Wednesday, December 11th at 1:00pm for the Lymes’ Senior Center Dance Performance. This is a wonderful mixture of all our dance classes including pieces from our tap classes, our Ballroom/ Latin Line Dance Class and our Country Line Dance Class. All are welcome and encouraged to attend and support the hard work of our Seniors!!
Tuesday, December 10th at 1:00pm for “Perky Pairing: A Coffee/ Hot Chocolate & Chocolate Pairing” by
Chocolatier Kim Larkin of Klassic Kreations Gourmet. This presentation covers everything there is to know about java! The interesting history, benefits, how and where coffee hails from, the famous pioneers in the coffee business, trivia quiz, poetry, best brewing and roasting methods and fun coffee terminology. Fun display of vintage coffee grinders and coffee pots, chocolate samplings that include Espresso Belgian chocolate bark, “coffee cup” molded chocolates, and a classic decaf Italian Affogato. There is a limit of 40 people so please sign up early. Call (860)434-4127 to register
Sunday, December 8th at 2:00pm for Old Lyme Town Band Holiday Concert. All our welcome to attend!! Come get into the holiday spirit with us. This is open for all so bring your friends, neighbors, spouse, kids, and grandkids with you as we all get in the holiday spirit!
Wednesday, December 4th at 1:00pm Mary McMahon, Clinical Director of the VNA of Southeastern CT presents Sepsis and Aging: What to Look For? Sepsis is the body’s life-threatening response to an infection. Without the right treatment, sepsis can cause organ failure, amputation, and death. More than 1.7 million people in the United States are diagnosed with sepsis every year – that’s one person every 20 seconds. Adults over 65 are 13 times more likely to be hospitalized than younger adults. Thousands of lives can be saved each year by simply raising awareness of its symptoms. Early recognition and treatment are key.
Tuesday, December 3rd at 12:45pm for Holiday Tree Trimming. Please join us as we get into the spirit of the season! We will be trimming the trees in the senior center, listening to festive music, and enjoying some holiday refreshments.