different roses. Following the tour, enjoy lunch at Babe’s Chicken Dinner House (entrees $11).

PROHIBITION CHICKEN SPEAK EASY* WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 • $24 DEPART 4:30 P.M. • RETURN 8 P.M. Escape into the hidden speakeasy inside Prohibi on Chicken to sample various “Sup Sauces” with homestyle-fried chicken. As a special treat, storytellers will tell facina ng tales from Denton County history. Ticket price includes chicken, unlimited familystyle sides, beverage, and gratuity.

PROGRESSIVE DINNER** WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 • FREE DEPART 5:30 P.M. • RETURN 8:30 P.M. Take a culinary tour of local senior living communi es in Flower Mound! The evening will begin with wine and appe zers. Next the group will travel to a different loca on for dinner. Finally, everyone will head back to the Senior Center for coffee and dessert.

FRANK BUCK ZOO*** MONDAY, MAY 14 • $6 DEPART 9 A.M. • RETURN 3 P.M. Visit Gainesville to tour the Frank Buck Zoo! Visitors can tour this quaint li le zoo with less than one mile of walking and can enjoy a flamingo-feeding experience. For lunch, everyone will visit the famous Fried Pie Co. & Restaurant (entrees $5 - $10).

ROUGH RIDERS GAME*** MONDAY, MAY 21 • $40 DEPART 10 A.M. • RETURN 3 P.M. Watch the Frisco Rough Riders take on the Corpus Chris Hooks in a private, air-condi oned suite! Ticket price includes allyou-can-eat ballpark favorites, beverages, and a Rough Riders souvenir.

KNOW YOUR LIMITS! WALKING KEY: * LITTLE WALKING REQUIRED ** SOME WALKING REQUIRED *** EXTENSIVE WALKING REQUIRED


JUNE SPECIAL EVENTS REGISTRATION: Members are asked to register for special events and trips. Members may register starƟng at 9 a.m. at the Flower Mound Senior Center, at the Community AcƟvity Center, or online at hƩps://acƟvenet.acƟve. com/flowermoundparksandrec. RegistraƟon order will be on a firstcome, first-served basis. Payment for trips and events are due at the Ɵme of registraƟon and can be made with cash, check, or credit card. REGISTRATION DATES: • Residents - Monday, May 21 • Non-Residents - Wednesday, May 23 JUNE LUNCH & LEARNS Join Seniors In Mo on during the lunch hour for educa onal seminars and a free lunch. All seminars begin at noon. • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6: “Assis ve Technology for Deaf and Hard of Hearing,” presented by Clear CapƟons. • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13: “Cogni ve Learning,” presented by Learning RX. • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20: “Nutri onal Needs,” presented by Trinity Wellness Center. • WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27: “Reduce Taxes and Preserve Re rement Assets,” presented by House Holder Group. NEWCOMER MEET & GREET FRIDAY, JUNE 1 • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Meet the newest Seniors In Mo on members at this fun social. Members will get important informa on about the SIM program. Then, everyone can par cipate in fun ac vi es to meet new SIM friends. Sponsored by Aƫva Lewisville. CAC BIRTHDAY BASH SATURDAY, JUNE 2 • 6 P.M. • CAC FREE FOR CAC MEMBERS Έ$4 FOR NONͳ MEMBERSΉ Join the Town of Flower Mound Parks and Recrea on Division to celebrate the CAC’s 10th birthday! The Community Ac vity Center has been a focal point of the Flower Mound community and has enhanced the lives of area residents through its classes, programs, special events, and fitness center. The Outdoor Water Park will be open late and will feature live entertainment as well as a firework display! There will be games and ac vi es located throughout the CAC.

