Medfield COA

The Center at Medfield



The Center will be closed Monday, Oct.10 in observance of Columbus Day.

From the Desk of Sarah Hanafin, Volunteer Coordinator

The cooler weather is approaching, and the leaves will start to fall. This makes me think that a new season of Tax Work-Off will be right around the corner. This program is very helpful to so many town departments and for the person who is volunteering. When you volunteer for the required number of hours, you will receive close to $1000.00 off of your real estate tax bill. Information on when the applications for this program will be available will be in the October newsletter! 

Sarah Hanifan

From the Desk of Susan Longmoore, Outreach Coordinator

I am happy to join The Center at Medfield as the new Outreach Coordinator. I am learning the ropes and meeting new people each day. I am excited to be part of The Center and enjoy seeing the engaging programs and the daily activities that are offered. I hope to provide valuable resources and information to seniors in Medfield. I look forward to meeting each of you and hearing your thoughts.  

Susan Longmoore

Medfield Public Nurse

Brenda Healy Brenda has been a registered nurse graduating from the Peter Bent Brigham School of Nursing in 1984. She is an active member of the school’s alumni board. She has many years of ICU nursing in multiple hospitals in MA including Norwood Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Melrose Wakefield Hospital and Mount Auburn Hospital. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Walden University and working on her project of improving vaccination rates in the senior population. The past 18 months she has completed an internship with the Walpole Board of Health and fell in love with public health nursing. She looks forward and is excited to work with the community of Medfield and meeting members of the Center. Brenda will be at the Center on Wednesdays to meet with you individually for any concerns you may have. Call the Center for an individual appointment with Brenda.     

Indian Princess Cruise & Lunch

Join us on Thursday, October 13, leaving the Center at 9 a.m. for a delightful fall foliage trip to Indian Ranch. We will board the Indian Princess for a narrated cruise. The Princess is a modern day replica of the grand riverboats that plied the Mississippi River in the late 15th century We will then visit Samuel Slater’s Restaurant over looking Lake Webster for a delicious lunch with your choice of Baked Cod, Tuscan Steak Tips or Chicken Piccata. Stop into the Center for a flyer and to sign up. Cost of this trip is $99 with a return to Medfield at approximately 5:30 p.m. 

Bob Hope's USO Style Show

A first time for the Center to travel to Connecticut’s Aqua Turf Club for a delicious luncheon and entertainment. We leave the center at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, November 15. Upon arrival we start with a welcome reception followed by a delicious family-style lunch. Then we sit back and enjoy entertainment by Bill Johnson as his performance brings Bob Hope’s humor and entertainment alive. He may have a few surprise guest entertainers as well. Cost of this trip is $99 with a return to Medfield at approximately 5:30 p.m. 


Monthly Fox Tour Day Trips - Click Each Link for Details (Flyers available at The Center)

Beginner Ukuele

The Center will be offering an 8 week Beginner II Ukulele program. This program will be offered weekly on Thursdays from 2-3 PM. Proposed dates as follows: 9/8, 9/15, 9/22, (OFF 9/29 and 10/6), 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Continue your musical journey through this 8 week Intermediate Ukulele Program. This program requires your own SOPRANO, CONCERT-size, or TENOR ukulele (with GCEA tuning). We will review the chords of C, Am, F, G, Dm, G7, Am7, D, and C7 and the basic rhythms, strum patterns, and songs covered during Beginner I, including SINGLE, DOUBLE, ROCK, AND TRAIN strum patterns. This is an opportunity to continue to develop new ukulele skills as well as practice songs of increasing challenge and complexity. Prerequisite of Beginner I Ukulele is highly recommended, but anyone with prior ukulele experience who has some familiarity with the chords and strum patterns listed is welcome to join. 

Watercolor Class

Nan Rumpf returns with a fall Watercolor Class beginning Friday, October 7 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 6 sessions/$60 

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