Older Americans Month

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Did you know that May is Older Americans Month? The folks over at Concord WISE (Wonderful Interactive Senior Experiences), the senior citizens branch of the Concord Recreation Dept. sure do, and they've got a whole month of events for seniors planned. Check out what they've got going on!

You Can Be an Artist at Any Age, West Street Ward House.

Coping With Vision Loss, Horseshoe Pond Place. Presented by Rose Prescott from Sight Services for Independent Living.

Tai Chi and Yoga in the Park, White Park.

Exercise in the Park, White Park. Presented by Centennial Senior Center and Concord Recreation.

Kick-off Event: Young at Heart, Red River Theatres. Tickets $3. Please come early and visit the Concord Public Library table.

Never Too Old art show opening reception, Kimball Jenkins Estate. Show will run from May 2-27.

One Mile Intergenerational Walk with Refreshments, starts at YMCA.

Poetry Reading, Horseshoe Pond Place.

Tools for Independence, Horseshoe Pond Place. Presented by Interactive Resource Demonstrations.

Panel Discussion: Sharpen the Tools in Your Toolkit for Healthy Independent Living, Horseshoe Pond Place.

If It's Too Good To Be True. . . Don't Become a Victim to Fraud, Penacook Community Center. Presented by Merrimack County Savings Bank.

Simple Meals for One - Cooking Demonstration, Granite Ledges of Concord.

Spring Fling - Cookout, Pot luck Lunch, Wii, Cards, West Street Ward House.

Bone Builders, West Street Ward House.

Silver Sneakers Exercise Class, YMCA.

Containers and More: Gardening Workhops, West Street Ward House

Celebration of Older Americans Month Luncheon and meeting, Pleasant View Retirement, RSVP 225-3970. Presented by Merrimack County Area Committee on Aging.

American History Lecture Series - The Canterbury Shaker Sisters as I Knew Them, Horseshoe Pond Place.

Art in Bloom Opening Reception, Granite Ledges.

Art in Bloom Viewing, Granite Ledges.

Cut for Trump, a lively whist party, Penacook Community Center.

Art in Bloom Viewing, Granite Ledges.

Residents' Association Elegente Junque Tag Sale, on the front lawn at Pleasant View Retirement, rain or shine.

Silver Sneakers Exercise Class, YMCA.

Culminating Event: Bedford Big Band concert, dance and refreshments, Pleasant View Retirement.

For more information about Concord WISE, visit bit.ly/i0154Z.

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