Mentor Senior Center July August 2015

July - August 2015 Insiide thhis issue 4th of July Luncheon Ev Events, Programs .................................... ...

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July - August 2015

Insiide thhis issue

4th of July Luncheon

Ev Events, Programs .................................... 2 Programs, Movies ................................... 3 Pr Special Elders ....................................... 4 Sp Groups & Services ................................... 4 Gr Ongiong Programs .................................. 5 On Cards and Games, Library ...................... 5 Ca Special Senior Events ................................ 6 Sp Calendars ............................................6-7 Ca Directors Corner, Directory .................... 8 Di Travel..................................................9-10 Tr Outdoor Activities.................................11 Ou Summer Classes.....................................12 Su Fall Classes .......................................13-17 Fa FAQs, Food andNutrition Classes.........17 Mentor Farmers Market.........................17 Me Advertisements................................18-19 Ad City Events.............................................20 Ci

Celebrate America’s Birthday! Come join us on July 2 for our own 4th of July celebration. Savor a special menu with a choice of a hamburger or hot dog, an array of summer salads to choose from, along with rolls, iced tea/lemonade and strawberry shortcake for dessert. Mentor Music Makers and Mentor Follies Dancers will be on stage to perform all your favorite patriotic songs. Make your reservations by June 24. Location: Great Room #37970 Jul 2 Thu 11:30 a.m. Resident/Nonresident$6

Mentor Senior Center 8484 Munson Road, Mentor, OH 44060 Phone: 440-974-5725

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Special Luncheons, July - Aug Events Monthly Celebrations

These monthly events are open to everyone. Please be aware that no other food will be served these days. Thank you to Brookdale Sr. Living for co-sponsoring these events. Make reservations in person at the front desk or call in with your credit card.

July Celebration

One of our kitchen’s specialties is being served this month, Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob and a dinner roll with a brownie sundae for dessert. Grammy nominated, gifted vocalist and accomplished musician, Ron Sluga will provide entertainment with his guitar, banjo, mandolin, and button box. Cost is $6. Reserve by July 24. #36573 Jul 31 Fri 11:30 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: $6

August Celebration This is the month of our annual picnic. Feast on a !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"#$%&!'()*(#+!$,,-! barbequed chicken quarter, sweet potato, coleslaw, roll with butter and bread pudding for dessert. Allan Licht on keyboard will be singing crowd favorites from Sinatra, Motown, R & B, classic rock and more. Cost is $6. Reserve by Aug 21. Location: Great Room #36575 Aug 28 Fri 11:30 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: $6 f

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Hungarian Luncheon Everyone is welcome to join the annual luncheon with a delicious menu of pork paprikash with dumplings, green beans with bacon, a cheesy biscuit and strudel for dessert. Reserve by Aug 6. Location: Cardinal Room #38693 Aug 13 Thu 11:30 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: $6 (Regular lunch service will be available in the Great Room).

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Senior Resources 101

A representative from Randall Residence will provide information on the different types of care available. Location: Cardinal Room #37969 Jun 30 Tue 10 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Lake County Council on Aging - Aging Services Join Christine Armour, Information and Assistance Specialist from the Council on Aging, to learn about the various services and programs available to Lake County residents. Location: Cardinal Room #37260 July 13 Mon 12:30 – 1:00 Resident/Nonresident: Free

Konversation with Ken

Join City Manager Ken Filipiak for his discussion on city issues and information. There will be time set aside at the end for your questions. No registration required. Location: Great Room Jul 15 Wed 12 p.m.

Summer Crisis Program - HEAP

This program is a special component of the Home Energy Assistance Program and provides cooling assistance for seniors and those with qualifying medical conditions with limited income. Register for a 30 minute appointment time. Location: Conf Rm 2 Jul 16 Thu 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Scimitars

The SCIMITARS SWING BAND specializes in the music of the 1940’s, 50’s, and 60’s; the era of the “Big Bands”. They bring back the sounds of the “swing” era. Donations received by the band are used to help support “our kids”: The Shrine Burns and Orthopedic Hospitals, and the Scottish Rite Learning Centers. #36321 Jul 22 Wed 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $3

The ABC’s of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Information to help understand the disease better and how to interact more successfully with people suffering from memory impairments. Location: Cardinal Room #38657 Jul 23 Thu 10 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Gateway Health Series

Health Awareness Series is a monthly educational program that features different topics presented by a guest speaker. The July topic is Issues of the Heart (Disease), August topic is Sex and the Sixties. Location: Cardinal Room #38658 Jul 30 Thu 10:45 a.m. #38659 Aug 27 Thu 10:45 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Great Lakes Pharmacy Social

Come meet pharmacist Kelly Malkamaki from Great Lakes Pharmacy in Mentor to answer your medication questions and offer solutions to making medication compliance easier!!! Bagels and donuts provided. Location: Cardinal Room #38688 Aug 5 Wed 10 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Mentor Senior Center | 8484 Munson Road, Mentor, Ohio 44060

July - November Events/Movies Lunch and Learn with McMahon-Coyne-Vitantonio Funeral Homes

Lunch and learn is a casual and informative way to explore what pre-planning a funeral is all about. Presented by Kevin Coyne. Program includes free drink, entree and dessert. Location: Cardinal Room #38689 Aug 6 Thu 10:30 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Newcomers Meeting

New members who joined in the last three months can meet each other and receive a thorough orientation about the Mentor Senior Center with our Director Renee Ochaya and Recreation Coordinator David Duricky. Call the front desk through July 30 if you plan to attend. Location: Great Room #38660 Aug 6 Thu 2 p.m. #38661 Aug 6 Thu 6 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Investing in Hearing Aids

Be an informed consumer. The presentation provides basic information on hearing aids. Learn about the loss of hearing, styles of hearing aids, and the technology in today’s products. Location: Cardinal Room #38664 Aug 7 Fri 10 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

International Potluck Picnic at Mentor Beach Park

The views are spectacular and we always have a great time rain or shine at this popular venue. Bring a dish to share that has been a tradition in your culture or just a favorite of yours and a place setting. Coffee and lemonade will be provided. Transportation is available by scheduling with LakeTran at 440-354-6100. Complimentary reservations are available at the Mentor Senior Center until Aug 14. Entertainment will be provided by the Mentor Music Makers and other cultural group performers. The Italian, German, and Hungarian Culture Groups host this event and all are welcome. Location: Mentor Beach Park Pavilion #38665 Aug 18 Tue 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Line Dance Party

Dance the night away with all your favorite line dance songs. Light refreshments will be served. Location: Great Room #38666 Aug 31 Mon 7 - 9:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $5 until August 27, $7 after August 27

90+ Celebration

Monster Bash Dinner Theatre This comedy of terrors, written by Frank Krupa, is a “monsterpiece” of side splitting laughs and devilishly clever high jinx. Come as your favorite Halloween or hor!"!#$%&#'()!)'*+!#*"#,+#+%-.-,%+# for a prize. Great entertainment for all ages and a delicious meal included. This special live event is presented by Center Stage Mentor with original musical lyrics by Nicky Bucur. Reserve your seats early by calling (440) 974-5725. Location: Great Room #37301 Sep 18 Fri 7 – 9 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $17 before Aug 18, $18 after Aug 18

“Favorites” Presented by the Hillcrest Concert Band The band will play “Favorites” for its 60th Anniversary concert in 2015. Enjoy an evening of great music, performed by the 60 piece Hillcrest Concert Band. Light refreshments will follow. Reservations accepted until Sep 15. If space is available, there will be door sales. Location: Great Room #38274 Sep 22 Tue 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $4

Our members that are celebrating life after 90 share their secrets to longevity! The menu is our savory Arts and Crafts Sale meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green Homemade arts and crafts of all beans and chocolate raspberry Volunteer Recognition mousse for dessert. The meal ticket kinds will be available at the anLuncheon is free if you are 90 or older, complinual Arts and Crafts Sale. There Our volunteers are worth their ments of Mentor Seniors LLC Board. is no admission fee, and the sale weight in gold and this is our opMake reservations by Aug 13. is open to the public. The cost is portunity to give them a round of applause. If you are a member and Participants under 90 years old $25 for a 6-ft. table and $20 for may make reservations for $6 after have recorded at least 12 voluna 5-ft table. Registration begins Aug 20 until we are sold out. Piano teer hours from Jul 1, 2014-Jun Aug 10 for resident seniors and entertainment will be provided by 30, 2015, your registration will be Aug 11 for nonresident seniors. If paid for by funds allocated through Marge Syroney. space permits, non-seniors regisLocation: Great Room Mentor Senior Center LLC Board ter beginning Oct 1. #38696 Sep 11 Fri 11:30 a.m. and the City of Mentor. The menu Nov 14 Sa a.m.-3 Satt 9 a. a.m. m.-3 p.m. m. Resi Re side si dent de nt/N nt/N /Non onre on $6 is a delicious roasted turkey dinner, #38697 Resident/Nonresident: along with a cupcake for dessert. g Non-volunteers and guests can 100youn g 2 n 9 ou also purchase the meal for $6.00. rs sy yea r We will be entertained by Tom a ye Todd. An invitation postcard will be sent to all eligible volunteers. Reservations must be made by Aug 1. Location: Great Room Their #38694 Aug 12 Wed 11:30 a.m. secret... exercise #38695 Resident/Nonresident: $6

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Special Elders, Groups, Services Culture Groups

Pick up a yearly calendar of events at the front desk for your favorite Culture Group.

