Schedule of Programs - Lehigh Valley Active Life

“Formerly Lehigh County Senior Center”
May ~ August 2015
Schedule of Programs and Classes
. Creative . Educational . Fitness . Recreational Activities
. Day and Overnight Trips . Volunteer Opportunities . Events
EXERCISE YOUR CREATIVITY
Acrylic Art & Arts & Crafts & Basket Making
MASTER YOUR DESIGN
Quilting & Sewing & Aging Mastery Program
FUEL YOUR HAPPINESS
Lunch, Movies & Ice Cream, Singles Club
POSITIVE CHANGE
Knitting & Crocheting & S.A.G.E.
STRONG VIBRANT LIFE
Yoga & Strength Training & Piloxing
COORDINATION
Tap Dance & Line Dance & Pickelball & Latin Dance
FIND BALANCE & HEALING
Chi Kung & Tai Chi
BUILDING FRIENDSHIPS
Cards & Games & Bingo & Bridge & Pinochle & Hearts
CREATE YOUR TALANT
Choir, Orchestra & Jazz & Salsa
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Information
Lehigh Valley Active Life
1633 West Elm Street, Allentown, PA 18102
Phone: 610-437-3700 . Fax: 610-437-6252
www.LVActiveLife.org
www.LehighSeniors.org
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Table of Contents
Information
Acting
Elm St Luncheonette
Computers
Creative Arts
Dance
Fitness
Health
Games & Cards
Autumn Adventure
Movies at Noon
Broadway Musicals
Trips
Performance Showcase
Philadelphia Orchestra
Bountiful Bingo
Picnic
Golf League
Groups
History
Karaoke
Ice Cream Socials
Latin Salsa Dance
Membership Form
Legacy
Member Memorial
Music
Pickleball
Recreation
Spirituality
Spanish
Support the Troops
Bingo
Meet the Instructors
Index
Spelling Bee
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Lehigh County Senior Citizens, Inc., DBA Lehigh
Valley Active Life (formerly known as Lehigh County Senior Center), is a private, non-profit, charitable
organization. It is a member agency of the United Way
of the Greater Lehigh Valley. LV Active Life and our
programs are funded, in part, by the County of Lehigh,
the City of Allentown, the townships of Hanover (in
Lehigh County), Salisbury, South Whitehall, Lower
Macungie, Upper Macungie, Upper Milford, Upper
Saucon, Whitehall, Borough of Slatington, Harry C.
Trexler Trust, The Century Fund, The Charles H. Hoch
Foundation, and other local foundations, and LV Active
Life members.
REGISTRATION POLICY
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ
Use Two Enclosed Forms to Register!
It is our policy that all participants registering for
classes should use the two attendee registration forms
that are enclosed in their newsletter. This gives us vital
information in case of incident or emergency. This also
helps us apply for additional funding.
Register seven to ten days before the class
begins! Please pay close attention to the dates on
each class registration form. Registration for classes
should be made EARLY to eliminate the possibility of
cancelled classes. When there is low class enrollment,
the class may be cancelled or the class fee could be
reassessed. Thank you.
TRIP POLICY
LEHIGH VALLEY ACTIVE LIFE TRIP POLICY
PLEASE READ BEFORE YOUR REGISTER
Trips are filled first come, first served. Please bring
your photo ID on all trips! Everyone is welcome, members or nonmembers. All trips will be leaving from Calvary Temple, 3436 Winchester Rd, Allentown, PA Directions: North on Cedar Crest Blvd. Make first left before shopping center, Winchester Road. Continue on
Winchester Road and at Calvary Temple turn left. Make
first right, park behind white building on left. Church
facilities are not available! Refund Policy: If you need
to cancel a trip, money will only be refunded if a
replacement is found by you or by the Center. Prices subject to fuel charge. One day trips need to be paid
in full at registration. Overnight trips 1/2 paid at registration, remainder 1/2 balance payment later. Trip insurance is encouraged for overnight trips.
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Information
LOCATIONS OF CLASSES
EMAIL LIST ~ WIFI ACCESS
Jordan Lutheran Church (Orefield)
5103 Snowdrift Road, Orefield
(Turn off of Rt 309, North of Rt 22)
You can have the Program Schedule and current information emailed to you!! Please email Rick or click on
“joint our email list” and you will be put on the Lehigh
Valley Active Life email list: [email protected]
Lehigh Valley Active Life (Elm St)
1633 West Elm Street, Allentown, PA 18102
WIFI: Access the Internet on your laptop with our wifi
connection. Please ask a staff member for the password.
Mosser Village Family Center
614 Carlisle St, Allentown
ANNUAL HOLIDAY CLOSINGS 2015
Muhlenberg College
22 North 20th Street, Allentown
Rodale Aquatic Center
Cedar Crest College
IF YOU SUSPECT MEDICARD FRAUD
CALL C.A.R.I.E.——CENTER FOR ADVOCACY FOR THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF THE ELDERLY
1-800-356-3606 TO SPEAK TO A
REPRESENTATIVE
May 25—Memorial Day
July 4—Independence Day
September 7—Labor Day
November 26, 27—Thanksgiving
December 25—Christmas
Check WFMZ TV Channel 69 or WFMZ.com/
closings for weather related closings or delays.
Lehigh Valley Active Life
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
available online: www.LVActiveLife.org
Become a member today and save
money on programs and classes.
The Program Schedule is published three times a year
by Lehigh Valley Active Life, and is mailed as a service
to its members and advertisers.
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LIFESTYLES DIRECTORY is FREE
MEMBERSHIP DUES
It is a great resource of area businesses!
Pick up your copy here at LV Active Life!