BENEFITS COUNSELING TUESDAY, JUNE 5 • 10 A.M. • FREE CONFERENCE • RSVP BY JUNE 1 On the first Tuesday of each month, trained counselors from the Area Agency on Aging will meet with SIM members one-on-one to answer ques ons regarding benefits and services available to senior ci zens. SIM ADVISORY BOARD MEETING TUESDAY, JUNE 5 • 1 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO • NO RSVP REQUIRED Join the Seniors In Mo on Advisory Board and SIM staff for their monthly mee ng! LEARN TO USE THE FITNESS ROOM TUESDAY, JUNE 5 • 1:30 P.M. • FREE FITNESS ROOM • RSVP BY JUNE 2 Learn how to use the equipment in the fitness room with cer fied personal trainer and chiropractor, Dale Leonard. Sponsored by Leonard ChiropracƟc. MOVIE & PIZZA: WONDER WOMAN TUESDAY, JUNE 5 • 5 P.M. • $2 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY JUNE 4 The SIM program will screen the movie Wonder Woman [PG-13]. When a pilot crashes and tells of conflict in the outside world, Diana, an Amazonian warrior in training, leaves home to fight a war, discovering her full powers and true des ny. TED TALKS THURSDAY, JUNE 7 • 6 P.M. • FREE CONFERENCE • RSVP BY JUNE 6 Join SIM friends to watch and discuss the Ted Talk, “Finding and Crea ng Happiness.” Jay Phelam talks about how happiness can be flee ng and elusive, but evolu onary biology can explain its true nature. GRANDPARENT’S BINGO FRIDAY, JUNE 8 • 11 A.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • RSVP BY JUNE 6 Spend some me with the grandkids on their summer break by invi ng them to play a special game of bingo with kidfriendly prizes. A er the game, enjoy a lunch of pizza and popsicles. Sponsored by Aƫva Lewisville. SIMA BOARD MEETING WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 • 3:30 P.M. CONFERENCE • NO RSVP REQUIRED Join the SIM Auxiliary, Inc. to discuss upcoming fundraising events including the upcoming Casino Night! AFTER DARK PARTY THURSDAY, JUNE 14 • 6:30 P.M. • $2 BALLROOM C • RSVP BY JUNE 12 Join SIM friends for an evening of dinner, dancing, and live music. Enjoy live music performed by Mark Mardlaw and a light dinner.

FATHER’S DAY TOOL TIME SOCIAL FRIDAY, JUNE 15 • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • RSVP BY JUNE 13 Celebrate fathers and grandfathers with Seniors In Mo on! Enjoy hot cobbler and ice cream while Mike Smith, Department Manager from Home Depot, gives a presenta on on DIY and home improvement ps. Then, bring a gently-used tool from home to swap with other members and leave with a new-to-you tool! Sponsored by Pinewood Hills. SIMA CASINO NIGHT SATURDAY, JUNE 16 • 6 P.M. • $35 Shuffle up and deal! You’re invited to join the Seniors In Mo on Auxiliary organizaon for the 6th annual Casino Night Fundraiser. A endees will enjoy food from local restaurants, enter to win fabulous prizes, and enjoy a variety of Las Vegas-style casino games! All proceeds will be donated to SIMA, benefi ng the Flower Mound Seniors In Mo on program. KOBLE HEARING CLINIC TUESDAY, JUNE 19 • 10 A.M. • FREE CONFERENCE • RSVP BY JUNE 18 Visit the Senior Center for a free hearing screening, simple ear cleaning, or hearingaid cleaning. Sponsored by Koble Hearing. ROOT BEER FLOAT HAPPY HOUR TUESDAY, JUNE 19 • 5:30 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • RSVP BY JUNE 18 Cool off from the summer heat or drop by a er work for a yummy treat. Join SIM friends for fun, fellowship, and root beer floats. DINNER BUNCH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 • 5 P.M. MENA’S • NO RSVP REQUIRED Meet up with the SIM Dinner Bunch for good food and friends at Mena’s Tex-Mex Grill located at 2500 Lakeside Parkway in Flower Mound (entrees range $11 - $20). GROUP KARAOKE FRIDAY, JUNE 22 • 11 A.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Join SIM friends for fun, singing, and laughter. Sing alone or sing together to favorites from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. Talent is not required, but please bring a sense of humor! TEXAS WOMEN IN HISTORY: MOLLY GOODNIGHT *NEW* FRIDAY, JUNE 22 • 12:30 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A • NO RSVP REQUIRED Storyteller, Liz Covington, presents this summer series on the great women in Texas History. This month, watch Liz become Molly Goodnight to tell the story of her life and how she saved the buffalo from ex ncon.


JUNE SPECIAL EVENTS SINGLES NIGHT OUT! THURSDAY, JUNE 28 • 5 P.M. • FREE RSVP BY JUNE 27 The SIM program is taking the Singles Night Out program on the road. Meet at the Flower Mound Senior Center, then ride the bus to Love & War in Texas for dinner and live music (entrees range $10 - $30). GOALCAST *NEW* THURSDAY, JUNE 28 • 6 P.M. • FREE RSVP BY JUNE 27 Join SIM friends to watch and discuss Goalcast, a mo va onal and inspira onal video series for be er living. U.S. Navy Admiral, William H. McRaven, delivers a speech tled, “If You Want to Change the World, Don’t Forget to Make the Bed.” Learn the importance of doing the li le things in life to build life-changing experiences. MOVIE & A MEAL: ROMAN J. ISRAEL, ESQ. FRIDAY, JUNE 29 • 10 A.M. • $2 BALLROOM A • RSVP BY JUNE 26 Join SIM to watch Denzel Washington in Roman J. Israel, Esq. [PG-13]. Roman J. Israel, Esq., a driven, idealis c defense attorney, finds himself in a tumultuous series of events that lead to a crisis and the necessity for extreme ac on.