German Culture Group Contact Mike Bauer for information at 440-352-6495. Location: Cardinal Room Jul 6 Aug 3 Mon 10 a.m.

Italian Culture Group Contact Dave Duricky at the center for more information. Location: Cultural Arts Room Jul 7 Aug 4 Tue 11:45 a.m.

Hungarian Cultural Group Contact Elaine Spondike for information at 440-354-2423. Location: Cardinal Room Jul 9 Aug 13 Thu 10:30 a.m. Hungarian Culture Group Luncheon Thu, Aug 13, 11:30 a.m.

Health and Advisory Services

Attorney – Gary Rosenthal,

Parkinson’s Support Group

Location: Conference Room 2 Jul 15 Aug 19 Wed 1 - 2 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Call for appointment.

Blood Pressure Screening Sponsored by Hospice of the Western Reserve. Location: Conference Room 2 Jul 6 Aug 3 Mon 11:30 -12:30 Resident/Nonresident: Free Call for appointment.

Hearing Screening Jul 1 Wed 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Mary Ann’s Hearing Aug 5 Wed 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Mary Ann’s Hearing Location: Conference Room 2 Resident/Nonresident: Free Call for appointment.

Memory Care Support Group Performing Groups

Our performing groups are available for outside performances.

Mentor Follies Dancers Join us for great exercise, dance and fun. Director: Rena Ellwanger Location: Stage Wed 7 p.m.

Discuss signs, symptoms, resources available, caregiving help and other topics for those touched by Alzheimer’s and dementia. No registration. Facilitator: Lynn Davis Location: Stage Jul 9, 30 Aug 13, 27 Thu 1–2 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Patients, caregivers, family and friends – all are welcome! Come share, learn from each other. Find support and encouragement. Location: Cultural Arts Room Jul 7 Aug 4 Tue 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Podiatrist Wednesdays Location: Health Service Room Dr Spivack Jul 1, 15 & 29 Aug 5, & 19 Dr Coppers (Cash Only please) Jul 8 & 22 Aug 12 & 26 Resident/Nonresident: $20 paid directly to Doctor. Call for appointment.

Visionaries Support Group

If you suffer from vision impairment, plan to attend these free meetings. Facilitator: Licensed Optician Debbie Kogler. No registration. Location: Cutural Arts Room Jul 22 Aug 26 Wed 2 - 4 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

Vitality Massage

Relax with a 20-minute treatment in a specially designed chair. Therapist: David Hansen Location: Conference Room 2 Jul 21 Aug 18 Tue 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $12 Paid directly to David Hansen Call for appointment.

Special Elders

Any member that has a need for special assistance is eligible for the Special Elders Program. We have four staff members dedicated to working with the Special Elders population from 10:30 - 2:00, Monday Friday. The Special Elders gives seniors the support and assistance they need to more fully participate in Senior Center recreation activities. See Dianne, Betsy, Maggie or Deb for enrollment information.

Mentor Music Makers Director: Marija Voljin Location: Stage Wed 10 a.m.

Theater Group Mentor’s Act One monthly meeting. Stop by to learn more. Location: Stage Jul 15 Aug 19 Wed 12:30 p.m.

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Activities Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m. Jul 7 - Outdoor Fun Jul 14 - Music Bingo Jul 21 - Atlas Cinema - TBA Jul 28 - Bunco Aug 4 - Ice Cream on the patio !"#$%%$&$'(")*+,-./0 Aug 18 - Scrabble Aug 25 - Wii Bowling

Shopping Trips Thursdays at 11:15 a.m. Jul 2 - No shopping Jul 9 - K-Mart Jul 16 - Home Goods & Gordman’s Jul 23 - Walmart Jul 30 - Kohl’s Aug 6 - Out to Lunch - TBA Aug 13 - Marc’s 306 Mentor Aug 20 - Target Aug 27 - TJ Maxx/Dollar Tree

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Ongoing Programs, Library, Cards & Games Ongoing Programs Arts & Crafts See page 15 for class information.

Chair Volleyball Chair volleyball allows those with physical limitations to participate in this fun game played weekly. Location: Studio Mon 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Wed 12 – 2 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Cordial Connections Don’t let the dog days of summer get you down. Get out and meet some new friends. The club ”where single seniors meet and mingle.” Leader: Gayle 440-953-4469. Fishing Club Jul 21 - Fishing at Lake Metroparks Hidden Lake in Leroy Township Aug 5, 19 – Schoney Perch Charters Wed 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $65 Harmonica Beginner harmonica lessons. No experience needed. Music provided. Instructor Harold Lavelle Location: Conf Rm 2 Tue 10 - 11 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free !"#$%&'(%)$'*+,-" Purchase stamps and mail packages. !"#$%&'#()&'$(*+&,-&-.*&/#+-&0123*4& Location: Lobby Jul 1, Aug 5 Wed 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Needlecraft Program Bring any crochet, knitting, crossstitch, etc., to work on. Location: Great Room Mon 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Punch Embroidery Coordinator: Richard Victor Location: Cutural Arts Room Mon Jul 13, 27 1 p.m. Mon Aug 10, 24 1 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Secret Pals The Pals meet monthly at a local restaurant for lunch and exchange a gift during the holidays. Please register one week prior to join us. Location: Olivor Twist, 4061 Erie St Willoughby #38691 Jul 8 Wed 1 - 3 p.m.

Ongoing Programs, cont’d

Bingo

Secret Pals, Con’t.

Location: Redhawk Grille 7481 Auburn Rd. Painesville #38692 Aug 5 Wed 1 - 3 p.m. Veteran’s Group Leader: Dennis Brandt 257-6729 Location: Stage Jul 13, Aug 10 Mon 9:30 a.m. Voice Your Views Facilitated by Debbie Muzik. Come listen, learn, and discuss a wide variety of topics. Visitors are always welcome. Jul 3 - Center Closed Jul 10 - Open Forum Jul 17 - Better (?) living with prescription drugs Jul 24 - 21st century lifestyles - what in the world is going on? Jul 31 - Outing Aug 7 - Outing Aug14 - Open Forum Aug 21 - If you are social media savvy, please join us because we are not and want to be! Aug 28 - Outing **Topics are subject to change*** Location: Conference Room 1 Fri 1 - 2:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free Woodcarving Beginners or experienced carvers. /,--*5(+&,(%&-##'+&,",$',6'*4&7.*&25+-& project kit is available for $5, payable to the instructor. Remaining projects and wood are at your expense. Instructor: Ken Kothera Location: Cutural Arts Room Tue 2 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free In Memorium

Sympathy cards were mailed to the family of members: Eleanor Johnson, Bernard Urban, Dorothy Morton, Charlotte Frankowski, Eileen McGrattan, Otto Heinemeyer, David Harrington, Joe Polakowski, and Alice Jaksa. Make your card requests in the blue book at the Front Desk for deceased or ill members. To maintain accurate records, please keep us informed of the passing of our members.

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Cards and Games

Location: Cardinal Room Mon and Wed 1 - 2 p.m.

Evening Tournament Pinochle All players must be experienced. Location: Cardinal Room Tue 6:30 - 9 p.m.

Duplicate Bridge

Reserve in advance. For more info, call Donna Waggle at 440-951-5389. Location: Cardinal Room Fri 12:30 p.m. Location: Cardinal Room Tue 1:00 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $1 at the door

Informal open play 3-Handed Pinochle

All players must be experienced. Location: Cardinal Room Fri 12:30 p.m.

Corn Hole/Bocci Ball Location: Outdoor Courts Wed 6:30 p.m.

Hand And Foot Card Games Location: Great Room Wed 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. (Players Needed)

Mah Jongg

Location: Lobby Mon 12:30 p.m.

Ping Pong

Open play is available Mon - Fri. Please call ahead for available times.

Library News/Book Group

Please keep food and beverages out of the library. We have an overabundance of paperback books at this time. If we have the room on our free cart, we will accept donations. When donating hardback books we prefer them to be newer releases and in good condition.

