Social Senior Events at the YMCA of Greater Waukesha County
Waukesha Social Seniors Club
Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month September through May.
Pot luck brunch from 9:00-9:30 AM in the lower level Conference Room.
Program begins at 9:30 AM. Bring a dish/snack to pass, beverages provided. No RSVP necessary.
Call Robyn Pearce with any questions at 262-409-2967.
Social Senior events at the Waukesha YMCA will return in the Fall!
Mukwonago Social Seniors Club
Y Senior Social events help foster a healthy lifestyle for our seniors. Meet new people and listen to speakers from our community share information on special topics of interest. Senior Socials occur in the Gym on Court 2. Join us starting at 10:15 AM for social time. Speakers will begin around 10:30 AM. Feel free to bring a healthy snack to share and please sign up at the front desk to reserve your spot.
Questions contact Nicki Kolinski at 262-363-7950.
Wednesday, May 25
Catching skin cancer early is the key to successful treatment. Know what to watch for when checking your skin.
Presented by Carol Spaeth-Bauer, Y Staff Member
Senior Field Trips
Think Spring and think it is time to get out and get moving! Breathe the fresh Spring air. Feel the warm sun on your face. We have several opportunities for you to do just that! Get out, get moving and experience something new!
Pick Ups will be made at the Mukwonago YMCA, Southwest YMCA, and West Suburban YMCA.
Difficult Rating for All Trips:
- 1 = easy as pie
- 2 = two stops with a little bit of walking
- 3 = four stops with a bit more walking and some standing required
- 4 = more walking than most trips only because you have the option of shopping!
ANDERSON JAPANES GARDENS, ROCKFORD, IL
Friday, June 10
Relax...Listen...and view the magnificent surroundings. Both calming and exuberant, the gardens exude an incredible regenerative energy. Experience the peace, grace and energy for which Japanese Gardens are known. After lunch enjoy a quick stop at Chocolat By Daniel before our tour at the Coronado Performing Arts Center. Built in 1927 as an atmospheric theatre and movie palace, complete with Spanish castles, Italian villas, oriental dragons, starlit skies and a Grande Barton Pipe Organ; the Coronado has played host to legends including the Marx Brothers, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Bob Hope and Gypsy Rose Lee!
** Be sure to dress comfortably and wear your walking shoes! The gardens have varying levels, but do have accessible paths.
Depart Southwest 8:15 / return 5:45
Depart Mukwonago 8:30 / return 5:30
Registration closes May 27th
Cost is $68 per person
Hold 2016 Dates For:
August 6: Madison Farmers Market & Other Surprises
October 12: "Million Dollar Quartet" at the Fireside
November 9: "Singing in the Rain" at Marriott Lincolnshire