Since December has been labeled Fruitcake Month, we can be forgiven for a few more observations on the topic.
Are you still searching for a holiday gift or looking for something new to try out in 2023?
Recently retired or new to the area? Looking to make new connections and friendships?
Consider the plight of volunteer cooks at the Charlotte Senior Center. The deadline for the Dec. 1 newspaper is Nov. 25.
What better way to balance the indulgences of the holiday season than prioritizing health and well-being?
Some wag once said, “Eternity is two people and a roast turkey.”…
October is gone, but fear not: Pumpkin persists.
With daylight savings time soon ending, the days already seem shorter as it becomes darker earlier.
When planning late October meals at the Charlotte Senior Center, Monday Munch follows Cinderella’s wisdom: “I’d say the first thing you need is a pumpkin.”
As the beauty of fall foliage is all around us and the mornings get chilly, many activities are blooming at the senior center for the final weeks of October.
If you’re a fan of Sandra Boynton’s calendars, you’ll know that October is filled with remarkable days, starting with National Homemade Cookies Day and ending with Magic Day (also known as Halloween).
October is a full month with hikes scheduled, a birding trip and the return of the AARP Safe Drivers program.
The mornings are cooler and the colors of autumn are beginning to show, but there are still plenty of opportunities to be outside during this invigorating time of year, whether it is hiking, visiting the Ethan Allen Homestead or participating in a birding trip.
From apple pie à la mode to an Octoberfest of food delight, you don’t want to miss upcoming Monday Munches at the Charlotte Senior Center.
As you enjoy your Monday Munch salad, think of dining with Thomas Jefferson.
September at the Charlotte Senior Center is full of activities with new programming.
With September upon us and the arrival of autumn rapidly approaching, now is the time to squeeze in those final summer experiences.
Reminder: The Charlotte Senior Center is an official cooling center for the town. You are welcome any time.
If you are looking for a creative outlet or an opportunity to spend time outdoors, there is something for everyone at the Charlotte Senior Center.
Ice cream is an ancient treat. By 550 BC, frozen desserts made of ice, honey, saffron and fruits were part of the ancient Iranian culture.