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Weekly Ongoing Programs in July & August Monday 8:00 Water Ex Heisley 9:00 Low Impact Aerobics 10:00 Sr.Shape Up Chairs 10:30 Needlecrafters 10:35 Low Impact Aerobics 11:30 Chair Volleyball 11:30 Writing Your Legacy 12:30 Mah Jongg 1:00 Bingo 2:00 Yoga 4, 5, 6:30 & 7:30 Line Dance 6:00 Evening Hiking

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9:00 Low Impact Aerobics 9:00 Tuesday Quilters 9:50 Weight Training 10:00 Harmonica 10:30 Water Exercise Heisley 10:40 Stretch & Balance 11 & 12 Amer. Sign Language 11:30 Arthritis Exercise 12:30 Special Elders 1:00 Duplicate Bridge 1:30 Ballroom Dance 2:00 Woodcarving 2:15 Water Exercise Heisley 3:00 Delay the Disease 5:15 Zumba Gold 6:15 Low Impact Aerobics 6:30 Tournament Pinochle 7:05 Weight Training

8:00 Water Ex Heisley 8:30 Podiatrist 9:00 Zumba Gold 10:00 Hand & Foot Cards 10:00 Cycling 10:00 Mentor Music Makers 10:00 Creative Ceramics 10:00 Sr.Shape Up Chairs 12:00 Chair Volleyball 12:30 Wii begins Aug 26 1:00 Bingo 2:00 Ballet for Balance 5:15 Chair Yoga 6:15 Line Dance 6:30 Corn Hole 6:00 Creative Ceramics 7:00 Follies Dancers

9:00 Low Impact Aerobics 9:50 Weight Training 10:00 All Media Painting 10:00 Hiking - No break week 10:30 Water Exercise Heisley 10:40 Stretch & Balance 11:15 Special Elders Shopping 11:30 Arthritis Exercise 12:15 Wii Bowling 1:15 Water Ex - Strength Training at Heisley 2:00 Tai Chi 2:15 Water Exercise Heisley 3:30 Yoga 5:15 Zumba Gold 6:15 Low Impact Aerobics 7:05 Weight Training

9:00 Low Impact Aerobics 9:15 Drawing Basics 10:00 Sr.Shape Up Chairs 10:15 Drawing Watercolor 10:35 Low Impact Aerobics 11:45 Arthritis Exercise 12:15 Wii Bowling !!!!!!!!!!!"#$%&'!()*+!,-. 12:30 Duplicate Bridge 12:30 3-Handed Pinochle 1:00 Voice Your Views

Saturday 9:00 Yoga 12:00 Water Exercise Heisley

Water Exercise Classes at Heisley do not follow our Fitness break week schedule. The Center will be closed on July 3.

Movies on the Purchase $1 Refreshment ticket prior to Monday Night movies. Friday Matinees are FREE (no refreshments are served). Monday Night Movie July Jul 6, 6:30 p.m. Big Eyes Rated PG 13 Drama/Sport Jul 13, 6:30 p.m. McFarland USA Rated PG-13 Drama Jul 20, 6:30 p.m. The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Rated PG Comedy/Drama Jul 27, 6:30 p.m. Cake Rated R Drama

Friday Matinee Movie July Jul 10, 12:30 p.m. Big Eyes Rated PG 13 Drama/Sport Jul 17, 12:30 p.m. McFarland USA Rated PG-13 Drama Jul 24, 12:30 p.m. The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Rated PG Comedy/Drama

Congratulations! City Manager Ken Filipiak recognized two of our great employees for service milestones. He presented Kathy Schonauer, our front desk em/*0+$$1!2!%34$$&! year pin and Ann Fairchild (not pictured) our Arts & Crafts Stamping 5&'46)7406!8549!2!%34$$&!+$26! pin also. Please stop and thank them for their many years of service.

Monday Night Movie August Aug 3, 6:30 p.m. Unbroken Rated PG 13 Biography/Drama

Aug 10, 6:30 p.m. The Best of Me Rated PG 13 Drama/ Romance Aug 17, 6:30 p.m. Run All Night Rated R Action/Crime/ Drama Aug 24, 6:30 p.m. Birdman Rated R Drama/Comedy

Friday Matinee Movie August Aug 7, 12:30 p.m. Unbroken Rated PG 13 Biography/Drama Aug 14, 12:30 p.m. The Best of Me Rated PG 13 Drama/

Romance Aug 21, 12:30 p.m. Run All Night Rated R Action/Crime/ Drama

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2015 Champs

MSC played host to the 2015 Senior Olympics Cornhole Tournament in June. Visiting Seniors from all over Lake County enjoyed our beautiful grounds and the new patio.

Mentor Senior Center | 8484 Munson Road, Mentor, Ohio 44060

July Calendar Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

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10:00 Hearing Screening !"#$"%&'()%*+,-. Lunch Special: Salisbury steak

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10:00 German Group 11:30 Blood Pressure 6:30 Movie

Lunch Special: Breaded tilapia 7:15 Shawshank Trip 9:30 Veteran’s Group 12:30 Lake Cty Council 13 On Aging 1:00 Punch Embroidery 6:30 Movie Lunch Special: Kielbasa and sauerkraut 6:30 Movie

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Lunch Special: Chicken parmesan 1:00 Punch Embroidery 27 6:30 Movie Lunch Special: Breaded pork chop

11:45 Italian Group 4:15 Parkinsons Support

Thursday

Friday

11:15 Election of Treasurer2 12:30 Arts & Crafts Stamping 12:30 & 3 Bridge Class 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip July 4th Lunch Special: Hamburger or hot dog w/ an array of salads, dessert 10:00 Hungarian Group 9 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip 12:30 Arts & Crafts 12:30 & 3 Bridge Class 1:00 Memory Support Lunch Special: Big Boy combo 8:30 - 12:30 HEAP 16 7:50 Ex Equip

Senior Center Closed3 Fourth of July Holiday

1:00 Secret Pals to Olivor 8 Twist 2:30 Greeter Meeting 4:00 Ex Equip Lunch Special: Spaghet- Lunch Special: Roasted ti and meatballs turkey 12:00 Konversation with Ken 14 12:30 Theater Group 15 1:00 Attorney 4:00 Ex Equip W. Va. Rails Trip July 15 - 17 Lunch Special: Hot roast Lunch Special: Meatloaf Lunch Special: Roasted beef sandwich pork 10:00 Fishing 10:00 ABC’s of 7:45 Put in Bay Trip 21 7:30 Scimitars Concert 22 23 Alzheimers 11:00 Vitality Massage 7:50 Ex Equip 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip Lunch Special: Grilled Lunch Special: Cabbage Ham Steak & scalloped Lunch Special: Jumbo hot rolls potatoes dog 11:15 OTL to Pier W 28 11:15 OTL to Pier W 29 10:45 Gateway Health 30 BUS 2 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip 12:30 Arts & Crafts 2:00 Visionaries 1:00 Memory Support Lunch Special: Chicken Lunch Special: Stuffed Lunch Special: Double pot pie cheeseburger platter peppers

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10 & 11 Piano 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Movie

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Lunch Special: Chef’s salad 10 & 11 Piano 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Movie

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Lunch Special: Taco salad supreme 10 & 11 Piano 24 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Movie 2:30 Food & Nutrition Class Lunch Special: Grilled chicken Caesar salad 10 & 11 Piano 31 12:15 Wii Bowling 11:30 Monthly Celebration: Salisbury steak, mashed

potatoes, corn on the cob and a dinner roll with a brownie sundae for dessert.

Lunch is served every day Monday - Friday 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch specials are $4

August Calendar Monday

Tuesday

10:00 German Group 11:30 Blood Pressure 6:30 Movie

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Lunch Special: Tilapia 8:00 Mentor Registration10 9:30 Veteran’s Group 1:00 Punch Embroidery 6:30 Movie Lunch Special: Tuna or chicken salad wrap 6:30 Movie

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Lunch Special: Philly cheesestake sandwich

Wednesday

Thursday

Lunch Special: Hot roast beef sandwich

7:00 Fishing Charter 10:00 Hearing Screening 5 10:00 Grt Lakes Pharmacy !"#$"%&'()%*+,-. 1:00 Secret Pals to Redhawk 6:30 Ex Equip Lunch Special: Roast pork

8:00 Nonresident Registration 7:50 Ex Equip

11:30 Volunteer Recognition Luncheon 4:00 Ex Equip

10:30 Lunch and learn 6 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip 12:30 Arts & Crafts Stamping 2 & 6 Newcomers Mtg Lunch Special: Grilled ham and cheese sandwich 11:30 Hungarian Lunch 13 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip 12:30 Arts & Crafts 1:00 Memory Support

11:45 Italian Group 4:15 Parkinsons Support

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Lunch Special: Kielbasa and cabbage 11:00 Vitality Massage18 11:30 Int’l Potluck Picnic 12, 1:15 & 7:50 Ex Equip Lunch Special: Chicken and dumplings

Volunteer Luncheon: !"#$%&'()*"+,-.'(/0)1%2( potatoes, and a vegetable 7:00 Fishing Charter 19 12:30 Theater Group 1:00 Attorney 4:00 Ex Equip Lunch Special: Meatloaf

1:00 Punch Embroidery 24 11:15 OTL to Bass Lake25 12:30 Wii Bowling starts Tavern 6:30 Movie 2:00 Visionaries Lunch Special: Smothered chicken with rice 7:00 Line Dance Party

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Lunch Special: Meatball sub

Lunch Special: Nathan’s jumbo hot dog

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Lunch Special: Cabbage rolls

Happy Birthday to our members born in July & August Members Birthdays will be posted on the Lobby Bulletin Board and are available for pick up at the front desk.

