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5/28/2019 - Somerset County Senior Centers Announce June Activities

Somerset County Senior Centers
Announce June Activities


The senior centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services announce the June program schedule. All programs begin at 11 a.m. unless otherwise listed.

All Somerset County-operated senior centers offer a nutritionally balanced lunch, Monday through Friday, for a suggested donation of $2.50 for anyone age 60 and above. Menu choices include a hot meat-based or meatless entrée or a cold meat-based or meatless boxed lunch. Please make reservations before 10 a.m. on the previous business day.

Invite a friend or neighbor to join you for lunch! Come earlier in the day and enjoy one of the center’s many programs!

If you drive or have a ride, you can go to any center of your choice.
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SOMERSET COUNTY SENIOR WELLNESS CENTER AT BASKING RIDGE
202 Mt. Airy Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
908-204-3435
Open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Computer Lab – Available Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Individual Computer Instruction – Meet with an expert computer instructor (by appointment only). **Call 908-204-3435 for more information.**
Billiards Room – Pool table is available Monday – Friday on a drop-in basis.
Knitting/Crocheting/Stitching Club – Monday, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. All are welcome to join. Bring your knitting/crocheting/stitching project or come and learn something new. Make wonderful new friends while enjoying a hobby that you love. This spring we encourage you to donate your blankets and other items to the Menlo Park Veterans Memorial Home as a way to give back to the community. All items will be gathered up at the Senior Wellness Center and donated every month.
Bridge Club – Bridge is a mentally challenging card game that offers intellectual and social stimulation. Playing bridge regularly stimulates your brain to keep it alert and helps your memory stay sharp. New members and beginners are welcome (lessons are available). **Call 908-204-3435 for more information.**
o Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
o Wednesday & Thursday at 12:30 – 3 p.m.
Mahjong Club – Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 12:30 – 3 p.m. For more information, drop in on scheduled days.
Take Control with Exercise – Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. & Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. This ongoing exercise program is for all levels of skill and ability and can be practiced while either standing or sitting. Strengthen core muscles, improve flexibility and balance while boosting your stamina. Participants must register to attend. **Call 908-204-3435 for more information.**
Monthly Book Club – Every Third Thursday, 12:30 p.m. On June 20, join us for a discussion of the current book to be discussed “The Wedding” by Nicholas Sparks; then select the next book to be read. New members are welcome!
Dancercise – Monday, 10:30 a.m. Here’s an innovative and fun way to exercise! This low-impact aerobics class is great for the heart! Dance to popular music that will keep you moving. Start with a warm up to help you avoid injury; then dance to the beat of the music and finish with a cool-down. Sneakers are required. **Cost is $40 for the eight-week program; the next session begins June 17. Register by June 7. Call 908-204-3435 for more information. **
Tai Chi for Health (Beginners) – Wednesday, 1 p.m. Learn the core of tai chi in this class, which will help participants improve their strength, balance and flexibility. Participants will learn new vocabulary, different ways of moving, and develop postures that will help them master more advanced forms of tai chi. The basic form of this art will help enable participants to experience considerable improvement in their physical ability. **Suggested donation of $16 for the eight-week program; the next session begins June 26. Register by June 17. Call 908-204-3435 for more information.**
Zumba Gold – Build cardiovascular health with dance moves that challenge the heart and work the hips, legs and arm muscles. Zumba Gold uses the popular Latin dance-inspired workout of Zumba and makes it accessible for people age 60 and above, beginners or others needing modifications to their exercise routine. This is fun class. Sneakers are required. **Cost is $40 for the eight-week program. Register by May 31. Call 908-204-3435 for more information.**
o Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. The next session begins May 29.
o Friday at 9:30 a.m. The next session begins May 31.
June 3 – “Crazy Daisy: Founder of the Girl Scouts” by Carol Simon Levine, storyteller, 10:30 a.m. Carol Simon Levine will bring the story of the Founder of the Girl Scouts to life. Juliette Gordon Low was impulsive, nearly deaf, eccentric and a fun-loving transatlantic socialite who founded an inclusive movement that has empowered tens of millions of American girls. **Made possible by funds from the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey Historical Commission.**
June 4 – Breakfast & Technology Workshops with Ridge High School students, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Local students have offered their technical expertise to help participants with their smartphones, tablets and computers. Bring your devices and specific questions for one-on-one assistance. A light breakfast will be served. **Reserve by May 29.**
June 6 – “The Greatest Generation’s Contributions” by Helen Vasko, 10:30 a.m. Helen leads this discussion about our country’s “greatest generation” and all of the wonderful contributions that they have made.
June 7 – Annual Senior’s Day at the Bernardsville Library, 10:30 a.m. Presenting a tribute to America’s sweethearts, the Andrew Sisters. County transportation will pick up registered participants at their home, bring them to the library, and then to the Senior Wellness Center for lunch. **Reserve by June 4.**
June 10 – Total Brain Workout with Kristen, 10:30 a.m. Did you know that solving puzzles or challenging yourself with new, mind-stretching exercises could stimulate the brain and enhance critical thinking processes? Join us for some mind-tingling brain stumpers and a fun-filled intellectual workout.
June 11 – “Millstone Valley through Time” by Linda Barth, author and presenter, 10:30 a.m. Linda will bring participants through the Millstone Valley National Scenic Byway via their mind’s eye for a trip into the history of central New Jersey. The villages of East Millstone, Millstone, Blackwells Mills, Griggstown, Rocky Hill and Kingston, which will give participants a glimpse into life in the valley as it was and is today.
June 12 & 26 – Country Western Dancing with Vince & Diana, 10:30 a.m. Learn line and partner dancing to popular and classic country music. Vince and Diana will adjust the teaching to the skill-level of all participants; whether the class has beginners, or experienced dancers. If you have a partner or are single – this class is for everyone!
June 14 & 24 – Bingo, 10:30 a.m. Bingo is more than just an exciting activity. Researchers have found that playing Bingo has multiple benefits, such as promoting socialization, strengthening hand-eye coordination, and improving listening and short-term memory skills.
