b's e n i o r62+ Club:the 62+ club is an activity group where seniors can get together and socialize while enjoying a Activities variety of different activities, offered 4-5 times a week, year-round in addition to what we offer in & Programming our seasonal brochures. this club is a great way to explore the area and make new friends while staying active. Activities include local fairs, theater trips, concerts, museum visits, shopping trips, bowling, local walking trails, themed luncheons, guest speakers, holiday parties, arts and crafts, boat rides, and much more. Participants are able to drive to most of our activities or we can pick up residents right at home with one of our mini buses. registrations for activities take place monthly. if you have any questions, or would like to be added to our monthly mailing list, please call 808-5445 or email meg at mcm@portlandmaine.gov and we will be happy to assist you. Southern Maine Agency on Aging June Cheese and Dairy CelebrationCommunity Cafe Luncheons Join us for a road trip to the beautiful, scenic woodstock, the southern maine Agency on Aging hosts a monthly lun- vermont! we will be traveling in a motorcoach bus for the ap-cheon for senior citizens. the cost for lunch is $6, and the menuproximate three-hour ride to billings farm and museum. June varies each month. these lunches provide a great atmosphereis dairy month! celebrate vermonts distinctive dairy heritage for people to enjoy a delicious meal, meet new friends and en- during this event. sample delicious dairy products. engaging joy an afternoon of conversation. occasionally, we have guestculinary programs include: making cheese, ice cream, and but-speakers from the community providing information on variouster, goat soap making demonstrations and additional activities! topics and services related to leading a healthy, happy lifestyle.you will have time to explore and enjoy the event independent-dates: April 2, may 21 ly as well as the museum on site, so please be prepared to be on your feet for several hours of the day. After the event, we will time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pmstop at a restaurant for a late lunch. make sure to bring snacks ages: 62+ years oldwith you for the ride.location: south Portland community centerdates: saturday, June 22instructor: recreation staff & s.m.A.A.time: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm (times are approximate) What should i bring? Please bring a water bottle or any otherages: 62+ years old items you will need for the afternoon.location: we will depart from the marginal way Park and ride. fee: $6.00 (transportation is available for residents at an ad- instructor: recreation staff ditional $5.00 per person)What should i bring? Please bring any medications or items min/max: 10/30you will need for the day, including a water bottle and cash for fmi: meg 808-5400 ext. 5445 or mcm@portlandmaine.govthe drivers gratuity. lunch: the cost for lunch is not included in the price. fee: $75 non-resident: $80 min/max: 28/41 fmi: meg 808-5445 or mcm@portlandmaine.gov 20 P o r t l a n d r e c r e a t i o n P r o g r a m g u i d e'