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Friday

7:30 Mystery Trip 7 10 & 11 Piano 10:00 Investing in hearing Aids 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Movie Lunch Special: Taco salad supreme 7:30 Mystery Trip 14 10 & 11 Piano 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Movie Lunch Special: Spinach, Lunch Special: Pork Papri- bacon and fresh fruit kash 12 & 1:15 Ex Equip & 11 Piano 20 10 21 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Movie 2:30 Food & Nutrition Class Lunch Special: Chef’s Lunch Special: Chicken salad parmesan with spaghetti 7:30 Toledo Trip 10:45 Gateway health 27 10 & 11 Piano 28 12:15 Wii Bowling 12:30 Arts & Crafts 11:30 Monthly Celebration: 1:00 Memory Support BBQ chicken quarters, sweet potato, cole slaw, roll and Lunch Special: Patty melt bread pudding for dessert Mentor CityFest Aug 28 4 - 11 Friday Aug 29 12 - 11 Saturday

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Directors Corner, Directory, Volunteer Corner Remarks from Renee

SENIOR CENTER INFORMATION

GO CAVS!!! What an exciting ride it has been cheering on our home team on the court. Hopefully this is a warm up .,5%6!0+,52%"(7+%2(*5%*"3%8*"2%/"*1-%2(+% to come for Cleveland. We also have the opportunity to enjoy our friends and neighbors at Cityfest August 28 and 29. Please join us for a great 9((:("3$%&'(%)*5*3(%!-%/11!"#%;)%.*-+<% but it’s not too late to enter your group or organization.

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Dave Discusses We hosted the Senior Games Cornhole tournament on June 4 and it was so nice to utilize the new patio, patio furniture, and enjoy the beautiful landscap!"#$%%&'(%)*+!,%!-%,./0!*112%,)("%*"3%4% encourage you to take advantage of it. It’s a great place to catch up with a friend, read a book, play cards, or enjoy lunch. I want to thank Aaron Goodman for providing custom cornhole boards and bags to the center, the tournament players were very impressed!

WHY do I need to scan in? !Scanning helps ensure that everyone entering the building is a current member. =>0*""!"#%'(1)-%+,%*00;5*+(12%+5*0:%*++("dance numbers which are used to determine Senior Services levy funding allocations to each Senior Center. =>0*""!"#%)5,6!3(-%?;!0:%!3("+!/0*+!,"%!"% case of an emergency. [email protected](*5!"#%2,;5%0*53%8*:(-%!+%(*-!(5%+,% learn members names. =4.%2,;%.,5#(+%2,;5%0*53%,00*-!,"*112%AB%CD% times a year), the desk staff can manually type in your name. However, the staff is very busy serving our members, so we ask you to use your card on a regular basis. Please do your part and make sure every visit is counted.

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Volunteer Corner/Advisory Board

A special thank you is in order for two long time volunteers, Dick and Seba Pletcher who are moving. They have made the center a better place every time they are here. Seba has been an exemplary volunteer receiving numerous honors including Outstanding Senior and Senior of the Year for all of Lake County. Please join me in wishing them well. You will be missed!! There will be a special election on Thursday, July 2 at 11:15 a.m. for the Treasurer position • We are recruiting a committee to help plan the Chinese auction fundraiser in the fall. Please let Renee know if you are interested. • We would like to thank the board for helping purchase the patio furniture. • Kitchen volunteers needed: Tuesday sandwich maker, Friday, 2 dishwashers and a cashier • Greeter volunteer meeting July 8 at 2:30 in Cardinal Room

Mentor Senior Center | 8484 Munson Road, Mentor, Ohio 44060

Travel Quest 2015 Trips Out To Lunch Bunch - Celebrating its 25th year

Pier W, Lakewood 2nd Date added Back by popular demand. We have added a second date to accommodate the extensive interest. When is the last time you had a front row seat to beautiful Lake Erie? Sign up and choose between salmon Caesar salad, blue cod, angus reserve burger and the Pier W club sandwich. Meal includes a seasonal dessert. Choice of coffee, tea or soft drink and meal gratuity included. Registration date May 26, refund date July 23. #37302 Jul 28 Tue 11:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. #38700 Jul 29 Wed 11:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $35 Bass Lake Tavern, Chardon Meal includes choice of penne pasta with chicken, tilapia with rice or pot roast with mashed potatoes and gravy. Save room for fruit crisp, lemon tart or chocolate mousse. Non alcoholic beverage, and meal gratuity are included. Registration date Jun 30, refund date Aug 20. #37303 Aug 25 Tue 11:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $35 Ferrante Winery !"#$%&'#(')#**#'+#,-.#/'0*&1',$2.#.'1$34'5*-%6' and blue or salmon pomodoro. Meal includes a seasonal dessert, choice of coffee, tea or soft drink and meal gratuity. Registration date July 28, refund date Sept 24. #38698 Sep 30 Wed 11:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $35 Ambrosia (same owners of former Little Budapest Restaurant) Choice of Hungarian specialties; chicken paprikash, stuffed peppers, stuffed cabbage or weinerschnitzel. With choice of salad and homemade Hungarian dumplings. Homemade apricot crepes for dessert. Beverages: coffee, tea or soft drink and meal gratuity are included. Registration date Aug 25, refund date Oct 22. #38699 Oct 27 Tue 11:15 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $35 Winery Trip

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Mystery Tour #7 Sold Out - Call to be put on a Wait List Refund Deadline: Jul 7. Activity Level: Mild. #34259 Aug 7 Fri 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. #34260 Aug 14 Fri 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $79 Summer Sunset in Toledo Say goodbye to summer with a trip to the Toledo Museum of Art. We’ll receive a docent-led tour with time to explore on our own and visit the Glass Museum across the street. Lunch is included at Tony Packo’s, a quirky cafeteria eatery. We’ll visit the gated community of Lakeside, Ohio where we’ll relax on the porch of the 1890’s hotel looking out on the Lake Erie shore. Refund deadline: Jul 28 Activity Level: Mild. #34579 Aug 28 Fri 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $79 The Wilds & Dickinson Longhorn Ranch, Cumberland, Ohio The Wilds is a wild animal conservation center located on nearly 10,000 acres. On our bus tour learn the cutting-edge programs of The Wilds. A buffet lunch is included. We also visit a family-owned working Texas Longhorn cattle ranch. This tour includes close up viewing of Bue Lingo, Texas Longhorn and African Watusi cattle herds. Refund Deadline: Aug 10. Activity Level: Mild #34250 Sep 10 Thu 7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $82 Rivers Casino Pittsburgh, PA Casino Incentive: $15 slot plus $5 food per person. #34246 Mon Sep 21 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $29 Historic & Ethnic Cleveland-Part 4 Sold Out - Call to be put on a Wait List Refund deadline: Sep 2. Activity Level: Mild. #34589 Oct 2 Fri 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $79 Raven’s Glenn Winery plus Amish Flea Market, West Lafayette, Ohio Located on the banks of the beautiful Tuscarawas River, Raven’s Glenn Winery combines a classic tasting room, casual dining and a gift shop. You’ll have an extraordinary winery experience. We also visit the Holmes County Flea Market and make a stop at Shearer’s Outlet. Refund deadline: Sep 8. Activity Level: Moderate. #34252 Oct 8 Thu 7:30 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $58

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Travel Quest 2015 Trips Please choose your trips carefully. Once you have registered for a trip there will be no full refunds unless the Senior Center cancels the trip. Trip refunds will be available until the date specified, minus the $10 administrative fee. Prevent the $10 administrative fee by transferring the full amount to another class/trip/program prior to the refund date specified. After the refund date, there are no refunds or transfers unless the reservation can be resold. Participants assume risk of change in personal circumstances or health. One Day Trips Cleveland POP’S Annual Christmas Concert, Cleveland, Ohio Sold Out - Call to be put on a Wait List Refund deadline: Oct. 15. Activity Level: Mild #34590 Nov 29 Sun 12:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $83

Keeping Christmas in Our Hearts Castle Noel is America’s largest indoor Christmas entertainment attraction featuring hundreds of movie props and costumes, millions of dollars in New York City Christmas window displays, a Blizzard Vortex and Santa Klaus Mountain where you can ride the slide just like Ralphie. Bring a wrapped white elephant gift for a silly gift exchange and wear your ugliest Christmas sweater for a chance to win a prize. Other package features include lunch at the Das Dutch Kitchen, a factory tour of P. Graham Dunn, a stop at Lehman’s Hardware (where the Amish shop) and The J. M. Smucker store to purchase an afternoon snack. Refund deadline: Nov 3. Activity Level: Moderate #35146 Dec 3 Thu 8:30 a.m. – 7p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $73 Holiday Party at Higbee’s Silver Grille, Cleveland Sold Out - Call to be put on a Wait List Refund deadline: Oct. 9. Activity Level: Mild #34591 Dec 9 Wed 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $79 New Year’s Eve at NOON on the Nautica, Cleveland Join us for a unique and wonderful day-time New Year’s Eve Celebration. We’ll arrive on the west bank of the Flats to board the Nautica Queen in time for a champagne countdown at Noon, followed by a luncheon buffet with a narrated trip seeing the impressive skyline. The DJ will have music for dancing and after we dock, we’ll head to Tower City to see the holiday decorations or you can look for Lady Luck at our own Horseshoe Casino. You’ll be home and safe in your pajamas in time for the evening news, but feel just like you were on Times Square. Refund deadline: Nov 30. Activity Level: Mild #34592 Dec 31 Thu 10:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $73

