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May/June  Activities

BINGOCIZE WITH CARLA
Fridays May 24, 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28 and Mondays, June 3, 10, 17 at 10 am.

Carla is back with everyone’s favorite! Join her for a combination of Bingo and information about healthy practices.

WITS WORKOUT WITH CARLA
Thursdays, May 27, June 6, 13, 20, 27 at 1:30 pm

Did you know that social connectedness and intellectual engagement are two lifestyle factors that contribute to your brain’s health?  Simply put, coming together and learning new things is good for your noggin!  Join the Wits Workout program to engage in all kinds of guided challenging puzzles, learn what you can do in your daily life to keep your brain healthy while interacting with others.  

TELEPHONE BINGO
Tuesdays,   May 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25   2 pm

Download 2 Bingo cards from the Internet, call the Center and ask us to mail you 2 cards, OR stop by the Center and pick up cards. On any Tuesday about 2 pm call (859-474-2189) from your phone—either land line or cell phone. Cheryl will tell  you what to do.

BEGINNING GLITTERBUGS
Tuesdays,  May 28, June 11, 18, 25 at 1:30 pm

Come join Sylvia and others as they learn beginning dances. You don’t need a partner; just need a love of dancing.

GLITTERBUGS
Tuesdays, May 28, June 11, 18, 25 at 2:30 pm

Once you learn some basic dances, you can join this group, learn new dances and perform.

GAME DAY
Tuesdays, May 28, June 11, 18, 25 at 10 am

Join with others to play cards, Obie Joy, board games—and more.

BLUEGRASS LEGAL AID (BGLA)
Tuesday, May 28, 10 am

Do you need to update your will or living well? Do you need a  power of attorney? Jennifer Casey, Bluegrass Legal Aid will explain the documents that BGLA can prepare. She will also explain the procedure for updating or creating the documents. Anne has the information sheets  you’ll need for any of these documents.

KENTUCKY CHAUTAUQUA PRESENTS
ROSCOE TARLETON GOOSE, KENTUCKY DERBY WINNING JOCKEY
Wednesday, May 29, 10:30 am

Roscoe Tarleton Goose was born in Kentucky in 1891. As a child, Roscoe took a job riding horses for a blacksmith in Louisville to help his family's finances. He was a natural horseman. While exercising horses at Churchill Downs, trainer asked John Kuprion to ride as a jockey. By autumn of 1910, Goose was the leading money winning jockey at Churchill Downs and was one of the top riders in America. A few years later, he had attracted the attention of trainer and farm owner Thomas Patrick Hayes. Hayes had a horse that he wanted Goose to ride in the Kentucky Derby. In what was a stunning victory, Goose and Donerail won the 1913 Kentucky Derby. The race odds were set at 91:1. This program is funded in part by Kentucky Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities

MINUTE TO WIN IT; CHAIR VOLLEYBALL
Thursday, May 30, 10am & 10:30 am

BIBLE STUDY
Mondays, June 3, 10, 17, 24 at  10 am

Bring your Bible and join Kenna King as the group studies the Bible.
 

FCCOA ANNUAL MEETING
Tuesday, June 4, 9:30 am

The new board members will be elected and the board will conduct any other necessary business. There will be no Drumming on this day.

THE PRICE IS RIGHT
Wednesday. June 5, 1030 am

Come on down for the monthly game with friends from Dominion!

ICE CREAM SOCIAL & BINGO at PLEASANT
MEADOWS
Wednesday, June 5, 1 pm

Join us for a ride out to Pleasant Meadows. Friends from Pleasant Meadows have invited us to an afternoon of summer fun. If you’d like to go, call Kaitlyn Clark, 859-351-8837 to make a reservation. The Center bus will transport folks from the Center.  Call the Center, 502-223-5794, if you’d like to ride the Center bus. You will be taken home after the visit.

INTRODUCTION TO UNIPER
Thursday, June 6, 10:30 am

Uniper is a virtual community available to people over 60 in the Bluegrass region. It’s a way to access exercise classes, education, social groups and more through a TV. Reginald from BG Area Development District will join us to explain and demonstrate Uniper.

TECHNOLOGY 101 WITH DALTON
Wednesday, June 12, 10 am

Dalton will join us to talk about Libby and the digital collection at the public library. This will help prepare us for the visit to the library on June 18.

DAY TRIP TO LEGENDS BASEBALL GAME
Wednesday, June 12

See Page 4 for more details. Stop by to sign up and pay for your game ticket by June 1.

RICK HANKS MUSIC
Thursday, June 13. 10 am

Rick (with his new computer) will join us to sing all your favorites. Perfect for listening and/or dancing.

SENIOR COMMODITY BOX PICK UP
Thursday, June 13 1-2 pm

Drive to the rear of the building and pick up your box.

FARMER’S MARKET/LIBRARY DAY TRIP
Tuesday, June 18, 9/10 am

David will take those who’d like to go to the public library for a tour. Then he’ll come back to the Center to transport those who want to go to the Farmer’s Market to shop. Everyone will be back by lunch. The bus can take 12 riders, but all are welcome to go to the library tour. Just meet us at the library at 9 am.

KENTUCKY CHAUTAUQUA PRESENTS
GRANDPA JONES
Thursday, June 20, 10:15 am

Louis Marshall Jones, better known as Grandpa, was the son of Henderson County sharecroppers. Jones, who had a repertoire of songs learned from his parents and the radio, won a talent contest that led to regular work on an Akron radio station. It launched a career that lasted more than 60 years. It was during tours with country music star Bradley Kincaid in the 1930s that Jones developed the Grandpa persona he used the rest of his life.
Jones wrote many of his most popular songs. Like many old-time musicians, he struggled during the rock-and-roll craze of the 1950s — he toured Canada and tried his hand at early television. Beginning in 1969, television brought Jones fame as a member of the original cast of "Hee Haw," which showcased his skills as a vaudeville comic. Grandpa Jones was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1978. He never retired, suffering a fatal stroke after a performance at the Grand Ole Opry in 1998.

CRAFT AFTERNOON
Friday, June 21, 1-3 pm
$5.00 per session

Melissas Costa will join us to make self-portrait collages. What objects/pictures do you think best represent you? Come join Melissa and others for this creation.  Call the Center, 502-223-5794 to sign up.

BONNIE & RONNIE
Monday, June 24, 10:30 am

They’re BACK! Come join us for a morning of rock n/roll and good times. Bonnie & Ronnie promise they’ll play lots of songs you’ll want to dance to.

TRIP TO THE ARK ENCOUNTER
Wednesday, June 26

See Page 4 for more information. Deadline to buy tickets and sign up is June 17.

GOOD OLE BOYS MUSIC & BIRTHDAYS
Wednesday, June 26 10 am

They will play and sing your favorite tunes. Then stay to help Shawn from Humana celebrate May birthdays.

CENTER BOOK GROUP
Wednesday,  June 26, 1:30 pm

This month the group will discuss One Summer by David Baldacci. Next month’s book is Half Brown Rose by Lessa Cross-Smith.

BGLA MEDICARE UPDATES & BENEFITS CHECK
Thursday, June 27, 10:30 am

Join friends from Legal Aid of the Bluegrass to learn about Medicare, upcoming Medicare changes and about programs that can help save you money