Senior Center Activities

What’s happening at the Kenai Senior Center for the month of September 2015 call for 283-8211 for additional information (All activities are held at the Kenai Senior Center unless otherwise stated):

Special Activities:

• Thursday, September 3 ~ SingSpiration @ 6:30p Join us as we gather to sing those “Old Time Religion” hymns. Bring a finger food to share

• Friday, September 4 ~ 11:30a am Grandparents Day Bring your grandchildren to lunch with you and we’ll have a picnic including games and prizes.

• Monday, September 7 ~ Closed for Labor Day

• Wednesday September 9 ~ Bring Your Bear to Lunch Day! @ 11:30 am Bring your favorite teddy bear to lunch with you.

• Thursday, September 10, 17, and 24 – 6:30 p.m. Bluegrass Jam Session open for musicians or listeners. Bring a finger food to share we’ll provide the coffee.

• Tuesday, September 15 ~ No Host Dinner to The Tree House in Nikiski We’ll leave the Center at 4:30p. Transportation fee of $3

• Wednesday September 16 ~ 11:30a – Birthday Lunch; if you are 60 or over and your birthday is anytime this month, we’ll buy you lunch today.

• Wednesday September 16 – 11:30 am – National Play Doh Day!

• Friday, September 18 ~ 11:30 am – Rice Krispy Treat Day!

• Monday, September 21 – 11:30 am – World Gratitude Day! Thank you for reading this calendar.

• Tuesday, September 29 ~ Free Elder Law Clinic @ 10:30a – Please call Center for additional information.

• Wednesday, September 30 ~ National Mud Day @ 3:00 pm – Join us for a Ladies Spa Event. $5 for this event. Please sign up at the front desk.

Body / Mind / Soul:

• Blood Pressure Checks ~ Monday & Wednesday 9-11a with Nurse Coleene

• Dog Therapy ~ Mondays @ from 10-11a with Pat, Hope & Joy

• Spanish: Mondays ~ Spanish is taking the summer off. We’ll begin again Monday, September 14th.

• Square Dancing Lessons: Thursdays ~ 4:00 pm facilitated by Theresa Lusby

• Guitar Class: Tuesdays ~ 9:30 am facilitated by Gerald Miller

• Writers Group ~ Wednesdays @ 1:00 pm – Solarium, facilitated by Virginia Walters

• General Exercise: Monday / Wednesday / Friday @ 9:00 am

• Growing Strong Strength Training Class: Monday / Wednesday / Friday @ 10:00 am

• Line Dancing: Monday / Thursday @ 10:00 am – at the Kenai Recreation Center

• Tai-Chi: Tuesday / Thursday @ 10:00 am

• Zumba Gold: Tuesday / Thursday Zumba is taking the summer off. We’ll begin again Tuesday, September 8th.

Arts / Crafts Opportunities:

• Beading ~ 1:oo pm Mondays

• Crafting with Bev ~ 1:oo pm Wednesdays

• Knitting ~ 1:00 pm Fridays (on summer bread)

• Quilting Group ~ 10:30 am Fridays

Game Schedule:

• Mondays & Fridays @ 12:30p ~ Pinochle

• Tuesdays @ 12:30p ~ BINGO (for prizes not cash)

• Tuesdays @ 12:35p ~ Bridge

• Wednesdays @ 1p ~ Dominos

• Thursdays @ 12:30p ~ Tripoly

Other:

• Wednesday, September 2 & 16 ~ 9:00 am-Noon Social Security virtual office

[The Kenai Senior is the venue to talk to the Anchorage Social Security Office. This is a first come first serve service. A signup sheet will be available when you arrive at the KSC. No appointments and no age limits]

• Council on Aging ~ Thursday, September 10 @ 4:30 pm

• Kenai Senior Connection Board Meeting ~ Friday, September 25 @ 9:30a

Community Meals are served Monday – Friday from 11:30 – 1p for a $6 suggested donation for individuals 60 years or older (unless otherwise noted). Our mission at the Kenai Senior Center is to serve as a community focal point for senior services where adults 60+ come together to engage in opportunities for dignity and personal growth. Please call (907-283-4156) or stop by our facility (361 Senior Court, Kenai AK 99611) anytime during regular operating hours; 8a-4p – Monday – Friday.

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