MAY 2019 BOOK CLUB
Wednesday, May 15TH at 1:30 PM
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Thursdays • Dates: Starting April 18 through June 13, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM • Leader: Forest Lyford
Welcome back! The Walking Club will begin hikes on Thursday, April 18, and
will continue every Thursday until June 13. The theme this Spring is "Still Waters."
We will be walking near lakes and ponds in and near Northborough. Hikers leave from
the Senior Center at 10:00 A.M on Thursdays. Hikes are free and open to all.
Dull Men's Club
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM
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 - May 13 & 20
Time: 12:30 PM
Facilitator: Audrey DiMichele, M.Ed.
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.
Day: Tuesday • Date: May 28, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM • Cost: Free
Michael Roman, a local photographer, will be doing constructive critiques of images as a learning experience. He said, “ I picture everyone being able to provide input
(if they want to), but I could fill in any gaps since I do this kind of commentary a lot when judging area contests.”
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP -SOUTHWICK'S ZOO
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Zoo)
Tuesday, May 7, 3:30 – 5:00 PM
(Follow-Up Class) • Co
Pre-Registration & payment Required by
Join other aspiring photographers in this two part Zoo Photography Workshop where you
will learn how to use your digital camera like a pro and improve your wildlife photographic
technique, understand the settings of your camera and what you need to compose a
professional looking photograph. You'll have the opportunity to practice what you've learned, and with so many great photographic opportunities and challenges at the zoo, you'll have plenty of pictures and new skills to take home! In this first class we will meet at Southwick’s
Zoo in Mendon at 10 AM, there will be a short presentation where we will discuss tips and
techniques for getting great zoo photographs that look like they were taken in the wild!
Be sure to you bring your tripod/monopod and the longest lens you have. There will also be
opportunities to photograph at feeding times and special zoo keeper sessions where we will
be able to photograph close up. In the second class we will meet at the Northborough Senior Center and we will view and critique our images in a show and tell format with
an opportunity to showcase your best work. Steve McGrath is a professional freelance
photographer and photography teacher who has been taking photos for twenty years. He
has been teaching Digital Photography at the Senior Center. The cost of this workshop
includes a $25 admission to the Zoo.
MEMOIR WRITING GROUP
Day: 2nd & 4th Wednesdays
Date: April 10 & 24
Time: 1:30 PM
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.
Time: 10:30 AM
Leader: Peggy Arcouette, MSW, LCSW)
What is bereavement? Have you experienced loss or are you fearful of experiencing loss? Please join us to discuss this rather difficult subject surrounded by open ears and arms. Our goal is for you to leave feeling relieved, supported, optimistic, hopeful, and much more. Come to one meeting or come to all. All are welcome.
Day: Every Monday
Time: 10:00 AM
Leaders; Dan Ginsberg, George Bender
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.
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.
Day: Every Wednesday
Time: 1:00 – 4:00 PM
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).