Free Lunchtime Concert Tuesday, June 14 11:30 am

Please join us for a free lunchtime concert of Songs from Broadway and Beyond at 11:30 am Tuesday, June 14 at Thrive 55+

The Golden Nuggets Glee Club from Rose City Sr Center will perform for us live on stage.

Summer Sounds: Thursday Nights In July

Bring your chairs, blankets, dinner, dancing shoes, etc. the performances will be held out on the lawn. If the weather is inclement, we will move the party inside!

July 6th at 7:00pm- “Don’t Tell Lisa” Band- Voted Best Band on the shoreline 2022, they play all your dance party needs from the 1970’s through today!

July 13th at 7:00pm- “The Corvettes Doo Wop Revue”- We welcome back Boston’s finest Premier National Touring Doo Wop Band. From New Hampshire to New Orleans and Virginia to Vegas, The Corvettes perform the great music of the Doo Wop era with a fresh new energy. Their incredibly entertaining show and comical stage antics have left many a happy audience screaming for more! In the tradition of legendary Doo Wop revivalists Sha Na Na, every Corvettes show is more than a concert – it’s an all-out Doo Wop Celebration!

July 20th at 7:00pm- “The Cartells” Band- We welcome back one of the leading local bands! This 5-person band will be packing the dance floor! Playing Jazz, Swing, Motown, R&B and Rock n Roll!

July 27that 7:00pm- “Take Two & Call Me in the Morning” Local band comprised of physicians and health care providers. This 6 person band specializes in vocally driven classic rock songs from the 60’s to the 2000’s. They play music from the Beatles, Stones, Petty, Bowie, NRBQ, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Joel, the Who, Pretenders, Grateful Dead and Elle King just to name a few.

Intergenerational Scrabble Tournament Wednesday, June 22

Intergenerational Scrabble Tournament

Wednesday, June 22   1:00– 3:00 pm

Challenge or partner with a buddy from another decade and let’s Scrabble! This recreational Scrabble tournament is open to anyone ages 10 and older.  Light refreshments will be available.

– We provide the dictionaries.

– Scrabble rules apply.

– Five dollars per person

– Must register by June 15



FREE for members, $10 for non-members

 June 7th at 1 PM– Lost City of NY: A Tour of the Demolished Landmarks with the Bowtie Historian •

NEW June 26th at 1 PM– The Life and Magic of Houdini •

July 5th at 1 PM– CT Rivers: Past, Present and Future •

July 24th at 1 PM– History of Beal Street •

August 28th at 1 PM– The Life of Milton Hersey •

September 6th at 1 PM– 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair with the Bowtie Historian •

September 25th at 1 PM– Life of Amel

CT Rivers: Past, Present and Future

On  Wednesday, July 5th at 1 PM– Dick Shriver, editor of Estuary Magazine, will lead a slide-based seminar about the Connecticut River; it’s past, present and future. He will take us through the 12,000 years leading up to the industrial revolution, with its pros and especially its cons. He will remind us of the key national leaders who brought about positive change. Finally, he will list
the ongoing efforts to protect the river as we head into the future, and the next 12,000 years.

New Programs Starting Soon!!!

MINI-FACIALS –FREE – start date to be announced. Sign up for
your mini-facial and get the treatment of a life-time! Dori will provide our seniors with the best facial and explain what she does and why, while you relax for this wonderful treatment. Details on the program and the benefits of facials will be posted soon!

MANICURES – FREE – start date to be announced. Sign up for a wonderful treatment and get the benefits and enjoyment of a manicure; walk away with beautiful nails and a relaxing treatment for yourself!

HAIR CARE – FREE -start date to be announced. Come to the Center and get a cut, blow out, and style from our licensed cosmetologist. Program will be starting in June or July – service will be by appointment, call center to sign up.


MEET & GREET – I am working to put together a meet and greet for our seniors with our Town Police Officers and our Town Fire Companies. Dates and times will be announced. This will be a great opportunity for our seniors to get to know those who put their lives on the line every day and those we count on for our safety and well-being. Watch for details.

Monthly Dinner & A Movie

Friday, June 30th at 3:00pm


$5.00 donation


Dinner: Apple Stuffed Pork Loin w/ sides and dessert, coffee

Movie: “80 for Brady”


Please sign up on the bulletin board if you plan to attend.

New Program: Mindful Drumming

Every Friday from 10:15-11:00am


This new and exciting gentle fitness program is designed for older adults that are lookng to have a good time getting active. It is a unique program that uses mindful movement through drumming to benefit both the mind and body. It’s easy and fun to learn. It assists in cardiovascular and muscle health. It also enhances mood, reduces stress and improves memory.

This is done while sitting in a chair utilizing drum sticks and accompanied by uplifting music. Dress comfortable, bring water and be ready to have lots of laughs!!!

Virtual Real Time Tour of Auckland Volcano

Thursday, June 29th at 6:00pm


We will have a real-time interactive guided tour of Auckland Volcano, while
dining on authentic light dinner of the region cuisine. Known for its landscapes, history, artistic legacy and culture. Come and view the beautiful
country of New Zealand.

This is n interactive “real time” tour and so you can ask questions and interact with our “real time” tour guide. Please sign up if you plan to attend. Come and enjoy an early evening event with dinner & friends!

Summertime BBQ

Friday, June 16th at 2:00pm



(paid for by the Mohegan Tribe and Councilor Billy Caron)


We will have great live music, raffles, friends, and great food! Hot Dogs, Ham-
burgers, Salads & more! Don’t miss out on our summertime fun! Bus is available, always a great time!

Please sign up if you plan to attend.