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Overnight Trips West Virginia Rails Tour All aboard for this package that includes two train rides (45-mile trip on the Cheat Mountain Salamander which is pulled by two diesel locomotives and the Durbin Rocket which is pulled by a steam locomotive), three shows (“American Music Through History”, “Premier Evening Show” at the American Mountain Theater plus a Dinner theater), a hobo lunch, lunch at a quaint farm restaurant, a trolley museum, outlet shopping plus a stop at a chocolate factory and ice cream parlor. Refund deadline is May 15. Activity Level: Moderate #34254 Wed Jul 15 - Fri Jul 17 $545 per person double, $671 per person single, $514 per person triple, $493 per person quad

New York City Take a Bite of the Big Apple Visit the many highlights of NYC from Times Square to the 911 Memorial. On our guided tour we’ll see Central Park, Little Italy, Chinatown, and the Observation Deck at the Top of the Rock & Monk’s Restaurant. Package includes: 2 nights lodging at The Comfort Suites of North Bergen, NJ. Also, 2 hot breakfasts, dinner at Bubba Gump’s and a dinner at Planet Hollywood. Registration/ Refund deadline/Final payment deadline is Jul 2. Deposit of $150 is due by Jun 2 Activity Level: Strenuous #33496 Wed Sep 2 - Fri Sep 4 $525 per person double, $659 per person single, $499 per person triple New England & Canada Princess Cruise !"#$%&%'()%*+)(,-%+./+(0'%1"-%2(,.#34-.1%5-,(6% Princess cruises north along the eastern seaboard from New York City. En route, you will walk the historic streets of Boston. Hike the breathtaking paths and shorelines of Maine’s Acadia National Park. You’ll visit two quaint cities in Canada’s Atlantic Provinces— Halifax & St. John. Tour includes 1 night lodging, luggage handling, motor coach transportation to NYC & back. Registration/Refund/Final Payment deadline is Jul 1. Deposit of $500 is due with registration. Activity Level: Mild #33494 Fri Sep 25 - Sat Oct 3 $1860 per person inside cabin/double, $2448 per person balcony cabin/double, $2805 per person mini-suite/double

Mentor Senior Center | 8484 Munson Road, Mentor, Ohio 44060

Outdoor Activities MSC Jul - Aug Hiking Club Mornings

Hikes begin at 10 a.m. on Thursdays at designated locations.

MSC Jul - Aug Hiking Club Evenings

Hikes begin at 6 p.m. on Mondays at designated locations.

Jul 2 Orchard Jul 6 PainesHills Park, 11414 ville Kiwanis Caves Rd., Recreation Chesterland Jul Park, 301 9 Lakeshore Latimore St. Reservation, Jul 13 Vet4799 Lockwood erans Park, Rd. North Perry Village Hopkins Rd. Mentor Jul 16 Headlands Beach, Park in Jul 20 Penitentiary Glen Reservaextreme east lot. tion, 8668 Kirtland Chardon Rd., Jul 23 Mentor Lagoons, 8365 Jul 27 Mentor Senior Center, 8484 Harbor Dr. Munson Rd Jul 30 Girdled Road Reservation, Aug 3 Skok Meadow, 12926 12926 Radcliff Rd. Concord Concord-Hambden Rd Aug 6 Fairport Harbor Lakefront Aug 10 Mentor Lagoons, 8365 Park, 301 Huntington Beach Dr. Harbor Dr Aug 13 Big Creek Park, 9160 Aug 17 Fairport Harbor Lakefront Robinson Rd. Chardon Twp. Meet Beach, 301 Huntington Beach Dr. at Meyer Center. Aug 24 Pete’s Pond Preserve, 2255 Aug 20 North Chagrin Reservation Nature Center, Willoughby Hills Rockefeller Rd. Wickliffe (Follow signs on Parkway from St. Aug 31 Chagrin River Park, 3100 Rt. 6 or St. Rt. 91) Reeves Rd. Willoughby Aug 27 The West Woods, 9465 If you have any questions, please Kinsman Rd. on St Rt. 87 east of Rt 6 contact Dave at 440-974-5725. If you have any questions, please call Tom at 440-376Pickleball 0294 or 440-255-5626. Pickleball is fun for all ages - think of badminton, tennis, racquetball Corn Hole/Bocce Ball and ping-pong rolled into one, Come out and enjoy a fun and played on a tennis court of smaller friendly game of Corn Hole or proportions. Come watch or try it Bocce Ball and enjoy some out. We’ll provide the equipment, friendly competition. No experiinstruction and match up particience necessary. pants for fun, quick matches. Location: MSC outdoor courts Weds Nights, May - Sep Civic Center Park on Sun, July 12, 4 - 6 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free No Registration - No Fee

Senior Golf League The City of Mentor’s Black Brook Golf Course is accepting new members for the Wed morning Men’s senior league. For more information call John Milsaps at 440-205-8960. They also have Women’s morning leagues that play on Mon, Tue, Wed, or Thu mornings and are accepting new senior members. For more information call the Blackbrook course at 440-951-0010.

Cycling Club All rides are on Wed, at 10 a.m. Jul 1 MSC to Veterans Park Jul 8 Strawberry Lane, North Chagrin Reservation Jul 15 Greenway Trail Painesville Jackson & Ravenna Rd, parking lot Jul 22 MSC to Headlands Jul 29 Mountain Run Chardon South Hambden St Aug 5 Strawberry Lane N. Chagrin Reservation Aug 12 MSC to Veterans Park Aug 19 Greenway Trail, Painesville Jackson & Ravenna Rd parking lot Aug 26 MSC to Headlands All rides start at 10 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Bicycle helmets are required on all rides. Optional lunch at the Senior Center after the rides that start and end from MSC. Look forward to seeing current and new members on our weekly rides. Call Arnie Zvejnieks at 525-0293, if you have any questions.

Huffers ‘n Puffers Softball Games are played at Mentor !"#$%&'($)*'!+*%%,'-",./'0"12*"&' permitting. All are welcome. Coordinator: Dick Honkala Location: MHS across Civic Center Blvd from MSC. May-Sep, Mon, Wed, Fri 9:30 a.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free

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Remaining Summer Classes Offered Sign up NOW! Arthritis Foundation Exercise Location: Studio #36042 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. #36044 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. #36046 Jul 10 - Aug 21 Fri 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Resident: $15/Nonresident: $19

Arts & Crafts Stamping Location: Cutural Arts Room #36310 Jul 2 and Aug 6 Thu 12:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $4 Arts & Crafts Seasonal Craft Location: Cutural Arts Room #36912 Jul 9 Pot Lady, Jul 23 Paper Flowers, Aug 13 Birdhouse, Aug 27 Cigar Box Purse Thu 12:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $8 Chair Yoga Location: Studio

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Resident: $30/Nonresident: $38 Delay the Disease Location: Studio #36053 Jul 7- Aug 18 Tue 3 – 4 p.m. Resident: $32/Nonresident: $40 Low Impact Aerobics Location: Studio #36055 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 9 – 9:45 a.m. #36057 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 10:35 – 11:20 a.m. #36059 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 9 – 9:45 a.m. #36061 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 6:15 – 7 p.m. #36063 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu 9 – 9:45 a.m. #36065 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu 6:15 – 7 p.m. #36067 Jul 10 - Aug 21 Fri 9 – 9:45 a.m. #36069 Jul 10 - Aug 21 Fri 10:35 – 11:20 a.m. Resident: $15/Nonresident: $19 Senior Shape-Up in Chairs Location: Studio #36071 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 10 – 10:30 a.m. #36073 Jul 1 - Aug 19 Wed 10 – 10:30 a.m. #36075 Jul 10 - Aug 21 Fri 10 – 10:30 a.m. Resident: $10/Nonresident: $13 Stretch and Balance Location: Studio #36077 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 10:40 - 11:25 a.m. #36079 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu 10:40 - 11:25 a.m. Resident: $15 /Nonresident: $19 Tai Chi Location: Studio #36082 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu 2 - 3 p.m. Resident: $40 /Nonresident: $50 Water Exercise at Heisley #36084 Jul 6 - Aug 31 Mon #36086 Jul 7 - Aug 25 Tue #36088 Jul 7 - Aug 25 Tue #36090 Jul 1 - Aug 26 Wed #36092 Jul 2 - Aug 27 Thu #36096 Jul 2 - Aug 27 Thu #36098 Jul 11 - Aug 29 Sat Resident: $30 /Nonresident: $38

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Water Exercise at Heisley - Strength Training # 36094 Jul 2 - Aug 27 Thu 1:15 – 2 p.m. Resident: $30 /Nonresident: $38

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Weight Training Location: Studio #36100 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue #36102 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu #36108 Jul 7 - Aug 20 Tue #36105 Jul 2 - Aug 18 Thu Resident: $15 /Nonresident: $19

9:50 – 10:35 a.m. 9:50 – 10:35 a.m. 7:05 – 7:50 p.m. 7:05 – 7:50 p.m.

