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SERVICES:

1. Transporation to the following: All medical appointments two & 1/2  days per week, to all recreational outings; to religious services every weekend.

2. Beauty Salon on premises, incld. manicures & pedicures, by appt.

3. Footcare every other month with licensed nurse, by appt.

4. Beltone Hearing 1x/mo. with free hearing testing.

5. Weight Room incld. bikes and ellipitical machines, open 24 – 7.

6. Raised Garden beds ready for planting in May and border gardens also available for residents.

7. Resident Council with executive staff, Food committe & Menu planning every month.

8. Beautifully stocked Library and reading room, on our first floor.

9. Full service Brunch every Saturday a.m.

FITNESS:

1. Yoga for Seniors with Dr. Norman Christiansen every Monday at 1pm.  Dr.

Christiansen knows how to teach seniors and provides knowledge about how our bodies work, along with his expertise in Yoga.  We are currently doing sitting and standing postures.

2. Weight Training with YMCA instructor every Thursday, 1pm.  Individual plans, teaching and follow-up.

3. Chair Fit with LE Director Reenie Harwell Tuesdays, 10am. Reenie is a trained Dance Therapist and an expert in senior fitness.

4. Exercise with Karen Pellerin, former women’s basketball and soft-ball coach every Thursday 10am; a somewhat more challenging exercise experience with stretching and repetitions.

5. Walking Club is every Wed. a.m. and informally as weather permits.

6. Weight Room is open to residents at all times.  Initial supervision is suggested with our YMCA trainer.

7. Transportation to the YMCA for warm water pool every Thursday afternoon.

RELIGION:

1. Mass with Fa. Charles Kuzmeski once a month.

2. Transport to churches on Sunday or synagogue Saturdays.

3. “The Chalice of Salvation” on big screen on Sunday a.m.s

4. Pastor Jeff Chandler with Bible study, discussion and prayer once per month.

5. Ecumenical Service  & Coffee Hour with our own resident, the Rev. Charles Summers. Rev. Summers is an Episcopal Priest who gives service with communion.  Open to all.

6. The Rosary is available every Wed. a.m. 9:30am.

ENTERTAINMENT:

1. “REMEMBER THE TITANIC,” a portrayal of the life and experiences of the Titanic’s architect’s wife, 5/6 1pm, a drama.

2. Roger Hart photojournalist, a journey of beauty with nature, 5/13 3pm.

3. Tom Bilodeau, guitarist/singer with a laid back style, 5/20 1pm

4. The Wilbraham Women’s chorus, 5/7 2pm, a large, local singing group of older ladies who have been coming to Keystone for the last 8 years!

5. Dan Daniels, guitarist, folk singer, 5/3 1pm

6. Ted Hamel, tenor, popular artist, 5/17 1pm

7. Eddy C Duo, harmonica & vocals 5/24 1pm

8. Adam Bergeron, classical pianist  5/27 1pm

9. Sandy Robinson, cabaret pianist & singer 5/31 1pm

SPECIAL PROGRAMS:

1. Memorial Day picnic with crooner Dave Colucci, 12 noon, 5/26

2. Diane’s Jewelry Sale, jewelry and accessories, 5/5 all day; reasonable prices, great selection.

3. Make Your Own Jewelry with Sandy Merrill, 5/20 6:30pm

4. Tupperware Party with Michelle LaBonte, 5/14, 7pm.  Demonstrates easy meal prep for seniors with Tupperware.

5. Freedman chorus, 5/28 10am, joint program with the Grayson House Assisted Living bldg.

6. Tips on Getting good Sleep with Amedysis Health, 5/1 2pm.

7. How to Use OT, PT and other vital services with Caretenders, 5/22 2pm

8. The Garden Belles Bake Sale & cafe, 5/16 add day, a major fund-raiser for the women’s club.

9. The Kentucky Derby garden Party, 5/3, 2:30pm; drinks, pecan pie, etc., followed by watching the Derby in the evening.

10. Mother’s Day Luncheon, decorations, gifts, etc. 5/11,  noon

TRIPS:

1. The Somers Inn in CT. lunch out; country drive and lunch in an antique inn, 5/14 noon

2. Mt. Greylock in the Berkshires with guest climber Nick Coggin; spring vistas, flowers and a picnic lunch,

5/ 21, all day.

3. Walmart, 5/2, 10am

4. The Maine Seafood restaurant, 5/2 11:30, in Warehouse Point, Ct.

5. The Springfield Armory & lunch out for the Men’s Club 5/9 10am.

6. The Mohegan Sun casino, all day trip, 5/23.

7. Crazy Jake’s lunch trip, 5/30, noon

CLUBS:

1. The Knitting club meets formally once a month

2. The Men’s club meets every Fri. a.m. for coffee and planning.

3. The Koraleers Korus of Keystone Woods meets weekly and is rehearsing their new show “High Hopes” with Director Reenie Harwell.

4. The Garden Belles Women’s Club of Keystone meets monthly to plan social events and fundraising.

5. The Poetry Club meets monthly with guest poet Laura Chagnon who has just published her first book “Never Touched a Pen”.

6. The Book Club meets weekly and is exploring women authors.

RECREATIONAL:

1. Bingo three nights per week; mah jongg, Scrabble, Bridge, 65 on-going

2. Word Challenges, Trivia, etc. weekly

3. Wii bowling or Wii Sports monthly or on demands.

OTHER:

1. Music Appreciation 3x/mo

2. The Way We Were, reminiscence with props, 5/13

3. Flower Arranging, 5/13 11am

4. Gardening, 5/27, patio and garden starts 11am

5. Manicures with Reenie 2x/mo

6. Happy Hour, refreshments, movies on weekends and in the evenings.

7. Massage with Ginnie Levine, 5/9 by appt. in the a.m.

8. “Sounds of the Universe” with Music therapist john thorp; Tibetan bowls, hand insruments in a darkened room to enhance meditation and relaxation, 1 hour 5/23 2:30pm.

9. Patriotic Sing Along 5/30 1:30 with LE Director Reenie Harwell

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