One Member
$20 per year
Household Discount
$20 per year, $15 second member per year
Lifetime Membership
Is still just $150.00
25% discount when new members pay for first
class.
LOW INCOME ~ Class Pricing
Lower Price If:
$23,500 annual income for individuals
$31,500 annual income for couples
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LOST AND FOUND
LOCATED AT THE LOBBY FRONT DESK. PLEASE
RETURN ANYTHING YOU FIND THERE! A RECEPTIONIST OR STAFF MEMBER WILL BE HAPPY TO
HELP YOU!
2-1-1: United Way phone number connects
you with information on a broad range of
health and human services.
Toll-free 1-855-501-6785.
ADVOCATE: If you need an advocate, some-
one who will help fight for you, call Vanessa Miller,
LSW of CARIE at 1-800-356-3606, ext. 3036.
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Information
Elm St Luncheonette
FOOD BANK
Distribution will be for those who have qualified
through the food bank. Need help? Dial 2-1-1.
Elm St (Trexler Room), 3rd Wednesday, 10:00 am
ELM STREET LUNCHEONETTE
Delicious Varied New Menu Daily
$5.85 each-people 59 and under
HOT LUNCH SUGGESTED
CONTRIBUTION-$2.50
for
Seniors 60 and over
CANDADATES DAY
Tuesday, May 12, 10:00-2:00 p.m.
$2.50 suggested donation
seniors 60 & over
PRIMARY ELECTION-May 19, 2015
APPRISE
Sponsored by the Lehigh County Area Agency on
Aging. Receive FREE Medicare counseling and
answers to concerns or questions. For a FREE
appointment call 610-437-3700.
Elm St (108), Every Wednesday & Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. FREE
Lunch is served Monday-Friday at
11:30 a.m., and here is what our customers say:
“MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS TODAY!”
“JOIN US FOR A FRIENDLY LUNCH!”
SPONSORED BY
BENEFITS CHECKUP
There may be a federal, state or local program
that could help you. FAST—FREE—
CONFIDENTIAL The local number to schedule a
Benefits CheckUp evaluation is: 610-821-8722
Acting
LEHIGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT
OF AGING AND ADULT SERVICES
610-437-3700
Elm St (Trexler Room)
Monday-Friday; 11:30 a.m.
ACTING -Techniques, tools, character and scene development, the Method System, and staged
examples. Developing a monologue. Each attendee will develop a movie monologue and present it to the class. Led by Al Skeath
Elm Street (Room 102) 2 Thursdays
$12 Members; $24 Nonmembers
May 7 and 14, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
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Computers
COMPUTER PROBLEMS?
RAMMIS
Information Technology
Solutions and Support
Office Direct (610) 865-1970
Cell
(610) 704-2880
Business & Personal Installation,
Break/Fix, Tutoring
Richard A. Mannix
INTRO TO COMPUTERS I & II-Elm St.
Intro to Windows 7 & 8
This course provides the student with an idea of
the content of our “Introduction to Computers”
course. The information is drawn from “Help &
Support” functions of the Microsoft environment,
utilizing specific examples, handouts, hands-on
experiences, and instructor in-debth knowledge.
Areas stressed are computer security, personalization, working with photographs, maintaining libraries of information, and general care & feeding
of your computer. Instructors: Richard Mannix and
Andy Konnick
$30 Members; $60 Nonmembers
Price for each 6 class course session
$40 Members; $80 Nonmembers
Price for each 8 class course session
BSBA, Realtor, ABR
Rammis Technical
Solutions, LLC
COMPUTER MAINTENANCE
Computers
GENEALOGY– FIND OUT WHO YOU
ARE and FROM WHERE YOU CAME
Research your roots through Ancestry.com at the
Center. Learn how to trace your family tree. Bring
your lap top if you have one. We will provide a lap
top if you do not have one. This research will be
done on a computer. Led by Albert P. Heydt
Fridays (Room 104); Elm St.
Free Members/$5.00 Nonmembers
May 1 – August 28, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
“I am determined to be cheerful
and happy in whatever situation I may
find myself. For I have learned that
the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is determined not by our circumstance but by our disposition.”
This course will teach you about maintaining your
computer and protect it from viruses and other
malicious software. Learn how to clean your computer and troubleshoot problems. (3 classes)
Instructor: Andy Konnick
$15 Members; $30 Nonmembers
WINDOWS 8 & 8.1
Since the discontinuation of Windows XP support
by Microsoft, the recommended upgrade path is
Windows 8.1. Learn to use the features and functions of the latest Windows 8.1 operating system.
Learn how to make Windows 8.1 operate like the
old Windows XP and how to copy your old files to
your new operating system. Customize the settings to your needs. Topics include, working with
the new Windows Start Screen, installing apps
and programs, creating folders and files, installing
printers, email, and keeping Windows and your
computer updated, secure and virus free. Please
bring your own Windows 8/8.1 laptop computer, the Center will not provide Windows 8 enabled computers. Instructor: Jim LeVan
$40 Members; $80 Nonmembers; 8 classes
-Martha Washington
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Computers
Course
Days
Dates
Time Time
Instructor Lab
from to
Windows 8 & 8.1
Tues & Thur
May 5-28
9:00 am 10:30 am
Intro I Windows 7 & 8
Mon, Wed, Fri
May 4-15
9:00 am 10:30 am Richard Mannix
Intro I Windows 7
Wed & Fri
May 6-22
11:00 am 12:30 pm
Genealogy Lab
Friday
May 1-Aug
28
1 pm
Windows 8 & 8.1
Mon & Wed
June 1-24
6:00 pm
Intro II Windows 7
Wed & Fri
June 3-19
11:00 am 12:30 pm
Intro II Windows 7 & 8
Mon, Wed, Fri
July 13-24
9:00 am 10:30 am Richard Mannix
Computer Maintenance
Wednesday
July 8—17
11:00 am 12:30 pm
Windows 8 & 8.1
Tue/Thur
Aug 4-27
9:00 am 10:30 am
104
8
104 &
102
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Andy Konnick
104
6
4 pm
Al Heydt
104
18
7:30 pm
Jim LeVan
104
8
Andy Konnick
104
6
104 &
102
6
Andy Konnick
104
4
Jim LeVan
104
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Creative Arts
BASKET CLASSES – Elm Street
For all of these classes, please bring a measuring
tape, pencil, 12 clip clothes pins, and an old towel.