Yoga Location: Studio #36110 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon #36112 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu #36114 Jul 11 - Aug 22 Sat Resident: $40 /Nonresident: $50

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Zumba Gold Location: Studio #36117 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue #36119 Jul 1 - Aug 19 Wed #36121 Jul 2 - Aug 20 Thu Resident: $30 /Nonresident: $38

5:15 – 6 p.m. 9 – 9:45 a.m. 5:15 – 6 p.m.

American Sign Language - Beginners Location: Stage #36341 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 11 a.m.– 12 p.m. Resident:$35/Nonresident: $44 American Sign Language 2 Location: Stage #36343 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 12 – 1 p.m. Resident: $35/Nonresident: $44 Ballet for Balance Location: Studio

#36890 Jul 1 - Aug 19 Wed 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. Resident: $30/Nonresident: $38

Ballroom Dancing Location: Studio #36345 Jul 7 - Aug 18 Tue 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Resident: $37/Nonresident: $46 Bridge Instruction Location: Stage #38101 May 21 - Jul 9 Thu 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. Beg #38102 May 21 - Jul 9 Thu 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Adv Resident: $15/Nonresident: $19 Creative Ceramics Location: Cultural Arts Room #36335 Jul 1 - Aug 19 Wed 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. #36337 Jul 1 - Aug 19 Wed 6 – 8 p.m. Resident: $31/Nonresident: $39 Line Dancing Location: Studio #36324 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 4 p.m. – Adv #36326 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 5 p.m. – Inter #36327 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 7:30 p.m. – Inter #36329 Jul 1 - Aug 19 Wed 6:15 p.m. – Inter Resident: $16/Nonresident: $20 Line Dancing for Beginners Location: Studio #36322 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 6:30 p.m. Resident: $21/Nonresident: $26 Piano Beginners Location: Stage #36908 Jul 10 - 31 Fri 10 - 10:45 a.m. - Beg #36910 Aug 7 - 28 Fri 10 - 10:45 a.m. - Beg Resident: $24/Nonresident: $30 Piano Continuing Location: Stage #36909 Jul 10 - 31 Fri 11 - 11:45 a.m. - Cont #36911 Aug 7 - 28 Fri 11 - 11:45 a.m. - Cont Resident: $24/Nonresident: $30

Writing Your Legacy Location: Cultural Arts Room #36040 Jul 6 - Aug 24 Mon 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Resident: $20/Nonresident: $25

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Registration for FALL classes for Mentor residents begins at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, August 10 for all classes. Nonresident registration begins for all classes on Tuesday, August 11 at 8:00 a.m. You may register for one other person only. Call if you have questions about completing the form. If you don’t come to in-person registration, please register at least one week before the beginning date of each class. The city of Mentor accepts cash, check or Visa and MasterCard. When registering online, Discover and American Express may also be used. Current membership is required to participate in Senior Center activities including classes. REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT www.cityofmentor.com/play/seniors

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Chair Yoga at MSC

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Creative Ceramics at MSC

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American Sign Language at MSC Barcode

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Tai Chi at MSC End Date

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Stretch and Balance at MSC

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Weathering the Winter Blues at MSC Time

11:40 38114

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MSC = Mentor Senior Center, 8484 Munson Rd, Mentor HRC = Heisley Racquet Club, 6000 Heisley Rd, Mentor

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Fall Classes Sign Up Schedule For Fall Classes Mentor residents: August 10 Nonresidents: August 11 Senior Center membership is required to participate in Senior Center activities including classes, trips and programs. Please register and pay at least one week before the beginning date of each class. The City of Mentor accepts Cash, Check, Visa and Mastercard. When registering online, Discover and American Express may also be used. PROGRAM/ACTIVITY REFUND GUIDELINES 1. A full refund or transfer is available if Mentor Senior Center cancels the program/activity. 2. Transfers can be made with full credit, up to the !"#$%&'(%)*%$+,%-")."'/0%1"'2#*,"#%/3#$%4,%56$+62% the same season and year of programs and into a program that has available space. 3. An administrative charge of $10 will be assessed if the participant cancels out of the program/activity. Prevent the $10 fee by transferring the full amount to another program/activity within the same season. Students assume risk of change in personal affairs and health. There is a class break Oct 27 - 31 and Dec 26 - 31. There is no class Sep 7, Nov 11, 26, 27, Dec 24 & 25.

FITNESS PROGRAM Take Advantage!! Participants in the classes below are welcome to attend ANY Video Fitness Class. Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program Gain mobility, strength, and endurance as you do gentle land exercises. This recreational exercise program 5'#%&,7,8)-,&%#-,96!9'88(%*)"%-,)-8,%56$+%'"$+"6$6#0% Instructor: Annette Santoro Fri, Dedee Wilbraham T&Th Location: Studio #38116 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. #38117 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. #38118 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. #38119 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. #38120 Sep 4 - Oct 23 Fri 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. #38121 Nov 6 - Dec 18 Fri 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Resident: $15/Nonresident: $19 Chair Yoga This gentle form of yoga works the joints and muscles $)%629",'#,%:,;64686$(<%#$",2.$+<%4'8'29,%'2&%96"938'$6)2% '2&% '8#)% ,29)3"'.,#% =36,$% ",:,9$6)2<% ",8';'$6)2% '2&% proper breathing plus better posture. Instructor: Location: Studio #38124 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 5:15 – 6:00 p.m. #38125 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 5:15 – 6:00 p.m. Resident: $30/Nonresident: $38

There is a class break Oct 27 - 31 and Dec 26 - 31. There is no class Sep 7, Nov 11, 26, 27, Dec 24 & 25.

Delay the Disease%>;,"96#,%$)%!.+$%?'"@62#)2A#0 1+6#%!$2,##%-")."'/%6#%&,#6.2,&%$)%,/-)5,"%-,)-8,% with Parkinson’s disease (PD), by optimizing their physical function and helping delay the progression. Instructor: Ben Rossi Location: Studio #38126 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 3 – 4 p.m. #38127 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 3 – 4 p.m. Resident: $32/Nonresident: $40 Low Impact Aerobics This energetic class is designed for able-bodied seniors, with a small amount of resistance bands and weights. Instructors: Diane Schefft – Mon & Fri 10:35 a.m.; Sharon Benner - Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri; 9 a.m. Barb Bensi - Tue & Thu; 6:15 p.m. Location: Studio #38128 Sep 14-Oct 19 Mon 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38129 Nov 2- Dec 21 Mon 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38130 Sep 14- Oct 19 Mon 10:35 – 11:20 a.m. #38131 Nov 2- Dec 21 Mon 10:35 – 11:20 a.m. #38132 Sep 1- Oct 20 Tue 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38133 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38134 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 6:15 – 7 p.m. #38135 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 6:15 – 7 p.m. #38136 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38137 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38138 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 6:15 – 7 p.m. #38139 Nov 5- Dec 17 Thu 6:15 – 7 p.m. #38142 Sep 4 - Oct 23 Fri 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38140 Nov 6 - Dec 18 Fri 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38143 Sep 4 - Oct 23 Fri 10:35 – 11:20 a.m. #38141 Nov 6 - Dec 18 Fri 10:35 – 11:20 a.m. Resident: $15/Nonresident: $19 Senior Shape-Up in Chairs This class includes seated and standing exercises for 629",'#,&%:,;64686$(<%#$",2.$+%'2&%/)4686$(0%B,#6#$'29,% bands, weights, balls and plates are all used in class. Instructors: Sharon Benner – Mon & Fri; Annette Santoro –Wed Location: Studio #38144 Sep 14 - Oct 19 Mon 10 – 10:30 a.m. #38145 Nov 2 - Dec 21 Mon 10 – 10:30 a.m. #38146 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 10 – 10:30 a.m. #38147 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 10 – 10:30 a.m. #38148 Sep 4 - Oct 23 Fri 10 – 10:30 a.m. #38149 Nov 6 - Dec 18 Fri 10 – 10:30 a.m. Resident: $10/Nonresident: $13 Stretch and Balance Seated and standing exercises will focus on isolating /3#98,#%$)%6/-")7,%4'8'29,<%:,;64686$(<%'2&%$)%629",'#,% mobility. Instructor: Sharon Benner Location: Studio #38150 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 10:40 - 11:25 a.m. #38151 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 10:40 - 11:25 a.m. #38152 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 10:40 - 11:25 a.m. #38153 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 10:40 - 11:25 a.m. Resident: $15 /Nonresident: $19

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Fall Classes

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There is a class break Oct 27 - 31 and Dec 26 - 31. There is no class Sep 7, Nov 11, 26, 27 and Dec 25. !"#$%&'($%)*+$&),"++$+&-.&/.#&0.,,.1&.2%&3#/$++&4%$"5&+)6$-2,$7

