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  • Walking Clubs (Is an easy way to keep active and can be a good avenue to making friends.)

  • Gardening Clubs (Is a superb way to go outside and stay active and connected to others. Digging in the dirt and planting and weeding can help seniors relax and unwind.)

  • Book Club (Has the efforts to stay sharp, mentally alert and in touch with the world.)

  • Scrapbooking (Has the chance to reflect on their own life experiences)  

  • Lectures and Continued Education Classes (Expanding one's knowledge base is a surefire way to stay mentally alert and engaged) 

  • Art Classes ( Watercolor and Acrylic painting as well as drawing and sketching are all high on the list of avenues for artistic expression, and making art in a group can be an enjoyable way to encourage others.)

  • Field Trips and Excursions ( Take special trips to museums, symphonies, and nature preserves) 

  • Jewelry Making (Making necklaces or bracelets is another fun craft that can help seniors improve fine motor skills an provide an outlet for creativity) 

  • Live Music ( Today's seniors are part of a generation that revolutionized music. Many are still sound aficionados, with decidedly specific tastes.)

  • Music Therapy ( Music has an undeniable healing power, especially for those who live with dementia.) 

  • Pet Therapy ( Rubbing a dogs belly can make many of us feel all warm and fuzzy, and it's particularly comforting to those who gave up on pets when they moved to assistant living.) 

  • Spa Days and Self Care (Everyone knows that self care is important. Its value doesn't end during one's senior years. Every senior deserves and chance to relax which includes haircuts, manicures, and even skin treatments.) 

  • Organized Sporting Activities (Basketball, volleyball, pickleball, and tennis.)

  • Computer Classes (Basic computer skills, social media platforms, purchasing, and googling.) 

  • Financial Advice ( Getting older isn't all bad. If you've accumulated wealth over your working years, it can be the time to enjoy all of that hard work. But financial stresses often arise, including budgeting concerns, income limitations and even fraud. these classes will help older adults ensure their cash lasts.)  

Lide White Memorial Boys & Girls Club

1551 M.S.H. Northgate Road P.O. Box 1128 Madison, IN 47250

Email: brandipoling@lidewhitebgc.com; Phone: 1-812-265-5811