Materials will be provided; there is a materials fee
for each class. Led by Devra L. Zvanut
MOTHER’S DAY TISSUE BOX BASKET
WITH HANDLE
Bring your Mother or Daughter along with you and
create a unique square basket for each of you.
This unique basket has a woven bottom and a
swing handle. The rims are pre-made square
hoops, which are used to keep the shape. Natural
weavers and stakes are enhanced with color accents (color options available).
Elm Street (Room 106) Tuesday
$20 Members; $40 Nonmembers
Materials $20 per person
May 5, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
BEGINNER SQUARE TO ROUND
BASKET – Level - Beginners
Learn to weave a basic rattan basket that you can
use in your home or give asa gift. You’ll learn how
to weave the base, the sides, shape the basket
and put on the rim. You’ll be able to choose colors that fit your décor.
Elm Street (Room 106) Thursday
$18 Members; $36 Nonmembers
Materials $8 per person
May 7, 9:30 – 12:00 Noon
LOG CABIN BASKET
The original “Log Cabin” basket is made to fit on a
log cabin door or a narrow wall of the log cabin,
but you can use it anywhere. The approximate
size is 1” x 4” x 6” high. A seasonal decorative
ceramic “buckle” is included to be tied onto the
front for the basket. You will have a choice of two
color accents. All levels welcome.
Elm Street (Room 106) Thursday
$18 Members; $36 Nonmembers
Materials $14 per person
June 4, 9:30 – 12:00 Noon
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ACRYLIC-Elm Street
Explore and have fun with this exciting acrylic medium on canvas and many other surfaces. Eastern
and western concepts and techniques will be combined effectively. Individual instruction and technique demonstrations will provide added inspiration. Bring your canvas and a basic acrylic set with
some brushes. We will discuss what else will be
needed in class, includes material fee. Instructor:
Foo Hong Tatt in May, June, August. Instructor:
Bruce Nichols in July.
((Room 106), 8 Wednesdays
$56 Members; $112 Nonmembers
May 6 – June 24, 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.
BASIC ORIENTAL PAINTING-Elm Street
Basic techniques in painting with bamboo brushes
and watercolors will be taught. Come and try your
skills in this oriental technique for painting landscapes, birds, flowers, fish, etc. Find out the philosophy and the different methods used in this
ancient art form of the Orient. Wet-mounting your
finished work will also be taught with demonstration. Instructor: Foo Hong Tatt in May, June, August. Instructor: Bruce Nichols in July.
Materials needed: 2 brushes (large and small),
Chinese black ink, rice paper and lots of newsprint
(old newspapers may be used for practice), container for water, any white plastic or old dinner
plate to be used as palette, rags/paper towels, old
beach towel or baby blanket for using as painting
mat, and 2B pencil and knead-able eraser.
((Room 106), 8 Wednesdays
$56 Members; $112 Nonmembers
May 6 – June 24, 12:30- 3:00 p.m.
“Progress is impossible without
change, and those who cannot change
their minds cannot change anything.”
-George Bernard Shaw
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Creative Arts
Dance-Sat. & Wed.
SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE PARTIES
CERAMICS
Come join our fun ceramics ongoing classes!
These classes feature new techniques and new
pieces. Formed pieces give everyone a starting
point. Stencils, hand painting and imagination
give everyone a chance to express themselves.
The first class is FREE!
PLEASE PAY PER CLASS.
Instructor: Bonny Batman
Elm Street (Room 107), Tuesdays,
Price includes paints
9:00 – 11:30 a.m. or 12:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Half Day: $4.00 Members; $4.75 Nonmembers
All Day: $8.00 Members; $9.50 Nonmembers
STUDIO ARTS
Welcome to studio arts. Dolly has been involved
in the art field for over 50 years. Whatever medium you choose, help is available. Both new and
advanced students are welcome. Come join in
the fun. Led by Dolly Fleischmann;
PAID PER SESSION
Tuesday Afternoon; 12:00-2:30 p.m.
Friday-morning only; 9-11:30 a.m.
(Room 106)
Elm Street (Trexler Room)
$7.00 per person;
Includes Refreshments!
7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
(Doors open 7:00 p.m.)
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DATE
May 2
May 16
May 30
June 6
June 13
June 20
July 11
July 25
August 1
August 8
August 22
August 29
ENTERTAINMENT
King Henry
“Frantic” Freddie
The Steel City Band
King Henry
Dale Sine & Gary Shupp
“Frantic” Freddie
King Henry
“Frantic” Freddie
King Henry
King Henry & The Showmen
“Frantic” Freddie
Dale Sine & Gary Shupp
WEDNESDAY DANCE PARTIES
$3 Members; $6 Nonmembers; PAID MONTHLY
$3.50 Members; $7 Nonmembers; PAID DAILY
EVENING CLASSES AVAILABLE, PLEASE CALL
BARBARA FOR INFORMATION. 610-437-3700.