Tai Chi Tai Chi is an especially effective exercise modality for older adults. The Wu style is a meditative and energetic form, one of the national treasures of China. Instructor: Paul Wallace Location: Studio #38154 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 2 - 3 p.m. #38156 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 2 - 3 p.m. Resident: $40 /Nonresident: $50

Water Exercise at Heisley Class is designed especially for those 55 and older. Class includes a warm up and shallow water exercises, including cardio, toning and strength. Location: Heisley Racquet and Fitness Club Pool # 38158 Sep 14-Oct 26 Mon 8 – 8:45 a.m. # 38157 Nov 2 - Dec 28 Mon 8 – 8:45 a.m. # 38159 Sep 1 - Oct 27 Tue 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. # 38160 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. # 38161 Sep 1 - Oct 27 Tue 2:15 – 3 p.m. # 38162 Nov 3 - Dec 29 Tue 2:15 – 3 p.m. # 38163 Sep 2 - Oct 28 Wed 8 – 8:45 a.m. # 38164 Nov 4 - Dec 30 Wed 8 – 8:45 a.m. # 38165 Sep 3 - Oct 29 Thu 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. # 38166 Nov 5 - Dec 31 Thu 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. # 38169 Sep 3 - Oct 29 Thu 2:15 – 3:00 p.m. # 38170 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 2:15 – 3:00 p.m. # 38171 Sep 5 - Oct 31 Sat 12 – 12:45 p.m. # 38172 Nov 7 - Dec 26 Sat 12 – 12:45 p.m. Resident: $30 /Nonresident: $38 Water Exercise at Heisley - Strength Training This fun water work-out creates less impact on the joints and bones. Included in the class will be the use of noodles, light water weights, resistance boards and paddles. You do not have to know how to swim. Location: Heisley Racquet and Fitness Club Pool # 38167 Sep 3 - Oct 29 Thu 1:15 – 2 p.m. # 38168 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 1:15 – 2 p.m. Resident: $30 /Nonresident: $38

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Weight Training This strength class is designed to build muscle strength and bone density. Resistance bands and weights will be used while standing and while seated. Instructor: Sharon Benner – morning, Barb Bensi – evening Location: Studio #38173 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 9:50 – 10:35 a.m. #38174 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 9:50 – 10:35 a.m. #38175 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 9:50 – 10:35 a.m. #38176 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 9:50 – 10:35 a.m. #38177 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 7:05 – 7:50 p.m. #38178 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 7:05 – 7:50 p.m. #38179 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 7:05 – 7:50 p.m. #38180 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 7:05 – 7:50 p.m. Resident: $15 /Nonresident: $19 Yoga Enhance your well being by easing muscle and mental tension, increasing your strength and balance. !"#$%&'&()%'&*'+&'$,&'&-"*&./01#)$&)"&23'$45+6& Wear loose comfortable clothes. Instructor: Judy Churchill - Mon & Thu; Denise Brown – Sat Location: Studio/Stage Multilevel Yoga for beginners and continuing students #38183 Sep 14 - Oct 19 Mon 2 – 3:15 p.m. #38184 Nov 2 - Dec 21 Mon 2 – 3:15 p.m. Intermediate Yoga for more advanced students; prerequisite Multilevel Yoga or previous yoga experience #38185 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 3:30 – 4:45 p.m. #38186 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 3:30 – 4:45 p.m. Multilevel Yoga for beginners and continuing students #38187 Sep 5 - Oct 24 Sat 8:45 – 10 a.m. #38188 Nov 7 - Dec 19 Sat 8:45 – 10 a.m. Resident: $40 /Nonresident: $50 Zumba Gold The Zumba® program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves tailored to the older adult. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body and burn fat. Instructor: Annette Santoro Location: Studio #38190 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 5:15 – 6 p.m. #38191 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 5:15 – 6 p.m. #38192 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38193 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 9 – 9:45 a.m. #38194 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 5:15 – 6 p.m. #38195 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 5:15 – 6 p.m. Resident: $30 /Nonresident: $38

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Fall Classes

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There is a class break Oct 27 - 31 and Dec 26 - 31. There is no class Sep 7, Nov 11, 26, 27, Dec 24 and 25.

Fitness Center/Exercise Equipment Training We have cardiovascular equipment including 5 treadmills, 3 bikes, 2 seated ellipticals, and 3 standing ellipticals. The Tuff Stuff strength station offers a wide variety of exercises and the Precor stretch trainer offers great stretching options. You must be 55 years or older, a member of the senior center and must take the Exercise Equipment Training Class to participate. Learn to use our equipment safely with proper form, seat and weight settings and how to use a workout (%#5'.)'.#%(0';)+#'4#)3#"//'8#)*'%'("#.-2"5'-,/.#+(.)#<' Classes are limited to four participants. The two hours of instruction is available in 2 formats: The one hour, 2 session class is recommended for most seniors and those new to exercise. The two hour, 1 session class is recommended only for those experienced exercisers already familiar with the equipment. Due to small class size, it is not possible to do a make up if you miss one of your appointed classes. Call for dates and availability Resident: $20/Nonresident: $25 Personal Fitness Training @'("#.-2"5'4"#/),%&'.#%-,"#'A-&&'A)#0'A-.7';)+'.)'5"!"&)4'4"#/),%&-B"5'.#%-,-,3'.%#3"."5'.)A%#5'/4"(-2(' 2.,"//'goals. You can choose from private, one on one instruction, or schedule with a friend for semi-private instruction. Mon, 10:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Sharon Benner Tue, 11:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Sharon Benner Thu, 11:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Sharon Benner Tue and Thu, 7:50 - 9:20 p.m. Barb Bensi All Media Painting All the fundamentals of art will be covered: composition, design, and color. Please bring the media of your choice, paper, and reference materials. Instructor: Jennifer Theil Location: Cultural Arts Room #38286 Sep 3 - Oct 22 Thu 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. #38287 Nov 5 - Dec 17 Thu 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Resident: $35/Nonresident: $44 Arts & Crafts Stamping Instructor: Ann Fairchild Preregistration is required Location: Cutural Arts Room #38538 Sep 3 and Oct 1 Thu 12:30 p.m. #38539 Nov 5 and Dec 3 Thu 12:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $4 Arts & Crafts Seasonal Craft Instructor: Cathy May Krebs Preregistration is required Location: Cutural Arts Room #38540 Sep 10 Jeweled Pin, Sep 24 Halloween Craft Oct 15, 22 Fall Crafts Thu 12:30 p.m. #38541 Nov 12, 19 Holiday Crafts Dec 10 Holiday Craft, Dec 17 Holiday Party Thu 12:30 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $8

American Sign Language Beginner Learn the history and basic signs of American Sign Language. Students will learn the alphabet, basic non !"#$%&'()**+,-(%.-),'/0-&&/1'2,3"#'/4"&&-,31'%,5'$%/-(' vocabulary. By the end of class learn the basics of a new language and be able to communicate. Instructor: Maggie Runyon Location: Stage #38294 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. #38295 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 11 a.m.– 12 p.m. Resident:$35/Nonresident: $44 American Sign Language - 2 Beginner American Sign Language is a prerequisite unless approved by instructor. Come expand on what you have already learned in Beginner American Sign Language. Learn sentence structure and more about deaf culture. Challenge yourself and continue learning! Instructor: Maggie Runyon Location: Stage #38296 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 12 – 1 p.m. #38297 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 12 – 1 p.m. Resident: $35/Nonresident: $44 Ballet for Balance 6"%#,'.7"'%#.'%,5'&%,3+%3"')8'$%&&".'.)'2,5'$%&%,("'%,5' -,(#"%/"'9":-$-&-.;<'=)'4#"!-)+/'":4"#-",("'#">+-#"5<' Please wear comfortable socks or ballet slippers. This class will incorporate stretching to increase mobility in muscles and joints. Balance exercises will increase awareness of proper body alignment during movement. Instructor: Maggie Runyon Location: Studio #38122 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. #38123 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. Resident: $30/Nonresident: $38 Ballroom Dancing This class is for a person or couple with two left feet or for people who already know how to cut a rug but want to freshen up. Come learn the basic ballroom dance styles of foxtrot, east coast swing, waltz, and many more. ?)*"'5%,("'%,5'*)!"'%#)+,5'.7"'9))#'3#%("8+&&;<'' Instructor: Maggie Runyon Location: Studio #38298 Sep 1 - Oct 20 Tue 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. #38299 Nov 3 - Dec 22 Tue 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. Resident: $37/Nonresident: $46

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Fall Classes (See Registration and Refund Guidelines on Page 13) There is a class break Oct 27 - 31 and Dec 26 - 31. There is no class Sep 7, Nov 11, 26, 27, Dec 24 and 25. Instructor : Sharon Williams Location: Cultural Arts Room #38288 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. #38289 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. #38290 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 6 – 8 p.m. #38291 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 6 – 8 p.m. Resident: $31/Nonresident: $39

Creative Ceramics Join us for summer and fall projects. Class includes in&+$#8+-*.(,./(!$-."6(<.(=>(&#))05(1%%(-&(),5,;0%(,+(+-4%( of registration and includes use of brushes and paints. Greenware fee is payable to the instructor. All levels of students are welcome.

