October fun through the Senior Center: Hydrangea Wreaths, Musical Cafe, and a spooky brunch

by beth on September 29, 2017

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Above: Seniors are invited to sign up to make wreaths and/or enjoy dancing and entertainment at the Senior Center next week. (images cropped from Facebook)

There are a few events coming up at the Southborough Senior Center soon that require pre-registration. Two take place next week, so act quickly. (As of this morning, they still had a few spots open.) For each of these, participation is limited. So, please signup at 508-229-4453 or stop by the Senior Center desk.

Hydrangea Wreaths

Bemis Hydrangea Wreath event at Dudley Senior Center from FacebookThis Tuesday, the center is bringing back Tina Bemis for another floral arranging event. This time, she’ll be leading seniors to create fall wreaths from hydrangeas.

The event is scheduled for October 3rd, 1:00 pm. The suggested donation for the class is $15 per Friends of Council on Aging (COA) member and $25 per non-member.

Musical Cafe

seniors cutting a rug at a past Senior Center musical event from FacebookThis Wednesday, October 4th, seniors are invited to attend an 11:30 pm lunch followed by musical entertainment with Linda and Jim Duncan:

Followed by the enjoyment of piano music, singing, dancing, entertainment and Linda‚Äôs jokes for an afternoon of fun. Dance to a polka or waltz, sing-along with some old favorites (words provided), listen to several soloists singing your favorite songs, or just sit-back and enjoy the music.

Suggested donation is $6 per person.

Brunch. . and Things that Go Bump in the Night

Brunch and things that go bump in the night flyer

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The center is bringing in a “historical interpreter” to entertain over an October brunch. The flyer pitches spooky fun:

Ghosts, ghoulies and vampires, oh my! Let’s get together and sneak a peek into the dark, deep corners of haunted New England and some famous international ghosts. You’ll sleep with the lights on after this show (Just kidding)! This will be sure to put us in the Halloween mood. Join historical interpreter, Patricia Perry in presenting this intriguing one woman show.

The program takes place on Wednesday, October 25th. The brunch begins at 10:30 am by TJ’s Spirits in Ashland. The performance is slated at 11:00 am, followed by an Ice Cream Social sponsored by The Residence at Valley Farm. The suggested donation is $6 per person.

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