June 17 – Healthy Snack Food Tasting: Hummus Varieties, 10:30 a.m. Did you know there are over 15 varieties of hummus? Participants will try a few variations of this delicious bean-based, creamy spread. **Reserve by June 12.**
June 18 – “All American Country Music Show” by D.W. Wilson, 10:30 a.m. Let’s get country. Sing along to your favorite country music songs!
June 19 – Create Your Own Greeting Card Workshop with Jerry, 10:30 a.m. Use your creative touch to make a unique greeting card for your friends or loved ones. **All supplies are included. Reserve by June 14.**
June 21 – “Dino: The King of Cool” by Gordon James, jazz musician, 10:30 a.m. This program discusses the life of Dean Martin including his solo career as an actor in movies, and television, his “Rat Pack” days and his part in the comedy duo of “Martin and Lewis” with Jerry Lewis. Gordon will sing Dean Martin classics like “Sway,” “That’s Amore,” “Return to Me,” “Volare,” Mambo Italiano,” “Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime” and “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You.”
June 25 – “Seasonal Berries” by Allie Sanderson, RD, ShopRite/Wakefern, 10:30 a.m. Allie will give participants tasty recipes for in-season berries. **Reserve by June 21.**
June 28 – “Exploring the Solar System” by Paul Cirillo. See breathtaking pictures of planets, asteroids, and comets in the Solar System. Learn about how NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratory
have had space missions or plan to have space missions that will explore these celestial wonders.

SOMERSET COUNTY SENIOR WELLNESS CENTER AT BRIDGEWATER
876 East Main Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
908-203-6101
Open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Computer Lab – Available Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Individual Computer Instruction – Available Monday – Friday, **Call (908) 203-6101 for an appointment.**
Carrom – Available Monday – Friday. Strike and Pocket table game is of Eastern origin and is similar to billiards and table shuffleboard.
Games/Cards (Scrabble, Uno, Canasta, Cribbage, etc.) – Available Monday – Friday. If there is a favorite game that you would like to play, or if you are interested in starting a club that features your favorite game, please inform the staff.
Ping-Pong – Monday – Friday. Ping-pong (table tennis) has only been an Olympic sport since 1988. Go ahead and take a shot at this fun game. Play either singles or doubles games. It’s a great way to improve hand/eye coordination, concentration and agility. **Call for availability.**
Table Shuffleboard/Air Hockey – Available Monday – Friday. **Call for availability.**
Qigong Practices with Michael – Monday, 10 a.m. Michael will teach the traditional practice of Qigong, which is a sitting-meditation that helps participants get acquainted with the mind, body and spirit. Beginners will learn breathing techniques that are coordinated with physical movements and then practice sets of exercise (similar to Tai Chi) until each movement and the posture are perfected.
Gentle Aerobics – Monday & Thursday, 10:15 a.m. Exercise and move without putting undue pressure or strain on your body. Learn movements that will increase blood circulation, lubricate joints for flexibility, and strengthen and stabilize individual muscles. These exercises may help to decrease falls and make it easier to accomplish day-to-day physical activities. The program can be practiced while either standing or sitting.
Mahjong Lessons – Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Have you always wanted to learn how to play mahjong, or are you familiar with the game but need other players? Join Sylvia and fellow center members to learn this intriguing game. Experienced players can visit the center to play on Thursdays from 12:30 – 3 p.m.
Chair Yoga – Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. Increase bone density, improve strength, flexibility and balance while participants are immersed in a relaxing class. Expect lots of gentle stretching to bring movement to joints and muscles. This class is perfect for relieving stress and to help gain an overall sense of well-being. Chair yoga poses can be practiced while either standing or sitting and the class is open to all levels of skill.
Needlework Crafts Club – Tuesday, 1 p.m. All are welcome. Bring your crocheting/crafting project or come learn a new craft and meet wonderful friends while practicing your favorite hobby. **Call 908- 203-6101 for more information.**
Hatha Yoga – Practice perfecting your body posture, control breathing, and meditate. Practicing Hatha Yoga has many benefits, such as stretching and aligning the body, improving balance, flexibility, gaining a suppler spine and better circulation. Bring a personal mat; some mats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Space is limited. **Check the monthly calendar for schedule updates.**
o Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
o Friday at 9:15 a.m.
Scrabble Club – Wednesday, 1 p.m., Enjoy a friendly game of scrabble. We may plan for center members to compete against other scrabble clubs if there is enough interest.
Pinochle Club – Friday, 12:30 – 3 p.m. New members are welcome to join the club.
Healthy Bones Exercise Class – Wednesday, 10 a.m. This peer-led, 24-week exercise and education program is for individuals who are either at risk for osteoporosis or have it. Exercises focus on improving balance, strength, flexibility, and posture. Advanced registration is required. A doctor’s note is also required before you begin the first class and then once every year. **Class is full, and there are no available openings. For more information, or to hear about other opportunities call Caitlin Witucki at 908-704-6339.**
Book Club – Fourth Thursday of the Month, 10 a.m. New members are welcome. Join us to discuss the current book “A Dog’s Purpose” by Bruce Cameron.
Exercise with Sabina – Friday, 10:45 a.m. Aerobic chair exercises provide many health benefits, such as improving heart health, reducing stress, lowering the risk of depression, reducing the risk of diabetes and osteoporosis, increasing body stamina, and improving metabolism and flexibility. This is an ongoing exercise program for all levels and skills. Exercises can be practiced while either standing or sitting. **Check the monthly calendar for a schedule of updates.**
Social Dancing – Friday, 11 a.m. Social dancing is not only great exercise, but it is an opportunity to make friends in a positive and fun environment. This is a peer-led social dancing class.
Tai Chi for Health (Beginners) – This beginner’s class teaches the basics of tai chi and is designed to help participants improve their strength, balance and flexibility. Participants will learn new vocabulary, different ways of moving, and will develop postures to help them master the more advanced forms of tai chi. The basic form of this art will help enable participants to experience considerable improvement in their physical ability. **Suggested donation of $16 for the eight-week program. Register by June 17. Call 908-203-6101 for more information.**
o Thursday at 10:45 a.m. The next session begins June 27.
o Thursday at 2 p.m. The next session begins June 27.
