Shepherd’s Center June 29 to July 2

Exercise Options 3 Locations

  • Monday, Weights=Strength=Health at Webster Hills UMC
  • Tuesday, Chair Yoga at Harrison Avenue UMC
  • Thursday, Line Dance at Douglass Manor
  • Monday through Thursday, Open Gym Time for Walking in the Gym at Webster Hills UMC

For time, location, fee, registration and other details go to the programs page.

No Class Friday – Happy Fourth of July!

Community Connection Coffee – Seniors Count Initiative

Prseniors count logoesented by Jamie Opsal, MSG, Project Manager of Seniors Count of Greater St. Louis

Wednesday, June 24, 9:30 am

Oak Bend Public Library, 842 S. Holmes Ave., 63122

The Seniors Count Initiative is a new community effort to help improve the health, nutrition, and quality of life of people who are 60 years of age or older in the St. Louis region. Our region, like other communities across the nation, need to prepare for the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead with much-anticipated shifting demographics.

Community Connection Coffees are offered quarterly by the Shepherd’s Center to enhance conversation about topics of importance to older adults in our community. For more information and to register, call (314) 395-0988.

Shepherd’s Center – June 15 to June 19

Exercise Options 5 Days a Week at 3 Locationsweights class

  • Monday, Weights=Strength=Health at Webster Hills UMC
  • Tuesday, Chair Yoga at Harrison Avenue UMC
  • Thursday, Line Dance at Douglass Manor
  • Friday; Weights=Strength=Health, T’ai Chi and Chair Yoga at Webster Hills UMC
  • Monday through Thursday, Open Gym Time for Walking in the Gym at Webster Hills UMC

For time, location, fee, registration and other details go to the programs page.


Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Tour and Lunch at Rigazzi’s

Tuesday, June 16, carpool leaves Harrison Avenue MBC at 12:30

Pre-registration required, call (314) 779-9231 for details.


J.U.L.I.E.T.S. 

Just Us Ladies Interested In Eating Together

Wednesday, June 17 lunch at Steak and Rice, called (314) 395-0988 for details.


Friday Classes at Webster Hills UMC

  • Colored Pencil Art with Kris Scharfenberger, Artist and Owner, KhrisArt
  • Quick Witz Brain Training

For time, location, fee, registration and other details go to the programs page.

 

Technology Tutor: Tablets 101

tablets4All New Program Offered in collaboration with Kirkwood Public Library

Friday, June 12, 10-11:30

Meet in the computer lab and the Kirkwood Public Library, bring your tablet and your questions.  In addition to addressing individual questions, library staff will review basic tablet functions such as charging, downloading and managing apps, storage space, and customization.  If you do not have a tablet but are still curious to learn please join us.  The library has a limited number of tablets available for participants to use during the session.  Free, pre-registration required, call 314 779-9231 to register.

Retirement 101 – Your Personal Roadmap to Retirement

roadmap to retirementPresented by Sylvia Nissemboim, LCSW

Thursdays, July 16, 6pm – 8pm

Webster Hills UMC, 1333 West Lockwood, Glendale, MO 63122

This 4-part workshop will help you determine answers to the following questions:

  • What is driving you?
  • Where are you headed?
  • What’s the purpose of your trip?
  • How far have you come and what’s next?

Sylvia Nissenboim, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, certified Strategic Intervention Coach and Author/Trainer. In addition to her private clinical practice, Lifework Transitions (www.sylvianissenboim.com), she coaches, trains and consults with individuals, small businesses, nonprofit agencies and national organizations on strategic tools for personal and professional growth.

Workshop Fee: $40. For more information and to register, call (314) 395-0988.

Community Connection Coffee – Seniors Count Initiative

seniors count logoPresented by Jamie Opsal, MSG, Project Manager of Seniors Count of Greater St. Louis

Wednesday, June 24, 9:30 am

Oak Bend Public Library, 842 S. Holmes Ave., 63122

The Seniors Count Initiative is a new community effort to help improve the health, nutrition, and quality of life of people who are 60 years of age or older in the St. Louis region. Our region, like other communities across the nation, need to prepare for the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead with much-anticipated shifting demographics.

Community Connection Coffees are offered quarterly by the Shepherd’s Center to enhance conversation about topics of importance to older adults in our community. For more information and to register, call (314) 395-0988.