Programas de aprendizaje permanente


Hurricane Preparedness

Friday, July 29th



Join the American Red Cross and the Stamford Department of Health as we talk about how to prepare for hurricane season. Learn about the basics of hurricane effects in Stamford, how to prepare your family, and local resources to support you.


Presented by:

The Stamford Health Department and

 the American Red Cross

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   or by calling 203-977-5151


Wellness Workshop

Meditation for Pain Management


Wednesday, August 10th



Mind-body techniques can help address and reduce the physical and mental stressors that often accompany pain. In this workshop, you will learn how to use deep relaxation techniques, such as light stretching and breathing, meditation and guided imagery to help cope with pain and stress


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     or by calling 203-977-5151    

Sponsored by Hospital for Special Surgery


Worried But Well

Strategies for Memory

Management and Wellness

Wednesday, August 24th



Presented by: Heather Gately

Dementia Specialist - Home Instead


Have you ever wanted to say something but could not think of the right word? This phenomenon is known as ‘tip of the tongue’ syndrome. It is a completely normal, age-related condition and you are not alone!  Try the “Worried but Well” discussion group where you will learn tips and techniques, exercises and ways to improve your brain neuroplasticity to help combat against these “senior moments”!


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   or by calling 203-977-5151

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Únase a este animado grupo mientras aborda todos los

  las últimas noticias de última hora, incluidas las locales, estatales,

  eventos a nivel nacional y mundial!


Miércoles:  10:00 am a 12:00 pm


Líder de discusión: Tom


Las clases se llevan a cabo en el centro "Sala Mural" y a través de Zoom Link se proporciona a continuación

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)



Tuesday, June 28 Truman Presidential Library: The Upset of the Century


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Tues., July 5 The Energy Crisis- (of the 70s)

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

Have you heard the phrase: “not since the ‘70s” lately? On February 2, 1977, less than two weeks after assuming the Presidency, Jimmy Carter addressed the nation in a televised “fireside chat” to speak to Americans about the looming Energy Crisis. What tools and resources does the Constitution provide the Executive branch to take on such a crisis? What role do the other branches of government play? This program will examine the 39th President’s response to this crisis through the lens of primary sources of the Carter Library and National Activities.

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Tues., July 12, John Muir National Historic Site

Located in Martinez, California, the John Muir National Historic Site and National Historic Landmark is where Muir lived and worked during the period of his greatest influence in conservation. Muir’s marriage to Louisa (Louie) Strentzel in 1880 and role in the management of her family’s extensive fruit ranch provided him with the financial security, social connections, and support necessary to commit himself to the movement. From his “scribble den” on the second floor of the Victorian-Italianate Strentzel-Muir house, Muir mounted letter writing campaigns and penned

his most important books including The Mountains of California (1894) and Our National Parks (1901). Muir’s writing and advocacy during his years in Martinez were instrumental to the establishment of early national parks and forest reserves. The Muir Home also offers opportunities to grapple with critical interpretations of Muir’s life and legacy. The property reveals tensions and intersections between the various sides of Muir as the solitary mountaineer, the wealthy grower and family breadwinner, and the passionate advocate for nature.

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Tues., July 19: “Making Her Mark” 

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Join us as we enjoy a new presentation from Amon Carter! Explore works by women artists in the Carter’s collection who have demonstrated courageous talent despite adversity and made their mark in the art world.


Tues.,July 26

Gateway Arch National Park


The process of creating the Gateway Arch took many years before its completion in 1965. In this virtual program, a National Park Ranger will share Eero Saarinen's story and take us back to the 1960s to learn about the process of conceiving, designing, and building the tallest national monument in the United States.

  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.


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.


Español avanzado  

Martes a las 2 pm

Instructor: Presa Ángeles

A partir del 5 de octubre  - 16 de noviembre de 2021

Curso de 7 semanas  

$ 25 para miembros y $ 80 para no miembros

Zoom solamente