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JULY 2019  BOOK  CLUB    no book club in July

AUGUST BOOK CLUB       -       A Gentleman in Moscow
                                                          by:  Amor Towles


       
Dull Men's Club
Day: Wednesdays
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM
Cost: Free
Leader: Bernie Gillon
The Northborough chapter of the Dull Men’s Club is looking for a few more dull men who celebrate the ordinary. It is a place where dull men share thoughts and experiences, free from glitz and glam, free from pressures to be in and trendy. We are free instead to enjoy simple, ordinary things. It is an opportunity to hang-out and to chat about issues of great or little importance. If you have a good or bad joke to share bring it. Serious politics or religion are strictly verboten subjects. We are not boring and we are not grumpy. Our favorite flavor is vanilla and our favorite color is gray. We talk about any topic that is of interest to the group from computers to Bee Honey. Check out our international Dull Men’s Club Website www.dullmensclub.com and come join us.

WOMEN’S DISCUSSION GROUP
Dates: Mondays  -   July 8 & 22               
Time: 12:30 PM
Facilitator: Audrey DiMichele, M.Ed.
Cost: $2
Pre-Registration required
Are you looking for a safe, nurturing, and confidential environment to share your thoughts and feelings? Our Women’s group offers you the opportunity to talk about any and all topics of concern that you, and others you know, may have from family relationships, loss, aging, housing, etc. The group also will allow for new friendships and personal growth. We are always welcoming new members.


MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP (w/Flowers)
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Day: Tuesday • June 23,  2019
Time: 2:30 - 5:00 PM  • Cost: $10  Pre-registration required
INSTUCTOR:    Steve McGrath


Take your Macro Protography from good to great by capturing
flowers at the Senior Center.  During this workshop you will learn to sharpen your awareness of light on the landscape.  If you are on Intermediae to Advanced photographer looking to fine tune your skills and expand your knowledge of Photography, then this course is for you.  This course is ideal for the protographer with some knowledge of manual camera settings that want to take their abilities to the next level.  Join Steve McGrath as he reveals his tips and techniques for taking quality close up as well.  This course is informative for both Digital and SLS (file) photogramper.  Bring a camera with macro capabilities, a sturdy tripod and a large emord card.



MEMOIR WRITING GROUP
Day: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays
Date:    June 12 and 26
Time: 1:30 PM  
Cost: Free
Participants enjoy writing and sharing their stories from various stages in their lives.  Join this fun group as they remember and write about the interesting times of their lives. Some of the members arrive at 12 noon for lunch at the Bistro. New members are welcome.


TECHNOLOGY TUESDAY
Technology Tuesday will be off for the summer. We will look forward to their
return in the fall. Many thanks to the Algonquin Students and their teacher,
Eileen Palmer, who took time to come help us with our technology issues!



BEREAVEMENT GROUP
Day: Thursdays  -  July 11 - August 15
Time: 12:45 to 2:15 PM
Facillitator:  Rev. Sharron Lamothe                                  
Cost: Free
Time: 12:45 – 2:15 PM • Facilitator: Rev. Sharron Lamothe • Cost: Free
When we lose a loved one caused by illness, an accidental traumatic event or even natural causes, we can expect that we are going to go  through some kind of a grief process. The one whom we have loved so dearly is no longer with us, so we need to mourn that loss if we are ever going to move forward with our lives. Our grief and mourning has no time line or limit. It never moves forward logically or step-by-step, and we may feel its grip over and over again.
Everyone experiences grief when a loss occurs. There is no way around
it or over it or under it. We must work through it so healing can take
place. This is hard work. A support group is one of the ways to help one
move through the grief process.
Beginning, Thursday July 11th and for five weeks thereafter, ending
August 15th, Faith and Family Hospice of Marlborough, Ma. will be offering
a bereavement support group at the Northborough Senior Center
on Bearfoot Road. We will meet each Thursday from 12:45-2:15 p.m. Rev.
Sharron Lamothe, one of the chaplains with Faith and Family Hospice,
will be the facilitator along with assistance from colleagues from Faith
and Family.
No matter how dark and frightening the winters of struggle have been
after the death of a loved one, we can be assured that spring will always
come birthing new life. It is our hope that if you are experiencing
the loss of a loved one, you will consider attending the bereavement
support group being offered in July. Then maybe you can begin to feel
a sense of peace, solace and healing in such a difficult time in your life.
Rev. Sharron


HARMONICA  CLUB
Day:  Every Monday
Time: 10:00 AM                  
Leaders;   Dan Ginsberg, George Bender
Cost: Free
Our own Northborough Senior Center Harmonica Club is in its 8th Season and is always opening its doors for new members.
If interested please leave your name and phone number at the Front Desk at the Northborough Senior Center, and someone from the Harmonica Club will contact you.  Or, stop by on a Monday morning to see the group in action.


Pool League
Day:  Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time:  9:00 AM
All pool players meet Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:00 AM to have fun while improving their skills.The Traveling Pool League meets on Wednesdays at 9:00 AM and they are dedicated to improving their game as they compete with other local Senior Centers. This league is open to the public and welcomes new participants.


Pool for Beginners                                              
Day: Every Tuesday
Time: 10:00 AM – Noon
Location: Pool table room at the Senior Center
Cost: $5.00 per class
Instructor: Kevin Wright
Pre-registration is required
Ever wanted to learn the in’s and out’s of pool playing? Here’s your chance to learn all about it. This class is designed for the beginner–someone who wants to know how to make those easy and more difficult shots. Join the fun on Tuesdays! Kevin Wright has been playing and teaching pool to family, friends and others for over 15 years.


Bridge Group
Day:  Every Wednesday
Time: 1:00 – 4:00 PM
Cost: Free
Type: Contract Bridge-SAYC Convention-Chicago Scoring
All players with experience in the game of Bridge are welcome. Questions about SAYC can be answered on the ACBL website (www.acbl.org).


        

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