Drawing Basics Learn the “ABC’s” of drawing in this class. Learn or review “how to draw and shade” basic shapes and perspective rules. This lays a great foundation for the Drawing & Watercolor class. Supplies needed: 9 x 12 or larger 70lb drawing pad, ebony pencil, & school pencils. Instructor: Diane Carswell Location: Cultural Arts Room #38675 Sep 4 - Oct 23 Fri 9 - 10 a.m. #38677 Nov 6 - Dec 18 Fri 9 - 10 a.m. NEW FEE! Resident: $19/Nonresident: $23 Drawing and Watercolor Once the foundations laid with shapes, landscape, !"#$%&'()*$+$,-+#$%'(,./(&+-00(0-1%(/$,2-."(3(),-.+-."(%.sues! The instructor selects a few topics throughout the session for the students to draw OR paint. Art supplies are 9 x 12 (or larger), 70 - 100 lb drawing pad, watercolors (tubes), and drawing supplies from Drawing Basics. Recommended pre-requisite: Drawing Basics. Instructor: Diane Carswell Location: Cultural Arts Room #38676 Sep 4 - Oct 23 Fri 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. #38678 Nov 6 - Dec 18 Fri 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. Resident: $35/Nonresident: $44 Genealogy 1 An introductory genealogy class to acquaint the participant with online resources needed to discover your 1,4-05($**+&6(7*#(2-00($%&%,$89(:,$-*#&(2%;&-+%&(+*(!./( info about your ancestors. You will gain the knowledge necessary to continue research on your own. Computers are available for classroom use. Participants are welcome to bring their laptop. Bring any info you have about your ancestors to be used as a starting point Instructor: Loretta Schmucker Location: Conference Room 1 #38302 Sep 3-17 Thu 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. #38303 Nov 5-19 Thu 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Resident: $30/Nonresident: $38 Genealogy 2 Now that you have learned the basics about researching your family history on the computer, it’s time to move on to more complex searches. We will try to break through those brick walls you have encountered in your research. Most of the class time will be spent doing hands-on research so bring your lap-top if you have one. Classroom computers are also available for use. Bring along any family information you have compiled in your research. Instructor: Loretta Schmucker Location: Conference Room 1 #38304 Oct 1-15 Thu 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. #38305 Dec 3-17 Thu 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Resident: $30/Nonresident: $38

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Line Dancing Enjoy a variety of music and dances, including popular wedding dances. These classes are a great way to have 1#.(2-+9(*+9%$&'(&+,5()95&-8,005(!+(,./(4%.+,005(,0%$+6(( Instructors: Barb Shoda - Mon; Polly Dubeansky – Mon; Sharen McDivitt - Wed Location: Studio #38276 Sep 14 - Oct 19 Mon 4 p.m. – Adv #38277 Nov 2 - Dec 21 Mon 4 p.m. – Adv #38278 Sep 14- Oct 19 Mon 5 p.m. – Inter #38279 Nov 2 - Dec 21 Mon 5 p.m. – Inter #38285 Sep 14 - Oct 19 Mon 7:30 p.m. – Inter #38280 Nov 2 - Dec 21 Mon 7:30 p.m. – Inter #38281 Sep 2 - Oct 21 Wed 6:15 p.m. – Inter #38282 Nov 4 - Dec 23 Wed 6:15 p.m. – Inter Resident: $16/Nonresident: $20 Line Dancing for Beginners This very beginners class is for participants who have never done Line Dance. The most basic steps are broken down so you can join ongoing classes at a later date. Instructor: Polly Dubeansky Location: Studio #38283 Sep 14 - Oct 19 Mon 6:30 p.m. #38284 Nov 2 - Dec 21 Mon 6:30 p.m. Resident: $21/Nonresident: $26 Piano Lessons We offer basic and continuing piano lessons. The lesson plans include a balance of theory, sight reading and repertoire appropriate to the student’s level and musical ability. Instructor: Marge Syroney Location: Stage #38680 Sep 4-25 Fri 10 – 10:45 a.m. – Beg #38681 Sep 4-25 Fri 11 – 11:45 a.m. – Cont #38682 Oct 2-23 Fri 10 – 10:45 a.m. – Beg #38683 Oct 2-23 Fri 11 – 11:45 a.m. – Cont #38684 Oct 30 – Nov 20 Fri 10 – 10:45 a.m. – Beg #38685 Oct 30 – Nov 20 Fri 11 – 11:45 a.m. – Cont Resident: $24/Nonresident: $30

Mentor Senior Center | 8484 Munson Road, Mentor, Ohio 44060

Fall Classes See Registration and Refund Guidelines on Page 13/City Events There is a class break Oct 27 - 31 and Dec 26 - 31. There is no class Sep 7, Nov 11, 26, 27, Dec 24 & 25.

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Tuesday Quilters Explore new projects using modern and time-saving methods in a warm, friendly, and self-paced atmosphere. Focus will be on learning color, value, and construction techniques to advance your quilting knowledge. Students should bring material (based upon provided project supply list), sewing machine in good condition, sewing notions, and miscellaneous supplies (rulers, rotary cutters, scissors). An iron and ironing board is provided. Instructor: Teri Bittner Location: Cultural Arts Room #38292 Sep 1 -Oct 20 Tue 9 - 11 a.m. #38293 Nov 3 -Dec 22 Tue 9 - 11 a.m. Resident: $35/Nonresident: $44

This years’ summer concert series at 7 p.m. every Tuesday night at the City Amphitheater is going to be BIGGER & BETTER than ever with 7 awesome bands, great food, refreshments and fun!

Wii Bowling Location: Cardinal Room #38674 Aug 26 – Nov 4 (Off Sep 24 and Oct 28) Wed 12:30 p.m. Location: Cardinal Room #38671 Sep 17 – Dec 3 (Off Oct 22 and Nov 26) Thu 12:15 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: $6 Memory Fitness Give your memory a boost with exercises designed to stimulate the brain and strategies you can use to support your memory. The latest in current memory research will also be discussed in the group. Facilitator: Debbie Muzik, Phd Location: Cultural Arts Room #38103 Sep 14 - Oct 19 Mon 11:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m. Resident $15/Nonresident: $18.75 Weathering the Winter Blues Soon the holidays will be upon us followed by those dreary winter days. Many people struggle with feelings of depression not knowing that it is very treatable. Some classes will be experimental. Facilitator: Debbie Muzik, Phd Location: Cultural Arts Room #38114 Nov 2 – 23 Mon 11:40 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. Resident: $10/Nonresident: $12.50 Sharing our Stories Making friends at the Senior Center can be easier when you can share stories about yourself in a more structured setting where everybody gets a chance to talk as well as listen. Facilitator: Debbie Muzik, Phd Location: Cultural Arts Room #38115 Dec 7 – 28 Mon 11:40 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. Resident: $10/Nonresident: $12.50

June 30 - Disco Inferno - Popular disco classics July 7 - Panama - Van Halen tribute band July 14 - The Caliber Band - Best in Country music July 21 - 52nd St/Capt Fantastic - Billy Joel and Elton John tribute band July 28 - The Hesitations - Cleveland R & B legends August 4 - Mr. Speed - Kiss tribute band

Food and Nutrition Classes The Food & Nutrition Program offers individuals a chance to learn about portion control, adding fruits & vegetables to their plate, and most importantly, how to read a food label. Participants that complete each class will receive $10 in farmers’ market vouchers per class that can be used at the Mentor Market or the Painesville Farmers’ Market. Participants can complete each class topic only once. For each class completed, they will get a $10 voucher, for up to $30 voucher if they complete all 3 classes. Space is limited and registration is required at least 1 week prior to each class. Facilitator: ACHIEVE Wellness program offered through Lake County General Health District Location: Senior Center Great Room #37946

Jul 24: What’s in my food? Read a label Fri 2:30 – 3:15 p.m. #37947 Aug 21: Add color to your plate Fri 2:30 – 3:15 p.m. #37948 Sep 18: My plate and portion control Fri 2:30 – 3:15 p.m. Resident/Nonresident: Free !"#$%&'()&*"&+'!)&,"$')$'-)&."/0'1)&, Fridays, Jun 5 - Sep 25, 2:30 - 6:30 p.m. (no market July 3) Mentor Farmers Market has moved to the spacious, !"##$%&&#'()**#"(+",)-'.(,/(01"%#&'(21"34 Take a walk through the vendor area of the Men!,"(5"6'17(51"8#".(91"3#!(1-'(7,):&&(%-'('#&6;6,).<(((( locally-grown produce and tempting treats such as baked goods, jams, jellies, honey, and vinegars and oils. Each week brings a variety of items for sale so there is always something new to see, smell and taste. For more information, contact Marcey Bryant at (440) 974-5735. Volunteers needed for the annual Mentor Cruise In. Call Nick at Wildwood 974-5735.

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