Dance – Friday
FRIDAY DANCE NEWS—$5.00 pp
Welcoming Hector Rosado and his
Latin Salsa Dance Band!!!
May 8th
7:30 p.m.—10:30 p.m.
Light refreshments served
Elm Street (Trexler Room), 1st & 3rd Wednesday
$7.00 per person
Includes refreshments!
1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
(Doors open at 12:30 p.m.)
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
DATE
May 6
May 20
June 3
June 17
July 1
July 15
August 5
August 19
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ENTERTAINMENT
King Henry
King Henry
The Blue Notes
King Henry
King Henry
The Blue Notes
King Henry
King Henry
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Dance
Dancing has many benefits: Exercise for both body and
brain, stress relief, fights osteoporosis, social activity,
meet new people, make friends. Join the fun!
LINE DANCE SOCIAL WITH LESSONS-BEGINNER
Friday with Dance Teacher Peggy Sue
For those who never danced before or need to go at a
slower pace. Basic steps of line dance and easy dances
will be taught, and you will learn proper technique which
will make dancing more comfortable and enjoyable.
Elm Street; 8 Fridays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$32 Members advanced registration; 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Drop In Price $5
Class sessions:
April 17– June 5 , June 12—August 7
LINE DANCE SOCIAL WITH LESSONSINTERMEDIATE
Friday with Dance Teacher Peggy Sue
This class is for dancers with some dance experience
and those who have attended sessions before. Dances
are reviewed and also new and popular dances are
taught. Come early and warm up with the beginner
class. This will give you extra dance time and will be
helpful to new dancers as it will give them more visual
aid in learning.
Elm Street; 8 Fridays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$56 Members advanced registration; 2:10-4:10 p.m.
Drop In Price $8
Class sessions:
April 17– June 5, June 12—August 7
BEGINNING LINE DANCING–Elm Street
Saturday-Line Dancing is a social and physical activity
that rivals ballroom dancing in popularity with no partner
or costume required. Learn the basics of line dances
from a number of genera including western, contemporary and Victorian. New dances for both classes will be
included. Instructors: Ray & Myra Rosenberger
8 Saturdays (Roger Mullin Room)
$25 Member; $50 Nonmember
May 9-June 27, 10:00-11:30 a.m.
8 Saturdays (Roger Mullin Room)
$25 Member; $50 Nonmember
July 11-August 29, 10:00-11:30 a.m.
LINE DANCING-Elm Street
Monday-Continuation of Beginning Line Dancing where
you will continue to learn dances from a variety of genera, with new dances to learn. Instructors: Ray & Myra
Rosenberger
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8 Mondays (Roger Mullin Room)
$25 Members; $50 Nonmembers
May 11-July 6, 1:45-3:15 p.m.
NO CLASS MAY 25
8 Mondays (Roger Mullin Room)
$25 Member; $50 Nonmember
July 13-August 31, 1:45-3:15 p.m.
TAP DANCE – Advanced Beginner
This class is for those who have had some tap experience. Tap shoes are required.
Instructor: Grace Conti
7 Mondays (Roger Mullin Room)
$21 Members/$42 Nonmembers
May 4 – June 22; 9:00 – 9:45 a.m.
9 Mondays (Roger Mullin Room)
$27 Members/$54 Nonmembers
July 6 – August 31; 9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
TAP DANCE – Beginner
If you have always wanted to learn to top dance, this
class is for you. Tap shoes are required. Grace Conti
7 Mondays (Roger Mullin Room)
$21 Members/$42 Nonmembers
May 4 – June 22; 10:00 –10:45 a.m.
9 Mondays (Roger Mullin Room)
$27 Members/$54 Nonmembers
July 6 – August 31; 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
Fitness
CHI KUNG (Kane Tai Chi) -Elm Street
Learn stress free meditative movement to feel
good! Practice the skill and ability of increasing
your life force energy. Manage aches and pains
of your bones and joints. Learn to relax muscle
pain and anxiety. Specific Medical Chi Kung and
energy cultivation will be explained and practiced.
This class helps create a positive attitude while
having lots of fun. Instructor: Master, Pai Shen Li
(Brian H. Kunsman)
8 Wednesday, (Roger Mullin Room)
$36 Members; $72 Nonmembers
May 6 – June 24, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
9 Wednesday, (Roger Mullin Room)
$41 Members; $82 Nonmembers
July 1 – August 26, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
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BANDS, BELLS & BALLS-Elm Street
Brings Dynabands, free weights and medicine
balls together. Includes muscular strength, improve range of motion, stimulate bone growth,
and improve balanced posture.
Led by Louise Lockett
8 Tuesday Mornings (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
May 5 – June 23, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
8 Tuesday Mornings (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
July 7 – August 25, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
LOW IMPACT AEROBICS
These low impact aerobics classes are designed
for those over 55.
Instructor: Louise Lockett
Elm Street (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
8 Tuesdays/Thursdays; Afternoons
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
May 5 – June 25, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
TAI CHI EXERCISE-Elm Street
Is a holistic exercise that helps reduce stress, promotes physical well-being. Using tai chi form
moves and qigong sets, coordinate breath and
movement to enhance strength, balance, and
calmness. Memorizing sequences is not required
and movements are slow, flowing and adaptable.
