Sep
28
11:00 AM11:00

Bible Study

Reverend Tuck Bowerfind, from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will be leading the discussions. Come explore the mysteries of the Bible! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
26
3:15 PM15:15

Technology Wednesdays

Join us to learn how to navigate technology in a fun, interactive way! Learn how to use desktop computers, tablets/ iPads, cell phones and smart phones, iPods/mp3 players and more! Explore applications like Skype, FaceTime, Facebook, Instagram and numerous game apps to keep your mind stimulated and have some fun! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
26
2:15 PM14:15

Broadway Musicals

The multiple theaters lining a street in New York City simply known as Broadway have long been a mecca for composers, actors, and musicians. To be featured there is synonymous with having achieved the pinnacle of success. In this course, we examine the story and history behind six of the most popular musicals that are currently being performed on the stages of Broadway theaters. For each, we listen to several popular compositions performed by their most famous performers. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. 

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Sep
26
1:30 PM13:30

Music Appreciation

In this session, Sheila will explore Men of Music. Composers who wrote the songs that everyone loves to sing, but they do not know who wrote themit. 7/25:  Walter Donaldson - will be discussed. He wrote My Blue Heaven. 8/22:  Harry Warren - will be the topic, and so will his famous songs. 9/26:   Irving Berlin—-everyone’s favorite.

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Sep
25
3:45 PM15:45

Book Club

Join Kerri, our- volunteer, as she leads the book discussion. Enjoy a glass of lemonade and homemade cookies. Book club is held on the last Tuesday of each month. You will have an opportunity to express your thoughts on the books you have read. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. Book Suggestions:  The Forgotten Garden, by Kate Morton;. The Women in the Window by A. J. Finn.

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Sep
25
11:00 AM11:00

Chair Yoga & Mindful Meditation

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair or standing using a chair for support. Frequently, the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to physical limitations. However, chair yoga is a great practice for everyone as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness.  The foundations of Mindful Meditation are non-judging, patience, beginner’s mind, trust, acceptance, letting go and self-compassion. This creative interplay between witnessing (mindfulness) and compassion is emphasized or present as a background theme of our practice and teaching. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.


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Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Bible study

Reverend Tuck Bowerfind, from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will be leading the discussions. Come explore the mysteries of the Bible! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.


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Sep
19
3:15 PM15:15

Technology Wednesdays

Join us to learn how to navigate technology in a fun, interactive way! Learn how to use desktop computers, tablets/ iPads, cell phones and smart phones, iPods/mp3 players and more! Explore applications like Skype, FaceTime, Facebook, Instagram and numerous game apps to keep your mind stimulated and have some fun! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
19
2:15 PM14:15

Broadway Musicals

The multiple theaters lining a street in New York City simply known as Broadway have long been a mecca for composers, actors, and musicians. To be featured there is synonymous with having achieved the pinnacle of success. In this course, we examine the story and history behind six of the most popular musicals that are currently being performed on the stages of Broadway theaters. For each, we listen to several popular compositions performed by their most famous performers. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. 

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Sep
18
3:45 PM15:45

Book Club

Join Kerri, our- volunteer, as she leads the book discussion. Enjoy a glass of lemonade and homemade cookies. Book club is held on the last Tuesday of each month. You will have an opportunity to express your thoughts on the books you have read. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. Book Suggestions:  The Forgotten Garden, by Kate Morton;. The Women in the Window by A. J. Finn.

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Sep
18
11:00 AM11:00

Chair Yoga & Mindful Meditation

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair or standing using a chair for support. Frequently, the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to physical limitations. However, chair yoga is a great practice for everyone as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness.  The foundations of Mindful Meditation are non-judging, patience, beginner’s mind, trust, acceptance, letting go and self-compassion. This creative interplay between witnessing (mindfulness) and compassion is emphasized or present as a background theme of our practice and teaching. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
14
3:00 PM15:00

Global Cuisine

Travel around the world to visit different cities, explore the culture, and embrace the local cuisine and drink.  Come share your experiences and funny stories. Leslie will be traveling to 7/10:  Turkey; 8/14 Italy; 9/14 Ireland.

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Sep
14
11:00 AM11:00

Bible Study

Reverend Tuck Bowerfind, from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will be leading the discussions. Come explore the mysteries of the Bible! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
12
3:15 PM15:15

Technology Wednesdays

Join us to learn how to navigate technology in a fun, interactive way! Learn how to use desktop computers, tablets/ iPads, cell phones and smart phones, iPods/mp3 players and more! Explore applications like Skype, FaceTime, Facebook, Instagram and numerous game apps to keep your mind stimulated and have some fun! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
12
2:15 PM14:15

Broadway Musicals

The multiple theaters lining a street in New York City simply known as Broadway have long been a mecca for composers, actors, and musicians. To be featured there is synonymous with having achieved the pinnacle of success. In this course, we examine the story and history behind six of the most popular musicals that are currently being performed on the stages of Broadway theaters. For each, we listen to several popular compositions performed by their most famous performers. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. 

