- Emergency Evacuations
- Missing Persons Alerts
- Natural Disaster Alerts
- Hazardous Material Leaks
- Search and Rescue Operations
- Neighborhood Emergency Incidents
- Homeland Security Notifications
Thank you to Senior Center Volunteers Cora Landry, Joe Landry and Rosemarie Desjarlais for your help.
Thank you to Matthews Catering Company for catering the delicious meal and serving.
Time: 9:30am- 11:30am
$5 per person for 4-week class
Instructor: Liz Popinchalk
Check the display case near the library for examples of the fun that you can have with “Inks”!
Alcohol ink is a vibrant and breathtaking art medium that leaves a colorful, tie-dyed like pattern. Using alcohol inks can be a fun way to use colors and create fun backgrounds and designs on glass, tiles or paper. Mixing colors can create a vibrant marbled effect and the possibilities are endless of the variations you can make. Decorating glass, tiles and paper with alcohol inks is easy and yields beautiful results. This class is great for a beginner or advanced artist.
In this 4-week class, you will be creating fun pictures and vibrant patterns using alcohol ink on glass, tile and paper. All materials will be supplied. Class size is limited.
One 4-week session will be offered. Classes will be April 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th.
You must sign up in order to take this class. Payment is due by March 28th.
Alcohol Inks Demonstration Class
A demonstration class will be offered to those who are interested in taking the 4-week class. Demonstration classes will be held on March 21st and March 28th. You can only sign up for one demonstration class not both. The demonstration class is free. You must sign up to take the class.
Please sign up at Reception for either March 21st or 28th. Class size is limited.
Our Volunteer Knitting group is in need of yarn donations. All items made by the group are donated to local need-based organizations.
Drop off yarn at reception. Thank You!
The Christmas Party on the 25th of December at the Senior Center was a success again this year!
With almost 100 people attending, everyone enjoyed great food, fun, friends, bingo and a visit from Santa. It was also great to see and talk with Betty, as she has been involved for so many years.
Thanks to everyone who donated food, money and time for this special day. A special thank you to: The Bordeau Family who always do the “heavy lifting” for this event; Ben for the turkeys; Hart’s Greenhouse and Florist for the poinsettias for everyone and the Plainfield High School students who wrote a special message for each Senior. You all made this Christmas special for everyone attending!
Thank you to everyone who volunteered and helped out! This has been another great year!
Happy and Healthy New Year to all. See you all again next year!
Celia Siefert, the “Christmas Dinner Lady”
Keep yourself, loved ones and property safe! Stay in the know about potential disasters around you!
The City of Norwich is participating in the CT Alert System. It is an excellent tool for alerting you by text, email or phone call if any of the following emergency situations occur in our area:
Contact Outreach Administrator Carolyn McAuliffe (860) 889-5960 to schedule an appointment with Andre James (Norwich Human Services Intern) to register for this free service.