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South Brunswick Sr Citizens Programs: Next Two Weeks

  1. Facebook lessons-Mon July 2nd 10:45-noon a high school student will teach a lesson on facebook in the tech center.  Questions on your account or want to set up an account come see her.  Great way to keep in touch with family, friends and grandchildren.


  1. Sign Language-New session starts next week on July 9th Mondays 10:45.  No charge but limited space must sign up.  Few spots remain so see the office if interested. 


  1. Grand Parenting Lecture-Mon. July 2nd 12:30-Penn Medicine Princeton Health will present this lecture for new grandparents. Some topics will be car seats, sudden infant death syndrome, transitioning your role from a parent to a grandparent, etc. Sign up by calling them at 609- 497-2230 or stopping by to see Donna at their desk in the Wellness Center


  1. Bingo-Mon July 2nd 12:30pm-Get a bingo pass in the office for $5 good for 5 days of bingo as it is a $1.00 a day


  1. Body Gym-resumes July 16th with the new session but it is full.


  1. Personal training-Mon July 2nd 10am-Noon.  Must arrive no later than 11:30.  Medical Forms must be on file to train.  If you have already been trained may ask personal questions on workouts good for you.  Wear workout attire and sneakers.


  1. Wii Youth Tournament-Tues July 3rd 10:45-1:30 challenge a High School student to a game of Wii Bowling


  1. Reiki-Tues July 3rd the Reiki appointments begin on Tuesdays this summer for those who signed up only.  All appointments are full.


  1. Adult Coloring-Tues July 3rd 12:15 join Laura and come and relax and color.  All materials provided or feel free to bring your own to work on with group


  1. Fireworks-Tues July 3rd the Township fireworks on the fields between the Crossroad Middle schools.  Vendors and music 6-9pm then fireworks.  Rain date is July 6th fireworks only. Transport department is providing free bus at 7:30pm from woodlot park if you want to sign up call them at 732 329 4000 x7363.  There are 40 seats only.


  1. Closed-Closed WED July 4th and there is no Senior Advisory Council meeting on the 5th.


  1. Movie-Thus July 5th-12:30-2:15pm-PG a Wrinkle in Time


  1. Sign Up deadline-Last day to sign up for the ice cream party is July 5th cost is $2.00


  1. Tai Chi-Does not meet July 5th resumes new session July 12th Sign up now


  1. Vision Support Group-Fri July 6th 10:30.  All with low vision or vision impairments welcome to join Caryl for this group.


  1. Beadazzled-Fri July 6th is cancelled resumes in August


  1. Scan In 101-Fri July 6th 12:30 join Jillann as she discusses the importance of scanning, signing up, etc


  1. Whats on Your Mind-Fri July 6th 1:45 join Caryl and discuss whatever is on our mind. 



Week of July 9th


1.Sign Language-New session starts Mon July 9th 10:45.  Limited space if want to still sign up check the office for availability.


2.Facebook lesson-Mon July 9th 10:30-noon join a high school student in the tech center to learn how to set up face book page or ask question on how to manage your account. 

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3.HorseRaces-Mon July 9th 12:30 join the high school students at our indoor track and win prizes.


4. Veterans Group-Tues July 10th join Caryl for this group open to all Veterans 10:30am


5, August newsletters-hardcopies available for pick up in the office as of Tues July 10th


6. Wii Tournament-Tues July 10th 10:45-1:30 challenge a high school student to a game of Wii Bowling


7. Trip-Reminder those signed up for the River Belle Cruise trip be at Woodlot park at 9:30 Wed. July 11th.


8. Ted Talks-Wed July 11th 10:45 the topic is the Rise of Cricket the Rise of India


9. Ice Cream Party-Thurs July 12th 12:30 must be signed up


10. Tai Chi-New Session starts Thurs July 12th 9:15


11. Health lecture-Thurs July 12th 10:30am Exercise as we age presented by Penn Medicine Princeton Health call to sign up at 609-497-2230


12. Friends-Fri July 13th 10:30am is a general meeting followed by Bingo at 12:30


13. Whats on Your Mind-Fri. July 13th 1:45 join Caryl and discuss whatever is on your Mind.


Notes and Coming soon


  1. Computer/Phone Lessons-Tuesday-Friday 10:30-1:30 in the tech center there is a high school student.  Please come and use them for all your computer and or phone or IPAD questions.  Open time no appointment needed.


  1. Trinkets & Treasures-Mon July 30th 11am-2pm by appointment only.  Contact the office to sign up.  You may have 2 items per person appraised for free.  If you want to sell the item they can purchase from you.  Fine arts, Contemporary art, Collectibles, jewelry, stamps, coins, etc.  Sign up today limited appointments.


  1. Anniversary party-Thurs July 19th celebrate out 27th anniversary with a Barbecue at 11:15 and live music by the Jersey Chix at 12:15 last day to sign up is July 12th.  Free but must be signed up. Door open 10:15


  1. Trip-To the Escape room in Freehold on WED Sept 26th bus leaves 9:30am from Woodlot park.  Flyers in the lobby and details in the separate trip emails. Newest trend you are given one hour to figure out how to escape a room by unlocking the doors.  Ten people per room.  Cost $26 cash only.  Lunch after at Federicis Italian restaurant on your own cost. Registration opens July 16th at 10:45am.  When you enter the building pick up a number from the office.  Numbers will be given out starting at 8:30 in the office.  To get a number must have your registration form completed and the money.  Some numbers will be held back for those who ride the bus then if they do not take them we will give them out to others in order of their arrival.  A friend may sign you up but they need your form and money.


  1. Medicare Cards-New cards are coming.  This is not a scam you will be getting a new card. However they will not call you for any personal information to get your new card that is a scam.  So watch your mail.  See Maries article in the July newsletter for all the info.  NJ residents will be getting them from July to September.  Your social security number is being removed.  Any questions contact Marie At 732 329 4000 x7676



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