The Woodbridge Senior Center Holiday Fair will be held Saturday, November 7th from 10:00 to 3:00 in the Center gym at 4 Meetinghouse Lane. The fair this year will feature hand-crafted items, new costume jewelry, cookies, cakes, bread, and a great tag sale table. The Take-A-Chance Auction and the Silent Auction tables will be back again this year. A variety of food and beverages will be available in the cafeteria. Each person attending the fair will be given a ticket to win a great door prize. Santana Rubbish Removal has donated one year of trash removal for a Woodbridge resident and the Senior Center is donating free lunch for one year to a person 60 years of age or older. If you would like more information, please call Lee Canning at the senior center, 203-389-3430.
“Generations Of Culture”
Wherever there are beginners and experts, old and young, there is some kind of learning going on, some kind of teaching. We are all pupils and we are all teachers. Gilbert Highet
*Amity H.S. * October 22 * 4 P.M. To 6 P.M.* Please join us for an International-Intergenerational evening that will feature entertainment by the Amity High School Jazz Band & international refreshments will be served. Fee is $5.00 & transportation is available at no charge for Woodbridge seniors. Call the Senior Center at 203-389-3430 to make your reservation.
Tuesday, October 6 Bob Mel , vocalist will entertain
Friday, October 9 Trish Pearson presents updates on Medicare changes, new rules & benefits, and will answer your questions
Monday, October 12 Columbus Day-CLOSED
Tuesday October 13 Lyme Disease awareness, symptoms and other tick borne illnesses will be discussed
Thursday, October 15 Senator Joe Crisco Health Fair at Warsaw Park
Monday, October 19 Flu Clinic 3:00 to 5:30
Tuesday, October 2 Flu Clinic 11:00 to 12:30
Tuesday, October 20 Easy Accessible Solutions-Aging in Place. Chris Frombach, Occupational Therapist will speak
Friday, October 23 Medicare 101 Lou Pelletier will discuss Medicare laws & programs that many people are not aware of and how they impact seniors.
Tuesday, October 27 Larry Batter-Vocalist / Pianist will entertain after lunch
Friday, October 30 Halloween Party-Come In A Costume
Monday, November 2 A.A.R.P. “Driver Safety” Class
Tuesday, November 3 Roger Hart will present a new slideshow
Saturday, November 7 HOLIDAY FAIR
Tuesday, November 10 Pierce Campbell will entertain after lunch
Wednesday, November 11 CLOSED in observance of Veterans Day
Tuesday, November17 Jim Sheehan will entertain after lunch
Friday, November 20 Thanksgiving Luncheon will be free of charge through the generosity of the Woodbridge Police Union Local 362. Space is limited and reservations must be called in no later than Friday November 13th.
Tuesday, November 24 V.N.A. Community will discuss “Food Safety”
November, 26 & 27 CLOSED in observance of Thanksgiving
On Tuesday, October. 27th at 11:00 a.m., the book club will meet at the Woodbridge Library Meeting Room to discuss “Circling The Sun” by Paula Mclain. Refreshments will be served. Call Lee at 203-389-3430 for more information. New book club members are always welcome.
If you like to play Bridge, our friendly group always welcomes new players. The group is informal and meets at the Center on Wednesdays and Fridays at 1:00 in the lounge. If you would like more information, please call Lee at 203-389-3450.
The Woodbridge Senior Center is accepting orders for pies which will be available for pick up on the day of our Holiday Fair, November 7th between the hours of 10:00 & 3:00. Please choose from the list below and call the Senior Center at 203-389-3430 to order your pies. Please make checks out to Woodbridge Senior Center. The cut-off date for ordering is October 31st. All proceeds from the Pie Sale will benefit the Senior Center.
APPLE PUMPKIN FRUIT OF THE FOREST
$ 5.00 Individual $ 5.00 Individual
$13.00 10” Apple Crumb $13.00 10” Pie $15.00 10” Pie
LUNCH MENU FOR OCTOBER
Join us for lunch at the Woodbridge Senior Center. Lunch is served at 12:15 every Monday and Friday in the cafeteria. Meals cost $3.00 and include salad, bread, juice, coffee/tea, & dessert. Take-out meals are $4.00.
Soup & Quiche
Meatball Grinder & Pasta Fagioli
Halloween Party ~ Manicotti & Meatballs
Soup & Sandwiches
Contact Person: Lee Canning, Senior Center Director (203-389-3430)