Presentations and Seminars

December 2 -

Senior Meeting

- Come see just what we have planned at the center for the winter season. Sign up for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) and stay for the meeting.  Refreshments and a 50/50 raffle will follow.

December 8 -

Surviving The Winter Blues

- Sheila Rhodes, Ishara Ruffins, and Shawna Aaron-Cooke will be here at 1:00 to help us get through the dark days of winter. Sign up for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) and stay for the presentation.

January 4 -

The Armchair Traveler

- If you came with us on our trip to the Pacific Northwest, or even if you didn't, you can still come view the slide show from our adventures. Presentation begins at 1:00pm in the Library.

January 6 -

Senior Meeting

- It's a new year and a new schedule.  Come for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) and stay for the meeting.  Refreshments and a 50/50 raffle will follow the meeting.

January 10 -

Dining in Colonial NY: Debunking the One Pot Myth

- Noted culinary historian and hearth cook, Lavanda Nahon will present a tantalizing look at the history of food in New York starting with the early Dutch settlers.  This is a 4 part series. Presentation will begin at 12:30

January 17 -

Dining in Colonial NY: Debunking the One Pot Myth

- Noted culinary historian and hearth cook, Lavanda Nahon will present a tantalizing look at the history of food in New York starting with the early Dutch settlers.  Session II. Presentation will begin at 12:30

January 18 -

Dealing with Sensory Impairments or Loss

- Audiologist Dr. Anthony Macera and Louise & Barry Wood from New Rochelle Cares will be at the center at 1:00 to present approaches to dealing with hearing and visual problems that often accompany aging.

January 24 -

Dining in Colonial NY: Debunking the One Pot Myth

- Noted culinary historian and hearth cook, Lavanda Nahon will present a tantalizing look at the history of food in New York starting with the early Dutch settlers.  Session III. Presentation will begin at 12:30

January 31 -

Dining in Colonial NY: Debunking the One Pot Myth

- Noted culinary historian and hearth cook, Lavanda Nahon will present a tantalizing look at the history of food in New York starting with the early Dutch settlers.  Final session in the series. Presentation will begin at 12:30

February 3 -

Senior Meeting

- Spring will soon be in the air.  Our new schedule will lead us into April.  See what might pop up with the flowers.  Sign up for lunch (suggested donation $2.00) and stay for the meeting.

February 23 -

The Lenape Indians in Westchester

- Davis Osborne from St. Paul's Church, the Shrine of the Bill of Rights, will be at the center to talk about the first tribe that settled lower Westchester. Presentation begins at 1:00pm.