Special Events at Seven Oaks

For planning purposes members are asked to sign up in advance for programs. You can call the front desk to sign up at 410-887-5192 or sign up in person. If there is a fee for an event then payment is required in advance to reserve a seat. You must be a member of the center to participate in any events, classes or activities. Membership is free! Scroll down to the bottom of this page for a speak peak at 2014 Special Events.

Center Closed - Labor Day
Monday, September 4

Tuesday, September 5 & 19           12:30 pm
Ann Knoerlein calls out the lucky numbers for afternoon Bingo with cash prizes; cost $7.00. An Eating Together lunch will be served at Noon for $2.50 donation. The menus are posted at the front desk.

Blood Pressure
Friday, September 8          9:15 am
Karen Kansler, RN takes your blood pressure.

Card Making Workshop
Friday, September 8       10:30 am-12:30 pm
Students will make 3 cards to take home. Samples are available at the front desk. Advance registration required. Cost is $12.

Grandparents Day Concert at Angel Park
Sunday, September 10           3:00 - 4:45 pm
Music by Snowday
High Energy A Cappella Entertainment for all Ages! Sponsored By: Seven Oaks Senior Center & Presidio. Free & Open to the Community! Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. Pets and alcohol are not permitted. Come a bit early and visit the balloon artist!        Angel Park - 9685 Honeygo Blvd - Event is Weather Permitting.

Smart Phone & Tablet Help
Monday, September 11 & 18
Schedule your one-on-one appointment with David Yoon in advance at the front desk. Bring your device with you and your passcodes.
Flu Shots

Friday, September 8 from 1-3 pm
 Seven Oaks Senior Center in partnership with Maxim Healthcare Services, will offer flu shots on Friday, September 8 from 1-3 pm. Flu Shots: High dose (FluAD), Low dose (Quadrivalent) and pneumonia vaccines will be available. You must show your Medicare B or health insurance card and picture identification to receive a shot. Medicare Part B: Free flu shots and free pneumonia shots.  The cost to all others: $35 low dose(Quadrivalent) flu shots, $80 high dose (FluAD) flu shots and $95 pneumonia shots, cash or checks made payable to Maxim Healthcare Services. These clinics are open to anyone over the age of four years.

Sunflower Cupcakes
Monday, September 11                             1:00 pm
Join Charlene Myers for this hands on workshop and learn how to make your own sunflower cupcake. Sign up in   advance.

 Decluttering: Learning to Let Go
Tuesday, September 12                            10:00 am
Join Dr. Elspeth N. Bell, as she helps you identify reasons why it can be difficult to let go of possessions; develop a plan for how to let go of items that are cluttering up your home; and identify professional resources available to  provide assistance. Sign up in advance.
Frankie & Grace: Season 1 Finale
Tuesday, September 12        1:00 pm
Join us for the last three episodes in season 1. Sign up in advance.

Walking with Ease - Interest Meeting
Wednesday, September 13    10:00 am
Interested in joining our 6 week walking group at Gough Park? Please attend this meeting to complete the paperwork. We will walk 3 times a week starting in October.

Get Ready! Get Set! Get Fit!
5K Run/Walk - September 17     9:00 am
Water Aerobics or Warm Water Therapy
Registration - September 19          10:00 am

Are You at Risk?
Tuesday, September 19                 10:00 am
Join this Balance & Falls Seminar which will discuss the difference between vertigo and   dizziness and the causes, why seniors are more at risk for falls and how to decrease your risk. Also learn what to do if you fall and how physical therapy can help. Following the    seminar is a free fall risk assessment     screening. Sign up in advance.

Fall Harvest & Diamond Legend Review Show - SOLD OUT
Friday, September 15  at 12:45 pm
Hosts and tribute artists Allan James & Eileen Chaffee will entertain you with your favorite Neil Diamond and Patsy, Barbara & Liza songs. Lunch will be served at 12:45 pm. On the menu: beef stew, biscuit, and apple pie with ice cream, beer & wine.  Tickets are $12 and go on sale Monday, August 14.