Tai Chi for Health (Intermediate) – Thursday, 1 p.m. Practice and develop more advanced forms of tai chi. This class will help participants be better able to shift weight from one side of the body to the other without stumbling or falling; keep the body in alignment; better move slowly and in a circular motion without hesitation or confusion, and improve the practice of specific movements to help strengthen bones and develop muscles. **Suggested donation of $16 for the eight-week program; the next session begins June 17. Register by June 17. Call 908-203-6101 for more information.**
State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) – Do you have questions or problems with your health insurance? Call to schedule a FREE appointment with a counselor who can help. SHIP is a statewide program sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. **Call 908-203-6101 to schedule an appointment.**
June 3, 13 & 27 – Bingo. Bingo is more than just an exciting activity; researchers have found that playing Bingo promotes socialization, strengthens hand-eye coordination, and improves listening and short-term memory skills.
June 4, 11, 18 & 25 – Conversational English with Sally Rob, Literacy Volunteers of Somerset County (LVSC), 10:45 a.m. The mission of the LVSC is to promote literacy throughout the community by providing student-centered tutoring and literacy programs for adults so that they can function more effectively in their daily lives.
June 4 – “Back and Neck Pain Relief” by Dr. Perry Wolk-Weiss, The Get Well Center. Aging certainly has its challenges, but back or neck-related pains do not have to be one of them. There are natural alternatives to a life of pain medication or surgery. Join chiropractor Dr. Wolk-Weiss as he discusses how to prevent and manage back or neck pain for participants who are age 60 plus.
June 5 – “Welcome Home Your New Neighbors” by Pete Axelrod, education and community outreach coordinator, Wild Birds Unlimited, Scotch Plains. Learn how to create and manage safe, natural and artificial nesting options in your backyard.
June 6 – Performance by Tony the Music Man, 10:45 a.m. Tony Mantuano will have everyone dancing while he plays old-fashioned accordion music.
June 10 – “Remember Your First Baseball Game?” by Dr. Stan Green, 10:45 a.m. Baseball is a national pastime that holds a special place in the hearts of millions of Americans. Bring peanuts and crackerjacks and enjoy your snacks while learning why people have so many fond memories associated with the game.
June 11 – Bereavement Support Group, 10 a.m. Grieving the death of a loved one is a universal experience and often people need support while they are experiencing the loss. This support group incorporates interfaith bereavement principles and universal spiritual concepts while providing participants with a safe place to share their feelings about their grieving and renewal process. Ronald W. Kaplan, doctor of ministry, grief counselor, and pastoral psychotherapist will facilitate discussions. We welcome your presence and participation.
June 11 – Craft: Creating Picture Frames with Donna, 10:45 a.m. Donna will show us how to create one-of-a-kind picture frames to give to friends or loved ones. **All supplies will be provided. Reserve by June 6. Call 908-203-6101 for more information.**
June 12 – “Drumming Circle” by Dave Miller, Earthmovers Drum Collective, 10:45 a.m. Learn the art of drumming, and simultaneous hand positioning, counting, rhythm/singing, which will help participants engage their brain while offering an inclusionary opportunity for older adults.
June 17 – “Flow & Flair: Flag Dancing” with Mykel Dicus, Eec! Production, Inc., 10:45 a.m. Challenge your spatial and cognitive memory through the use of flags and progressive physical movement with music and syncopated counting, which is stimulating and fun for the mind, body and spirit.
June 18 – “Are You Dreaming of a Good Night’s Sleep?” by Christine Dunne, manager, Atlantic Health Sleep Center, 10:45 a.m. Christine will discuss the basics of sleep, such as common sleep issues, good sleep hygiene and when it’s time to see the doctor.
June 19 – Public Hearing, 10:30 a.m. The Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services and its Advisory Council will hold a public hearing about programs and services for adults age 60 and above, their caregivers and people with disabilities.
June 20 – Fifth Annual Thrill’n & Grill’n Picnic at Colonial Park, 10:30 a.m. Kick off the summer season at this superb venue! The Senior Wellness Centers at Bridgewater, Hillsborough, and the Quail Brook Senior Center will converge for a solstice celebration of fun, friends, food and games. Enjoy playing Limbo, Zumba Gold, horseshoes, net games (badminton/volleyball), ball games (soccer), cards and conversation. There will be a wonderful medley of Motown, Beach and Boardwalk music provided by DJ Gio. **To reserve a spot and make lunch reservations call 908-203-6101.**
June 26 – “Serving Up Good Nutrition” by Caitlin Witucki, MS, health promotion specialist, Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services. Learn how to make healthier meals, choose healthier foods from each food group and name three nutrient deficiencies that are associated with aging.
June 27 – Trivia. Did you know that solving puzzles or challenging yourself with new, mind-stretching exercises could stimulate the brain and enhance your critical thinking processes? Join us for some mind-tingling brain stumpers and a fun-filled intellectual workout.



SOMERSET COUNTY SENIOR WELLNESS CENTER AT HILLSBOROUGH
339 South Branch Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
908-369-8700
Open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Bocce Court and Horseshoe Pit – Available Monday – Friday, (weather permitting).
Jigsaw Puzzles – Available Monday – Friday. Strike up a conversation, make new friends and enjoy assembling puzzles together. We have a large variety of puzzles for participants from which to choose.
