Events at the Council on Aging.
the Council on Aging's Monthly Calendar -
SENIOR SOCIAL SET FOR APRIL
Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Council on Aging has planned its next Senior Social for Wednesday, April 17th at 12Noon at The Connolly Center. The social will feature a catered meal of antipasto, pasta, meatballs, sausage and beef bracciole, as well as Italian pastries for dessert. Music and dancing will be provided by a spectacular performance from “The Swingers”.
Tickets will be available April 9th- 11th at the Council on Aging Office, located in the Connolly Center.
For more information contact Dale at 617-394-2323, or Ida at 617-394-2260.
- MARCH SENIOR MOVIE SERIES
Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Council on Aging is happy to announce its Senior Movie Series for the month of March. The schedule is as follows:
Thursday March 7th
The Cocoanuts, starring the Marx Brothers
Thursday March 14th
Buck Privates, starring Abbott & Costello
Thursday March 28th
The Time of Their Lives, starring Abbott & Costello
Monkey Business, starring the Marx Brothers
There will be no movie on March 21st .
All movies are shown at The Connolly Center, 90 Chelsea St, at 2:00PM. Please note the Double Feature on March 28th will begin 1:00PM. All movies are free of charge and free refreshments will also be provided. For more information contact Dale at 617-394-2323 or Ida at 617-394-2260.
SPECIAL SENIOR MOVIE EVENT IN APRIL
Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Council on Aging is pleased to announce a special presentation of the Academy Award winning movie Lincoln, starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Tommy Lee Jones, and Sally Field.
The movie will be shown at The Connolly Center, 90 Chelsea St, at 2:00PM on April 3rd and is free of charge. Free refreshments will also be provided.
To sign up for this event and for more information contact Dale at 617-394-2323 or Ida at 617-394-2260.
ANNUAL SENIOR HEALTH FAIR SET FOR APRIL 11th
Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Council on Aging will host its annual Health Fair on Thursday, April 11th from 10am until 1pm at The Connolly Center.
Over 50 organization are expected to participate this year including; The Everett Health Department, Whole Foods, The FDA, The Scleroderma Foundation, The YMCA, Cadbury Commons, and many more.
In addition the Cambridge Health Alliance will be on hand to do blood screenings and wellness checks. Some of the exercise instructors from the Connolly Center will be on hand to discuss the benefits of exercise and what their classes have to offer.
Although designed for seniors, The Health Fair also welcomes Health Care Givers. If you need information for an elderly parent, family member or a neighbor you can get your answers at The Council on Aging Health Fair. As always the Council on Aging would like to thank Mayor DeMaria for his continued support and dedication to making Everett a healthier place.
For more information about the Health Fair, please contact Dale Palma at 617-394-2323 or Ida Reppucci at 617-394-2260.
- HUMAN SERVICES PROVIDES SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
Do you need a ride to a Doctor’s Appointment or to Grocery Shopping?
The Office of Human Services has provided transportation to medical appointments and nutritional shopping for many years and will continue to provide this valuable service. Many seniors have expressed that getting affordable rides to medical appointments and grocery shopping continues to be a major concern for the elderly population. If you are an Everett Resident, over 60 years of age and need transportation assistance, SCM can take you to your medical appointments, as well as a local supermarket once a week for grocery shopping.
To reserve a ride to a medical appointment, please call 617-625-1191 between 9 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. Rides will be reserved on a first come, first served basis, so you may call in advance (up to 2 weeks) before your appointment. You may also reserve a ride home.
Rides to the Stop & Shop (1st and 3rd weeks of the month) and Market Basket (2nd and 4th weeks of the month) for grocery shopping will be provided for one half of the city on Tuesdays and for the other half on Thursdays, just as they have in the past. Please call
617-625-1191 in advance to make your reservations.
This transportation is supported by a grant from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs as well as The City of Everett. We request donations of $2.50 for rides within Everett and $5 for rides outside the city. These donations are greatly appreciated and will help us continue this much needed transportation for Everett Seniors.
- Council on Aging
announces trip to DC
Council on Aging is pleased to announce
a special trip to Washington, DC for Cherry
Blossom Season from Thursday, April 4th
through Sunday, April 7th.
The trip includes transportation via luxury
motor coach, hotel accommodations at Tyson’s
Corner Embassy Suites, equipped with full
amenities and indoor pool, a five-star dinner,
at the world famous Ruth Chris Steak House,
and sight seeing excursions to the FDR,
MLK, and WWII memorials, The National Cathedral,
The Holocaust Museum, and more. The trip
package also includes three breakfasts and
two dinners. The motor coach will depart
from The Spring St parking lot at 7:00AM
on Thursday, April 4th.
For more information about this exciting
trip please contact Dale at 617-394-2323
or Ida at 617-394-2260.
- SHOW TIME FOR THE COUNCIL ON AGING
- The Mayor’s Council on Aging is pleased to announce a special trip to the Stoneham Theater on Wednesday, May 1st to see “Thoroughly Modern Mille,” a musical about an old-fashioned woman who embraces the roaring 20’s.
The trip includes transportation via school bus and will depart from the Connolly Center at 11:15AM. A delicious luncheon will also be provided, complete with American and Italian Cuisine at Anthony’s in Malden. Reservations are being accepted now at the COA Office in the Connolly Center.
For more information please call Dale at 617-394-2323 or Ida at 617-394-2260.
- COUNCIL ON AGING ISSUES NEW PARKING
In collaboration with the Parking
Clerk, Mayor DeMaria’s Council on
Aging has arranged for parking passes,
for use in the Spring Street lot, to be
allotted to seniors who attend programming
at The Connolly Center. As of September
1st, previously distributed parking permits
will no longer be valid. Visit the Connolly
Center or The Parking Clerk’s Office,
at City Hall, for a new permit. For more
information contact Dale at 617-394-2323
or Ida at 617-394-2260.
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