Start living a healthier lifestyle with HELPS! This medically directed, professionally supervised chronic disease prevention program is designed to develop a healthy and active lifestyle for people of all ages - utilizing exercise and education programs. The HELPS program staff are able to offer health and fitness assessments, monitored exercise sessions, nutritional analysis and consultations, […]Find out more »
Enjoy the mental and physical exercise of the steps and styles of Square Dance while learning the dynamics of the Square and working together as a group. Participants 10 years old through Adult are welcome to join! The class meets every Wednesday from 9:30-11:30am and are $5 each per student. For more information, call 336-659-4305. […]Find out more »
Meetings of the Winston Salem Mayor's Council for Persons with Disabilities are open to everyone. Come learn about and discuss issues impacting people living with a wide array of disabilities in the Winston Salem community.Find out more »
Networking and lunch begin at 11:45. Formal meeting runs from Noon to 1:00PM. Lunch is $10 for guests. Our monthly meetings feature a 20 minute speaker (generally not a HIPSS member) and two 2 minute speakers (generally HIPSS members). If you would like to attend a HIPSS meeting as a visitor, please RSVP for lunch […]Find out more »
Caregiver support group meets on: Wednesdays from 11:00am - 12:30pm Fridays from 12:00pm - 2:00pm at the Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center, 231 Melrose Street. The group is facilitated by Sharon Welborn, Senior Services’ vice president of Adult Day Services. For information about joining a support group at Senior Services’ Williams Center, call […]Find out more »
Do you love fun with a challenge? Join us for a weekly recreational bridge game on Wednesdays from 12-3pm! Whether you are looking for more practice or an enjoyable, free way to spend an afternoon, we would love for you to come! Please call 336-659-4305 to reserve a spot at a table! Adults 18 years […]Find out more »
When penniless clerk Monty Navarro’s mother passes away, he learns that he’s a distant heir to the D’Ysquith banking family fortune. Accidentally at first, and then more intentionally, he begins to speed up the line of succession by bumping off the eight inconvenient relatives - in a most gentlemanly manner, of course. One actor playing […]Find out more »
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