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 Programas de aprendizaje permanente

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Wednesday, February 22



It’s that time of year when we meet up with friends, new and old, and sing songs of goodwill and cheer! Now, if only you can remember their names, faces and lyrics to the songs! No need to despair!!! Please join in this month’s class to learn how to take the stress out of social engagement situations in order to feel more confident about being in familiar and/or new situations!!


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by calling 203-977-5151

Presented by:

Heather Gately

Modern Solutions for Common

Shoulder Arthritis


Friday, February 17



Shoulder disease is an all too common source of pain and disability in our fast paced and active society.  Modern diagnostic and therapeutic technologies are available to help Orthopaedic surgeon’s accurately diagnose and treat your  shoulder problems. T there are solutions to keep you comfortable, active and independent. Learn from a regional shoulder expert about modern solutions to the common cause of shoulder pain and dysfunction. 

Speaker:  Dr. Paul Protomastro

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Tips for Successful


Homeowners Property Revaluation &

Senior Property Tax Relief Program


Date to be determined


Greg Stackpole from the City of

Stamford Tax Assessors Office will speak about the Homeowners Property

Revaluation and Senior Property Tax

 Relief program


Register on myactivecenter

or by calling 203-977-5151

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Demystifying the

Probate Court

 Date to follow

Stamford Probate Judge Gerald Fox, III


will be here to explain the role of the Probate Court. In addition to the court’s role of overseeing  decedents' estates and trusts, the Probate Courts handle a wide range of sensitive issues affecting children, the elderly and persons with intellectual and psychiatric disabilities.  In carrying out their responsibilities, the Probate Courts strive to protect the rights of individuals while affording those involved in probate matters an approachable and consumer-friendly environment.


Don’t miss this informative talk by Judge Fox


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by calling 203-977-5151

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Once a month, share a cup of coffee with our

Director and have lively discussion

on a different topic each month.


Friday, February 17th


10:00 am in the Cafe


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Or call 203-977-5151


Western Canada's Rockies,

Lakes & Wine Country

Informational Zoom


Wednesday, March 1



Tracy from Collette Tours will speak about this wonderful tour and highlight all the adventures you'll take in Canada


A Zoom link will be sent to you

the morning of March 1st


Please register on myactivecenter

or call 203-977-5151

Programas SLN Septiembre 2021

Todos los horarios son a las 2 pm EST  

Los programas a continuación se transmiten en vivo en persona

en el Centro para Personas de la Tercera Edad

(contamos con 5 espacios disponibles para quienes no puedan asistir en persona)


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Tues., Jan 31: Federal Hall National Monument


When the Constitution was ratified in 1788, New York remained the national capital. Pierre L'Enfant was commissioned to remodel the City Hall for the new federal government. The First Congress met in the now Federal Hall and wrote the Bill of Rights. George Washington was inaugurated here as the country's first President on April 30, 1789. When the capital moved to Philadelphia in 1790, the building again housed city government until 1812, when Federal Hall was demolished. The current structure on the site was built as a Customs House, opening in 1842. In 1862, Customs moved to 55 Wall Street, and the building became the US SubTreasury. Millions of dollars of gold and silver were kept in the basement vaults, until the Federal Reserve Bank replaced the Sub-Treasury system in 1920.

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Tues., Feb.7 : “Polynesian Wayfinders”: Mystic Seaport Museum


It’s time to join of our favorite presenters- Brian from the Planetarium at Mystic! Brian traveled to the Pacific recently and did his own research of the Polynesian skies! This show offers a unique perspective on star lore as well as navigation. We will view the night sky as seen from Honolulu, Hawaii while learning about how the people of Polynesia could find their way across vast distances of ocean without any tools of technology. We will explore how clues from the natural world not only helped Polynesians with direction-finding, but also formed the stories that created their very own constellations.


Tuesday, Feb. 14: Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail


The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail was established by Congress in 1996 to commemorate the events, people and route of the 1965 Voting Rights March in Alabama. The 54-mile-long national historic trail begins at the Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church in Selma and then follows the 1965 historic routes of the Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches through the city and eastward along US Highway 80 through Dallas County and Lowndes County. Crossing into Montgomery County, the Trail continues into the city of Montgomery and ends at the Alabama State Capitol. Join us as we visit this site which stands as an enduring testament to the long struggle and sacrifices made by many individuals to preserve the right to vote as a fundamental cornerstone of American democracy.


Tues., Feb. 21: Richard M Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

Born on January 9,1913, on his parents' citrus farm in Yorba, Linda, California, Richard Milhous Nixon's life spanned eight decades. Join us for a virtual tour of the library and museum from a presenter who will share the stories from the museum that cover much of President Nixon’s life and his extraordinary accomplishments prior to becoming the 37th President of the United States. The journey ends with Richard Nixon’s postpresidency period and his contributions as elder statesman, and his impact on American culture. ( there may be an update to this program description)

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Tues. Feb 28: New River Gorge National Park, W VA


We’re off to to see America’s Newest National Park in “Wild Wonderful” West Virginia! In December 2020, this 73,000- acre slice of paradise, encompassing a whitewater river,limestone cliffs and deep canyons, became the country’s newest national park. The lifeblood of the park is the New River, and despite its name it is believed to be one of the oldest rivers in the world. For more than 260 million years, it has run northeasterly from the Blue Ridge Mountains near Boone, North Carolina, through southwest Virginia and into West Virginia, cutting through the Appalachian Plateau and joining with the Gauley River to form the Kanawha River in south-central West Virginia. Join us as discover the breathtaking beauty of this park, and see for yourself why it is referred to as “ Almost Heaven”

  Esta es una transmisión en vivo en persona  en el Centro para Personas de la Tercera Edad.

Regístrese con anticipación en o

llamando al Centro al 203-977-5151.


Sesión de tecnología abierta

Miércoles  1 a 2 pm en el centro


  Tener problemas con Zoom o cualquier otra computadora, tableta o  problemas con el teléfono inteligente?  

¡Usted no está solo!


Nuestro increíble equipo de tecnología está aquí

para ayudar a responder todas sus preguntas.


  Háganos saber qué otros temas le gustaría aprender.


  Envíenos un correo electrónico

y avísanos, o mejor aún, salta

en la sesión de Open Tech y hable con

Stu, Peter o Rouja sobre tus ideas.


Conversational Spanish 

with Rene





Join this fun group and learn the basics of Spanish and perfect your pronunciation and vocabulary.


Register on myactivecenter or by

calling the center at 203-977-5151


Inglés como segundo


Nivel principiantes con Andrea

Jueves de 12: 00-1: 00 pm

A partir del 9 de septiembre en persona en el centro.

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