Led by Master Pai Shen Li (Brian Kunsman)
8 Wednesday/Fridays (Roger Mullin Room)
$48 Members; $96 Nonmembers
May 6 – June 26, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
9 Wednesday/Fridays (Roger Mullin Room)
$54 Members; $108 Nonmembers
July 1 –August 28 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
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TRADITIONAL TAI CHI-Elm Street
Elm Street (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
8 Tuesdays/Thursdays; Afternoons
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
July 7 – August 27, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Is an exercise consisting of a series of slow, flowing movements that promote holistic benefits for
the individual practitioner. These benefits include
improved balance and coordination, leg strength,
cardiovascular health, mental concentration, stress
relief. Movements can be modified to accommodate different capabilities. Led by Master Pai Shen
Li (Brian Kunsman)
Elm Street, (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
8 Mon/Wed/Fri, Mornings
$40 Members; $80 Nonmembers
May 4 – June 26, 8:50 -9:50 a.m.
NO CLASS MAY 25
Tai Chi Advance
8 Mondays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$36 Members; $72 Nonmembers
May 11 – June 29; 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Elm Street, (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
8 Mon/Wed/Fri, Mornings
$40 Members; $80 Nonmembers
July 6 – August 31, 8:50 – 9:50 a.m.
9 Mondays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$41 Members; $82 Nonmembers
July 6 – August 31; 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Orefield, 8 Tuesdays/Thursdays
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
May 5 – June 25, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Tai Chi Beginners
8 Mondays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$24 Members; $48 Nonmembers
May 11 – June 29; 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Orefield, 8 Tuesdays/Thursdays
$32 Members; $80 Nonmembers
July 7 – August 27, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
9 Mondays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$27 Members; $54 Nonmembers
July 6 – August 31; 12:30-1:30 p.m.
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Fitness
Makeup Classes May 4-8, 2015
YOGA CLASS SCHEDULE
Combining Ashtanga, Kripalu, Tibetan-Yantra,
Silver Sneakers Yoga, and Therapeutic Yoga
Flow to improve well-being, strength, circulation,
balance, digestion, health, and flexibility. Guided
meditation practice and Ashtanga 8-limbed
vinyasa yoga & meditation lesson included.
Yoga Teacher: Julene Martin-Morganelli, CYT
Makeup Classes May 4-8, 2015
STRENGTH TRAINING-Elm Street-p.m.
SilverSneakers Classic
SilverSneakers Chair Yoga
Silver & Fit
These classes enhance well-being, strength, balance, fall prevention, weight loss, flexibility, and
boosts metabolism. Includes chair yoga and ballet
barre yoga and exercise.
8 Tuesday/Thursday Afternoons
Elm Street (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
May 12-July 2, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
$48 Members/$96 Nonmembers
Instructor: Julene Martin-Morganelli, CYT
8 Monday/Wednesday Mornings
Elm Street (Room 105)
$64 Members; $128 Nonmembers
May 11-July 6; 10:30-11:45 a.m.
No classes May 25, Memorial Day
8 Monday/Wednesday Mornings
Elm Street (Room 105)
$64 Members; $128 Nonmembers
July 8-August 31; 10:30-11:45 a.m.
ASHTANGA YOGA – ELM STREET
8 Tuesday/Thursday Noontime
Elm Street (Roger Mullin Room)
May 12-July 2, 11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m..
$64 Members/$128 Nonmembers
8 Tuesday/Thursday Afternoons
Elm Street (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
July 7-August 27, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
$48 Members/$96 Nonmembers
Instructor: Julene Martin-Morganelli, CYT
8 Tuesday/Thursday Noontime
Elm Street (Roger Mullin Room)
July 7-August 27, 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
$64 Members/$128 Nonmembers
STRENGTH TRAINING-Elm Street-a.m.
at Jordan Lutheran Church, Snowdrift Road
9 Wednesday/Friday Mornings
Elm Street (Roger Mullin Room)
$54 Members; $108 Nonmembers
May 6-July 1, 8:50 – 9:50 a.m.
Instructor: Lee Ann Price Fotta
8 Monday/Wednesdays Afternoons
$64 Members; $128 Nonmembers
May 11-July 6, 12:30 – 1:45 p.m.
No classes May 25, Memorial Day
8 Wednesday/Friday Mornings
Elm Street (Roger Mullin Room)
$48 Members; $96 Nonmembers
July 8-August 28, 8:50 – 9:50 a.m.
Instructor: Lee Ann Price Fotta
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GENTLE YOGA – ELM STEET
SilverSneakers Floor Mat Yoga
ASHTANGA YOGA – OREFIELD
8 Monday/Wednesdays Afternoons
$64 Members; $128 Nonmembers
July 8-August 31, 12:30 – 1:45 p.m.
TUESDAY NIGHT YOGA
6:00-7:00 p.m. $5 Drop In Price
Sign up and save: June 2-July 28; $27 Members
August 4-September 29; $27 Members
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Fitness
WATER AEROBICS SWIMMING at
Muhlenberg College
The pool is in the Sports Complex just east of the
stadium (Liberty and 24th Street). Please park on
the street! Enter the campus through the stadium
gates and walk to the other side of the building. On
your first visit, get there a half hour early. Upon
entering the building ask the receptionist for directions to the locker room. Instructor: Jerry Vogwill
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10:00 -11:00 a.m.
$4 Members; $8 Nonmembers
Drop in and pay for class as you go.
SWIMMING LAPS AT Rodale Aquatic
Center at Cedar Crest
Enjoy lap swimming in their 84-degree, 25-yard
pool. Signed release form for their facility required
prior to the start of class. Forms are available at
the Lehigh Valley Active Life. 610-437-3700
Cedar Crest, 6 Tuesdays/Thursdays
$38 Members; $76 Nonmembers
May 5 – June 11, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
ZUMBA GOLD ® -Elm Street
Dancers and non-dancers will enjoy this Latininspired, dance-fitness, which is designed for seniors. The pace is a little slower than regular
Zumba classes. Exercise and have fun!