Fit & Flex with Rose – Tuesday & Thursday, 10:45 a.m. This FREE weekly exercise program changes frequently and is suitable for all skill levels. Stretches, strength train, use laughter-yoga, breathing exercises and more. ** Space is limited. Check the monthly calendar for a schedule of updates.**
Healthy Bones Exercise Class – Tuesday, 12:45 – 2:15 p.m. This peer-led, 24-week exercise and education program is for individuals who either are at risk of having osteoporosis or have it. Exercises will help improve balance, strength, flexibility, and posture. Advanced registration is required. A doctor’s note is required before the first class and then once every year. **For new participants the price is $45; this includes ankle weights, a participant’s manual and the class fee. If ankle weights are not needed the price is $15.**
Tai Chi Chih with Janet O. – Wednesday, 9:15 a.m. In tai chi, chih participants will practice a series of gentle, fluid movements and one pose that will activate, circulate and balance the chi (the intrinsic energy of the body). Learn this practice at any age, ability or condition. This can be performed while either standing or sitting. **Cost is $40 for the eight-week program; the next session begins June 5. Register by May 31. Call 908-369-8700 for more information. **
June 3 & 26 – Bingo Bonanza. Playing Bingo promotes socialization, strengthens hand-eye coordination, and improves listening and short-term memory skills. **The program will start at 10:30 a.m. on June 3, and at 10:30 a.m., on June 26.**
June 4 – “Dementia Conversation: Driving, Doctor Visits, Legal & Financial Planning.” Courtesy of the Alzheimer’s Association, 10 a.m. Learn how to have an honest and caring conversation about common concerns when someone begins to show signs of dementia.
June 5 – “What are Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs?” by Caitlin Witucki, MS, health promotion specialist, Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services, 10:45 a.m. Learn what evidence-based programs are and the benefits of signing up. There’s a wide array of health education programming – find out which one is right for you?
June 5, 12, 19 & 26 – Wednesday Mahjong Club, 12:30 – 3 p.m. Have you always wanted to learn how to play mahjong or do you know how to play the game but need other players? Join us! Lessons and game-refreshers are available. **For more information, call 908-369-8700.**
June 7, 21 & 28 – Needlepoint Club, 10 a.m. Bring your crocheting/crafting project or learn something new and meet friends while practicing your favorite hobby. **All supplies will be provided. Call 908-369-8700 for more information.**
June 7 – Craft: Creating Suncatchers with Tammy, 10:30 a.m. Participants will create suncatchers using plastic tops and glass rocks. **All supplies will be provided. Please call 908-369-8700 for more information.**
June 7, 14, 21 & 28 – Friday Mahjong Club, 12:30 – 3 p.m. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to play mahjong, or if you know how to play but need people to play with then join us on Friday. Lessons and game-refreshers are available at the center. **Please call 908-369-8700 for more information.**
June 10 – “Always New: The Face of New Jersey” by Jim DelGuidice, photographer and educator, 10:30 a.m. Jim gives a rich discussion of the past that provides perspective about today’s history in the making. Jim will discuss the social history of New Jersey, such as immigration, and famous people, places and events. **Made possible by funds from the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey Historical Commission.**
June 11 & 25 – Card Games, 10 a.m. Join us as we learn how to play an exciting game of Cards Down and Kings in the Corner. Playing card games can sharpen cognitive ability and strengthen socialization. June 12 – Music through the Ages with Ian Gallagher, 10:45 a.m. Sing along to the oldies with Ian.
June 13 – Trivial Pursuit, 10 a.m. Challenge your knowledge of geography, entertainment, history, art, literature, science, nature, sports and leisure in this fun game.
June 14 – “Reclaiming Our Voice: New Jersey’s Central Role in the Fight for Woman’s Suffrage” by Carol Simon Levine, storyteller, 10:30 a.m. Carol will portray Lillian Feickert, president from 1912-1920 of the New Jersey Women’s Suffrage Association in her riveting portrayal about the struggle of New Jersey women during the long struggle for women suffrage. **Made possible by funds from the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey Historical Commission.**
June 17 – “Is Chocolate the New Health Food?” by Linda Conley, Rutgers Cooperative Extension, 10:30 a.m. Learn about “food of the god’’ or better known as chocolate and examine its health benefits.
June 18 – “Effective Communication Strategies” Courtesy of the Alzheimer’s Association, 10 a.m. Learn to decode the verbal and behavioral messages of someone who has dementia, and identify strategies to help you connect and communicate with the person at each stage of the disease.
June 19 – “Butterfly Basics” by Ben Barkley, naturalist, Somerset County Park Commission, 10:30 a.m. Butterflies are more complex than you think. Ben will explain the difference between a butterfly and a moth, and the physical and behavioral adaptations that these interesting insects portray.
June 20 – Fifth Annual Thrill’n & Grill’n Picnic at Colonial Park, 10:30 a.m. Kick off the summer season at this superb venue to! The Senior Wellness Centers at Bridgewater, Hillsborough and the Quail Brook Senior Center will meet for a solstice celebration of fun, friends, food and games. Partake in Limbo, Zumba Gold, horseshoes, net games (badminton/volleyball), ball games (soccer), cards and conversation. Enjoy this while listening to a wonderful medley of Motown, Beach and Boardwalk music provided by DJ Gio. **To reserve a spot and make lunch reservations please call 908-369-8700.**
June 21 – “Brain Health Workshop Preview” by Stephanie Cheney, community engagement coordinator, Cogniciti Inc., 10 a.m. Learn tips and strategies to optimize brain health.
June 24 – Raag-Rang: Traditional Indian Dance with Matali Bhawmik, director of the Raag-Rang School, 10:30 a.m. Elementary through high school students will perform different traditional Indian dance routines while dressed in traditional Indian attire.
June 26 – “Healthy Living for your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research,” Courtesy of the Alzheimer’s Association, 9:45 a.m. Learn the latest research about making lifestyle choices that may help you keep your brain and body healthy as you age. Learn hands-on tools to help you incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.
June 28 – “Summertime Smoothies” by Samantha Nunzio, RD, ShopRite/Wakefern, 11 a.m. Learn how to prepare healthy, delicious summertime smoothies. Recipes and literature will be available.
June 28 – “How to Start a Book Club” by Terry Coss, adult services librarian, Hillsborough Public Library, 10 a.m. Terry will discuss how we can incorporate a fulfilling and engaging book club at the center.

MONTGOMERY SENIOR CENTER
356 Skillman Road
Skillman, NJ 08558
609-466-0846
Open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pool Table – Available Monday – Friday. **Call for availability.**
Computer Lab – Available Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Bocce Ball – Available Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Enjoy time outside while playing bocce ball! Great for all ability levels. Instruction is available (weather permitting).
Games/Cards (Scrabble, Uno, Rummikub, etc.) – Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday – 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
If there is a favorite game that you would like to play and it isn’t listed, and/or if you are interested in starting a club featuring the game of your choice, please inform the staff.
