Monthly Programs



                                      Pre-registration is required for all events: 781-828-1323

CAREGIVER’S SUPPORT GROUP:  Second Tuesday of the month at 1:00 PM at the Senior Center.

Are you a caregiver? If so, you may feel as if you are pulled in multiple directions as you struggle to find balance among  many life demands.  This group is for you! For more information please call the Senior Center at 781-828-1323. 

MEN’S CLUB MEETING: Third Tuesday of the month at 10:00 AM.  Socialize over coffee and doughnuts and then listen to some wonderful programs here at the Senior Center.  Coffee is available at 9:30 AM, followed by a speaker at 10:00 AM.  All Senior Men are welcome!  Next meeting:  Tuesday, September 19th.  

CCOA WOMEN’S CLUB MEETING: Third Tuesday of the month at 1:00 PM.   For more information call the Senior Center at 781-828-1323 or contact us at

Upcoming Meetings:  Tuesday, September 19th. 

VETERAN’S COFFEE HOUR. First Thursday of the month.   Coffee and donuts at 9:00 AM followed by a program at 10:00 AM.    All those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces are welcome to join us!   Next meeting:  Thursday, September 7th.


Signs of the Season, Thursday, September 7th at 1pm: Join local Teacher Naturalist, Michael Scutari for a hands-on program that will focus on the many signs of  late Summer and early Autumn. Take a  virtual trip through New England to discover the diverse arrays of Autumn foliage, the lovely  wildflowers blanketing the landscape, and the many birds choosing to overwinter, or head south.  Cost is $2 Pre-registration is required

Card Making w/ Lisa –September 11th at 11:00 am : Lisa returns to help you make some fun cards to help celebrate  all occasions!  No experience necessary-come and have some fun!  Pre-registration is required Cost is $8 (6 cards)

 Back to Basics with iPHONE & iPAD-Tuesday, September 12TH AT 1:30PM:   This class introduces users to the basics of navigation and features of the device. We cover the hardware of the iPhone, including the buttons, volume switch, cameras, and speakers; navigation to important  areas of the phone; and iPhone applications for calling and messaging. Class is facilitated by Kevin from  KEVTECH Services.  This is a FREE program. Class is limited to 15 participants.                                       Pre-registration is required

 Conversational Italian for Beginners, Tuesdays beginning September 12th from 1-2:30pm:  This 6week class focuses on mastering words that can be used by travelers to Italy.  Meant to familiarize students with virtual situations and basic communication skills with the locals.  Class taught by     Canton Resident, Irma Berardi, a native of Italy. Pre-registration is required—$30 for 6 weeks

The Life of Abigail Adams, Thursday, September 14TH at 2PM: Abigail Adams was the wife of a president and the mother of a president as well as a champion of women’s rights. Join historian  Richard Nichols as he discusses the fascinating life this important woman in history.   Cost is $5 and  pre-registration is required

Crafts with Donna Schleicher, Monday September 18th at 1pm: Perpetual Calendar craft.  Great gift idea….Cost for is $25 Pre-registration is required

Extreme Trivia w/ Gary Titus, Thursday September 21st at 1pm: Test your knowledge and boost your brain power with friends.  Teams of four compete against one another. Pizza at 12:30 Cost is $8 for Pizza and Trivia or $5 for Trivia only. Pre-registration is required

 Fall Flower Arranging, Thursday, September 21st at 2:00p.m: The Canton Garden Club will be here with      everything you need to create a beautiful fall floral arrangement to bring home.  No experience is necessary.  Cost is $15                    

 Words Galore, Monday, September 25th at 1pm: Join Author & Educator Val Walker for a fun and lively hour of word play, and brain twisters to strengthen your verbal fitness! Learn new and old words,  guess words within words and more!  Pre-registration is required. Cost is $2

 “The Golden Age of Hollywood”, Tuesday September 26th at 1pm : Join us as we travel through these fascinating decades and enjoy a glimpse into the glamour of that golden age. Cost is $5.   Pre-registration is required

 Art For Your Mind—Why So Famous??  September 28th at 1pm: is an   engaging, educational, art observation experience designed to broaden the minds of its participants. Programs are for people of all backgrounds – artists and  non-artists alike. The featured topic, Why So Famous?, offers a look at the work of Da Vinci, Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso, O’Keeffe, Warhol and others. Discover how a variety of artworks have become  famous, and how their examples of innovation and technique have changed our sense of what art can be. Join local art historian Jill Sanford this enjoyable program! Cost is $5. Pre-registration is required

 Drums Alive!,  Thursday, September 28th at 12:30PM: Cost is $5/person. Or $8 for both Drums & Balance The rhythmic patterns of the drum increase synchronization of brain wave activity which in turn provides feelings of euphoria and improved mental awareness. Pre-registration is required

Balance in Motion, Thursday, September 28th at 1:15 PM : This class is designed to help maintain strength, flexibility and balance.  The slow controlled movements put minimal stress on muscles and joints.  Low impact movements include standing and  balancing as well as breathing and flexibility stretches. Cost is $5/person. Or $8 for both Drums & Balance

 SINGO-Friday September 29th at 1PM:  Bingo with a beat with Jim the DJ Guy. We replace the numbers with your favorite songs.  Have fun and win a prize.  Join us for a finger snapping, toe tapping good time! Pre-registration is required. Cost is $3

Dinner & Discussion, Wednesday, September 27th at 5pm: Join us for a light dinner of  Pasta, Meatballs & Salad followed by a presentation with Orthopedic Surgeons Dr. Stephen McNeil & Dr. John Haskoor as they discuss all things hips, knees & shoulders. Cost is $10.   Pre-registration is required.