Monday-Thursday: 8 AM to 4 PM
Fridays: 8 AM to 12 Noon
Kitchen: Mon-Thurs 8 AM to 4 PM
Closed Weekends and Holidays
Mondays at 9:30 AM
First and Third at 1 PM
TAI CHI CLASS
Tuesdays at 9 AM
Tuesdays at 10 AM
LADIES SEWING AND QUILTING GUILD (FORMERLY THE PILLOW CASE PROJECT)
Tuesdays at 10:30 AM
LADIES CARDS & GAMES
Tuesdays at 12:30 PM
Wednesdays at 10:30 AM
Wednesdays at 12:30 PM
Thursdays at 9 AM
Thursdays at 10 AM
MEN’S MORNING COFFEE
Fridays at 9 AM
KNITTING & CROCHETING
Fridays at 10 AM
Veterans Services - Call 508-252-2247, ext. 3122
Council on Aging Board - 3rd Wednesday at 6 PM
Senior Citizens Club - 1st/3rd Thursdays at 1:30 PM
Best is Yet to Come - Call 508-252-4602
With Dr. Marian Markowitz. Appointments start at 10 AM on select dates. Call 508-252-3372.
(Blood Pressure/Blood Glucose)
Third Thursday of the month from 10 AM to 12 PM. Basic screenings are offered free of charge.
Free 911 cell phones
File of Life
Are you OK? Program
Gladys L. Hurrell Rehoboth
Council on Aging
free unless otherwise noted
SENIOR CENTER CLOSED
Tuesday, July 4
Thursday, June 8
THE BEST IS YET TO
New members always welcome! Annual dues are $6 per person for many great activities throughout the year.
Friday, June 16
FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST
All are invited to enjoy a delicious breakfast to honor dads and grandfathers. Tickets are $3 per person.
Monday, June 19
THE FRIENDS OF THE
New members always welcome!
Monday, June 19
REHOBOTH TRIAD MULTI-GENERATIONAL LUNCHEON
Rehoboth TRIAD hosts their annual luncheon. New members always welcome! Meetings are typically short in length and held about eight times a year. TRIAD sponsors events for local elders and the community.
Thursday, June 15
CITIZENS CLUB MEETING
This social and charitable organization helps seniors in Rehoboth have a better life. New members always welcome!
We would like to thank the Rehoboth Cultural Council for enhancing the cultural experience for our seniors.
LADIES SEWING AND QUILTING GUILD
(Formerly called the Pillowcase Project)
This is our charitable sewing group. We will still make pillowcases, baby blankets and quilts, dresses for the “Dress a Girl Around the World” project. No experience necessary. Meets Tuesdays at 10:30 AM.
KNITTING AND SEWING GROUP
If you like to knit or crochet, or you want to learn, the Ladies of the Needles, are always there to share their knowledge with you. Don’t be shy! Women and men are both invited. Come in and try it out on Fridays at 10 AM.
BABY STUFF NEEDED
We are donating “baby stuff” to new moms who deliver at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro. If you love to knit, crochet, and/or sew and would like to make some extra items, we will donate them!
WE STILL NEED COTTON, FLANNEL, YARN
If you have some printed cotton or flannel fabric around, please consider donating it for our ongoing pillowcase project. We make colorful, cheerful pillowcases/belonging bags for the pediatric patients at Sturdy Hospital. Yarn is used to make baby and chemotherapy hats.
Veterans Services Officer 508-252-4467, ext. 3122
SENIOR CENTER PHONE EXTENSIONS: Main Number 508-252-3372 Front Desk Ext. 4011
Linna Sherman Ext. 4012 - Adm. Asst. Ext. 4015 - Brad Marshall Ext. 4017 - Meal Site Ext. 4010
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFO
Registration is required for all programs. All activities have a sign-up sheets at the Center. Please call 508-252-3372.