Silver Strength with Linda – Monday, 10:15 a.m. This 45-minute exercise class is great for older adults of all skill levels. Participants will practice 20 minutes of cardio (or movement); followed by 20 minutes of toning (with or without weights), then a five-minute relaxing stretch. Sneakers are required. **Check the monthly calendar for a schedule of updates.**
Montgomery EMS Blood Pressure Screenings – Third Monday of the Month, 9:45 a.m. A Montgomery Township EMS worker will be on-site to give FREE blood pressure screenings. No appointment is necessary.
Montgomery Walkers – Monday & Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. Tired of walking alone? Looking for a new way to get motivated? Join the Montgomery Walkers every Monday and Wednesday to get moving and have fun! **Call 609-466-0846 for more information.**
Beginner Ukulele Lessons with Chris – Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. Get started on the right note and learn the foundation of playing the ukulele in easy-to-follow lessons. Participants will learn how to hold, tune, and strum simple chords. **Call 609-466-0846 for more information.**
Intermediate Ukulele Lessons with Chris – Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. & Thursday, 10 a.m. Now that you know the basics of ukulele playing, you are ready to take the intermediate lessons so that you can play like a pro! Using a wide range of musical genres, you will learn more about chords, melody playing, improvisation, and will begin playing multi-part arrangements in a band. **Call 609-466-0846 for more information.**
Yoga with Elizabeth – Tuesday, 11 a.m. Help increase bone density, strength and balance. Learn techniques to help gain flexibility and improve strength while being immersed in a relaxing class. Expect lots of gentle stretching to bring movement to joints and muscles. This class is perfect for stress-relief and for gaining an overall sense of well-being. This class is open to all levels of skill and can be practiced while either standing or sitting. **Check the monthly calendar for scheduled updates.**
Exercise for Arthritis with Elizabeth – Tuesday, 10:30 a.m. & Thursday, 11 a.m. Help reduce pain, fatigue and stiffness. Increase flexibility, strength, balance and endurance while practicing in a safe and positive environment. **Check the monthly calendar for a schedule of updates.**
Tai Chi with Herb – Wednesday, 11 a.m. Tai chi participants will focus on shifting body weight through a series of light, controlled movements that flow rhythmically into one long gesture. Studies have shown that participants have experienced a reduction in pain, fatigue, and stiffness and have gained a greater sense of well-being. Regular tai chi can help reduce falls, especially for those with balance problems. This program can be practiced while either standing or sitting. **Check the monthly calendar for scheduled updates.**
Healthy Bones Exercise Class – Wednesday, 10:15 a.m. This peer-led, 24-week exercise and education program is for individuals who either are at risk of having osteoporosis or have it. Exercises help improve one’s balance, strength, flexibility, and posture. Advanced registration is required. A doctor’s note is required before the first class and then once every year. **For new participants the price is $45; this includes ankle weights, a participant’s manual and the class fee. If ankle weights are not needed the price is $15.**
Crocheting/Crafting with Jane – Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. All are welcome to join. Bring your crocheting/crafting project or learn something new and meet wonderful friends while practicing your favorite hobby. **Call 609-466-0846 for more information.**
Afternoon Ukulele Jam – Wednesday, 1 – 2 p.m. This is an informal jam session. All skill levels are welcome! **Call 609-466-0846 for more information.**
Mahjong – Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. If you've always wanted to learn how to play mahjong, or maybe you know how to play the game but need other players, then join us. Thursday mornings are mahjong mornings! Lessons and game-refreshers are available. **Call 609-466-0846 for more information.**
June 3 – “Go van Gogh” By Michael Norris, former museum educator, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Explore pastor and painter Vincent Van Gogh’s more than 2,000 works of art.
June 5 & 19 – Move Today with Elizabeth, 10:15 a.m. Improve flexibility, balance, strength, and stamina, posture and learn fall prevention. Exercises can be practiced while either standing or sitting.
June 7 – State Health Insurance Program (SHIP). A counselor will be available to provide FREE help to New Jersey Medicare beneficiaries who have problems or questions about their health benefits. SHIP is a statewide program sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. **Call 609-466-0846 to schedule an appointment.**
June 7 – Community Service Project. Create utility kits for the Good Samaritan Home Interim Project.
June 7 & 21 – Ageless Grace Fitness Program with Roz Gerken, certified ageless grace educator, 10:30 a.m. Ageless Grace is based on the cutting-edge science of neuroplasticity, which is the ability of the brain and central nervous system to change functionally and structurally. The program is designed to activate all five functions of the brain (i.e. strategic planning, memory and recall, analytical thinking, creativity and imagination and kinesthetic thinking). The program is for all abilities and skill levels and can be practiced while seated in a chair.
June 10 – “Serving Up Good Nutrition” by Caitlin Witucki, MS, health promotion specialist, Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services. Participants will learn how to make a meal healthier, choose healthier foods from each food group and name three nutrient deficiencies associated with aging.
June 12 & 26 – Creative Wellness with Shirin Stave-Matais, former professional dancer, 10:15 a.m. This class creates a unique combination of wellness exercises for participants, by merging aspects of Hatha and chair yoga using gestural, improvisational and world dance forms, sound therapy, and creative play, along with guided relaxation and meditation techniques. This class will promote calm, control, and meditative practices with imaginative, joyful and social interaction. This class is intended for people of all skill levels and can be practiced while either standing or sitting.
June 14 – Watercolor Class with Denise, 10:45 a.m. Learn how to create beautiful watercolor pictures through step-by-step instructions from Denise. No artistic ability is required.
June 17 – Bingo with Johnson & Johnson. Bingo is more than an exciting activity. Researchers have found that playing Bingo has multiple health benefits, such as promoting socialization, strengthening hand-eye coordination, and improving listening and short-term memory skills.
June 21 – “Summertime Smoothies” by Samantha Nunzio, RD, ShopRite/Wakefern, 11:15 a.m. Samantha will show us how to prepare healthy, delicious summertime smoothies. Recipes and literature will be available
June 24 – “Safari to Kenya and Tanzania” by David Goodwille. David will share fantastic pictures and adventurous stories about his exciting journey to Kenya and Tanzania.
