1.30pm in the New Hall Our topic at the monthly cafe for those affected by dementia is "Action for Hearing Loss", a topic which will apply to so many. The cafe is open to seniors as well, so do come along. There are refreshments and a time of music after the talk. For more information, contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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at 2.30pm. "Rise, take your mat and walk" written by Christian women of Zimbabwe. A warm welcome awaits you.
1.30 pm in the New Hall. Art For Seniors, at 1.30 pm in the New Hall. Enjoy creating a piece of art under the step by step guidance of artist Bev McCluskey. No experience needed.
7pm in the New Hall. Young people will give their perspective on "What it's like to be young in 2020". This should make an interesting evening for both young and old. A light supper follows.
Join us in the New Hall from 10am till 12 noon for coffee and home baking. Tickets £2 in aid of Guild Projects. A warm welcome awaits you. The Guild projects for 2020 are CrossReach Sailor's Society Boys' Brigade World Mission Malawi Fruits and Free to Live Trust Learn more here.
7.30pm in the New Hall. Chris Scott will share with us about TV Humour.
9.30 to 11 am in Dean House and creche is available – you would be most welcome – if you are a regular with creche children, please let Fiona Wright know if you are unable to attend. If you have not been before and wish to come with creche children, please let Fiona know asap to ensure there are enough creche helpers. We continue with our bible study series - "Big picture" - The fifth week is "The God who rescues Israel" - Exodus 12 Further details please contact the office 0141 776 1046
1.30pm, Old Hall Gentle movement to music is good for both the body and the brain, and for seniors, is highly beneficial. Sherrie Carnegie, dance instructor, is going to lead us in Dancercise, a chance to keep fit to music, designed for seniors. Please bring a bottle of water and perhaps an energy bar, if needed. Clare Robertson, 07789425547
10am, Dean House An informal, low key opportunity to discuss the issues that concern you about computers and the internet. This week looking at Travel Websites. All are welcome. Tea/coffee and cake. Contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 for more information.
1.30pm in the New Hall The Dé Café is also a chance to talk with others, ask questions of our support worker, Michelle, from Ceartas. The cafe is open to anyone affected by dementia. Come along and enjoy the chat plus refreshments and perhaps a bit of music. For more information, contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or email@example.com