Goshen Senior Center's news for March


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  • The Goshen Senior Center at 100 Trotter Circle, Goshen (Photo by Ginny Privitar)



March schedule

Thursday, March 1: Yoga: 9:30–10:15
Seated Stretch and Release for Seniors: 10:15-11
Aerobics: 11 - 12
Poker: 12–3
Friday, March 2: Yoga: 9:45–10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Poker: 12–3
Adult Coloring 1 - 3
Monday, March 5: Aerobics: 9–10
Hooks and Needles: 10–12
Yoga: 1–2
Mah Jongg 2–4
Tuesday, March 6: Osteo exercise: 11–12
Lunchtime Yoga: 12:15–1:15
Line Dancing for Beginners: 1:30–2:30
Wednesday, March 7: Move to be Fit: 9:45–10:45
Computer Q&A: 10 - 11
Yoga: 11–12
Bridge: 12–4
Poker: 12–3
Thursday, March 8: Yoga: 9:30–10:15
Seated Stretch and Release for Seniors: 10:15-11
Aerobics: 11 - 12
Poker: 12–3
Friday, March 9: Yoga: 9:45–10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Poker: 12–3
Friday Quilters: 12:15–3:30
Monday, March 12: Aerobics: 9–10
Hooks and Needles: 10–12
Senior Club meeting: 1
Mah Jongg 2–4
Tuesday, March 13: Osteo exercise: 11–12
Lunchtime Yoga: 12:15–1:15
Line Dancing for Beginners: 1:30–2:30
Wednesday, March 14: Move to be Fit: 9:45–10:45
Computer Q&A: 10 - 11
Yoga: 11–12
Bridge: 12–4
Poker: 12–3
Thursday, March 15: Senior Commission: 10
*St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon: 12
Poker: 12–3
Friday, March 16: Yoga: 9:45–10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Poker: 12–3
Adult Coloring 1 - 3
Monday, March 19: Aerobics: 9–10
Hooks and Needles: 10–12
Senior Club meeting: 1
Mah Jongg 2–4
Tuesday, March 20: Belly Dance for Women: 10-10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Lunchtime Yoga: 12:15–1:15
Line Dancing for Beginners: 1:30–2:30
Wednesday, March 21: Move to be Fit: 9:45–10:45
Computer Q&A: 10 - 11
Yoga: 11–12
Bridge: 12–4
Poker: 12–3
Thursday, March 22: Yoga: 9:30–10:15
Seated Stretch and Release for Seniors: 10:15-11
Aerobics: 11 - 12
Poker: 12–3
Make and Take Crafts: 12:30-2
Friday, March 23: Yoga: 9:45–10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Women’s book discussion: 11–1
Poker: 12–3
Monday, March 26: Aerobics: 9–10
Hooks and Needles: 10–12
Senior Club meeting: 1
Mah Jongg 2–4
Tuesday, March 27: Belly Dance for Women: 10-10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Lunchtime Yoga: 12:15–1:15
Line Dancing for Beginners: 1:30–2:30
Wednesday, March 28: Move to be Fit: 9:45–10:45
Computer Q&A: 10 - 11
Yoga: 11–12
Bridge: 12–4
Poker: 12–3
Thursday, March 29: Yoga: 9:30–10:15
Seated Stretch and Release for Seniors: 10:15-11
Aerobics: 11 - 12
Poker: 12–3
Friday, March 30: Yoga: 9:45–10:45
Osteo exercise: 11–12
Poker: 12–3
*Goshen Seniors wishing to participate in the St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon on Thursday March 15 at 12 please see Bonnie NO LATER THAN FRI MARCH 9 as advance reservations are a must!


The Women’s Book Discussion will take place on Friday, March 23, from 11 to 1 p.m. This month’s discussion will be on “The Year of Fog” by Michelle Raymond.

The Mah Jongg meeting date has been changed to Mondays from 2 to 4 p.m. to accommodate more player schedules. Anyone interested in playing please stop by the library room at the new time.

This year's St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon will be held on Thursday, March 15, at noon. As in the past, Catherine’s Restaurant will be catering a traditional St. Patrick’s Day lunch of corned beef and cabbage. The cost is $15 per person and advance reservations are a must.

At the March 26 Senior Club meeting, the guest speaker will be Howard George from Franklin First Financial Bank. Howard will be discussing Reverse Mortgages and how the equity in your home can be used to realize cash or supplement your monthly income. He will also be providing lunch.

Lastly, this year's Senior Prom will be held on Friday, April 20. As in the past, the Goshen High School Interact Club will be hosting this event. This event is free and is open to all goshen seniors. Advance reservations are requested. So be sure to mark your calender and get out those dancing shoes as a good time will be had by all those who attend!

By Bonnie Mayefsky, Program Coordinator





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