June 28 – Performance by Bobby Emmons, Entertainers Plus, 10:45 a.m. Get on your feet and dance to fun, classic songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s that will be performed by Bobby. Debuting in the 1970s, Bobby has been on TV and worked with top ten recording artists like Brian Hyland, Freddy Cannon, John Tillotson, Tommy Roe, and the Teddy Bears, just to name a few.

QUAIL BROOK SENIOR CENTER
625 New Brunswick Rd.
Somerset, NJ 08873
908-231-7312
Open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

A Variety of Board & Card Games (Monopoly, Po-Ke-No, Yahtzee, Dominoes & Checkers) Available Monday – Friday. If one of your favorite games is not listed and you would like to play, or if you are interested in starting a club featuring the game of your choice, please inform the staff.
Indoor Shuffleboard – Monday – Friday.
Individual Computer & PED (Personal Electronic Devices) Instruction with Mike Dias – Tuesday, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. **Call 732-563-4213 to schedule an appointment. Check the monthly calendar for updates to the schedule.**
QBC News – Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. Enjoy discussing global breaking news and current events in a stimulating Q&A session. Fellow center members will take turns researching and sharing hot topics of the day.
The Regime Exercise Class – Monday, Thursday & Friday, 1 p.m. Get a head-to-toe workout using intervals of weights, stretching and aerobic movements. Learn movements that lubricate the joints for flexibility strengthen and stabilize muscles, and increase blood circulation. These exercises can help decrease falls and increase the ability to better accomplish day-to-day activities. With proper diet, you may even lose weight! This program can be practiced while either standing or sitting and with or without hand weights. Monday – Upper Body Routine; Thursday– Mid Section Routine; and Friday – Lower Body Routine. **Wear comfortable and loose-fitting clothing; sneakers are required.**
Continuing Art Institute with Karen Haake – Tuesday, 1 – 3 p.m. Back to Basic Drawing Skills: The Great Outdoors & Realism through Highlighting; Module 1 – Highlighting Natural Perspective; Module 2 – Highlighting Contrast from within your Viewpoint; Module 3 – Highlighting Foreground, Mid-ground and Background; Module 4 – Landscape Composition. **$10.00 fee per class, and includes supplies.**
Bridge, Cards & Board Games with the Quail Brook Seniors & Volunteers – Thursday & Friday, 10:30 a.m. Play classic games of strategy, meet and socialize. Join the Quail Brook Seniors and volunteers for mind-stimulating and competitive games of Bridge, Texas Hold ‘Em,’ Monopoly, Dominoes and more! If you have a favorite game not listed that you would like to play, and/or you are interested in starting a game club, please inform the staff.
Crochet & Knitting with Esther Fowlkes – Thursday & Friday, 10:30 a.m. or 11 a.m. Learn the difference between the two methods of creating artistic patterns using fabric and yarn, a single hook or two needles. Which method do you think is easier? This class is for beginners, experts and those wishing to brush up on their skills. **Check the monthly calendar for updates.**
Line Dancing – Friday, 9:30 a.m. Line Dancing is so much fun that it doesn’t even seem like exercise! You don’t need a partner, and dancing is an easy way to stay healthy both mentally and physically. It’s suitable for participants with limited mobility, and has been shown to increase cardiovascular and muscular strength, and improve coordination and balance as participants work through different moves.
Table Tennis (Ping-Pong) – Monday – Friday. Take a shot at being a tournament master by playing singles or doubles games. This is a great way to maintain and improve hand-eye coordination, concentration, and agility.
June 3, 10 & 17 – The Romanian Culture & Language with Adrienne Danila, 10:30 a.m. With Bucharest as its capital, Romania is located at the crossroads of central, eastern, and southeastern Europe. Mr. Danila will share his experiences when growing up in Romania and its rich culture. He will also discuss historical figures, the Romanian region of Transylvania, and talk about the language.
June 4, 11, 18 & 25 – Body and Brain Yoga with Lucy Pagnetti, certified yoga instructor, 10:30 a.m. Learn a mind-body practice that combines stretching, flowing movement, deep breathing exercises and meditation in an easy to learn format. The class focuses on the development of the body’s core strength as the basis of physical, mental and spiritual health.
June 5 – “Lingua Latina” with the Franklin Township High School Latin Club, 10:30 a.m. Come learn something new. Learn the language, alphabet and pronunciation of Lingua Latina. Latin is an old language that was once used in Ancient Rome and was considered a dead language. It’s alive at the Quail Brook Senior Center.
June 5, 12, 19 & 26 – Yoga: For Mental & Physical Wellness with Dr. Prabha Srinivas, council for Yoga Accreditation International, at the S-Vyasa University of Yogic Sciences, Bangalore India, 1 p.m. Take control of your emotional and physical well-being with the practice of yoga and meditation while reducing stress in your life. Please bring a mat and wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement.
June 6, 13, 20 & 27 – Zumba Gold with Laurie Fetcher, 10:30 a.m. Build cardiovascular health by challenging the heart and working the muscles of the hips, legs, and arms with fun, energetic and rhythmic moves. With popular music designed to inspire a fun workout, Zumba Gold makes it accessible for people age 60 and above, beginners or others needing modifications in their exercise routine. **Special outdoor session on 6/20 at Colonial Park**
June 7 – “Unraveling History: Textiles and Quilts in the 18th & 19th Centuries” by Dana Bala, textile historian, 10:30 a.m. Become enlightened about the history of quilting during the 1700s through the 1800s. Dana will talk about the fabrics, patterns, quilts, and its role in domestic life, and the effects the American Revolution and Industrial Revolution had on textiles.
