SeniorsPlus programming scheduled for December

LEWISTON –SeniorsPlus has announced its Education Center class schedule for December.
Cllasses are held at 8 Falcon Road and are free, unless otherwise noted. Some of those on the December schedule include:
The Traveling Hanukkah Show, from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Dec. 10, with presenter Alice Hornstein. Those interested in learning more about Hanukkah will get a chance to light the menorah, sing some traditional Jewish songs, spin the dreidel, and hearl the story behind the holiday, including who King Antiochus and the Maccabees are. Potato latkes will be served and Hornstein will also be available to answer some basic questions about Judaism in a lighthearted, fun way to learn about the holiday.
Understanding Cognitive Loss & Dementia, 1:30 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec 17, with instructor Angela Moore, of Beacon Hospice. Moore will discuss dementia and memory loss, including how to identify dementia, how to learn to live with some memory loss, as well as how to approach friends and family who have memory loss. There will also be discussion on what is the difference between being “a little forgetful” versus having dementia.
Game Day at SeniorsPlus, 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18. An afternoon full of fun, socialization and popcorn. Participants may bring their favorite game to share with others, and all are welcome.
Registration is now open for Living Well with Diabetes, will be held Thursday from may 7 to June 11, from 2 to 4 p.m. and is for anyone who’s diabetic, pre-diabetic, or supporting someone who is. The classes will feature people in the community and and participants will gain tools to better manage symptoms and live life to its fullest. All who complete the workshop will get a $20 gift card to Hannaford or Walmart. To register, visit or call SeniorsPlus.
There are also a variety of craft, excersize and other classes scheduled throughout December. Visit or call 207-795-4010 or 1-800-427-1241 for more information about SeniorsPlus activities.
SeniorsPlus, which is the Western Maine Agency on Aging, is fully accessible. Hearing assistive equipment is available upon request. For more information about the cost for programs, registration and other questions, call .