Programs & Classes

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Beginner Flower Arranging Class, 10:30am – 11:30am. Thursday, May 2 | Multipurpose Room | Fee: $10 cash paid at sign up. You will make a topiary in shades of pink and purple to celebrate Mother’s Day. Please bring your green work bowl, flower and ribbon scissors.

Senior Driver Safety Seminar, 9-10am. Thurs. May 2 | Computer Lab | Free. Lieutenant Rick Garrison with the TN Highway Patrol and Safety will be at the KSC to do a presentation on Senior Driver Safety. As of 1/24/19, the State of TN has had 57 people killed in motor vehicle crashes, and of those killed, this year, 16 were Senior Drivers (age 65+ (28%)) As of 12/31/18, there were 206 Senior Drivers killed. Limited to 30 people.

Cooking with Tracy, 11am. Mon, May 6 | Lounge| This class is limited to 10 people only. Sign up now Cost: $5 paid at sign up.

Between the Covers Book Club, 10am. Tuesday, May 7 | Card Room | This month we’re continuing to read Night Comes to the Cumberlands by Harry M. Caudill. This is such an important, and long book, we decided to make it a two month study. Published in 1962, the author calls it a “biography of a depressed area. It’s the story of the Appalachia, from the Indian Wars up to the 1960’s. A deep felt and relevant book for our times. Join us, will you? All are welcome.

Beginner Yoga, 5:30 – 6:30pm. Wednesday’s, May 8 through June 9 | Room 302 | $25 paid at sign up. Becky Mills will be instructing this class.

Flower Arranging Class: Mother’s Day Celebration, 10:30-11:30am. Wednesday, May 8 | Multipurpose Room | $10 cash paid at sign up. Please bring flower scissors and ribbon scissors. Instructor: Susan Valentine.

Mother’s Day of Pampering, 1-3pm. Thurs, May 9 | Room 310. FREE.

Beginner Water Color Class (6 weeks), 1-3pm. Thursday’s, May 9 – June 13 | Room 303 | Free. Instructor: Michael Farrar.

Acrylic Painting Class (6 weeks), 3-5pm. Thursday’s, May 9 – June 13 | Room 303| Free. Acrylic paint is a fast-drying paint made of pigment suspended in acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints are water-soluble, but become water-resistant when dry. Taught by Michael Farrar.

Bob Ross Style Painting, 10am – 2pm. Wednesday, May 15 | Room 303 | $50 paid to instructor day of class. Supplies are covered in the fee. Please bring your lunch.

Movie Day “Step Mom”, 1pm. Wednesday, May 15 | Atrium | Free. Three years after divorcing Jackie (Susan Sarandon), the mother of his children, Luke Harrison (Ed Harris) decides to take the next step with his significant younger girlfriend, fashion photographer Isabel Kelly (Julia Roberts). But, when the flaky Kelly meets Harrison’s children for the first time, their fierce allegiance to their mother is obvious. Try as she might, Kelly fails to endear herself to her young charges—and to Jackie—until a looming family crisis changes everything. Popcorn will be served. Please bring your own drink.

Silk Flowers Class, 10:30am-11:30am. Thursday, May 17 | Multipurpose Room | Free. Bring your own project! Dining room, porch, or other. Bring your own container, silk flowers, scissors and wire cutters.

Patriotic Picnic, 11:30am – 1pm. Tues, May 21 | Allandale Pavilion | Fee: Bring a side dish. Sign up in office.

Life Size Bingo, 2 – 3:30pm. Fri, May 24 | Front Lawn | Fee: Bring a lawn chair and a coke or cookie to give away as a prize. Come and play life size bingo with us. Prizes will be awarded. If you love to play bingo you will love playing life size bingo. Sign up begins 4/15.

Outdoor Movie, 7pm. Fri, June 7 | Front Lawn | Bring a lawn chair. Sign up begins 4/15.

Father’s Day Picnic, 11:30am -2pm. Thursday, June 13 | Eastman Cabins #9 | Fee: Bring a side dish. We can only take 80 people. Sign up begins May 1.

Summer Party, 10am-2pm. Friday, June 28 | Front Lawn | Fee: Bring a side dish and chair. There will be yard games, entertainment, and sweet treats. Sign up begins May 1.

Senior Fest 2019 “Travel the 5 Regions of the United States”, 9am – 1pm. Tuesday, July 16 – Friday, July 19 | Senior Center | Free.

Tuesday, July 16: All Regions

9am: Grab-N-Go breakfast for 100 people (Atrium)

10am: DJ Nightmoves will host US Trivia and American Game Shows (Cafeteria)

11:30am: Italian lunch sponsored by Elmcroft Senior Living for 100 people (Gym)

12:30pm: Door Prizes (Gym)

Wednesday, July 17: North, East, and The South

8:30am: Big North Eastern Breakfast for 100 people (Pancakes, Eggs, Bacon, and Fruit) (Gym)

9:30am: South County Fair outside with dunk table, pie throwing, cotton candy, music, fair     games, etc. (Front Lawn)

11:30am: Grab-N-Go lunch for 100 people (Atrium)

12:30pm: Door prizes (Gym)

Thursday, July 18: West

9am: Grab-N-Go Breakfast for 100 people (Atrium)

10am: Las Vegas Casino Day (Gym)

11:30am: Barberitos Lunch (Gym)

12:30pm: Door prizes (Gym)

*Note: More Daily Activities to be added!!

