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Woodbridge Senior Center 10/28/16

Woodbridge Senior Center 10/28/16


The Senior Center provides a program of health, recreational, educational, & social activities for residents 60 years of age and older. The Center offers a luncheon program as well as a transportation program. Call us to find out more or sign up to receive our newsletter by mail or email. Please contact us at 203-389-3430 or jglicksman@woodbridgect.org.

Senior Center Holiday Fair- November 5th

Please join us at the 23rd annual Woodbridge Senior Center Holiday Fair. Entertainment will be provided by the Beecher Road School Band, harpist Debbie Vinick, Sound Effect- choral group and musicians Quinn Harley and Oriana Mack. Please consider donating tag sale items such as jigsaw puzzles, sporting equipment, glassware, tools, holiday items, linens and appliances up until Wednesday, November 2nd. The fair is Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 10am to 3pm in the Woodbridge Center Building Gymnasium. This event helps to support the Woodbridge Senior Center. For information, please contact Elaine Marcucio, 203-887-5047, Emarcucio@gmail.com.

Veteran’s Program—Tuesday, November 1st at 12:45 pm

The Center will host a presentation on the services and programs available to veterans through the New Haven Vet Center located at 291 South Lambert Road, Orange. Veterans and family members of all ages are invited. Attendees are welcome to have lunch at 12:15 p.m. prior to the presentation for a cost of $3.00. Call 203-389-3430 to RSVP or for more information call Woodbridge Veteran’s Contact Person, Mary Ellen LaRocca at 203-389-3429.

Final Pickleball Demonstration—November 17th @ 2pm

Due to very strong interest, a third Pickleball demonstration will be offered by Diane Sullivan of Apex Pharmacy in the Center Gym. This sport is a lot of fun and easy to learn to play. Pickleball uses a net similar to tennis, a slow moving whiffle ball, and paddles. Adults (50+) interested in seeing and/or trying this new sport are welcome to attend the free demonstration. We will start playing Pickleball in January both during the day and as well as in the evening. To sign up or join in the fun, contact the Senior Center to RSVP.

Antiques Roadshow—Woodbridge Edition

Have you ever been curious about the history of a family heirloom or a favorite piece of jewelry? Join us for an entertaining & informative evening on Wednesday, November 16th from 6-8pm at the Senior Center Cafeteria. Residents are encouraged to bring items of interesting background and significance for review by local historians and appraisers. This free program is offered in collaboration with the Woodbridge Library. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be provided by Brookdale Woodbridge. Call for more information, 203-389-3430. One item per person—please!

Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon—November 18

Join us for a seasonal feast sponsored by our friends at the Woodbridge Police Union, Brookdale Woodbridge and Coachman’s Square. Lunch will be served at 12:15pm. Entertainment will be provided by Tony Forto. There is no cost for this luncheon but reservations are required. Call to reserve your spot – 203-389-3430.

Save the Date!

Diabetes 101 on Monday, December 5th from 6-7pm at the Senior Center.


Pictured: Craft Group

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