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 Lifelong Learning Programs

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Oral Appliance Therapy;

A New Easy way to treat

Obstructive Sleep Apnea 


Wednesday, June 7th

12:00-1:00 pm


Presenter:  Dr. Jeffrey Cahn, DMD


Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a dangerous condition that can lead to  excessive daytime drowsiness and an increased risk of heart attacks, strokes and vascular disease. 


Traditionally, Apnea has been treated with the uncomfortable CPAP mask. Oral  appliance therapy is a very comfortable and effective therapy and is fully approved and endorsed by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. 


Dr. Cahn has been fabricating these appliances for over 27 years.


Register at:

or call 203-977-5151

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Once a  month, share a cup of coffee

 with our Director and have lively discussion on a different topic each month.


Friday, June 16th

 10:00 am in the Cafe


Register on or call 203-977-5151


SLN Programs for May 2023

All times are 2 pm EST 

The programs below are in person live streamed

 at the Senior Center

(we have 5 spaces available for those who cannot attend in person)



Tues., June 6 : Homestead National Historic Park: “Homesteading, Women’s Suffrage, and The Wizard of Oz”

This presentation explores the women’s suffrage and homesteading themes in Frank L. Baum’s, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  The program highlights the ways those themes remain prominent in retellings of the classic tale. It uses brief vocal music elements to demonstrate the many interpretations of this American fairytale; including, songs from the 1939 Judy Garland film: The Wizard of Oz. Homesteading, Women’s Suffrage, and the Wizard of Oz, is an engaging program that explores the experiences that helped Baum shape his iconic story. 


Tuesday, June 13th: Return to the Elephant Sanctuary!

Since 1995, The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee has provided elephants retired from performance and exhibition with a safe refuge and the companionship of other elephants. The facility has grown from 110 acres to 3,060 acres and has provided sanctuary to 29 elephants, making it North America's largest natural habitat refuge for captive elephants.

 We are excited to return to the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee to see what is new, and also learn about their newest residents!


Cherry Blossoms: Japanese Custom of “ Flower Viewing”

What is it about cherry trees, or Sakura, that makes them so beloved? During this interactive webinar, we will explore Hanami, the traditional Japanese custom of “flower viewing.” Through paintings, woodblock prints, and other art forms, we will discover Japanese symbols, values, and traditions associated with blooming cherry trees. 


Tuesday June 27: North to Alaska!

On January 3, 1959, President Eisenhower signed a special proclamation admitting the territory of Alaska into the Union as the 49th and largest state.

Join us as we take a virtual trip to Alaska, via the Alaska Public Lands
Information Center representing natural, historical, and cultural features throughout the state. Wandering among the exhibits, visitors get a mini tour of Alaska.

We look forward to learning all about this vast state of Alaska, “The Last Frontier”

 These programs are streamed  at the Senior Center or you can log into zoom from home to watch.

Please register ahead on or

by calling the Center at 203-977-5151.

Open Technology Session

Wednesdays 1 to 2:30pm at the center


 Having problems with Zoom or any other computer, tablet or  smart phone issues? 

You are not alone!


Our Amazing Technology Team is here

to help answer all your questions.


  Please let us know what other topics you would like to learn .


 Email us

and let us know, or better yet, hop

onto the Open Tech session and speak with

Stu, Peter or Rouja about your ideas.

Smartphone Calendars & Contacts with Peter

Wednesday, June 14th 1 to 2 pm


Learn the basics of contacts and calendars - entering new information, display order, picking important/favorite contacts, sharing data, searching your data, inviting others for an event, default settings, day/week/month view, using multiple calendars, adding repetitive events, birthday notifications,  and synchronization between devices.


Register for classes on myactivecenter or

call us at 203-977-5151


Conversational Spanish 

with Rene





Join this fun group and learn the basics of Spanish and perfect your pronunciation and vocabulary.


Register on myactivecenter or by

calling the center at 203-977-5151


English as a Second Language

Beginners Level with Daina

Monday's 12:00 - 1:00 pm

(Starting May 18th)

Intermediate Level with Andrea

Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 pm

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