Soldotna Senior Center Activities

Soldotna Senior Center

197 W. Park Ave Phone: 262-2322

APRIL 2015

Weekly Activities:

Mondays: Art class 10-3, line dancing 10:30-11:30, clogging 11:30-noon

Tuesdays: Board games 1pm

Wednesdays: Music at noon, craft shop 1pm

Thursdays: Art class 10-3, blood pressures 11-12, shopping at Safeway 1pm

Fridays: Music at noon

Special events:

Apr 3: Friday-Easter Dinner and Easter Bonnet Parade (reservations req) at noon

Apr 7: Tuesday-shopping at Fred Meyers 1:00

Apr 8: Wednesday-CLOSED for scheduled maintenance

Apr 11: Saturday-No-host dinner Paradisos 1:00pm

Apr 14: Tuesday-Family Caregivers Support Group 1-3:00

Apr 17: Friday-Game Night 5:30-8:30pm

Apr 28: Tuesday-Family Caregivers Support Group 1-3:00

Menu:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday salad bar is served 11:30-12:30

Tuesday, Thursday soup is served 11:30-12:30

Entrée served Monday-Friday 12:00-12:30

Dessert & beverages served with all meals.

April 1st cabbage rolls; 2nd chili dogs; 3rd Easter Dinner baked ham (reservations req); 6th moose roast; 7th beef enchiladas; 8th CLOSED; 9th BBQ country pork ribs; 10th chicken breast; 13th beef stew; 14th liver and onions; 15th brunch for lunch; 16th pork loin; 17th baked haddock; 20th pork egg rolls; 21st chicken and dumplings; 22nd seafood chowder and grilled cheese; 23rd shepherds turkey pie; 24th meatloaf; 27th chicken fried beef steak; 28th stuffed bell peppers; 29th beer batter halibut; 30th spaghetti.

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