Stroke survivors, family members, and friends are welcome.
Support groups meet at the Main Street Physical Rehabilitation Center, 235 Main Street, Danbury, CT
Second Wednesday of each month (except August) 2:00pm in the upper level conference room.
For more information please contact Iris Gilligan at (203) 730-5966
Celebrate the Holiday/Winter Season with freestyle and line dancing led by our own Kevin Burland. Be sure to wear red, white, or silver to blend with our color theme. There will be a few raffle items as well! CW Resources will be serving a special holiday meal for lunch that day. You MUST sign up by Monday, December 9. The cost is $10 and is due at the time you sign up. Seating is limited!
NONNEWAUG HIGH SCHOOL CULINARY ARTS presents REGION 14 FARM TO TABLE HOLIDAY MEAL 2019
Thursday, December 12 at 12 p.m.
Woodbury seniors are invited to attend this 11th annual event at Nonnewaug High School, reflecting the high school’s commitment to their Farm to Table class and the incorporation of many ingredients that the students have grown and produced, along with local CT farm products.
The menu will include: Autumn Garden Vegetable Soup using fresh simmered vegetable stock, NHS garden and greenhouse vegetables and herbs garnished with orzo. Turkey Pot Pie prepared with Gozzi Farm turkey, NHS garden butternut squash, gold potatoes, local vegetables, Logue Farm sweet corn and pan gravy, accompanied with traditional stuffing, sautéed carrots with NHS hive honey and New England cranberry-orange relish. For dessert a Spiced Apple Crumb Tart using March Farm apples, maple cream sauce prepared with NHS maple syrup and Arethusa Farm Vanilla Ice Cream will be served.
Entertainment will be provided by the NHS Music Department. Please sign up by November 21. Space is limited to 35 Woodbury residents. Senior bus transportation is available, and is encouraged, as parking at the high school is very limited. The senior bus will also offer drop off right outside of the culinary room in the back of the school building.
Join us for lunch, dancing, and holiday cheer on Sunday, December 15th at 1pm! You may reserve a table of 8 or 10 by contacting the Senior Center and providing your ticket numbers, once tickets for your entire party have been purchased.
Non-perishable food will be collected to support the Newtown Salvation Army Food Pantry.
$25 per person, tickets may be purchased at the Senior Center front desk.
A Memory Café is a welcoming place for people with memory changes and for their family and friends. Each Memory Café is different. Some cafés invite guest artists, some offer education about memory changes and some are just for meeting others and relaxing.
All memory cafés have two goals: to help guests feel comfortable and to know they are not alone. Cafés are a place to talk with others who understand what you are going through, a place for couples and families to connect, to leave behind limitations for a while and instead focus on strengths, to enjoy each other’s company and to explore something new. Resources and information on future cafés will also be available.
This program offered free of charge. Please sign up.