Official Zumba® Instructor: Louise Lockett
8 Thursdays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$24 Members; $48 Nonmembers
May 7 – June 25, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
8 Thursdays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$24 Members; $48 Nonmembers
July 9 – August 27, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
8 Wednesdays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$24 Members; $48 Nonmembers
May 6 – June 24, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
8 Wednesdays (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$24 Members; $48 Nonmembers
July 8 – August 26, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Cedar Crest, 9 Tuesdays/Thursdays
$57 Members; $124 Nonmembers
June 16 – Aug 13, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Health
PILOXING-Elm Street
Piloxing uniquely mixes Pilates and boxing movements into a calorie blasting, muscle toning, core
centric interval workout. It is an interdisciplinary
system – the power feeling of boxing, then transferring your body movements into Pilates and feeling like a dancer. The pace of this class is vigorous. Instructor: Louise Lockett
8 Friday Mornings (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
May 8 – June 26, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
8 Friday Mornings (Mary Louise Mullin Room)
$32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
July 10 – August 28, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Blood Pressure Check
Aaron HealthCare ~ 4th Tuesday
9:30-11:30 a.m.;
May 26; June 23; July 28; August 25
T.O.P.S. ~ Takes Pounds off Sensibly
All Are Welcome! For information, please call 610437-3700 and leave a message. A T.O.P.S representative will contact you. Weigh in 9:00 a.m.
Elm Street (Mullin Room), 3rd Tuesday
Elm Street (Room 102), 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th Tuesday
$26.00 per year for membership
$2.00 per month for dues
9:00-10:45 a.m.
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Games & Cards
Cards & Games
Cribbage
Mah Jongg
Poker Club
Scrabble
CARDS AND GAMES-Elm Street
Exercise for the mind! Join us for Party Bridge
(must know how to play). Contact Rick Daugherty
610-437-3700, to sign up.
Pinochle, Gin Rummy, Monopoly, Hearts, Party
Bridge, etc. (Trexler Room) Monday; 11:30 a.m.
CRIBBAGE-Elm Street
Learn to play cribbage and enjoy the game!
Contact Rita Miller, 610-967-2258
(Room 104); Tuesdays
1:00-5:00 p.m.; Drop in – no reservation needed
MAH JONGG-Elm Street
Play and have fun! Lessons in this Chinese game
are also available!
Contact Millie Hoimes 610-442-2024
Elm St. (Room 104); Tuesdays & Thursdays
1:00-5:00 p.m.; Drop in – no reservation needed
POKER CLUB-Elm Street
JOIN IN THE FUN!
Monday/Friday/Saturday (Room 105)
12:30-4:00 p.m.; Drop in-no reservation needed
SCRABBLE-Elm Street
Join us for a friendly game of scrabble. Exercise
your mind while improving your skills. ROUND
ROBIN SEATING, no need to bring a partner.
(Room 104) Fridays; 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Drop in-no reservation needed
“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does
bathing-that’s why we recommend it
daily.”
-Zig Ziglar
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Beginner Duplicate Bridge
ACBL Bridge
Duplicate Bridge
Pinochle
Pinochle Lessons-Beginners
ACBL BEGINNING DUPLICATE BRIDGE
0-49 MASTER POINTS-Elm Street
(Trexler Room); 1st & 3rd Wednesday;
$5 Each player; 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
ACBL BRIDGE GAME-Elm Street
For Players with 199 points or less.
Directors: Bob Cole and Frank Kuebler
(Trexler Room), Thursday
$7 Member; $8 Nonmember; 12:30-4:00 p.m.
ACBL DUPLICATE BRIDGE-Elm Street
Great experience for the mind—a place where you
can qualify for master’s points.
(Trexler Room);
$7 Member; $8 Nonmember
Friday–Invitational 12:30 p.m.
Saturday-Open 10:00 a.m.
PINOCHLE-Elm Street
JOIN IN THE FUN!
(Trexler Room)
Monday & Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:30 p.m.
PINOCHLE LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS
This class is for people who want to learn or relearn the game. We will start with card recognition, to meld, to bidding, to concepts of proper
card playing. First three sessions MUST be attended in order for you to learn to play the game.
Instructor: Nancy Remaly
Elm St (Room 102), 6 Thursdays
$12 Members; $24 Nonmembers
June 4 – July 9, 10:00 – 11:00 AM
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Autumn Adventure
utumn
dventure
...big ticket items, filled baskets valued at $35 and up
Sunday, September 20, 2015
Doors open at 12:30 p.m./Drawing starts at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets must be deposited by 2:15 p.m.
Lehigh Valley Active Life
1633 West Elm Street, Allentown, PA 18102
$20 advance / $25 at the door
RESERVE EVENT TICKETS AT THE FRONT DESK
Includes 100 basket/item tickets
FOOD AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
Donations of NEW, UNEXPIRED items needed:
personal care, liquor, wine, gift cards, kitchen items, etc.
Pick up item tags at the front desk at the Center
Please bring items to the office Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. by August 8, 2014
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _
Autumn Adventure
Return this portion along with your payment
Name________________________________________________________
_
Phone________________________________________________________
_
Address ______________________________________________________
City______________________________ State _____Zip_____________
____________ # Event tickets X $20 = $__________________
Pay for event tickets now, and pick them up at the door the day of the
event
$___________ I wish to make a monetary donation
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Movies & More...
