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Senior Scene® | January Issue
SENIOR CALENDAR | JANUARY 2018
INBREVARD CO.
Monday Club: Every Mon, 50 & over take 15% off. All Beall’s Outlet stores.
The American Heart Association is offering FREE educational presen- tations to all Brevard County groups & organizations. To schedule your pre- sentation, please contact American Heart Association at 321-255-3557. NASA Alumni League Meeting for January. The NASA Alumni League (NAL), Florida Chapter, will hold its January meeting, at 11:00 am on Tuesday, January 16th at the Debus Center, KSC Visitor Complex, Kennedy Space Center, FL. Following a 45 minute social, we will have a buffet lunch prepared by the Delaware North chefs, after which we will be treated to a presentation by Dale Ketcham, Space Florida’s Chief of Strategic Alliances. For reservations for the January meeting, please respond to this reminder to Bev Merrilees: bmerrilees@c .rr.com or phone 321-452-5426 by noon
on January 11th. Information on
our speakers & program activities
is posted on the League web site
at www.nal .com, along with online registration & pre-payment by PayPal. Con rmed reservations may also be paid for at the door.
Hospice Seeks “Partners In Com- passionate Care” For Volunteer Training In S Brevard: For info on HOSF programs, please call 321-269- 4240 or 866-269-4240.
Space Coast Inventors Guild: Membership not required. 4th Sat. Eau Gallie Public Library. 768-1234 The EASE (Early Alzheimer’s Support & Education) program empowers individuals diagnosed with Alzhei- mer’s disease & related dementias
& their family member(s) to become active participants in their care by educating them about the disease as well as care & treatment options. For info, please call the E. Central Florida Memory Disorder Clinic at (321)768- 9575 or Alzheimer’s Association at (800)272-3900.
HOSPICE OF ST. FRANCIS Be- reavement Program - Adults Call to reg & learn locations. 321-269- 4240 or 866-269-4240 First Wed at 9am - Men’s Breakfast, Titusville. F1st Thur at 11:30am.– Ladies’ Luncheon, Titusville. 2nd Mon at 11:30 a.m. - Melbourne Lunch Bunch, Melbourne. 3rd Thur at 11:30 am New Begin- nings Luncheon, Titusville. Mons at 3pm – Support Groups, Hospice of
St. Francis, 4875 N. Wickham Rd., Ste. 108. 2nd & 4th Thur from 1pm
to 2pm – Support Groups, Hospice of St. Francis, 1250-B Grumman Pl, Titusville 32780. 2nd & 4th Thur from 5:30pm. to 7pm. – Support Grps, Hospice of St. Francis, 4875 N. Wickham Rd., Ste. 108, Melbourne 32940.
CAREGIVER EDUCATION & RE- SOURCE PROGRAM–free to Brevard County residents. Please call Caregiv- er Program Coordinator at 321-269- 4240 x330 or toll free 866-269-4240 For info & to reg.
program will be held in 1st Methodist Church in Cocoa. Info: Sharon Melton 1-800-272-3900.
INCOCOA BEACH
Hatha Yoga: Tue, 2:00 p.m. at the Cocoa Beach Library, 550 N. Brevard Ave. 868-1104.
National Active & Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) NARFE Apollo Chapter 1137 meets monthly on the 2nd Mon of each month at Kay’s BBQ Restaurant, SR 520 in Cocoa. You are invited to join us for lunch at 11:30 & an interesting speaker at 12:15. No reservations required. www.NARFE.org/Chap- ter1137
Yoga Therapy class on Fri mornings from 10-11:30am. The cost is $8 & they can call here to get more info.
ININDIAN HARBOR BEACH AARP#1413, 1st Fri, 11:30am-2pm, Indian Harbor Beach Comm Center at Gleason Park, 1233 Yacht Club Blvd., 446-9358
INMELBOURNE
Grief Therapy Support Group If you have lost a loved one & would like or need the support of others, please consider joining us on the 2nd & 4th Thur of the month at 10am.
We meet in the Advent Lutheran Church at 7550 N Wickham Rd Mel- bourne, FL For info, please call Joan at (321) 610-8348.
Tap Dance for Grown-ups, Eau Gallie Civic Center, Mon 6pm Beg. 6:30 int.-adv. 255-4608.
Virtual Dementia Tours 2nd
Wed. of every month 3 to 5 PM at Joe’s Club, 4676 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne, Tours are free & you
can schedule an appt by calling 321-253-4430. The tour is a method of building greater understanding
of dementia through a hands-on experience that provides critical insight to those caring for a person with dementia.
