Join us from June 1st to June 15th as we take to sidewalks, park paths, and hiking trails in support of our continued programs here at the Center. Members and friends of the Center are encouraged to register today and commit to walking in your own neighborhood or at suggested locations.
Registration is $30 per person and includes a registration packet of fun items.
If you want to form a team of friends or coworkers to walk together in support of the Center, click below to create a customizable web page which you can share on social media and by email. Let us know if you would like help creating your customized page.
You may also make a If you are interested in supporting us as a sponsor, or making a donation, you may use this form as well.
Teens Teach Technology Series
Class 1 (Social Media apps: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook): Click Here to watch
Class 2 (Part 1 – Food apps: DoorDash, Uber Eats; Education apps: Duolingo): Click Here to watch
Class 2 (Part 2 – Education apps cont’d: News, Amazon Kindle): Click Here to watch
Class 3 (Part 1 – Music apps: Spotify, Apple Music; Video apps: YouTube, Netflix): Click Here to watch
Class 3 (Part 2 – Video apps cont’d: Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney+; Fun apps: Color Therapy, Sandbox, Candy Crush, Sudoku, Board Games): Click Here to watch
Explore your Inner Artist
The therapeutic value of drawing and coloring comes from the need to concentrate. Immerse yourself and ‘forget’ your troubles whilst in the midst of a coloring activity. Everyone needs a break from reality sometimes.
Click Here to draw animals from numbers and let your inner child out to play!
Baking to Distract Yourself
Games to Entertain You
The Internet is an entertaining place. Aside from communicating with friends and family as well as acting as one giant encyclopedia, the Internet also provides a plethora of fun, in particular, senior online games. There are tons of these games for seniors available, ranging from those that sharpen your cognitive skills to those that are simply an easy and enjoyable way to pass the time.
Click Here for some of the best games already picked out for you!
Meditation to Soothe the Mind
Mindful meditation has many potential physical and psychological benefits for older adults, including better focus, enhanced calmness, less stress, and improved sleep. Research shows that mindfulness and meditation can reduce depression and pain, and boost emotional well-being.
Click here to try a Rainbow Meditation in under 8 minutes. There are also many guided meditation apps you can use.
Twelve of the world’s most famous museums are offering free virtual tours during the pandemic. Experience the best museums from London to Seoul in the comfort of your own home.
Click here to get a little culture and education while you’re confined to your home.
Reading to Occupy your Mind
Use Nassau Digital Doorway to connect to OverDrive to browse and select from thousands of book titles — including current best sellers and old classics — in both audio and e-book formats. Download up to five titles at once to your computer and enjoy them on your PC/Mac, a wide selection of portable devices, or burn them directly onto a CD (when permitted by the publisher). All titles return themselves automatically — no late fines!
Click here for the Oyster Bay-East Norwich Library, or visit your own library’s website for information.
Back to School
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a website that could teach you skills normally reserved for higher education, without the costs and obstacles of actually setting foot on a campus? One of the best websites for that is Coursera.org. Coursera has partnered with top universities and educational organizations across the U.S. and beyond to make learning available through the Internet via ‘massively-open online courses’ (M.O.O.C.s). They offer courses in a wide array of subjects, and many courses are free.
Click Here to read more about how it all works before getting started!
Fill your craving for world travels without even leaving your chair — by traversing the globe via Google Maps. Most of us know Google Maps as a handy tool for getting from one place to the next. The street-view feature allows you to visualize your destination so you know exactly where you’re going. But Google Maps can also be used to transport yourself to somewhere beautiful and far away, just by doing a search and some virtual exploring.
Click Here to explore destinations like the Grand Canyon and Mt. Fuji, or find your own house in street view!