Senior Events: 4-29-19

The following will take place next week at the Wood County Senior Center, 305 N. Main St., Bowling Green.
Many programs require advance registration, which is indicated by an *. For information call the office
of Wood County Committee on Aging at 419-353-5661. Visit its website for information on daily programs
www.wccoa.net
Meals
Lunch is served daily at all county senior centers. No person over 60 shall be denied nutrition services
because of failure to contribute all or part of the cost. Participants shall determine for themselves
what they are able to contribute. A $2 suggested donation is appreciated for lunches.
Next week’s menu features: Tuesday, roasted pork or broccoli stuffed chicken breast; Wednesday, hamloaf
or buffalo chicken mac; Thursday, chicken patty or sausage patty; Friday, scalloped potatoes and ham or
roasted vegetable lasagna.
Dinner is served at the Wood County Senior Center Tuesday through Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. and reservations
are needed by 2 p.m. Suggested donation is $4. The dinner menu is: Tuesday, macaroni and cheese;
Wednesday, roast pork; Thursday, chicken salad sandwich.
TUESDAY
9-11 a.m. Art Class: Yarn Coasters hosted by a Bowling Green State University art education student *
10 a.m. Class: Club Fit Sponsored by BG Care Center *
1-3 p.m. Class: Matter of Balance, Cost: $15 *
2:30 p.m. Class: Delay the Disease *
4 p.m. Readers Café: Featured book “Same Kind of Different as Me” by Ron Hall, Denver Moore and Lynn
Vincent *
5 p.m. Class: Intermediate Yoga *
WEDNESDAY
10 a.m. Class: 30 Minute Circuit *
10:30-noon Origami Art Program: hosted by a BGSU education student *
2 p.m. Grocery shopping at Meijer*
THURSDAY
9:30-11 a.m. Art Class: Stained Glass Butterfly/Dragonfly hosted by a BGSU education student *
10 a.m. Writers Group
10 a.m. Class: Intermediate/Advanced Yoga *
FRIDAY
10 a.m. Class: Watercolor Art Class, free and open to the public, bring supplies
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Guiding Pathways: Wood Haven Health Care, 1965 E. Gypsy Lane Road, Bowling Green, designed
for those with mild-to-moderate cognitive impairments, cost $10 *
1 p.m. Class: Line Dancing *
ADVANCE PLANNING
Art Therapy: May 24 from 10:30 a.m.-noon at the Wood County Senior Center. Paint pinecones to look like
flowers and arranging them with other natural material on a wood plaque. Wear old clothing or bring a
paint shirt. Art projects are geared towards any skill level with support techniques offered to overcome
any hurdle. This group is appropriate for individuals with early-to-moderate memory loss, but all are
welcome. For more information or to register for this program contact the Programs Department at
419-353-5661 or 800-367-4935 or email [email protected]