Senior Center

We will be opening the Senior Center. Our tentative hours will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9-2, Tuesdays 9-3:30 Thursdays we will be closed as this is our trip days.

We are adding programs as people are feeling comfortable to return to being in a group setting.

Office of the Aging is not open, there will be no lunch provided. Hopefully, in the near future we will be able to participate in meals again. If you receive meals on wheels and you want to attend a program Monday or Wednesday you, can pick up your meal at the Center.

*******PLEASE TAKE NOTICE *******

 IF YOU ARE A  SENIOR 60 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER IN NEED OF A HOME DELIVERED MEAL, PLEASE CALL 518-696-2200.  PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME AND A PHONE NUMBER AND ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE TO DELIVER A MEAL.

The Senior Center hosts many classes, lessons and informative seminars on a variety of topics.

Barb Mitchell, Program Director

Work Number: 518-696-6451
Email: [email protected]

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2021 Road Trips

Transportation is limited to six people if you are able to drive yourself and meet us at the destination you are welcome to join us. Payment in full for each event will reserve your seat. Registration is still on a first come, first serve basis, so the sooner you sign up the better. Lake Luzerne residents will be given preference.

We have rated each trip based on the approximate level of exertion required. Level 1 is the easiest, level 2 is moderate walking and level 3 involves more time walking (possibly on uneven ground) and standing throughout the day which may include stairs. Please take these levels into consideration when choosing the trip that is right for you.

  • The Mansion to Mansion Tour in Saratoga – Wednesday, June 23rd [Level 3]
  • Cruise on Champlain Canal and visit the Saratoga Monument – Thursday, July 15th [Level 3]
  • Northville Shopping and dinner at Lanzi’s on the Lake – Thursday, August 5th
  • Hiking / Walking – Every other Thursday (Start June 17th until Fall)

Download Trip Details and Information [.docx]

We are very limited on transporting people in the van due to covid. My hope is that by June we will be able to take six passengers and myself. If you are able to drive yourself and a friend to the events we are going on please feel free to join us but you need to sign up, so I know how many people are coming. We do not want to exclude anyone from going so please feel free to follow the van to these events.

To Register for any of these events, please call Barb Mitchell, Program Director at 518-696-6451.

Music In the Park

We are going to hold two outdoor events at the Pavilion Park in Lake Luzerne. We hope you will come out and enjoy the music with us. Bring your own lawn chair and mask, enjoy the concert but please follow CDC guidelines.

Music in the Park
Pavilion Park
Lake Ave, Lake Luzerne NY

Thursday, June 17th 6:00-7:30 | Roy Orbison “Only the Lonely”
It’s been said that it is impossible to duplicate the voice of Roy Orbison. That may have been true-until now. The voice of The Big O is back and as amazing as ever with “Only The Lonely”. This incredibly talented group of performers has brought the songs of the great Roy Orbison back to the stage. The look, the incredible voice and the legendary tunes make this performance a memorable one Oh, Pretty Woman, Only the Lonely, Crying, Blue Angel, In Dreams and many more of Orbison’s songs are brought to life in front of your eyes and ears. This is a performance not to be missed by any music fan.

This event is sponsored by the Lake Luzerne Senior Center. CDC guidelines will be followed for your safety and others attending. Please bring a lawn chair and be ready for an evening of fun! This event is free and after the year we have all experienced lets come out and enjoy our time together.

Thursday, August 17th | Cedar Ridge Bluegrass Group
Come out and enjoy this local group, you will stomp your foot and clap your hands to the familiar tunes they are famous for! See you there!

Other Events

Salads To Go | Thursday, June 10th 12:30
In our fast-food culture, how can people create healthy and quick options for meals that are also inexpensive? Salads to go are healthy, quick, and inexpensive options for creative (and delicious!) meals that you can take with you wherever you go! This workshop, offered by MB of Cornell Cooperative Extension, will provide information on how to create salads to go, as well as materials (mason jar and salad stuff!) for two salads to go. The cost of this workshop is $5, and spaces are limited. To register, please contact Barb Mitchell at: 518-696-6451.

Movie and a Meal | Tuesday, June 8th 11:00-1:00 | Life as We Know it
Holly and Eric were set up on a blind date by their married friends Peter and Allison, but it didn’t go well. After Peter and Allison are killed in an accident, Holly and Eric learn that they have been named as the guardian of their late friends’ infant daughter Sophie, so they move into their house and try their best to honor their friends’ wishes. But raising a child cramps their style–and they still don’t exactly get along.

The Senior Center will be providing a $3.00 meal that we will have while watching the movie. For lunch we will have quiche, salad, and dessert. Please call 518-696-6451 to let us know you are attending.

4th 0f July Picnic | Outdoor Barbeque at the Center | Tuesday, June 29th 12:00
Barbeque Chicken, baked beans, and coleslaw come out and enjoy lunch with us. The Senior Center will be providing this meal for $3.00. Please call 518-696-6451 to reserve your spot.

Conversations with our Neighbors | Tuesday, June 22nd 11:00-1:00
Meet John Bennett, a long-time resident of Lake Luzerne. This is the first of the Library’s ongoing interview highlighting life stories and history from members of our community. Come and enjoy lunch and watch this amazing series of local residents we know and find out some interesting things you might not have known about them.

The Senior Center will be providing a $3.00 meal that we will have watching the history series. As new interviews are posted on the Library’s web site we will be able to watch them. For lunch, we will have Orzo salad, broccoli salad, and hamburgers. Please call 518-696-6451 to let us know you are attending.

Walking Group | Thursday, June 17th
We will be joining M/B Mitchum from Cornell Cooperative Extension for some of these trips. This will be our first walking, mild hiking adventure together please dress appropriately and bring water to drink.

I am not sure of the time we will be leaving the Senior Center but let me know that you would like to join us and I will have details firmed up. Call Barb at 518-696-6451

Fitness Classes

We provide a variety of Fitness/Exercise Programs

Osteo Busters Strength Training Class

Tuesday  9:00am – 10:00am
Friday 9:30am-10:30am
Classes meet at the Center for prevention of Osteoporosis and improved balance.  This program is sponsored by RSVP and is at no cost.

Tai Chi Chiu

Thursdays 9:30am-10:30am (taught by an accredited instructor)

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Monday, at 5:30 for 75 minutes vinyasa flow. Masks will be required prior to entry and for the entire duration of practice including shavasana. Mats will be place a minimum of 6 feet apart. For now, no props , food or beverage will be provided. Please bring mat, straps, blocks and any other yoga props you wish to practice with you. All personal belongings will be placed next to your mat while practicing.

Hiking and Walking Groups – weather permitting

Recreation Activities                                                                                   Education Program

Trips                                                                                                                            Museum tours
Picnics                                                                                                                         Dining with  Diabetes Education
Card Games                                                                                                                Fall Prevention Classes
Bingo                                                                                                                            Fire Prevention Classes
Chicken Foot                                                                                                              Coffee with a Cop
Po-ke-no                                                                                                                     Financial Directives
Mah Jongg                                                                                                                  On Set of Alzheimers
Bridge

Movie and a Meal – 2nd Tues. of each month at 11:00am – 1:00pm

Van Shopping Trips

Shopping Trips-twice a month by reservation only – CALL AHEAD TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT

  • Van leaves from the Lake Luzerne Senior Center at 9:00am returns at 2:00pm.

Defensive Driving Classes – AARP Program – AARP members $20 non-members $25.  9:00am – 4:00pm

Health Programs

Blood Pressure – once a month
Flue/Pneumonia Vaccine Site
…..and various other monthly programs

Contact Barb Mitchell, at  (518) 696-6451