Upcoming events at the Dwyer Senior Center
Seniors, come join us at the Dwyer Center for the many fun and interesting activities we have planned in December:
Therapy Dog Demonstration – Monday, Dec. 1 (10 a.m.) – Tails will be wagging at the Dwyer Center! Christine Spaetzel will bring her therapy dog, Tikka, and explain how therapy and crisis response dogs are chosen, tests they must pass and the comfort and support they provide to those in need. RSVP: 835-6565.
Trip to The Cleveland Sight Center –Tuesday, Dec. 2 (9:45 a.m.) – Tour the second largest sight center in the country right here in Cleveland. Group departs from the Dwyer Center. Space is limited; cost is $15 for transportation. Lunch on your own at Sweet Melissa’s on the return trip. Call 835-6565 to register.
"Artist’s Response to Nature" Lecture – Wednesday, Dec. 10 (1 p.m.) – Bill Mannion will return for the next presentation in the Art Appreciation series, and will discuss the diverse and inspired works of well-known artists noted for their focus on the beauty of nature. Highlights will include the iconic works of Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, the mystery of Monet’s “Waterlilies” and many others who felt challenged to translate their artistic sensations into paint. Sponsored by Brighton Gardens and Sunrise. Class will be about 2 hours in length. No charge. Please RSVP: 835-6565.
Bowling League – Wednesdays (11 a.m.) – Fight those winter blahs and come out for a fun time at the Bay Lanes on Wednesdays. Bowl a few games and meet some new friends in the process. Call 835-6565 to register.
Leslie Selig, Director of Community Services for Bay Village