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.
Come for Monday Munch at the Charlotte Senior Center and enjoy food from around the globe.
With the warmer weather, it’s the time of year when everyone wants to be outside.
Mulligatawny soup, the featured item for Monday Munch at the Charlotte Senior Center, has a long, intriguing history.
The pandemic has highlighted the importance of social connections. The Charlotte Senior Center is more than just a building where activities happen.
Come to the Charlotte Senior Center and celebrate spring with good food and good conversation. Monday Munch on March 27…
Probably no one is excited to learn that March is National Frozen Food Month
Feeling a bit of cabin fever these days now that winter weather has arrived? Looking for some inspiration for travel?
When you stop by the senior center or look at the newsletter, you may be surprised by the variety of classes being offered.
Be it beanpoles, bean counters or bean spillers, when we’re full of beans, both linguistically and nutritionally, we’re well off.
Don’t fret if you missed Homemade Soup Day on Feb. 4. You’ll find excellent soup at the Charlotte Senior Center on Feb. 13.
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Looking for something to do? How about joining a new backgammon league or yoga strength building practice?
Be of good cheer. Feb. 1 is Ice Cream for Breakfast Day!
Feeling the post-holiday blues? How about joining a class at the senior center?
Knowing that January is Hot Tea Month and National Oatmeal Month may not cause anyone to burst into song, but certainly January is the time to celebrate snow.