Saturday, June 30, 2018

Springfield Senior Center news

On Tuesday, June 26, at 1 p.m., we enjoyed accordion player Brent Buswell and his wife who accompanied him on the piano. Brent has been a favorite here before. After the performance, we all enjoyed an ice cream social.

On Wednesday June 27, a group of 43 traveled to the Qgunquit Playhouse in Maine to see the play Oklahoma. What a performance we enjoyed. Lunch was at Warrens Lobster House restaurant and also a stop at the popular When Pigs Fly bakery. Thanks to Lynne Stearns and Sandy George for opening and closing the center that day.

As the summer approaches, some of our programs will be ending. We will be doing Nickle Bingo, Game Days, and an occasional shuffleboard, and cribbage days. The foot clinics and Knit Wits will still meet.

Pool, Ping Pong, Pickle Ball, and Gym Walking will still be taking place. For more information you can contact the center.

The next Nickel Bingo with Roger Newhall will be on Wednesday, July 18 at 1 p.m. All are welcome to join in the fun. July birthdays will be celebrated also.

We will be closed on Wednesday, July 4.

On July 5, the Knit Wits will be here at 1 p.m.

Trips available with the Senior Center:

"The Bobby Rydell Show, Live in Concert:" Travel to the Venus De Milo in Swansea, Massachusetts on Tuesday, Aug. 14 to see the real Bobby Rydell, an American entertainment legend, perform some of his top hits. With a plated lunch and an opening act starring comedian Frankie Pace, this is sure to be a unique experience you won’t forget.

Price of trip is $115 per person for active members, and $126 per person for non-active members.

"The Sicilian Tenors, Christmas Amore:" Ride with the Springfield Roadrunners as they travel to the Danversport Yacht Club in Danvers, Massachusetts on Tuesday, Dec. 4 to see The Sicilian Tenors. Plated lunch included. Price is $100 per person, active members; $111 per person, non-active members.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Executive Director Lori Johnson at either (802) 885-3933 or

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