The Remember Project, Wed, August 10th
Join the Fun!
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL! Come join in on the effort to help Bville become a Dementia-Friendly Community. The Remember Project, Wednesday, August 10th, 1-3pm, Bville Senior Community Center and Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. If you wish to attend a group viewing, you can attend at either site. HELPERS and the Clay County Age Well group are thrilled to be hosting this unique and important series of three productions that focus on memory loss and dementia. The Remember Project is a community of professional theater artists that believes in building a more dementia-capable Minnesota and Wisconsin by using the arts. The two-hour event includes a one-act play performed by professional actors who bring to life real issues connected to the care, diagnosis, and experience of dementia and how relationships can be tested in unexpected ways. The first play, Fortune Cookies, will be presented virtually at the Bville Senior Community Center on August 10th. In this humorous play, you’ll see that Mona has a great idea! This vibrant octogenarian is determined to be the first to know if her recall is slipping beyond what can be considered normal, age-related memory loss. An unexpected visit from her son David reveals that she has cooked up a way to help herself and others be on the lookout for the early stages of dementia. Following the play, the viewing audience will share in conversation about how they were impacted by the play. You can participate in the discussion as much or as little as you wish.
If you wish to view the play from your own home rather than at the Senior Community Center viewing site, you can do so by registering for the event at http://CCAW-fortune2022.eventbrite.com. You will then be able to sign on to the virtual event on August 10th at 1pm.
Please contact HELPERS if you have any questions or need any assistance with registration.
Grow Young Fitness Program for Seniors
Grow Young Fitness Program for Seniors Barnesville
Channel 12 at 9:05am and 4:05pm Monday through Friday.
Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance, beginning August 15th, Mondays and Thursdays from 10:15-11:15 at the Bville Senior Community Center. Call HELPERS to register for this free class.
HELPERS Wellness Fair -“Taking Care of Yourself,” September 21st, 10am – 2pm, Hildebrand Hall, Bville.
We’ll have a variety of speakers on issues related to self care, special musical entertainment by performers Sarah Morrau and Rebekka DeVries, vendors for you to visit, lunch, and door prizes.
Watch for more details to come. Pre-registration is required for this free event.
Tour of Tables
Tour of Tables Brunch Fundraiser, Saturday, October 22nd , Hildebrand Hall.
Tour of Tables is a unique fundraising event in which the general public is invited to “tour” imaginative tablescapes designed by Table Hosts. This will be our first Tour of Tables event! For more information and/or to sign up as a Table Host contact HELPERS. Let your creativity shine at our first Tour of Tables!
Mondays, and Thursdays
Exercises for Seniors,
on Mondays, and Thursdays, 9:30-10, Bville Senior Community Center.
This is a basic, low impact strengthening exercise program to promote body movement and strength.
No pre-registration is required.
Just show up and have fun while also doing your body good!
Tuesday & Thursday
NOTE Summer Hours!
Game Day every Tuesday & THURSDAY, 12:45 to 3pm, at the Bville Senior Community Center
Join in the fun & games such as Pinochle, Whist, Hand & Foot and Rummy with other area seniors.
Coffee and treats served following the activities.
The Senior Community Center is located at 501 2nd Ave. NE. Call 218-493-4277 for more information.
Transportation assistance can be provided by calling HELPERS in advance.
Toenail Clipping Clinic, Monday, August 29th. Call HELPERS to schedule.
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