June 7, 14, 21 & 28 – Yoga Friday with Jade Ko, 2 p.m. Yoga incorporates body postures, controlled breathing, and meditation. Practicing yoga has many benefits, including stretching and aligning the body; and improving balance, flexibility, circulation, and making the spine suppler. Please bring a mat and light blanket or beach towel and wear comfortable clothing that will allow for gentle movement. **Cost is $20 for the four-week program. Register by May 31. To register call 732-563-4213.**
June 12, 19 & 26 – Ageless Grace Fitness Program with Roz Gerken, certified ageless grace educator, 10:30 a.m. Ageless Grace is based on the cutting-edge science of neuroplasticity, which is the ability of the brain and central nervous system to change structurally and functionally. This program is designed to activate all five functions of the brain (i.e. strategic planning, memory and recall, analytical thinking, creativity and imagination and kinesthetic thinking). The program is intended for people of all abilities. Participants will be thoroughly engaged while seated in a chair.
June 13 – “Medicare, Medications and Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD)” Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services’ Community Educator Laurie Roome, and Eldercare Educator Adalin Ball. Learn how to make decisions and changes to either you or a loved one’s Medicare plan. Understanding Medicare can save you money and help keep you healthy. There will be a follow-up day for application assistance on Thursday, June 27.
June 14 – “Charleston Dance & the Roaring 20s” with Donnamarie McCarthy, 10:30 a.m. Explore the “The Roaring Twenties” and learn exciting facts about topics such as mass consumerism/exhibitionism, the Jazz-Age flappers, prohibition laws, the birth of the Harlem Renaissance, immigration, and the Scopes Trial. Wrap it up with by learning about the Charleston its origin, popularity, fashion inspiration and then how to dance it.
June 20 – Fifth Annual Thrill’n & Grill’n Picnic at Colonial Park, 10:30 a.m. Kick off the summer season at this superb venue! Join the Senior Wellness Centers at Bridgewater, Hillsborough and the Quail Brook Senior Center for a solstice celebration of fun, friends, food and games. Play Limbo, Zumba Gold, horseshoes, net games (badminton/volleyball), ball games (soccer), cards and conversation while listening to a wonderful medley of Motown, Beach and Boardwalk music provided by DJ Gio. **To reserve a spot and make lunch reservations please call 908-369-8700.**
June 21 – Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Magic Mirror Players, 10:30 a.m. The Magic Mirror Players are a group of volunteer actors who perform real-life issues in dramatic presentations while using improvisational and role-playing techniques. This vignette will demonstrate the positive effects of behavioral changes that an individual can embrace as an opportunity to completely reverse the negative situation at hand.
June 27 – Knitting Lessons with Esther Fowlkes, 10:30 a.m. Unwind the basics of knitting in this progressive learning platform that will be rewarding. Choose your styles and learn the lingo: cast on, knit stitch, purl, and cast off. Meet in a friendly environment and treat yourself to a meditative, creative and eco-friendly hobby that is known to help reduce stress and anxiety!
June 27 – “Medicare, Medications and Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD) Application Process” with Laurie Roome and Adalin Ball, Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services. This is a follow-up to “Medicare, Medications and Pharmaceutical Assistance” Laurie and Adalin will be available to answer additional questions and to offer assistance filling out Medicare forms.
June 28 – “Health & Wellness Journey” by Lori Morell, director of health & wellness, Parker Life, 10:30 a.m. Compete against each other in two teams to find out which team has the most collective knowledge about health and wellness. This is an interactive competition based on the original Jeopardy game show.

WARRENBROOK SENIOR CENTER (located on the Warrenbrook Golf Course)
500 Warrenville Rd.
Warren, NJ 07059
908-753-9440
Open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Billiards Room – Pool table is available daily on a drop-in basis, Monday – Friday.
Computer Lab – Not available on Mondays. It is Available on the following days and times: Tuesdays after 1 p.m., Wednesdays after 1:30 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Individual Computer Instruction – Are you intimidated by computers? Do you know how to email, play solitaire or do a web search on the computer? By the end of this eight-week, one-on-one class, you will understand what your grandkids have been trying to explain to you for the past few years. **Please call 908-753-9440 for more information.**
Jigsaw Puzzles – Available Monday – Friday. Strike up a conversation, make new friends and enjoy assembling puzzles with others. Choose from a large variety of puzzles.
Lending Library – Available Monday – Friday. Soft-covered books are available to take home and return when finished reading.
Watercolor Paint Class – Monday & Thursday, 9 – 11:30 a.m. This is a great opportunity for an experienced artist to meet new people while water coloring. **Advanced registration is required. Please call 908-753-9440 for more information. Openings are available in the Monday Group.**
Oil Painting – Wednesday, 9 – 11 a.m. Connect with others who have oil painting experience. **Advanced registration is required. Please call 908-753-9440 for more information.**
Healthy Bones Exercise Class – Wednesday & Friday, 10 a.m. This is a peer-led, 24-week exercise and education program for individuals who are either at-risk of having osteoporosis or have it. Exercises focus on improving balance, strength, flexibility and posture. Advanced registration is required. A doctor’s note is also required before the first class and then once every year. **For new participants, the price is $45. This includes ankle weights, a participant’s manual and the class fee. If ankle weights are not needed the price is $15. Call Caitlin Witucki at 908-704-6339 for more information.**
Zumba Gold – Build cardiovascular health with dance moves that challenge the heart and work the hips, legs and arm muscles. Zumba Gold uses the popular Latin dance-inspired workout of Zumba and makes it accessible for people age 60 and above, beginners or others needing modifications to their exercise routine. This is fun exercise class! Sneakers are required. **Cost is $40 for the eight-week program. Register by June 1. Call 908-753-9440 for more information. No class will be held on June 14.**
o Monday at 10:45 a.m. The next session begins June 10.
o Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. The next session begins June 12.
o Friday at 11:30 a.m. The next session begins June 7.
Chair Yoga with Jillian – Tuesday, 12:45 p.m. This class is open to all levels of skill. Hatha yoga poses can be practiced while either sitting or standing. Hatha yoga will help increase bone density, improve strength, flexibility and balance while participants are immersed in a relaxing class. Expect lots of gentle stretching to bring movement to joints and muscles. This class is perfect for relieving stress and helping to gain an overall sense of well-being. **Cost is $40 for the eight-week program; the next session begins in July. Call 908-753-9440 for more information.**
June 3 – “Beethoven’s 9th Symphony…the Last 10 Minutes!” George Marriner Maull, artistic director, Discovery Orchestra, 10:30 a.m. Learn listening skills that that will help you appreciate Ludwig Beethoven’s music better than you ever have. George will take you through an auditory treasure of Ode to Joy – Beethoven’s final symphony.
