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    CONTENT BY JUDY – The scoop on Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows for you and for businesses too

    Live demonstrations

    Health screenings

    Give-a-ways

    Door prizes

    Free presentations

    These are just a few of the things available at Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows. Most are free or very low cost to attend. They are great ways to learn about services and providers you might need. You can also compare agencies.

    Discover what’s available in your area. Search out the booths with recreation, travel, insurance, fitness, Senior Centers and more. You can make a list at home and then go to an expo and talk with providers about what you need and how they can help you and your family. You can get the answers. And if the person you are talking with doesn’t have the information or service you are looking for, they can probably point out a booth that can help you.

    Start watching for and listening for the upcoming Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows. Generally, they are start in the spring and end in the fall. Check Area Agencies on Aging, Senior Centers and area housing units. Some might be hosted by major companies for their retirees. Plan on attending yearly for a few years. You can never learn everything at just one. Plus, you’re adapt to meet up with folks you know and have a few friendly chats as well.

    AND if you are a business then you want to be a vendor! Your company needs to always be growing and teaching. Expos, Home Shows and Trade Shows are great ways to meet lots of people. If you want to be a part of the health screening let the organizer know. The same with presentations and demonstrations. Your company could be a great addition! It is an excellent way to grow those new costumers. Plus, it puts a face to your business.

    Get out there and be seen. Stand up at your booth. It makes you more approachable. Give meaningful items. Engage with the folks passing by. You never know where any connection or contact might lead. Let other vendors know what you do and who your company is. Grow connections. Build relationships. And whatever you do stay off your phone!

    And hey make sure you stop by the SeniorCenterCt.org table and say Hi! Be sure to tell us you read about us here!

    Thursday, April 11th – VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION – Open House

    VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION OPEN HOUSE

    Thu, Apr 11th

    stop in between 9:30am-10:30am

    THANK YOU TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS

    AT THE EAST LYME SENIOR CENTER!!!

    Join us for coffee/tea and juice, bagels, donuts, fruit and yogurt.

    Please call to register. Free for volunteers and $3 for guest.

     

    Saturday, May 4th – “This Must be the Place!”

    Time: 1:00pm

    The East Lyme Players present a Staged Reading of “This Must be the Place!”

    Written by Monk Ferris and Directed by Joyce Beauvais.

    Doors open at 12:30pm. General Seating.

    Show at 1pm. $15pp. Can buy tickets at the door or tickets on sale now.

    Concessions will be available.

    Friday, May 3rd – “This Must be the Place!”

    Time: 7:00pm

    The East Lyme Players present a Staged Reading of “This Must be the Place!”

    Written by Monk Ferris and Directed by Joyce Beauvais.

    General seating.
    TICKETS on sale NOW!

    Doors open at 6:30pm.
    Show at 7pm. $15pp. Can buy tickets at the door.

    Concessions will be available.

    MYSTERY DINNER THEATER – Saturday, March 30th

    6pm start
    $20pp – Pre-registration strongly encouraged

    Snowbound Murder Mystery at the East Lymestone Inn in East Lymestone, CT

    Interact with the East Lyme Mystery Players to solve a murder. Prizes for solving murder & the mysteries. Raffle Items.

    Fundraiser for TUTS (Theater Under the Shell) and the East Lyme Players.

    Dinner:
    Baked Ziti, Salad
    Garlic Bread
    Dessert