JUNE DAY TRIPS UTA PLANETARIUM: ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME* MONDAY, JUNE 4 • $4 DEPART 10:15 A.M. • RETURN 3:30 P.M. Enjoy a different view of the UTA Planetarium! Experience stunning visuals synchronized to the rhythm of some classic rock favorites. Please bring money for lunch at Tom’s Burgers & Grill (entrees $6 - $20) FARMERS BROTHERS COFFEE & TEA TOUR*** WEDNEDAY, JUNE 6• FREE DEPART 9 A.M. • RETURN 2:30 P.M. Take a tour of the coffee plant and watch how coffee and tea is processed. Then, take part in a coffee and tea tas ng. A er the tour, enjoy lively music in the Atrium and dine out in the local café (entrees $8 - $15).

THE LION KING AT THE FAIR PARK MUSIC HALL* WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 • $42 DEPART 5:45 P.M. • RETURN 11 P.M. Take a trip to the Fair Park Music Hall to watch the Tony-award-winning musical, Disney’s The Lion King. The Serenge comes to life as never before as giraffes strut, birds swoop, and gazelles leap before your eyes. Enjoy the story of a young lion cub who comes of age to take on his uncle for control of Pride Rock. NEBRASKA FURNITURE MART*** MONDAY, JUNE 18 • FREE DEPART 9:30 A.M. • RETURN 2:30 P.M. Visit this Texas-sized furniture store stretching across 100 acres to shop for home furnishings, appliances, computers, area rugs, flooring, and decor. Please bring money for lunch at the food court (entrees $6 - $12).

LONESTAR PARK** FRIDAY, JUNE 22 • $20 DEPART 5 P.M. • RETURN 10 P.M. And they’re off! Take a trip to Lonestar Park in Grand Prairie to watch exci ng horse races in an air-condi oned, counterseat sec on. Ticket prices includes admission, program, and $10 in Lonestar Bucks that can be used for concessions. MEDIEVAL TIMES* FRIDAY, JUNE 29 • $44 DEPART 4:45 P.M. • RETURN 9 P.M. Take a trip back in me to the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Cheer on brave knights and their beau ful horses as they fight epic ba les, joust, and clash their way to become the Queen’s Champion. Ticket includes a three-course meal, beverages, and gratuity (vegetarian opons available).

KNOW YOUR LIMITS! WALKING KEY: *LITTLE WALKING REQUIRED **SOME WALKING REQUIRED ***EXTENSIVE WALKING REQUIRED


15 10 a.m. Hearing Clinic

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28 9 a.m. Memorial Day Observance (The Senior Center will be closed following the ceremony.)

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Treasure Bingo 2 p.m. Flower Minds

8 a.m. Greatful Threads 10 a.m. Rough Riders Trip 11 a.m. Maile’s Crafts 1 p.m. Cash Bingo

10:30 a.m. Pinterest Noon Lunch & Learn

6 p.m. Cheryl Craft

30

10 a.m. Donn’s Friends Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. RSVP Seminar

23 Non-resident Registration Noon Lunch & Learn 1 p.m. Knitting 5 p.m. Dinner Bunch

Noon Lunch & Learn 1:30 p.m. Better Brain Series 5:30 p.m. Progressive Dinner

16 9:30 a.m. Book Club 10:30 a.m. Privacy and Technology

9 10 a.m. You Can Paint! 10 a.m. Card Stamping Noon Lunch & Learn 1 p.m. Knitting 2 p.m. Top 10 Vegetables 3:30 pm SIMA Board Meeting 4:30 p.m. Prohibition Chicken

Noon MMOW Lunch 12:30 p.m. Les Miserables Trip 1 p.m. Goal Getters

Noon Food, Friends, & Fun Noon Lunch & Learn 1 p.m. Newcomer Meet & Greet

Noon MMOW Lunch 5 p.m. Intro to Facebook 5 p.m. Singles Night Out!

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Noon MMOW Lunch 6 p.m. Color Code Personality Test

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Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Goal Getters 5 p.m. Tech Cafe 6 p.m. Life Transitions 6 p.m. B&B Painting Class

17

Random Act of Kindness Noon MMOW Lunch 3 p.m. Red Hats 6:30 p.m. After Dark Party

10

5 p.m. Fiesta Bunco! 6 p.m. Ted Talk

3

Thu

2

Wed

29

6 p.m. Voices of Flower Mound

22

21 Resident Registration

6 p.m. Jewelry Class

1 p.m. Travel Club 5:30 p.m. Art Show

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Banana Split Social

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Treasure Bingo 2 p.m. Flower Minds 6 p.m. Breakfast for Dinner

8 a.m. Greatful Threads 9 a.m. Frank Buck Zoo 1 p.m. Cash Bingo 1 p.m. Paint, Paper, Play

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8 a.m. Greatful Threads 9:30 a.m. Rose Garden Trip 11 a.m. Jewelry Class 1 p.m. Cash Bingo

