March Community Center Events

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NEW DINING PROGRAM AT THE BUFFALO COMMUNITY CENTER!

Beginning in March the Buffalo Community Center will be offering a new congregate dining program! In partnership with some of our local restaurants and the Buffalo Lions Club, we will once again be serving a noon meal. Monthly menus will be available at the Buffalo Community Center or visit our website at https://www.ci.buffalo.mn.us/community-center-2/ . There will be a $5.00 non-refundable cost per meal. Diners must sign up 2 days in advance to reserve a meal and we will not accept last minute cancellations. If you cannot make it to the Community Center on a day you have signed up to dine, your meal will be held for you; you can pay for it when you come in to pick it up. You will be charged for your meal regardless of whether or not you come in to eat.

 

The Buffalo Community Center would like to thank the following participants:  BHM Schools, Wild Marsh Golf Club, Loaf and Ladle, and Buffalo American Legion Post 270 for providing our meals; a very special Thank You goes to the Buffalo Lions Club for donating funds to purchase some much needed kitchen equipment. Please support the above organizations and the Buffalo Community Center and try out our new dining program! You can stop in at 206 Central Ave or contact us at 763-682-6036 to reserve a meal or for any questions you may have regarding the program. Thank you!

 

 

FARE FOR ALL – March 10, 2020

Fare for All is a great way to save money on quality, nutritious food every month! Fresh fruits, vegetables, and frozen meats in bulk are available at up to 40% off grocery prices. Every month Fare for All offers a Produce Pack (15 lbs of seasonal fruits and vegetables) for $10.00, a Mini Meat Pack (4 frozen meat items) for $11.00, a Combo Pack (Produce Pack plus Mini Meat Pack) for $20.00 and a Mega Meat Pack (8-9 frozen meat items) for $25.00. A monthly “hot buy” is also available and changes month to month; the March hot buy is a brunch box containing the following items:  Smithfield boneless sliced ham (2-3 lbs); Smokey Farms sausage patties (27 oz); Kodiak pancakes (Maple Brown Sugar); (2) Wright thick cut pork bacon (1.5 lb); turkey breakfast links (1 lb); Butterball turkey breakfast sausage (1 lb); hashbrowns (2 lbs); shredded cheddar cheese (1 lb); (frozen) tri-color pepper mix (14 oz); (frozen) spinach (10 oz); limit one box per household. Cost of the brunch box is $30.00. Items may be ordered in advance (cash only at time of order) at the Community Center until March 3rd for pickup on March 10th (at the Community Center) from 4-5 pm. Items may also be purchased at Zion Lutheran Church on March 10th from 4-6 pm with no advance order. For more information please contact the community center at 763-682-6036.

HearingLife Clinic; March 9th; 1:00-2:30 p.m. 

HearingLife will be presenting education about how our hearing health affects everyday living including socializing, depression, mental fatigue, reduced cognitive capacity and dementia. Participants will receive a free hearing evaluation (to be performed at the HearingLife office) as well as grab bags the day of the presentation. This presentation is free but advance registration is required; please call 763-682-6036 to reserve your spot.

St. Patrick’s Day Party; March 17th; 1:00 p.m.

Come and celebrate St. Patty’s day with us!

Neil Diamond; March 19th; 2:00 p.m.

Impersonator Todd Anderson is back by popular demand, this time performing Neil Diamond’s greatest hits! Come and join the fun!

Community Breakfast; March 14th, 8:30-10:00 a.m.

Sponsored by Zion Lutheran Church.

Massage Therapy; March 25th; 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Kathleen Brannan Merritt from Whole Body Oasis will be here to offer free massages! Kathleen is a recent graduate of NW Health Sciences University and owns her own massage studio (Whole Body Oasis LLC). Space is limited so you must pre-register; call 763-682-6036 to reserve your free massage!

Weaves of Love; 1st and 3rd Thursday 

This is a group of individuals making mats out of plastic bags to be given to those who need them. This is a great way to help someone and keep waste out of our landfill!

Computer Help; Computer/Internet Help for Seniors

Computer help is available upon request; please contact us at 763-682-6036 to schedule an appointment.

 Fidget Quilts;  Second & Fourth Wednesday Mornings @ 9:30 a.m.

We are looking for people who like to sew to help us create Fidget Quilts. A Fidget Quilt is a small lap quilt that incorporates items that might stimulate the senses of dementia patients. Please join us on the second and fourth Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. Work can be done both at home as well as at the meeting times. Bring your scissors, notions and material and we’ll share our bounty and give input to each other.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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