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Sep
11
3:45 PM15:45

Book Club

Join Kerri, our- volunteer, as she leads the book discussion. Enjoy a glass of lemonade and homemade cookies. Book club is held on the last Tuesday of each month. You will have an opportunity to express your thoughts on the books you have read. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. Book Suggestions:  The Forgotten Garden, by Kate Morton;. The Women in the Window by A. J. Finn.

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Sep
11
1:30 PM13:30

White House News with Gerry Grossman

Gerry Grossman is a five-time Emmy Award-winning producer with more than 50 years’ experience in news. This 3 - part series will focus on:  Tuesday, July 10th: Get Ready to Laugh. Anecdotes, funny moments and some flubs from our chief executives. August 14th:  White House Secrets. Every president had secrets: some were personal, many were important to the nation and some were never meant to be discovered. September 11th:  Did Harry Truman Have the Most Difficult Presidency in U.S. History? Judge for yourself, as Truman succeeds a legend in the Oval Office and has to make a decision like none other, before, or since. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
11
11:00 AM11:00

Chair Yoga & Mindful Meditation

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair or standing using a chair for support. Frequently, the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to physical limitations. However, chair yoga is a great practice for everyone as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness.  The foundations of Mindful Meditation are non-judging, patience, beginner’s mind, trust, acceptance, letting go and self-compassion. This creative interplay between witnessing (mindfulness) and compassion is emphasized or present as a background theme of our practice and teaching. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.


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Sep
10
1:30 PM13:30

Wealth Management

Social Security and RMD’s: At age 60, retirement planning tends to get a bit tricky. This is the earliest age widows and widowers are eligible for survivor Social Security Benefits. At 62, you become eligible for reduced retirement benefits. Somewhere between 65 and -67, you can claim full benefits. At age 70, your benefits wills stop increasing. Meanwhile, at age 70 1/2, the government requires you to start taking distributions from pre-tax retirement accounts. This class will walk you through the maze that is, Social Security retirement income planning and the best strategies for how and when to take Required Minimum Distributions. It will also cover the domino effect these decisions can have on your taxes, Medicare and overall retirement plan.

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Sep
7
1:00 PM13:00

Live Well With Legacy

Legacy Healthcare’s team of therapists offers a weekly class targeting all areas of wellness. Regardless of their health and physical abilities, older adults can gain a lot by staying physically active. Even if you have difficulty standing or walking, you can still exercise and benefit from it. In fact, in most cases, you have more to lose by not doing anything. Physical activity is a great way to have fun, be with friends and family, enjoy the outdoors, and maintain your independence. Older adults also gain substantial health benefits from regular physical activity, and these benefits last even into old age. Please join us for sessions designed to improve your endurance, upper-body and lower-body strength, flexibility and balance! Legacy also provides a Health Talk or conducts a Therapy Event on a monthly basis. Upcoming events include a health talk on Heart Health & Parkinson’s disease and a therapy event entitled “Ask a Therapist.” Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. 

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Sep
7
11:00 AM11:00

Bible Study

Reverend Tuck Bowerfind, from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will be leading the discussions. Come explore the mysteries of the Bible! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.


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Sep
5
3:15 PM15:15

Technology Wednesdays

Join us to learn how to navigate technology in a fun, interactive way! Learn how to use desktop computers, tablets/ iPads, cell phones and smart phones, iPods/mp3 players and more! Explore applications like Skype, FaceTime, Facebook, Instagram and numerous game apps to keep your mind stimulated and have some fun! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
5
2:15 PM14:15

Broadway Musicals

The multiple theaters lining a street in New York City simply known as Broadway have long been a mecca for composers, actors, and musicians. To be featured there is synonymous with having achieved the pinnacle of success. In this course, we examine the story and history behind six of the most popular musicals that are currently being performed on the stages of Broadway theaters. For each, we listen to several popular compositions performed by their most famous performers. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. 

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Sep
5
1:15 PM13:15

Creative Writing with Jack Smith

Jack Smith will be your instructor. Learn techniques on how to let your mind and thoughts flow to your pen and how to relax your mind and fingers. You will be surprised what comes out of your pen.  Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Sep
4
3:45 PM15:45

Book Club

Join Kerri, our- volunteer, as she leads the book discussion. Enjoy a glass of lemonade and homemade cookies. Book club is held on the last Tuesday of each month. You will have an opportunity to express your thoughts on the books you have read. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class. Book Suggestions:  The Forgotten Garden, by Kate Morton;. The Women in the Window by A. J. Finn.

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Sep
4
11:00 AM11:00

Chair Yoga & Mindful Meditation

Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair or standing using a chair for support. Frequently, the chair yoga student is unable to participate in a traditional yoga class due to physical limitations. However, chair yoga is a great practice for everyone as it deepens flexibility and strengthens personal body awareness.  The foundations of Mindful Meditation are non-judging, patience, beginner’s mind, trust, acceptance, letting go and self-compassion. This creative interplay between witnessing (mindfulness) and compassion is emphasized or present as a background theme of our practice and teaching. Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.

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Aug
31
11:00 AM11:00

Bible Study

Reverend Tuck Bowerfind, from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will be leading the discussions. Come explore the mysteries of the Bible! Please RSVP to the Life Enrichment Department two weeks prior to the start of class.


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