Wednesday, January 2, 2019

WELCOME TO A NEW YEAR

Now that we have stepped into a new year, why not come step into the center for fun and activities?
Super Bowl fans, beer rocks will be on sale starting today with a pick up date of Sat. Feb. 2nd, price of $4.00 each.  Place your order early.  Call the center at 855-3300.
Mark your calendar: 
Fri. Jan 4, 18 & 25 Mexican Train at 9:00
Sat. Jan. 5, Dinner & Bingo. Lasagna Dinner starts at 5:00 - 6:30, Bingo at 7:00 pm.
Fri. Jan. 11,Bunco at 9:00.  If interested call the center
Mon. Jan. 14 Red Hat meeting at 10:00 am
Tues. Jan. 15 Jam session. Food available for purchase starting at 5:30.  Great music from our local musicians for entertainment.
Wed. Jan. 16 Dicroic class starting at 9:00 am. come and be creative with jewelry.
Mon. Jan 21, CENTER CLOSED, MLK DAY
Wed. Jan. 23, District Supervisor Nathan Magsig at the center 10am
Fri. Jan. 25 Waffle Breakfast 8:00- 10:00
Wed. Jan. 30 Birthday bash/Potluck.
 Artist for Jan. Joan Adams & Emily Adams
Thrift store is open Mondays, Wednesdays,2nd Tuesday, last Friday of the month.  Donations accepted.
Weekly activities:Tai Chi & Low Impact every Monday.  Nickel Bingo, Tuesdays, Crafts Wednesdays, Beginners Quilting every Thursday.
Menu: suggested donation $2.00.  Be sure and call day in advance.
Thurs. Jan 3 BBQ rib sandwich, coleslaw & honeydew
Fri. Jan 4, Chinese Chicken stir fry, rice, cantaloupe & lemon pudding;Mon. Jan 7, chicken Thigh in mushroom sauce, mixed veggies wheat bread & applesauce; Tues. Jan 8, Turkey & cheese Sandwich, Minestrone soup & topical fruit. Wed.Jan 9 Salisbury steak,w/gravy,baked potato w/sour cream,wheat roll & cantaloupe
Thur. Jan 10, Chicken pesto pasta, broccoli salad, sourdough bread & raisins; Fri. Jan 11 Beef enchilada casserole, refried beans & fruited jello. 
Don't forget to renew your yearly dues. See you at the center.



Wednesday, December 5, 2018

DELIGHTFUL DECEMBER

It's the last of 2018 and there are lots of activities at the Center.  Get involved, be a part of this wonderful Community Center.
Fri, Dec. 7, Breakfast with Santa stating at 8am until 11am. Waffles, scrambled eggs & bacon for $7.00/$4.00 for children.
Sat. Dec. 8, Craft Fair at Sierra High Gym. 60 booths, music, food and drawings are available.
           Historical Museum will be open, com view all the lovely decorated Christmas trees
Fri. Dec. 14 Bunco at the center, starting at 9:00 - 11:00 lots of laughs and fun.
Sat. Dec. 15, Breakfast with Santa starting at 8am until 11am.  Waffles, scrambled eggs & bacon for $7.00/$4.00 children
Tues. Dec. 18, Jam Session, grab a bit to eat starting at 5:30 and stay to enjoy an evening of great mountain music. Don't forget the Cowboy Poet.
Wed. Dec. 19, Birthday Bash and potluck(bring your favorite Christmas snack) sponsored by the Red Hatters.  Crazy fun that day.
Fri. Dec 21 & 28 Mexican Train starting at 9:00 am.
Fri. Dec. 21 Annual Christmas Dinner at the Center. Ham, turkey and trimmings. Starting at 5:00.  Tickets are $12.00.  There will be a variety of drawings, so get your tickets for that.  $1.00 each.
Mon. Dec. 24 & Tues Dec. 25 Center will be Closed.  Enjoy your family on this special day.
Artist of the Month is Jeff Scott.  Stop by and enjoy his talent. Anyone who would like to have their art work displayed at the center, please give the center a call.  855-3300.
Weekly Events: 
Monday, Crafts, Low Impact Exercise class and Tai Chi all starting at 9:00
Tues. Nickel Bingo starts at 10:0 - 11:30.  Quilters start at 9:30 -1:00 pm
Wed. Crafts and crochet assistance from 9:00 to 11:00
Thurs. Beginning quilting class at 9:00
Friday, Mexican Train
Meals for Dec. with a suggested donation of $2.00.  Please call a day in advance to order by 11:30.
Thurs. Dec. 6 Salisbury Steak, baked potato, wheat roll & honeydew; Fri, Dec. 7, Beef & veggie stew over egg noodles, tossed salad w/broccoli, applesauce; Mon. Dec. 10 pork chili Verde, refried beans, tortilla & tropical fruit; Tues, Dec. 11 Mac & Cheese, Calif. mixed veggies, pineapple bits, & chocolate pudding;Wed. Dec. 12, cheeseburger, port & beans & sliced apples; Thurs, Dec. 13 Beef stroganoff,peas & carrots, sourdough bread & cantaloupe; Fri, Dec.14, Chicken Thigh in Mushroom sauce, veggie medley, wheat bread & diced peaches.
Many thanks to all of those who have volunteered, this past year. It means a so much to Center.

Have a wonder Holiday and remember the Sierra Senior and Community Center. The center will be closed Dec. 31 & Jan. 1.  We want you to be a part of this center. Do you know who's Santa favorite coffee drinkers are?  Dasher and Dancer, because they are his star bucks!
The center is collecting Turkey bucks.  


Library Corner....Books of the Month! For Info contact our Librarian, Linda Reavely

  • Crusade of Eagles by William Johnstone
  • Dance of the Gods by Nora Roberts
  • Going Home by Nora Roberts
  • Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill
  • Murder at Wrightsville Beach by Ellen Elizabeth Hunter