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, Sept 3 – Nov 12, (No class on September 19th, 24th, or October 29th). This is an evidence-based program that helps to improve balance, flexibility, and strength. It is also a great stress reducer. This low-impact 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 $48 for 8 weeks paid to instructor: Rachel Dean, MPH, Family and Consumer Science Agent, UT Extension Sullivan County. Those who attend 6 out of 8 classes will receive a special arthritis cookbook at the end of class! Sign up began Aug 5.
Sharpening Day, TH, Sept 5.Have your kitchen knives, scissors, hair clipper blades, small lawn clippers, etc. sharpened. Drop your items off at the Lynn view office, limit of 3 items per person please. Provided by WillSharpen.com. Cost is $5.00, payable at drop off. Pick up day is Sept 11.
Advanced Beginner Guitar, 12pm, TH, Sept 5 – Nov 21, Room 302. Cost: $40, paid to instructor first day of class. Sign up begins Sept 3. Please sign up by Sept 4. Instructor: R.A. Hicks, founder of R.A. Hicks School of Music. (Special events pg)
Beginner Banjo, 1pm, TH, Sept 5 – Nov 21, Room 302. Cost: $40, paid to instructor first day of class. Sign up begins Sept 3. Please sign up by Sept 4. Instructor: R.A. Hicks, founder of R.A. Hicks School of Music. (Special events pg)
BallRoom Dance – “Tango” – 1:30pm, M/F, Sept 9 – Oct 4, room 302. Cost is $80.00, paid at sign up that began Aug 12. (Special events pg)
How to do Dry Wall, 12:30pm. Tues, Sept 10. Facilitated by Doug Clark. Please sign up by Sept 9.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee needs help from seniors in the community! 10am, Wed, Sept 11th, Katie Gaynor, Research Coordinator, Second Harvest Food Bank, will be conducting a survey about access, awareness/knowledge, and stigma related to SNAP/Food Assistance for seniors. Our hope is to use this information from our Yes/No survey to identify barriers for seniors to programs such as SNAP. Any and all input is welcome, and we are more than happy to help answer any questions about SNAP as well. No sign up required.
Natural Approaches to Pain Management, 12:30pm, TH, Sept 19. Presented by Reeda Tate, Good Food Grocery at Mac’s Medicine will discuss all the options that are available. Please sign up by Sept 12.
Card Making, 11am, Mon, Sept 23. In the lounge. We will use pictures of the world around us as color inspiration to design 4 greeting cards. Cost is $10 paid to instructor and all supplies are included. You may bring a favorite adhesive and scissors. Sign up by Friday, Sept 20.
Fall Frolic, 12:30pm. Mon, Sept 23. Enjoy Refreshments provided by ClearCaptions and music by Lightnin Charlie. Please sign up by Sept 16.
Tips for Cleaning Up Your Garden, 10:30am. Tues, Sept 24. Join us as Master Gardener Lynn Carson gives tips on cleaning up your garden and winterizing it. Please sign up by Sept 17.
Butterbean Auction, 12:30pm. Wed, Sept 25. 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 Sept 18.
Lunch and talk on Regenerative Medicine with Dr. Tim Dunne, TH, Sept 26, 11:30am. Menu TBA. This talk involves using your body to heal itself, using naturally occurring cells and specialized fluids. Treatments are made up of hyaluronic acid, regenerative cells, and cytokines, which are all powerful growth factors that help regenerate your body’s tissues. This triggers cell growth and cells will continue to grow and divide, forming new tissues. This comprehensive alternative treatment is beneficial for chronic pain sufferers of knee pain, shoulder pain, arthritis, lower back pain, sciatica, neuropathy and so much more. Please sign up by Sept 19.
Meet the author of “Favorite Song Journeys” Guy Briggs. Mon, Sept. 30. 10-11:30am.
Intermediate Crochet, 12:30 – 1:30 a.m., Fri, Oct 4 – Nov 8. Cost is $20.00 paid to instructor. Class is limited to 4 participants. Please call Lynn View and be signed up by Sept 27.
Beginning Crochet, 11:00 –Noon, Fri, Oct 4 – Nov 8. 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 Sept 27. Class is limited to 4 participants.
Advanced Beginner Crochet, 9:30 – 10:30 p.m., Fri, Oct 4 – Nov 8. Cost: $ 20.00 paid to instructor. Please call Lynn View and be signed up by Sept 27. Class is limited to 4 participants.
Personal Training with Juanita Churchwell available by the hour or as a package. Call to schedule (423) 571-9922.
First Broad Street United Methodist Church
Total Body Workout: Monday, Wednesday and Friday in room 239 at 9:30am. Total Body workout consists of upper and lower body exercises that trim, tone and define muscle, while giving you a good cardio workout.
Piloxing: Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30am. Piloxing is pilates, boxing, and dancing that give you a great cardio workout.
Core Yoga: Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 -11:30am. Mat yoga. Includes breath, abdominal and arm strength building.
Yoga: Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30am – 12:00pm. Includes standing poses and gentle movements for strength and flexibility, each class ends with relaxation.
Colonial Heights United Methodist Church
Silver Sneakers Yoga: Monday and Wednesday 11:00 a.m. – Noon in the gym. Silver Sneakers Yoga will move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of seated and standing postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity.
George Washington Apartments, Friendship Manor Apartments, Forest Ridge Manor Apartments, Kiwanis Towers Apartments: bi- annual activities such as bingo, birthday parties, educational seminars, blood pressure checks, etc.
Aquatics Center: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. lap swimming with your Senior Center membership card is free and you will receive a 20% discount on swim classes.
Juanita Churchwell available by the hour or as a package. Call to schedule (423) 571-9922.