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September/October 2016 Program Guide
Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with community events at the Niles Senior Center. For more information on all of our upcoming programs and events, click here to view our Program Guide.
Small Electronics Recycling Information
The Public Services Department has teamed up with Avenues To Independence, an non-profit agency that has supported adults with intellectual, physical and developmental disabilities since 1953. The Public Services Department is now a recycling drop-off for small electronics, such as cell phones, cameras, laptops, MP3 players, etc. There is now a blue bin in our lobby where residents can bring these types of items for recycling. Televisions cannot be dropped off at Public Services. For more information on what this recycling program and a list of items that will be accepted, please click here.
The Telephone Reassurance Program provides a daily safety check phone call to an older adult or adult with disabilities to offer a sense of security and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness. Read on...
The Niles Senior Center is excited to announce that membership to the NSC is now open to non-residents of Niles. Come join us! Read on...
Mon Oct. 10Afternoon with the Stars: Starring Luke Lucky Vocalist Luke Lucky will present an all-ages Columbus Day show with memorable songs from decades past and present. Children are welcome! Price includes lunch of grilled chicken, mac and cheese, salad, beverage, and dessert.
Fri Oct. 14An Evening with the Stars: Hispanic Heritage Month Community Celebration Starring The Victor Garcia Latin Quartet The NSC and the Village of Niles are pleased to present our first Hispanic Heritage Month Community Celebration featuring the Victor Garcia Latin Quartet. Led by renowned trumpeter Victor Garcia, this dance party will feature music from Puerto Rico, Cuba, and other Central American and Carribean Latin American countries. Victor Garcia is a celebrated artist who has played with the likes of Tito Pente Jr., Branford Marsalis, rock artist Spoon and R&…
Tue Nov. 1American Indian Heritage Month Celebration: Sacagawea Adventures with Lewis & Clark Sacagawea adventured with Lewis and Clark to explore the Louisiana Territory in the early 1800’s. The Corp of Discovery commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson was asked to explore the vast territory as the United States of America expanded from sea to shining sea. Accompanying the men was one young Native American girl that no one really knew, today there are more statues honoring her than any other woman born on American soil. Join us to find out from the time traveling character Sacagawea…
"A Matter of Balance" Program at the Niles Senior CenterA Matter of Balance is an award-winning program designed to improve fall awareness and to increase general activity levels. This program also emphasizes practical strategies to lessen the risk of falling.Classes are held once a week for eight weeks on Thursdays, Sept 8 - Oct 27.
"Take Charge of Your Health" is an evidence-based health program for adults and their caregivers.
Join us for this weekly workshop led by certified facilitators. This program will be held from Wednesday, October 5 through November 9, 2016.
For more information, click here.
Membership for Non-Residents is Now Available!Come Join the Fun!(Click the box above for a Membership Registration Form!