1 9 a.m. Chronic Disease Series 10 a.m. Benefits Counseling Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Advisory Board Mtg. 1 p.m. Early Voting Trip 1:30 p.m. Fitness Demo 5:30 p.m. Movie & Pizza

Tue

7

Mon

Friday Night Concerts in Heritage Park at 7 p.m.: x May 4: Audio House x May 11: Live 5 Band x May 18: Live 80 x May 25: WOWU2

25 11 a.m. Disco Party

9 a.m. Gardening Club 10 a.m. Movie & a Meal 1 p.m. Gardening Swap

18

11 Noon Mother’s Day Tea

11 a.m. Cinco de Mayo

9 a.m. Gardening Club

4

Fri


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10 a.m. Donn’s friends Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Treasure Bingo 2 p.m. Flower Minds 6 p.m. Cheryl Craft

19 10 a.m. Hearing Clinic

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8 a.m. Greatful Threads 1 p.m. Cash Bingo 1 p.m. Paint, Paper, Play 1 p.m. Genealogy

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Treasure Bingo 1 p.m. Self Defense Class 2 p.m. Flower Minds 6 p.m. Jewelry Class

8 a.m. Greatful Threads 1 p.m. Cash Bingo 1 p.m. Paint, Paper, Play

25 Resident Registration

12

11

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Travel Club 5:30 p.m. Root Beer Float

10 a.m. Benefits Counseling Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Advisory Board Mtg. 1:30 p.m. Fitness Demo 5:30 p.m. Movie & Pizza

8 a.m. Greatful Threads 9:30 a.m. Nebraska Furniture Mart Trip 11 a.m. Maile’s Crafts 1 p.m. Cash Bingo

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8 a.m. Greatful Threads 10:15 a.m. UTA Planetarium 11 a.m. Jewelry Class 1 p.m. Cash Bingo

Tue

4

Mon

28 Noon MMOW Lunch 5 p.m. Singles Night Out! 6 p.m. Goalcast

10:30 a.m. Audiobooks Noon Lunch & Learn 1 p.m. Knitting

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Goal Getters 5 p.m. Tech Cafe 6 p.m. Life Transitions 6 p.m. B&B Painting Class

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Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Self Defense Class 3 p.m. Red Hats 5 p.m. Mobile Apps 6:30 p.m. After Dark Party

14

Noon MMOW Lunch 1 p.m. Goal Getters 5 p.m. Hawaiian Nights Bunco! 6 p.m. Ted Talks

7

Thu

27 Non-resident Registration

5 p.m. Dinner Bunch

Noon Lunch & Learn

20

3:30 pm SIMA Meeting 6 p.m. Lion King Trip

2 p.m. Top 10 Herbs

Noon Lunch & Learn

10 a.m. Card Stamping 10:30 a.m. Google

13

Noon Lunch & Learn

Noon Food, Friends, & Fun

6 9 a.m. Farmers Brother’s Trip

Wed

29 10 a.m. Movie & a Meal 4:45 p.m. Medieval Times

10:30 a.m. Cooking Class 11 a.m. Karaoke Noon $2 Friday Lunch 12:30 p.m. Texas Women 5 p.m. Lonestar Park Trip

22 10 a.m. You Can Paint!

9 a.m. Gardening Club 10:30 a.m. Cooking Class Noon $2 Friday Lunch 1 p.m. Father’s Day Social

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6 p.m. SIMA Casino Night

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6 p.m. CAC Birthday Bash

9 a.m. Gardening Club 10:30 a.m. Cooking Class Noon $2 Friday Lunch 1 p.m. Newcomer Meet & Greet

8 11 a.m. Grandparent’s Bingo

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FUN, FITNESS, & DANCE Monday 9 a.m. Yang Tai Chi 9 a.m. Zumba Toning 10 a.m. Sit, Stand, & Dance 10 a.m. Advanced Tai Chi 11 a.m. BSS 1 p.m. Pickleball 1:30 p.m. Tai Chi Level II 2p.m. Line Dancing