June 4 & 11 – Boggle with some “Folk Dancercise” by Rekha Srinivasan, Bharat Nritya Academy, 10:30 a.m. Come on out to Folk Dancercise. Learn the gaiety of folk dancing while you exercise. Then play Boggle. This unique mix of game and dance will stimulate your body and the mind.
June 4, 11, 18 & 25 – Bridge Group with Ronnie, 1 – 3 p.m. Play Bridge to stimulate your memory active and keep your brain alert. This is a mentally challenging card game that offers intellectual and social stimulation. Join Ronnie and her group as they play weekly. New members and beginners are always welcome (lessons are available).
June 4, 11, 18 & 25 – Mahjong for Experienced Players Only, 1 – 4 p.m. Experienced mahjong players who are looking for another opportunity to play this game of skill, strategy and calculation, should join us on Tuesday afternoons.
June 5, 12, 19 & 26 – Tone and Flexibility Exercise Class with Sabina, 10:45 a.m. Enjoy an energizing class suitable for beginners and intermediate levels. Exercising with Sabina will boost your energy level, reduce stress, and help tone your body by using resistance bands, exercise balls and dance moves. Exercises can be practiced while either standing or sitting.
June 5, 12, 19 & 26 – Ballroom Dancing with Art & Fe, 1 – 3 p.m. Meet new people and make some friends while exercising! Dancing is a great way for people of all ages to get fit and stay in shape. Besides being fun, dancing has many health benefits, such as improving flexibility, strength, endurance and emotional well-being. Join Art and Fe as they play a variety of ballroom dance music.
June 6, 13, 20 & 27 – Bingo, 10:30 a.m. Researchers have found that playing Bingo has multiple health benefits, such as promoting socialization, strengthening hand-eye coordination and improving listening and short-term memory skills.
June 6, 13 & 27 – Line Dancing with Linda, 1 – 3 p.m. Have fun dancing and you won’t even know you are working out! You don’t need a partner and it’s an easy way to stay healthy, both mentally and physically. Improve cardiovascular and muscular strength, coordination and balance as you work through different movements. This class is suitable for people with limited mobility.
June 7 & 14 – Brain Games and Trivia with Adrienne Graubard, 10:30 a.m. Did you know that solving puzzles or challenging yourself with new mind-activities like learning music could stimulate the brain and enhance your creative and critical thinking processes? Join Adrienne for some mind-tingling, brain-stumping word games.
June 10 – Plaster Art Craft (Part 1) with Lisa Brown, Art as Therapy, 10:30 a.m. Create a unique object using plaster craft. Plaster craft is a media that is so versatile it allows you to make sculptures or real images with ease. Paint your artwork on Tuesday, June 11. **This is a two-day craft project. Advanced registration is required by Tuesday, June 4.**
June 11 – Plaster Art Craft Painting (Part 2) with Gwen, 10:30 a.m. Acrylic paints will be available for attendees to paint the plaster craft piece they created on June 10. **Must be present for Monday’s class to participate in this follow-up class.**
June 11 – Warrenbrook Book Club, Second Tuesday of the Month, 1:30 p.m. The featured book to be discussed is “The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper” by Phaedra Patrick. New members are welcome!
June 17 – Senior Center Patio Planter Day, 10:30 a.m. Somerset County Park Commission staff will join us for the planting of six large planters that will be placed on the patio outside of the center’s dining room. **This is a hands-on experience.**
June 18 – “Better Health Without Breaking the Bank” by Laurie Roome, community educator, Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services, 10:30 a.m. Who wouldn’t like to feel better? Did you know that you could live healthy without spending a lot of money? For many, the thought of a healthy lifestyle means spending, buying specialty foods, and having personal trainers and concierge doctors. Find out how to maximize your healthcare dollars and tap into FREE Medicare benefits. A follow-up day for application assistance will be held on Friday, June 21.
June 21 – Game Day with Gwen, 10:30 a.m. Join us as we have fun playing Concentration and Food J-I-N-G-O. Concentration is a game of matching a pair of words and J-I-N-G-O has all the fun of Bingo with the added dimension of interesting and important facts on a wide variety of topics. Pictures replace numbers on the player cards and winning is easy. Join us for some fun!
June 21 – Follow-up Day for Medicare Application Assistance with Laurie Roome and Gabrielle Stander, Somerset County Office on Aging & Disability Services, 10:30 a.m. As a follow-up to Monday’s program “Better Health without Breaking the Bank,” Laurie and Gabrielle will be available to answer additional questions and offer assistance filling out Medicare forms.
June 24 – Go4Life Exercises with Gwen, 10:30 a.m. Like most people, you’ve probably heard that physical activity, including exercise, is good for you. If you’re already active, keep it up. It may even be time to push yourself a little harder, try a new activity, or find new ways to add exercise to your daily life. Join Gwen as we do some Go4Life exercises, which were created by the National Institute on Aging.
June 25 – Remember When: Inventions that Changed the World Discussion with Gwen, 10:30 a.m. We will look at everyday inventions and the not so commonly known inventions that have changed our world. From electricity to the remote control and many more inventions too.
June 28 – Card and Dice Games with Gwen, 10:30 a.m. Join us as we play some card and dice games.
June 28 – Quilting Bee for Experienced Quilters, 1 p.m. Are you looking for other experienced quilters to socialize with, work on and discuss individual quilting projects in a group setting? If yes, this is the perfect group for you. Participants are responsible for their patterns, fabrics and notions. The group meets the last Friday of each month. If you would like additional information, call the center.
June 28 – State Health Insurance Program (SHIP). A counselor will be available to provide FREE help to New Jersey Medicare beneficiaries who have problems or questions about their health benefits. SHIP is a statewide program sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. **Services are available by advanced appointment only and occur on the last Friday of the month. To make an appointment, call 908-704-6319.**

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