Beginner French, 11am – 12pm. Wednesday’s, August 7 – September 25 | Computer Lab | Fee: Purchase book and $56/person due first day of class. Book: Barron’s E-Z French by Christopher Kendris and Theodore Kendris (Can be purchased at Books A Million or Amazon). Ghyslaine is going to bring France to you! Sign up begins May 1.

2019 Class Sessions

Session I

Week of January 8-Week of March 26

Session II

Week of April 9-Week of June 25

Session III

August 27- Week of November 12

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Which Classes are Reoccurring Classes?

  1. Bob Ross Style Painting
  2.  The Melting Pot
  3. Cooking with Chef Joe
  4. Cooking with Tracy
  5. Flower Arranging Class
  6. Grief Share
  7. Between the Covers Book Club
  8. Watercolor Painting Class
  9. Personal Training
  10. Card Making

Scrabble Day, 11am. Thursdays. Bring your lunch and a drink, enjoy a game of scrabble. No sign up required.

 

Tai Chi for Arthritis, 12:30pm, Tues, May 6 – Jun 25. This is an evidence-based program that helps to improve balance, flexibility, and strength. It is also a great stress reducer. This class is appropriate for any ability, including those with balance or mobility issues as there is a seated version also. This is a beginner class for anyone wanting to learn tai-chi. Cost is $6 per class, paid to instructor: Rachel Dean, MPH, Family and Consumer Science Agent, TNCEP Sullivan County. Please sign up by 5/3.

 

Beginner Crochet Class 9:30 – 10:30a.m., Fridays, May 10 – Jun 14. Participants will use basic stitches and learn how to make a scarf and dish cloth.  Cost: $20.00 paid to instructor. Call Lynn View and sign up by May 8. Class is limited to 4 participants.

 

Advanced Beginner Crochet classes 11:00 – 12:00 p.m., Fri, May 10 – Jun 14.  Cost: $ 20.00 paid to instructor. Please call Lynn View and be signed up by May 8. Class is limited to 4 participants. Please indicate at sign up what project you would like to make in class.

 

Intermediate Crochet classes 12:30 – 1:30 p.m., Fri, May 10 – Jun 14.  Cost: $ 20.00 paid to instructor. Please call Lynn View and be signed up by May 8. Class is limited to 4 participants. Please indicate at sign up what project you would like to make in class.

 

Sweets for the Sweet (Mom’s Day Treats), 12:30pm, Mon, May 13. Enjoy light refreshments provided by the senior center. Peanut butter and Key Lime Pies provided by TownView. Soothing background music by Suzuki School of Music and all the Mom’s get a treat provided by Home Instead Senior Care. Please sign up by 5/ 8.

 

Ballroom Dance Classes, Monday and Friday, May 13 – June 10. 1:00 – 2:00pm, Room 302. This series of classes will start with the waltz. No partner required. With each dance participants will learn basic intermediate figures, timing, and the characteristics of that style of dance. Lessons will help with balance, posture, movement, memory, communication and social skills, and of course be tons of fun! *We will start with the 4 week class of Waltz and then start additional classes to include Rumba, Foxtrot, Tango and Swing. Cost is $10 per class for 8 classes = $80, payable at sign up. Please sign up by 5/10.  (Please put on special events page).

 

Perks of Your Food City Value Card, 12:30pm. Tues, May 14. Join us as Elizabeth Hall, Registered Dietician, K-VAT Food Stores tells about all the benefits of your Food City Value Card by joining the wellness club, exclusive member savings, recipes and more. Please sign up by 5/10.

 

Container Gardening: Herbs, 10:30am, Tues, May 16. Join us as Lynn Carson talks about the new things with tomato varieties such as sugar babes and heirlooms, along with growing other veggies. Please sign up by 5/9.

 

Improved Sleep, Stress Reduction and Relaxation Techniques, 12:30pm, Tues, May 16. Reeda Tate from Good Food Grocery at Mac’s Medicine will discuss natural ways to improve sleep, reduce stress and ways to help you relax by drinking herbal teas and massage. Please sign up by 5/13.

 

Card Making, 11am to 1pm. Mon, May 20. In the lounge. We will use one set of rubber stamps to make 4 uniquely different cards.  No prior experience necessary. Learn to look at your crafting supplies in new ways.  All supplies are provided and cost is $10, paid to instructor.  You are always welcome to bring your own favorite adhesives and scissors. Please sign up by 5/13.

 

Paint Pouring, 12:30pm. Mon, May 20. All supplies will be provided. Cost: $5.00. You will make a painted flower vase. Facilitated by Julie Loven, The Effortless Girl as seen on Daytime TriCities. Visit her website at theeffortlessgirl.com. Please sign up by 5/13.

 

Butterbean Auction, 12:30pm. Wed, May 22. Butter beans and prizes are sponsored by Visiting Angels.  A butter bean auction is similar to bingo, just more fun because you bid with the butterbeans on items provided by the sponsor. Please call Lynn View at 765-9047 and sign up by 5/15.

 

Pickleball is played in the gym at Lynn View on Mon, Wed and Fri from 9:00am – 2:00pm and on Tuesday/Thursday (sponsored by Parks and Rec) 9:00 am – Noon. Pickleball is traditionally played on a badminton-sized court with special Pickleball paddles, made of wood or high-tech aerospace materials. The ball used is similar to a whiffle ball, but slightly smaller. The lower net and whiffle ball allow the game to be accessible to people of all ages and abilities, while still allowing more competitive players to test their mettle. Please sign in on the computer if you are 50 or older.

 

Personal Training with Juanita Churchwell available by the hour or as a package. Call to schedule (423) 571-9922.

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