Services

    Hair Cuts

    Fourth Thursday of the Month. 9am-12pm Call (860)434-4127 to sign up for an appointment.

    NEW MINI– PEDICURES COMING IN FEBRUARY

    Starting in February Christine DeBiasi, professional pedicurist for over 30 years, will be accepting appointments for mini-pedicures. This includes Epson salt, soothing soapy foot bath, trim and filing of nails, light sugar scrub, foot massage and polish.
    Her specialty is taking care of painful ingrown toenails. This 30 minute treatment costs $20.00. She will be taking appointments here at the center the 2nd Thursdays of the the month (FEBRUARY 10TH & MARCH 10th) from 9am-12pm. Please call (860)434-4127 ext. 1 to sign up

    Week of Giving

    Dec. 6-10th
    The Lymes’ Senior center is again collecting unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots Program. Due to Covid.  Toys for Tots did not collect toys last year. This made their organization extremely low on gifts for our local boys and girls in need. On December 14th, representatives from Toys for Tots will be here to pick up whatever we have collected. We hope to inspire our members to donate an unwrapped toy
    during our week of giving (December 6- 10) between the hours of 9am-3pm. Thank you for all of you that have already dropped off a gift and thank you to all those that are planning to!

    Practical Recommendations for those Caring for People with Dementia

    Join Robin Ely, RN, DNP on Tuesday, January 18th at 3:00pm as she explains strategies you can use to improve your caregiving experience for you and the person you are caring for. During the presentation Robin will answer questions you have about caregiving and the challenges you face. Robin is the owner and founder of Mind Matters, a daycare for adults with dementia. Pre-registration is required. Call (860)434-4127 to register.

    Emergency 101

    Please join us on Wednesday, January 12th at 1:00pm as local EMTs, Doug Lo Presti and Colleen Atkinson provide an informative and practical presentation on what you can do to recognize and react to common medical concerns. They will discuss when/why to call 911, how you can help us get to you, what to do before we arrive and how to recognize and help someone potentially having a
    stroke, heart attack or a bleeding emergency. Doug and Colleen will give you tips and answer any specific questions you may have about the 911 system.