COFFEE, TEA AND COLORING BOOKS
Monday, Jan. 16, 10:30am
Another morning of relaxation and enjoyment is on the calendar. The response to coloring sessions has been good and it will now be a monthly event. Colored pencils, pictures and beverages provided at no cost. Spend the morning reducing stress and anxiety while improving your mood and self-expression.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19
is the date for
Our first venture into creating t-shirt caps for the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center was so successful that we have scheduled a second session this month. Join us in cutting, stitching and decorating easy-to-make turbans for patients undergoing chemotherapy. Donations of clean t-shirts and decorative embellishments (costume jewelry, flowers, ribbons) are welcome too.
Bring a portable sewing machine if possible. Volunteers will be on hand to provide instruction. Lunch will be available to all participants. The program begins at 10:00 and pre-regis-tration is appreciated by calling 973- 593-3095. In the event of inclement weather the workshop will be held on Thursday, January 26.
with Jenn Luster
Winter Soups to Keep You Warm
Wednesday, January 18 1:00
Vegetables, beans and grains combine to create a nourishing dish
that gets better each day.
TAX ASSISTANCE RETURNS
AARP/VITA tax volunteers will return to
Madison Senior Center
Wednesdays from Feb. 8 - April 12
MOVIES AT NOON:
Tuesday, January 10 - Love & Friendship
Steven Fry, Kate Beckinsale
A beautiful young widow visits her in-laws and decides to secure a new husband for
herself and a future for her eligible but reluctant daughter. Complications ensue.
Drama PG 92 min.
Tuesday, January 24 – Florence Foster Jenkins
Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant
A New York City heiress aspires to sing at Carnegie Hall and wins acclaim as
"the world's worst opera singer."
Biography PG-13 115 min.