MOVIES AT NOON-MONDAY & WEDNESDAY
Lunch—11:30 a.m.- $2.50 suggested donation (60 & over); $5.85 (59 and under)
 call 610-437-3700 by 9:00 a.m. the day before to reserve lunch

Movie at noon $2 members; $4 nonmembers; please reserve your movie day
 Free ice cream sundaes (Sponsored by HCR Manor Care)
CALL 610-437-3700 TO SIGN UP FOR THE MOVIE & FREE ICECREAM & RESERVE YOUR LUNCH
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PHILOMENA, (Drama/Biography) Monday, May 11 & Wednesday, May 13th—1 hr. and 40 min.
In 1952, Irish teenager Philomena became pregnant out of wedlock and was sent to a convent. When her baby
was a toddler, the nuns took the child away and put him up for adoption in the United States.
THE BOOK THIEF, (Drama/War), Wednesday, May 27—2 hrs. and 11 min.
While subjected to the horrors of WWII Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them
with others. Under the stairs in her home, a Jewish refuge is being sheltered by her parents.
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY, (Drama/Comedy), Monday June 8 & Wednesday June 10—2 hrs, and 10 min.
The death and funeral of their father brings three sisters to the home of their mother, Violet (Meryl Streep), an acidtongued, pill-popping cancer patient. Daughters Barbara (Julia Roberts), Karen (Juliette Lewis) and Ivy (Julianne
Nicholson) -- along with their significant others and various other kin -- take the full brunt of their dysfunctional matriarch's venom.
ENOUGH SAID, (Drama/Romance), Monday, June 22 & Wednesday, June 24—1 hr. and 33 min.
Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a divorced single parent, seems generally happy but dreads her daughter's departure for
college. Unexpectedly, Eva begins a romance with Albert (James Gandolfini), a nice man with whom she has much
in common.
SELMA, (Drama/History), Monday, July 6 & Wednesday, July 8—2 hrs. and 7 min.
Although the Civil Rights Act of 1964 legally desegregated the South, discrimination was still rampant in certain
areas, making it very difficult for blacks to register to vote. In 1965, an Alabama city became the battleground in the
fight for suffrage. Despite violent opposition, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (David Oyelowo) and his followers pressed
forward on an epic march from Selma to Montgomery.
BIRDMAN, (Drama/Comedy), Monday, July 20 & Wednesday, July 22—2 hrs.
Former cinema superhero Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) is mounting an ambitious Broadway production that
he hopes will breathe new life into his stagnant career. It's risky, but he hopes threat his creative gamble will prove
that he's a real artist and not a washed-up star.
THE JUDGE, (Comedy/Drama) Monday, August 10 & Wednesday, August 12– 2 hrs. and 21 min.
Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.), a brilliant but shady attorney, returns to his Indiana hometown after learning that
his mother has passed away. His arrival triggers renewed tension between himself and his father, Judge Joseph
Palmer (Robert Duvall), who makes no secret of his disapproval of Hank's morally ambiguous career. As the lawyer
prepares to depart, his father is arrested for a hit-and-run death. Hank takes on his father's defense, despite the
objections of the resentful old man.
THE IMITATION GAME, (Drama/History) Monday, August 24 & Wednesday, August 26, - 2 hrs
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Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the
nail-biting race against
time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School
at Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of WWII.
Broadway Musicals
Broadway Musicals
Wednesday Matinees at 2:00 p.m.—June 10, 2015
Please respond early as Broadway shows sell out very quickly
$50 deposit to reserve your ticket . Final payment due May 10th
It Should’a Been You (SOLD OUT) puts a modern spin on the traditional wedding comedy, proving that when it comes to wedding day insanity, it’s all relative. It’s a culture clash for the ages when two families
from wildly different backgrounds come together to celebrate a wedding.
Hilariously funny. Starring Tyne Daly and Harriet Harrison Orchestra
$129.00
Beautiful (SOLD OUT) tells the story of Carole King from her early
days as a Brooklyn teenager (Carol Klein) struggling to enter the record
business to her years spent as a chart-topping music legend.
Mid mezzanine—$139.00 - This theatre has an elevator
Kinky Boots (SOLD OUT) Charlie Price has suddenly inherited his father’s shoe factory, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Trying to live
up to his father’s legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola. A fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos.
Orchestra $149.00
Wicked The untold musical story of The Wizard of Oz’s Wicked Witch of
the West and Glinda the Good... Before Dorothy dropped in. Based on
the imaginative Gregory Maguire novel, Wicked takes a fantasy journey
through the unseen side of Oz, sharing a tale of unexpected friendship.
Rear Orchestra $145.00
Depart Calvary Temple, 3436 Winchester Road at 9:30 a.m. or
9:00 a.m. from Trans-Bridge Station (for those who live in Bethlehem)
Depart NYC after the plays at around 5:00 p.m.
Sign up in the registration office—610-437-3700 to charge tickets
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Trips & Overnight Trips
Please Read Trip Policy Before You Book Any Trip, See Page 5
DAY TRIPS
CASINO TRIP to Mt Airy—Monday, May 11th, $20 Members/ $25 Nonmembers
911 MEMORIAL & MUSEUM & Cruise the Harbor
Thursday, May 21, $85 Members/ $97 Nonmembers, Lunch on your own
CRUISE ON “THE RIVER LADY” TOM’S RIVER, NEW JERSEY
Thursday, July 9, $77 Members/ $90 Nonmembers
Enjoy Lunch on this historic stern-wheeler river cruise tour of uniquely designed, stately
historic homes and beautifully manicured lawns and gardens along the river.