Giant: Eating Healthy on a Budget
Wednesday, September 20                10:30 am
Join Giant’s in-store Nutritionist during our TOPS group as she discusses how to stretch your dollars to provide nutritious and delicious meals on a budget. She will share tips on meal planning as well as affordable recipes.

 What is Long Term Care (LTC)?
Wednesday, September 20               12:30 pm
Come and learn about LTC, if it’s right for you and how to plan for LTC. Presented by Mutual of Omaha. Sign up if you plan to attend.

 Ted Talk: How to Live Before You Die
Thursday, September 21           1:30 pm
At his Stanford University commencement speech, Steve Jobs, CEO and co-founder of Apple and Pixar, urges us to pursue our dreams and see the opportunities in life's setbacks --  including death itself. Join Jim Lighter as he facilitates a lively discussion after the video. Sign up in advance.

Adventure Club: Gertrude’s & BMA
Sunday, September 24       10:00 am
Seven Oaks Members & guests are invited to Sunday Brunch (on your own) at Gertrude’s followed by a visit to the Baltimore Museum of Art. Transportation on your own. You must sign up by September 15. See FAQ on sign up sheet.

 Indoor Flea Market
Saturday, September 23 from 8 am - Noon
Tables for sale in the main room for $15 or rent a space in one of the classrooms for $10.
Tables/spaces go on sale, Friday, August 18. We are collecting new or gently used items for our White Elephant Table. Due to space constraints and quality control, we will not be able to accept donations of clothes, purses, shoes, appliances, fabrics/bedding, or books. We are
especially interested in holiday decorations, home décor, jewelry, collectables, sports memorabilia, picture frames, antiques, etc.  All proceeds will benefit the center. Please drop your items off in the director’s office through Sept. 15.

Bingo Extravaganza

Monday, September 25 from 11 am- 3 pm
Come to Seven Oaks for a full day of bingo and fun! Tickets are $15 in advance and includes 21 games and door prizes. There will be 6 sheets per game card. The first game starts at 11 am however at 10:30 am we will have six early bird games for $1 per card. We will take a lunch break and on the menu is lasagna by DeSantis, salad, cake and drinks. Tickets go on sale Monday, August 7 and you must purchase your ticket by   September 22 unless it sells out in advance. Open to the community ages 18 and over.

Computer Troubleshooting
Monday, September 25                               10:00 am
Let Alvin Miller help you with your computer, laptop, smart phone or tablet issues.  He can help with whatever is making you confused or frustrated! Sign up in advance.

 Alzheimer's Disease
Tuesday, September 26                              10:30 am
Learn how Alzheimer’s disease affects the body, how to prevent the disease and community
resources for people with the disease and their
caregivers. Presented by Chloe Jackson of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. Sign up in advance if you plan to attend.
New Member Orientation
Wednesday,  September 27                 2:00 pm
New members of Seven Oaks are invited to learn more about the center and the programs and services offered onsite and through the
Department of Aging. Sign up in advance.
Meet Up & Step Out: Sizzle Grill
Thursday, September 28         4:00 pm
Meet up for happy hour at the new Sizzle Grill located at 11445 Pulaski Highway. Hangout with your friends from Seven Oaks and enjoy happy hour specials. Sign up in advance.

 Fall Prevention & Balance
Friday, September 29         11:00 am
Understanding the importance of fall prevention and balance in order to improve independence in the community. There will also be group
involvement with typical exercises that can be performed safely at home in order to improve balance. Presented by Bryan Dye, PT with Drayer Physical Therapy Institute. Sign up in advance.

Movie: Heaven is for Real
Friday, September 29                       12:45 pm
Based on the #1 New York Times best-selling book of the same name, HEAVEN IS FOR REAL brings to the screen the true story of a small-town father who must find the courage and conviction to share his son's extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world. Rated PG. Hot popcorn and drinks served. An Eating Together lunch will be served at Noon for $2.50 donation. On the menu: cheeseburger, cheddar, lettuce & tomato, hamburger roll,
seasoned spinach, fresh coleslaw, pineapples. Sign up for lunch by Sept. 27.






























































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