I hope you have been enjoying the beautiful colors Mother Nature is bringing to the area. There is nothing quite like a hike in the crisp air through crunching colorful leaves!
Link to the Senior Center - https://www.franklinma.gov/fsc
Link to the Senior Center Calendar -https://www.franklinma.gov/node/39/events/day/2020-07-07
Link to Franklin Matters - https://www.franklinmatters.org/
Link to the Town's webpage - https://www.franklinma.gov/
October 30th 1:30pm - Healthy never Tasted So Good - Chef Edmond from The Enclave of Franklin will demo the steps to prepare a Seasonal Main course dish, focusing on Brain healthy ingredients and Super Foods. The menu includes Pasta Primavera with fresh seasonal vegetables (peppers, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, olives, carrots and herbs) in an olive oil, garlic sauce with grated Parmesan Cheese We will also have the Recipe and a sampling in "to-go" containers available for any attendees. Drive by Pick UP at the Enclave Friday afternoon for all attendees. Email email@example.com to attend RSVP Required by 10/27th.
Caregivers- The Alzheimer's Association's New England chapters have developed resources to help those with Alzheimer's, dementia and their caregivers navigate the challenges presented by the COVID-19 crisis. Click the link below for more information.
Chair Yoga for the spine. 6 gentle movements
Paul Eugene Lantin Dance moves. Fun and fitness at home! Mambo cha cha cha
Relaxing piano music. Soothes away stress, anxiety and helps you relax.
The sound of music soundtrack with videos from the movie
Just for Fun
Zinnia TV was created by Allyson Schrier, a dementia educator for her Husband who has early onset dementia. Zinnia has hundreds of 5-10 minute videos, paced for those with various stages of dementia with topics ranging from gardening, skiing, dogs, and pretty much anything you can think of. Videos can be watched independently and more specifically used for caregivers as conversation starters and a way to meaningfully engage.
Life's unexpected moments
Animals caught in the act
Stubborn Home Owners
Spectacular drone footage of Fall foliage in New England.
Jeanne Robertson - Learning cursive...or not
Abott and Costello "Who's on First"
Unsung Hero - This is always one of my favorite reminders that kindness is not only for others but also for yourself.
Homeless, Ex-Marine plays the piano on the streets. Hear his incredible story.
Attached you will find:
Donna's fun filled activity pages
Baking Cookies Crossword
Fall color/paint by number sheet
Harvest Moon Word Find
EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS AT THE FRANKLIN SENIOR CENTER
October special events -call the Franklin Senior Center, visit our website or check out the October newsletter for more details about these programs!
Oct. 26th - Norfolk County Sheriff presents "Scams"
Oct. 26th - 2pm- Memory Cafe with Wayne Neon
Oct. 30th - 1:30pm- Healthy Never Tasted So Good - cooking demonstration and food pick up
October daily events - contact the senior center, visit our website or the newsletter for more details about our weekly offerings.
Tele Bingo - call in game
Book Discussion Group (Page Turners) 1st Monday of the Month
Low Vision Support Group (1st and 3rd Tuesday)
Audio Book Club (2nd and 4th Tuesday)
Quarantini Time - Social cocktail group
Blood Pressure and Sugar screenings
Wellness consults via phone
Medical equipment distribution and donations
Fibromyalgia support group (1st wed of the month)
Caregivers Support Group (2nd and 4th wed)
Cardio strength and balance class
Current events discussion group
TOPS (Taking off pounds sensibly)
SUNSHINE group (supportive Day)
Love, virtual hugs and good health to you all! We are still here for you! Please feel free to email Donna and I with questions, concerns or just to check in!
Ariel & Donna
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For those of you who attend our Memory Cafe events I invite you to learn more about attending a VIRTUAL Memory Cafe through Zoom! There are many options to choose from.
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