This month, we have added some new activities. Times and location addresses are listed on our schedule. For information contact us at 804-353-3171 or SeniorCenterRVAgmail [dot] com Our events and activities require a registration. Register by mail, in person at one of our locations, on line or by phone/email.
The Joy of Wellness is a free, day long event for regional and community seniors on April 29, 2017 presented by the Senior Center of Greater Richmond at the Battery Park Christian Church. The event will focus on senior health and introduce four topics which resonnate with many seniors:
In March, you can still reserve your seat with your registration and check for the Cherry Blossom Festival Luncheon Cruise on the Potomac (April 5th). Deadline for Registration & Payment in Full is March 22nd, $110 members $120 non-members.
In March, you can enjoy the art exhibit of Natasha Bowdoin at the Visual Arts Center and even try to create a piece of your own after your tour in a private workshop. March 8th at 10am.
Gabriella Pepe, a volunteer, will bring Watercolors & Pencil Art to the Battery Park Christian Church on March 7th from 10 to 12 pm. Bring your creativity and come ready to get inspired.
Seniors and PrimeTimers at the Senior Center of Greater Richmond are celebrating their birthdays
The Arbors or Battery Park Christian Church: Meals are $3 each. BYO lunches allowed. East Center at Peter Paul Development Center: Lunches are served on Tuesday and Thursdays. Richmond's First Baptist Church: Lunch is served by the church. Members pay $3 each. No outside food. Heritage Oaks: SCGR Members (who do not live at Heritage Oaks) pay $3 each. SwimRVA: Lunches will no longer be provided at the Aquatics Center. Please Bring Your Own Lunch (BYO)
Technstar Tutors will be offering two new computer classes in February. We will learn How To Move Pictures from Your Camera to Your Computer $ on February 9th at First Baptist Church from 10:30 am to 11:30 am.
The second program will be Creating A Slide Show of Photos $ the next day at Battery Park Christian Church on February 10th from 2 pm to 3 pm.
In 2017, we can celebrate the African American Legacy with a new Black History Museum and Cultural Center in Richmond and a brand new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, our newest addition to the Smithsonian. At the Senior Center of Greater Richmond, we recognize that history has ignored many of the important names and events in African American History and we are pleased to both learn about it and celebrate it. After all, African American History is the part of every American's history.