New – Interval Exercise!

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Mary Beth Wilczak

Every Friday, 9:30-10:20

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

Five minute intervals of cardio, isolation exercises, stretching and balance done to music. With or without weights, standing or seated – class suited to all exercise abilities.

 

For more details and a full program listing, go to the programs page and download a Spring 2016 schedule.

Friday, March 4 Programs at Webster Hills UMC – New Times!

9:00-9:30 Breakfast, Programs Start at 9:30Esley Hamilton

Featured Speakers and Classes

  • Esley Hamilton, Preservation Historian for St. Louis County Parks & Recreation – Churches, Old and New in St. Louis County
  • Book Review with Author Helen Gennari – From The Heart of an Abandoned Daughter: My Personal Journey Through Family Violence and Beyond
  • Ted Talks Discussion Group facilitated by Gayle McHenry
  • Quick Witz
  • Colored Pencil with Artist Khris ScharfenbergerHelen Gennari book
  • Weights=Strength=Health, Interval Exercise and Chair Yoga

For more details and a full program listing, go to the programs page and download a Spring 2016 schedule.

 

Warning Signs of Stroke Presentation at Harrison Avenue

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Stroke is the number 5 cause of death and the leading cause of adult disability in the United States. Learn about what strokes are, the different kinds of strokes and well as the warning signs.

Tuesday, February 16, 10-11, $4/person payable at the door
Come early and join us for coffee at 9:30
For more information and to register, call (314) 779-9231

This class is part of a weekly Tuesday series, join us for chair yoga after the presentation at no additional cost.

Shepherd’s Center at Harrison Avenue MBC Annex
347 Harrison Avenue, Kirkwood, MO 63122

 

 

Retirement 101: A Roadmap to Retirement Workshop

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Mary Ann Peters, Retirement Options Coach

Thursdays, February 18 & 25, 5:30 -7:30 pm

Webster Hills UMC, 1333 W. Lockwood, Glendale, MO 63122

Most of the time, thoughts of planning for retirement focus on the financial side only. These concerns are very important, but there is also an emotional side of retirement. Join us for a two-part workshop that will help you assess your attitude, relationships, health and spirituality as well as how you want to use your skills and fill your leisure time. Preregistration required, $20/2 weeks, download registration form here.

4th Annual Senior Prom

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All Ages Welcome – Proceeds benefit Haiti Relief

Tickets: $5/person

Relive your high school senior prom with music, dancing, friends, refreshments and a disco ball!  All generations are welcome – invite your favorite older adult or a grandchild.  Bring your favorite dance song on a CD and we’ll spin it.  The Douglass Manor Sliders will be there to help you get your groove on.

Friday, February 12th 3-5 pm

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

Call 314-395-0988 for more information

By Popular Demand – Line Dance on Fridays!

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A Line Dance Class led by Pat Clark, Carol Jackson and Marsha Goins

Fridays, January 22-February 26, 11:10-12 noon

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

For new and experienced line dancers. The wobble, cupid shuffle, electric slide and much more! Wear comfortable shoes, bring a water bottle and be ready to move. $3/class payable at the door. For more information, call Betsy Solomon at 314-779-9231.

Featured Speakers December 4

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  • The British Attack St. Louis in 1780, Roman Beauc, St. Louis Mercantile Library – 9:10-10 at Webster Hills UMC
  • Wild Bird Rehabilitation, Leslie Wainwright – 10:10-11 at Webster Hills UMC
  • Five Windows into Celebrating the Holidays: Discussion Group facilitated by Helen Gennari – 10:10-12 at Webster Hills UMC

For more details and a full program listing, go to the programs page and download a Fall 2015 schedule.

Featured Speakers Friday November 20

Long Meadow Rescue Ranch

  • Remembering the Viet Nam War, Tom Hopkins – 9:10-10, at Webster Hills UMC
  • Long Meadow Ranch, Mary Lou Spellmeyer – 10:10-11, at Webster Hills UMC
  • Five Windows into Celebrating the Holidays: Discussion Group facilitated by Helen Gennari – 10:10-12 at Webster Hills UMC

For more details and a full program listing, go to the programs page and download a Fall 2015 schedule.

Metro Theater Company’s Talkin’ Trash by Nicholas Kryah

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Talkin’ Trash tells the story of a young boy obsessed with trash and recycling who moves to a rundown neighborhood next door to an elderly woman who struggles with compulsive hoarding. Their unlikely intergenerational relationship touches on issues of community, responsibility and friendship.

Sunday, November 15 at 2 pm

Robinson Elementary, 803 Couch Ave., Kirkwood, MO 63122 (enter from back parking lot)

Free and open to the public.

 

 

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New Class! T’ai Chi with Jaime Sanchez

Every Friday, 9:10-10 Jaime Sanchez

Movement for healthy aging.  Includes bone alignment, join range-of-motion, muscle relaxation, deep breathing and mindful awareness.  Flexibility, muscle tone and general health are improved.

Webster Hills UMC, 1333 West Lockwood, 63122

$8/class, $72/pre-registration for 10 week session, included in Adventures in Learning Registration

Call (314) 395-0988 for more information, or go to the programs page.