New Hampshire Senior News Notes
Littleton Area Senior Center members put on a skit for a “Love Your Neighbor” food drive on Valentine’s Day. From left are Dyanna Thresher, Ron Simons, Anne-Marie Donlon, Thad Thresher and Phyllis Gonyer. (COURTESY)
The catalog describes the more than 141 courses being offered and includes information about the class locations, registration and the membership process. An online version of the catalog also is available at olli.granite.edu.
To learn more about OLLI, the courses or to request a catalog by mail, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-1377.
Cribbage, Mardi Gras on Littleton center’s agenda
LITTLETON — The Littleton Area Senior Center, 77 Riverglen Lane, plans a cribbage tournament with prizes at 1 p.m. Thursday. Seniors are welcome to participate or just come to watch. To play, sign up with Phyllis Gonyer at the center..
For more information about activities at the center, call 444-6050.
MANCHESTER — The National Active & Retired Federal Employees Association, Chapter 408, will have its first meeting of the year at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Sweeney American Legion Post Hall, 251 Maple St.
All members and prospective members are invited.
CONCORD — The Capitol Center for the Arts is offering an AARP Day on Sunday, March 9, giving members a $5 discount to the 4 p.m. performance of “A Moment in Time,” a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald.
AARP members can purchase tickets by going to www.ccanh.com, calling 225-1111 or stopping by the box office at 44 S. Main St. To receive the discount, use the code ELLA. (The discount does not apply to Gold Circle seats.)
The recent launch of AARP New Hampshire’s new political initiative drew prospective volunteers. The civic engagement project is aimed at taking advantage of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary status to engage members of the community in the political process. To find out more or to get involved, email email@example.com.
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Regional Senior Center, 8 Depot St., will celebrate Mardi Gras at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 4, with a “second line” parade and bead throw, accompanied by the music of New Orleans from Jim Tyrrell. Seniors are encouraged to dress in purple, green and/or gold masks or costumes. Lunch will take place after the celebration.
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