Tuesday 8 a.m. Yoga 9 a.m. Zumba 2 p.m. Nia 5:30 p.m. Yoga

LINE DANCING MONDAY • 2:30 P.M. THURSDAY • 6:30 P.M. BALLROOM C • FREE Line dancing is great fun and good exercise. Join SIM member volunteer, Dorothy King, to learn the Cupid Shuffle, the Boot Sco n’ Boogie, and more! LINE DANCING FOR BEGINNERS MONDAY • 2 P.M. • BALLROOM C FREE Want to learn how to line dance? This special half-hour class will teach basic steps so members will be able to pick up any line dancing rou ne. PICKLEBALL MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY 1 ͳ 4 P.M. • CAC GYM • $1 This fun game is a combina on of tennis and badminton. Please pay $1 to the Pickleball Captain in the gym. TAI CHI FOR HEALTH LEVEL I WEDNESDAY • 1:30 P.M. BALLROOM C • $35 PER MONTH Learn the restora ve powers of Tai Chi for the mind and body. Cer fied Tai Chi instructor and occupa onal therapist, Susan Thompson, will lead this month-long workshop exploring the basics of Tai Chi. TAI CHI FOR HEALTH LEVEL II *NEW* MONDAY • 1:30 P.M. MOCKINGBIRD • $35 PER MONTH This is a con nua on of the Tai Chi Level I class. Learn deeper principles of Tai Chi. Learn a challenging, yet accessible, Tai Chi form set based on Yang-style Tai Chi. Emphasis is on Tai Chi movement to develop Qi flow in the body for health, decreased pain, and increased strength and balance. QUJI QIGONG TAI CHI *NEW* WEDNESDAY • 12:15 P.M. BALLROOM C • $35 PER MONTH Qi Gong is the basis of Tai Chi form. Through QiGong par cipants learn to accumulate, balance, and coordinate the flow of life force (Qi) to maintain health and well-being. This class reduces stress and brings serenity of mind and body. All levels welcome.

Wednesday 9 a.m. Cardio Fit 9 a.m. Tap Dancing 10 a.m. Sit, Stand, & Dance 11 a.m. Yoga 1 p.m. Pickleball 12:15 p.m. Wuji Qigong 1:30 p.m. Tai Chi Level I 2 p.m. 10,000 Steps Club

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Friday

8 a.m. Yoga 9 a.m. Cardio Fit 6:30 p.m. Line Dancing

SENIOR YOGA TUESDAY & THURSDAY • 8 A.M. TUESDAY • 5:30 P.M. WEDNESDAY • 11 A.M. BALLROOM C • $4 Cer fied instructor Jody Vise will show attendees how to maintain flexibility while increasing strength and balance. Please bring your own yoga mat. ZUMBA GOLD TUESDAY & FRIDAY • 9 A.M. • $4 BALLROOM C Join licensed Zumba instructor, Jill Jermann, to dance to great music and burn a ton of calories without even knowing it! Zumba includes simple, fun dance moves to energizing movements. Simple to learn and fun to do! ZUMBA TONING MONDAY • 9 A.M. • BALLROOM C • $4 Take this special Zumba class that uses shakers and special excercises to tone your muscles! ZUMBA MONTHLY FEE MONDAY, TUESDAY, & FRIDAY • 9 A.M. $44 PER MONTH This monthly fee allows par cipants to attend all Zumba Gold & Zumba Toning classes for one low fee. YANG TAI CHI MONDAY • 9 A.M. • ARMADILLO • $3 Cer fied instructor Lowell Johnson will teach this Yang Tai Chi class. Yang Style is even, gentle, and slow moving to provide increased balance, improved flexibility with stress reduc on. CARDIO FIT WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY • 9 A.M. BALLROOM C • $4 Join Karen Hollister for a fun and effec ve high/low impact aerobics class. Movements can be tailored to your exercise needs. NIA TUESDAY • 2 P.M. • BALLROOM C • $4 Nia is fusion fitness, a dynamic blend of the dance arts, mar al arts, and the healing arts. Lara Lawson will lead this fun class that will get hearts pumping with gentle movements.

9 a.m. Zumba 10 a.m. Sit, Stand, & Dance 1 p.m. Pickleball

FASCIA RELEASE & RESTORE *NEW* THURSDAYS MAY 10 ͳ 31 • 10 A.M BLUEBONNET • $40 Using tennis balls and foam rollers (student provides), Jody Vise teaches students how to roll out tension in the fascia membrane that surrounds the muscles. Restora ve yoga moves will also help students leave the class feeling refreshed. Par cipants must be able to get down and up off the floor without assistance. BALANCE, STRENGTH, & STRETCH ΈBSSΉ MONDAY • 11 A.M. • BALLROOM C • $4 Jody Vise leads this class that covers basic muscle work to increase strength, gentle stretching to improve flexibility and movement, and a variety of skills and poses to help your balance. SIT, STAND, & DANCE MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY 10 A.M. • BALLROOM C • FREE Recrea on Specialist Mary Ann Dull leads this fun fitness class with simple movements star ng in a chair, transi oning to standing floor work and easy dance steps. ADVANCED TAI CHI MONDAY • 10 A.M. • ARMADILLO • $3 Looking to take Tai Chi to the next level? Join this Advanced Tai Chi class with instructor Lowell Johnson. TAP DANCING WEDNESDAY • 9 A.M. • BLUEBONNET FREE Learn the basics of tap dancing. This class is perfect for beginners or those who want to improve their technique. 10,000 STEPS CLUB WEDNESDAY • 2 P.M. • BLUEBONNET FREE Meet with this group, led by Recrea on Specialist Mary Ann Dull, each week to take a walk around the West Windsor Park. I NEVER REGRET WHEN

