This month’s schedule is full.
At press time, volunteer cooks for Monday Munch on Sept. 11 and 18 were still deciding on menus, but it is safe to assume there will be no celebrations of National TV Dinner Day (which occurs every year on Sept. 10).
Trying to brush up on your language conversation skills?
Jay Rayner, restaurant critic for The Guardian, begins his column: “Good things don’t always come easy.
There is a book discussion with Marilyn Webb Neagley, a hearing loss presentation with complimentary hearing tests and hearing aid cleanings, the Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group and the Senior Art Show all scheduled in September.
Last Thursday, a steady flow of people of all ages were at the Charlotte Senior Center for the Red Cross Blood Drive.
The July 31 New Yorker food newsletter’s “Serious Italian food with a sense of humor” describes a slice of crumbly olive-oil cake whose dark marble swirl is made up, not of chocolate, but of pureed black olive.
Worst food idea of the week: A Washington Post recipe developer invited readers to celebrate Barbie by making pink pasta. Whether you like the movie or not, the very pink pasta looks gross.
Volunteers make a difference. The senior center offers a wide variety of programming through the support of many volunteers.
The heat and humidity of summer have arrived. If the temperature feels overwhelming, the senior center is the perfect way to spend time inside with cool air conditioning.
Although National Mustard Day isn’t until the first Saturday in August, July 4 is coming soon, and surely that brings mustard to mind.
Thank you to all the talented musicians who played as part of Make Music VT, with a special thank you to Nick Carter who coordinated the line-up of musicians performing at the senior center and library as part of World Make Music Day.
Summer is rapidly approaching, and with the warmer weather, there is interest in spending time outdoors. Consider joining one of the hiking, kayaking or canoeing trips.
You’ll find strawberry shortcake, a perennial topic of discussion; disagreement; and pleasure at the Charlotte Senior Center on June 19.
At BottleRock Napa Valley you can get a deep-fried corn dog stuffed with fish mousse and chopped lobster, topped with remoulade and caviar. It will set you back $26; doctor’s advisory not included.
The senior center’s first Senior Resource Fair was a great success. Over 30 organizations were present and close to 90 individuals attended during the two hours of the fair.
Celebrated Library of Congress poet laureate Donald Hall, who lived at Eagle Pond Farm in New Hampshire, once remarked that on his birthday every year he got to choose the menu: meatloaf, corn niblets, rice and chocolate cake.
This month there are two big events happening at the senior center. The Senior Resource Fair is 3-5 p.m., Wednesday, May 24, and the Charlotte Senior Center annual plant sale is on Saturday, May 27 from 9 a.m.-noon.
May is shaping up to be a busy month at the senior center, with a highlight being a Senior Resource Fair with over 30 organizations participating.
Come for Monday Munch at the Charlotte Senior Center.