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** Drumming Demonstration by Drums with Phyllis Heeney - February 20th at 1:30 CEC** Phyllis will be showing us some of the drums she makes and then explain the process of making them, with photos of this unique talent. Then we can sing and play. There will be drums available for everyone to join in and we will sing some old familiar songs accompanying them with the drums. Songs like "She'll be coming round the mountain, and "Oh when the saints", etc. No song sheets required! Come on out and join us for this wonderful demonstration and sing along. Please remember that we will be accepting donations for the food bank at this event.
 
 
We received this information on the Aquatherapy program running at the Deep River Community Pool from Sarah Hosbons, Senior Pool Supervisor, Town of Deep River, 613-584-2000 ext. 181. If anyone has any questions, they can contact Sarah at the pool.
The many benefits of AquaTherapy include improved balance and coordination, improved muscle circulation and strength, increased joint flexibility, and enhanced aerobic capacity. This program is useful for a variety of medical conditions and rehabilitation from injuries and/or surgeries. Participants who bring a personal support worker or a family member to assist who has swimming knowledge is welcome at no additional
cost. If assistance is required, please see the pool supervisor so that an instructor can be assigned to you. An additional fee will apply. Thursdays Jan. 9-March 12 9:30-10:15 a.m. 10 weeks, $104.30 HST incl.
 
Best regards,
Ann Serdula
Membership Coordinator
Seniors Friendship Club
 
 
SNOWSHOEING ON WEDNESDAYS beginning on  JAN 8.
Our first SS of 2020 will take place Wed (8th) at 130 PM starting from Balmer Bay chalet. It will be about 1 hr. Please share.
 
 
More cleats have arrived, so if you didn't get yours yet, now is your chance!
 

Winter is coming, and keeping seniors active and safe is our goal. ‘Ice Cleats’ are used by outdoor workers in several Ontario counties. The SFC has found a supplier, purchased a quantity, and will be selling them at a reduced price to members. Ice Cleats are easy to put on boots which have a step at the heel (but may not work for tennis-shoe soles). An adjustable elastic strap rotates the pad to the top of footwear for indoor wear or while driving. The rubber pad contains 5 tungsten carbide studs, pad is 44 mm by 77 mm (1.75 by 3 inches); thickness is 8 mm (0.3 inches). Price for SFC members is $25.

 

 

 
 

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