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CREATIVE ART & EDUCATIONAL CLASSES INTRO TO SPANISH FRIDAYS • 11 A.M. • ARMADILLO • $2 It is never too late to learn something new! Professional Spanish tutor, Ofelia Gabel, will teach par cipants the basics of Spanish. PAINT, PAPER, PLAY 2ND & 4TH MONDAY • 1 P.M. • FREE BLUEBONNET Meet up with this fun group to make fun, crea ve projects: • MAY 14: Dylusions • JUNE 11: Making a Zine • JUNE 23: Embossing Machines JEWELRY MAKING ARMADILLO • $5 Par cipants will learn to create and complete a unique jewelry project from Recrea on Specialist Cheryl Dudich. All supplies are provided. • MONDAY, MAY 7 • 11 A.M. • TUESDAY, MAY 15 • 6 P.M. • MONDAY, JUNE 4 • 11 A.M. • TUESDAY, JUNE 12 • 6 P.M. COOKING CLASSES FRIDAY • 10:30 A.M. • KITCHEN • FREE Par cipants will learn how to create a new dish that will be prepared for the Friday lunches. Please see the lunch schedule for the class. CARD STAMPING WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 & JUNE 13 10 A.M. • $15 • BLUEBONNET A Stampin’ Up professional will assist with crea ng four special, personal cards for family and friends. Fee includes supplies.

MAILE’S CRAFTS 3RD MONDAYS • 11 A.M. • $2 ARMADILLO Recrea on Specialist Maile Nacis will lead this cra class for beginners. Please check the Senior Center Courtesy Desk for upcoming projects. THE GREATFUL THREADS MONDAY • 8 A.M. ͳ NOON • FREE BLUEBONNET Bring your latest sewing and quil ng projects and meet up with this cra y group. PASSION PAINTING WORKSHOP TUESDAYS • 1 P.M. • $40 PER MONTH BLUEBONNET Find your hidden talent in this pain ng class designed for beginners and experts alike. Instructor Mary Hull will lead a fourweek workshop where students build pain ng skills and complete beau ful works of art. KNITTING 2ND & 4TH WEDNESDAY • 1 P.M. • FREE LIBRARY This group is for those who have never kni ed before and those who can and want to share ideas. All supplies are provided free of charge. BOTTLE & BOTTEGA PAINTING CLASS THURSDAYS, MAY 17 & JUNE 21 • 6 P.M. BLUEBONNET • $20 Bo les and Bo ega is coming to the Flower Mound Senior Center! Join friends for this fun, 1.5-hour class where instructors will give step-by-step instruc ons on how to create a beau ful work of art. Everyone will leave with their very own 11x17 piece of art! Please reserve spot at least 48 hours in advance.

CHERYL’S CRAFTS TUEDAYS, MAY 29 & JUNE 26 6 P.M. • $4 • BLUEBONNET Recrea on Specialist Cheryl Dudich will lead this evening cra class with fun and simple projects. Please check the Senior Center Courtesy Desk for upcoming projects. YOU CAN PAINT! MAY 9 & JUNE 22 • 10 A.M. ͳ 1 P.M. BLUEBONNET • $35 Even if you have never held a paint brush, or cannot draw a straight line, you will be amazed at the beau ful oil pain ng you can create in one fun and inspiring lesson. Learn the basics of color mixing, brushstrokes, and perspec ves while completing a detailed landscape. All supplies are provided. • WEDNESDAY, MAY 9: “Northern Lights on Black Canvas” • FRIDAY, JUNE 22: “Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse” DCMG GARDENING CLASSES 2ND WEDNESDAY • 2 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO Denton County Master Gardener Lynda Harvey will lead these informa ve gardening seminars to help SIM members create beau ful gardens at home. • MAY 9: Top 10 Vegetables to Grow in Texas • JUNE 13: Top 10 Herbs to Grow in Texas

HEALTH & WELLNESS CHRONIC DISEASE SELF MANAGEMENT *NEW* TUESDAYS, MAY 1 ͳ JUNE 11 9:30 ͳ 11:30 A.M. • ARMADILLO • FREE Self-management programs provide older adults with educa on and tools they need to help cope with chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, or arthri s. This six-week program helps parcipants manage stress, discuss the benefits of physical ac vity and good nutri on, and help par cipants communicate more effec vely with health care providers. Parcipants develop ac on plans related to these topics through structured planning and feedback exercises.