Memories in the Making Meets weekly 10-11:30 am Health First Center for Family Caregivers 3661
S Babcock Road, Melbourne Memories in the Making(R) is a
FREE signature art program by
the Alzheimer’s Association, that provides people living with early stage Alzheimer’s & Dementia with a forum to express themselves through watercolor painting & drawing. Be- cause there are no mistakes in art, creativity & fun are the primary focus. Caregivers are welcome to attend
& participate. Please join us! No art experience is needed to attend, but space is limited! Call 800-272-3900 For info.
The City of Melbourne, Eau Gallie Civic Center is now offering: Ameri- can Kenpo Karate for All Ages, Ballrm Dancing for Adult, Adult Tap Dancing. Call 255-4608.
“Sit & Fit”: 2 to 3 pm every Wed
at Health First Leeza’s Place, 3661
S. Babcock St, Babcock Center, Mel- bourne. Please call (321) 951-7118 to reg.
Family Memories: 1:30 to 3:30 pm Thur at Health First Leeza’s Place, 3661 S. Babcock St, Babcock Center, Melbourne. Call (321) 951-7118.
New York State Club
Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 11:30
am – 2:00 PM
Restaurant: Young’s Buffet, 4700 Bab- cock Street, Palm Bay Road & Babcock Street, 321 676 – 6188
Topic: “Solving Everyday Prob-
lems” Speaker: Professor Irving D. Kommel, Blitzkrig University
The New York State Club membership consists of former residents of New York State. The Club meets year round on the 3rd Tuesday of every month for lunch at restaurants in Brevard County, Florida. Members & guests have an opportunity to meet former residents from all counties of New York State. Our club hosts at lunch outstanding guest speakers, or a pan- el of presenters offering stimulating educational programs for member’s enhancement. Our goal is to have a vibrant, growing, & meaningful New York State Club that fosters ongoing camaraderie & fellowship. New York State Club Coach John Trieste, 321 446–9358
Jan. 19
Jan. 27
The Single, Separated, Widowed & Divorced (SSWD) card bingo night on Friday, Jan. 19 starting at 5:00 p.m at the Parish Center, Church of Our Saviour, 5301 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach. All are welcome to attend. Please bring a snack to share & canned goods for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. For other details, call 321-868-7775.
Winter Dance hosted by the Single, Separated, Widowed & Divorced (SSWD), Jan. 27, from 8:00 - 11:00 p.m. at the Church of Our Saviour Gym., 5301 N. Atlantic Ave. All singles & couples are wel- come. “Visions” will provide the live music. Tickets are $10 ea. and proceeds will bene t various char- ities. For other details, call (321) 868-7775 or 783-4152.
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INCAPE CANAVERAL Watercolor Class: Mons 12:30- 3:30pm at the Cape Canaveral Library, 201 Polk Ave, Cape Canaver- al. This mixed level class is small to ensure plenty of individual attention. Come learn in a fun & supportive environment. BobbQ Brown at 321- 536-7773 for info & to reg.
INCOCOA
The Central Area of Brevard County Parks & Recreation offers free Seniors Social Time on Wed, from 9-12n, at Travis Park Comm Center, 2001 Michigan Avenue in Cocoa. For info, call (321) 633-1871.
The Brevard Genealogical Soci- ety meets 2nd Mon of each month at 9:30am, Central Brevard Library, 308 Forrest Ave, Cocoa. Visitors interested in discovering & recording family history are invited to attend. 321- 868-0075 or www. bgs.org.
The EASE (Early Alzheimer’s Support & Education) 7 week educational
INMELBOURNE BEACH Brevard County Parks & Recre- ation is offering several programs for senior citizens at the South Beach Comm Center, located at 500 Old Florida Trail, in Melbourne Beach. Seniors can enjoy a variety of activi- ties including Ladies Tea, a walking club,social games.
Ladies Tea is a free program held on the last Wed of every month from 2 to 3:30pm Attendees should bring a recipe & a treat to share. Please call to reserve a spot.
Mah Jongg & Bridge clubs at the center are also growing in popularity. Call 321-952-3210 For info about these & other programs for people
of all ages at the South Beach Comm Center.


































































































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