SIX WEEKS TO A BETTER BRAIN *NEW* WEDNESDAYS, MAY 16 ͳ JUNE 20 1:30 P.M. • ARMADILLO • FREE Memory loss is not an inevitable part of the aging process. In this six-week seminar, Erin Caston from Advanced Rehab Trust will teach prac cal steps one can take to make the most of their brain. Learn physical excercises, mental excercises, brainhealthy nutri on ps, and stress management. Then, develop a personal ac on plan for be er brain health. Sponsored by Advanced Rehab Trust. GOAL GETTERS 1ST & 3RD THURSDAY • 1 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO Se ng goals is easy. Keeping those goals throughout the year is the challenge. This group is desgined to keep members accountable for their goals with check-ins and ps for staying healthy and ac ve.

SELFͳDEFENSE *NEW* JUNE 12 & 14 • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM C Re red Lt. Col. and SIM member, Jim Nuanes, will instruct this self-defense class. The first day will be discussion and introduc on of self-defense techniques. The second day will be for prac ce, applica on, ques ons and answers. This is a basic beginners class, everyone is welcome. RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM TUESDAY, MAY 29 • 1 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO The Re red Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) helps connect seniors with volunteer opportuni es in Denton County. Learn how to become a volunteer at a local hospital, serve meals to seniors in needs, become a Rockin’ Reader, and more!


Monday 9 a.m. Rummikub 1 p.m. Cash Bingo

GET INTO THE GAME! Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 9 a.m. Card Games 1 p.m. Party Bridge 1 p.m. Pinochle

PAYOUT PINOCHLE 1ST WEDNESDAY • 1 P.M. • $2 BALLROOM B Test your Pinochle skills at this monthly mini tournament. Winners will split the money collected. Prizes will not exceed $10. PAYOUT POKER FRIDAY • 1 P.M. • $2 MOCKINGBIRD Test your Texas Hold ’Em skills at these mini tournaments. Winners will split the money collected. Prizes will not exceed $10. CARD GAMES TUESDAY & THURSDAY • 9 A.M. • FREE SHIRLEY VOIRIN BALLROOM Meet up with other members to play Hand and Foot, Pennies from Heaven, Ponytail, Pinochle, Rummikub, Mexican Train, Spades, and more!

9 a.m. Pinochle 9 a.m. 42 Dominoes 10 a.m. Bocce Ball

9 a.m. Card Games 9:15 a.m. Party Bridge 1 p.m. Mahjong 1 p.m. Pinochle

FIESTA BUNCO! THURSDAY, MAY 3 • 5 P.M. • $2 ARMADILLO • RSVP BY MAY 2 It’s a fiesta! Celebrate the Cinco de Mayo with SIM friends at this fun Bunco game! Please pay $2 to the Bunco captain on the day of the game. Sponsored by Hollymead by Cantex. HAWAIIAN NIGHTS BUNCO! THURSDAY, JUNE 7 • 5 P.M. • $2 ARMADILLO • RSVP BY JUNE 6 Celebrate summer at this luau-themed Bunco game! Please pay $2 to the Bunco captain on the day of the game. Sponsored by Hollymead by Cantex.

Friday 9 a.m. Pinochle 9 a.m. Rummikub 1 p.m. Texas Hold‘em 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge

CASH BINGO MONDAY • 1 P.M. • $1 PER CARD BALLROOM A Please check-in by 12:45 p.m. No cards sold a er 1 p.m. Money will be divided among bingo winners. Prizes will not exceed $10. TREASURE BINGO 2ND & 4TH TUESDAY • 1 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A Winners will choose from prizes donated by SIM members.

LEARN TO MAHJONG 2ND & 3RD THURSDAYS • 2 P.M. • FREE MOCKINGBIRD SIM member Dawn Dalton will teach SIM members the basics of Mahjong!

COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY TECH THURSDAYS EVERY THURSDAY • 4:30 P.M. • FREE COMPUTER ROOM Get your computer and technology quesons answered in weekly classes with SIM volunteers Erin Knight and Nick Noonan. TECH CAFE MAY 17 & JUNE 21 • 5 P.M. • FREE COMPUTER ROOM SIM volunteers Erin Knight and Nick Noonan will lead evening computer and technology classes. • THURSDAY, MAY 17: Make Your Smartphone Ba ery Last Longer • THURSDAY, JUNE 21: Free Up Space on Your iPhone & iCloud. PRIVACY & TECHNOLOGY WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 • 10:30 A.M. COMPUTER ROOM • FREE Learn to create strong passwords and protect your privacy online, using a phone and tablet, and using an app. Plus, learn about email scams and how to avoid them.

PINTEREST WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 • 10:30 AM. COMPUTER ROOM • FREE Discover this social media pla orm that allows users to discover and organize. Pinterest is similar to an online bulle n board where users can “pin” their favorite websites, recipes, cra projects, fashion ideas, and more! Plus, users can easily share their pins with friends all over the world. INTRO TO FACEBOOK THURSDAY, MAY 31 • 5 P.M. • FREE COMPUTER ROOM Learn the basics of the largest social media pla orm in the world. Learn to create an account, find friends, discover interest groups, and find the Seniors In Mo on Facebook page!

INTRO TO MOBILE APPS THURSDAY, JUNE 14 • 5 P.M. • FREE COMPUTER ROOM Learn all about mobile apps for smartphones and tablets. Learn how to find, download, and use them with ease. Plus, find ways to stay safe while using apps. AUDIOBOOKS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 • 10:30 A.M. COMPUTER ROOM • FREE Nearly all books are now available for dowload to smartphones, tablets, and computers. Sit back, and let someone read to you while you drive, work, or garden.

GOOGLE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 • 10:30 A.M. COMPUTER ROOM • FREE Learn about all the apps and tools Google has to offer as an account user such as Docs, Gmail, Sheets, Maps and more.

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FELLOWSHIP GROUPS FLOWER MINDS 2ND & 4TH TUESDAY • 2 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO Explore cultures of the world with fellow SIM members. SIM member and re red University of Dubuque professor, Marcel Didier, will lead this discussion group about world affairs that will cover culture, religion, history, and foreign policy. Topics will include Exploring Cultures of the World, Future for Europe, Russia vs. Europe and the U.S., and more! SIM SINGͳAͳLONG TUESDAYS • 3 P.M. • FREE BALLROOM A Bring your voices and join Seniors In Moon each Tuesday for a sing-a-long. GARDENING CLUB 1ST & 3RD FRIDAY • 9 A.M. • FREE SIM PATIO Join fellow gardening enthusiasts to learn ps and tricks for successful gardens. The Gardening Club also plants and maintains the SIM Garden.

RED HAT SOCIETY 2nd THURSDAY • 3 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO The Red Hat Society is a group of women who like to socialize, travel, and explore together. For more informa on on how to join, please email Dorothy King at dorothykingtexas@yahoo.com. TRAVEL CLUB 3RD TUESDAY • 1 P.M. • FREE ARMADILLO Love to travel? Meet up with this fun group to discuss past travels and discover new ones. This group will also share ps and tricks for using travel companies, taking cruises, and traveling abroad. DONN’S FRIENDS TUESDAY, MAY 29 & JUNE 26 10 A.M. • BLUEBONNET • FREE This group is designed for SIM members with demen a or early stages of Alzheimers and their spouses or caregivers. Join up with SIM friends for fun ac vi es that will s mulate memory and brain-func on. Sponsored by Accolade Homecare.

TRAVEL WITHOUT TRAVELING BOOK CLUB 3RD WEDNESDAY • 9:30 A.M. • FREE ARMADILLO Travel around the world and experience foreign cultures through reading exci ng novels in this unique book club. Discussions include an in-depth explora on of the se ng in each book. • MAY 16: The Windows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey. GENEALOGY 4th MONDAY • 1 P.M. • FREE COMPUTER CLASSROOM Meet genealogy enthusiasts to swap stories and secrets of the trade. FOOD, FRIENDS, & FUN POTLUCK 1ST WEDNESDAY • NOON • FREE Join this fun group for a monthly potluck celebra ng the diversity in the Flower Mound Senior Center. Bring your favorite dish that celebrates your culture to share. Then, meet with friends and play fun games. LIFE TRANSITIONS 3RD THURSDAYS • 6 P.M. ARMADILLO • NO RSVP REQUIRED Every senior faces major life changes such as re rement, losing a spouse, and reloca ng. Learn ps and tricks to make transi ons easier and meet with others going through similar circumstances.

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Many Thanks to Our Sponsors! Accolade Homecare Advanced Rehab Trust Aƫva Lewisville Autumn of Life Clear CapƟons Denton County Area Agency on Aging Edward Jones Hollymead by Cantex House Holder Group Keller Williams Koble Hearing Lake Village Nursing & Rehab Learning RX Leonard ChiropracƟc Living Well Senior Care Pinewood Hills Senior Living Restland of Dallas Senior Services Trinity Wellness Center United Healthcare

Marie Moore Marie was born and raised in Grapevine and graduated from Grapevine High School. She aƩended Tarrant County Community College and earned an associates degree. She worked for GTE/ Verizon for 32 years as a systems programmer and trainer. In 2011, Marie went back to school and obtained a Pharmacy Technician CerƟficaƟon. Then, she worked at a CVS Specialty Pharmacy for five years before reƟring in 2016. Marie has been married to her husband, Larry, for 46 years. They have a son, daughter, and one granddaughter. Marie joined SIM in 2016 and quickly became a trusted volunteer by helping out with meal service and holiday parƟes. In 2017, she was elected to the SIM Advisory Board and is currently the Vice President. Marie also volunteers at the Love Chapel Church of God. When she is not volunteering, she can be found at the Senior Center aƩending line dancing classes, fitness classes, playing cards, or celebraƟng at holiday parƟes. Thanks for all you do!

May june 2018 SIM Newsletter  
May june 2018 SIM Newsletter