“TWIST & SHOUT” AT THE HUNTERDON HILLS PLAYHOUSE
Tuesday, July 21, Includes Lunch, $83 Members/ $96 Nonmembers
LANCASTER AMISH FARMLANDS AND LUNCH AT BIRD IN THE HAND
Tuesday, July 28, $49 Members/ $62 Nonmembers
DUTCH APPLE THEATRE “CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES”
Thursday, October 29, $80 Members/ $102 Nonmembers
CHRISTMAS SHOW at American Music Theatre
Friday, November 20, Sight and Sound with lunch at Shady Maple,
$80 Members/ $93 Nonmembers
HUNTERDON HILLS “SPREADING IT AROUND”
March 2016, Date and Price To Be Decided
TRIPS TO MANN CENTER -for the Philadelphia Orchestra, see page 19,
$30 member/ $40 nonmember
OVER NIGHT TRIPS
FINGER LAKES WINE TASTING
September 22-24, 2015, 3 DAYS AND 2 NIGHTS
$444 Members; $464 Nonmembers; double occupancy
$563 Member for single; $583 Nonmember for single
PITTSBURGH EXPRESS
October 14-16, 2015, $422 pp-Double Members / $445 pp-Double Nonmembers
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AZALEA FESTIVAL
April 21-24, 2016, $559 pp-Double Members / $580 pp-Double Nonmembers
PERFORMANCE
SHOWCASE
Enjoy Great Entertainment
Featuring the
Lehigh Valley Active Life
Performance Groups
Thursday, June 4, 2015
1:00—3:00 p.m.
Scottish Rite Cathedral
1533 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA
Lehigh Valley Pops Orchestra
Good Vibrations Chorus
Timely Tappers
Jazz Ensemble
FREE MEMBERS; $6.00 Nonmembers
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PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
Trips to Mann Center
Always a great evening of entertainment!
We do not have details at this time. Mann Center trips are not announced until June.
Call Barbara at 610-437-3700. She will contact you when the information is available.
$30 Members/$40 Nonmembers
Price includes the bus transportation. Bus will depart at 5:30 p.m.
Return to Lehigh Valley around 11:30 p.m.
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Bountiful Bingo
Bountiful Bingo
Gift Certificates and Cash Prizes
Gift certificates from restaurants, grocery stores, and Center Bingo
Seating is limited—advance reservations strongly encouraged
Walk ins welcome if space is available
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Doors open at 5:00—Bingo starts at 6:30 PM
Lehigh Valley Active Life (formerly LC Senior Center)
1633 West Elm Street
Allentown, PA 18102 - 610-437-3700
$15.00 for 25 games including one pack of specials
Extra boards $.50 each
Win $15 and $25 cash for the specials
Jackpot coverall $1.00—Win a minimum of $150
Multiple winners allowed on coverall
One winner on other games determined by high card draw—$5.00 for low cards
Food available for purchase
MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN
________________________________________________________
Yes, I wish to support Bountiful Bingo
Order and pay for tickets then pick them up at the door the day of the event
Name:________________________________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________________
City: ______________________State: ____ Zip: ______________________
________# tickets ordered X $15 = $_______
$_______ I wish to make a monetary donation
$_______ Total amount enclosed
Please mail to LVAL, l633 West Elm Street, Allentown, PA 18102
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Picnic
SUMMER PICNIC
RAIN OR SHINE!
Join in the Fun!!!
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Schnecksville Pavilion,
Route 309
Starting at 10:00 a.m.
$8 Members / $13 Nonmembers
BINGO, 50/50, CARDS & MORE!
Tickets available at LVAL beginning June 1, 2015
Please bring your ticket to the picnic
Sorry NO tickets will be sold at the door
Please buy your ticket early
Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Sausage Sandwiches, Ice Cream
Condiments, Picnic Side Dishes and Drinks
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Golf League
GOLF LEAGUE 2015
Golfing at different golf courses!
Active Life’s Tuesday morning, 9 a.m., golf league plays at 19 different golf
courses from approximately. April 14, 2015 to November 24, 2015, weather
permitting. Join us for friendship on the golf course.
1. To register, if you have not played with the group, please sign up with Richard:
Richard Warner: [email protected]; 610-391-9232
2. To reserve your tee spot, call Marcel 1 week prior to the date. Tee off time will usually
be 9:00 a.m. Please arrive at 8:30 a.m. You will be notified of any change in tee time.
Marcel Guindine: [email protected]; 610-398-8146
3. For information : Jerry Gritman; [email protected]; 610-820-5323
4. Our Backup Golf Courses are: Allentown Municipal Golf Club and Iron Lakes Golf Club.
If the chosen course is not available, we will attempt to play at a backup course.
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2015 PLAY DATES
GOLF COURSE
April 7 & 14
April 21 & 28
Bethlehem Municipal
Iron Lakes
May 5 & 12
May 19 & 26
Pleasant Hills
Rich Maiden
June 2 & 9
June 16 & 23
June 30
Blue Shamrock-Palmerton
Butter Valley-Bally
Golden Oaks
July 7 & 14
July 21 & 28
Wedgewood
Berkleigh
August 4 & 11
August 18 & 25
Locust Valley
Whitetail
September 1 & 8
September 15 & 22
September 29
Southmore
Hickory ValleyAmbassador-Gilbertsville
Golden Oaks Golf Club
October 6 & 13
October 20 & 27
Twin Ponds-Gilbertsville
Shepherd Hills
November 3 & 10
November 17 & 24
Allentown Municipal
Willowbrook
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Groups
Arts & Crafts
S.A.G.E.
Current Events
Knit & Chat
Quilting & Sewing
ARTS & CRAFTS GROUP-Elm Street
Enjoy working with your hands and keeping those fingers nimble! Sign up early as
this class fills up fast.
Instructor: Trisha Baker
(Room 107) Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday,
9:00-11:30 a.m.
May 4-August 27; FREE
CURRENT EVENTS-Elm Street
Join this open discussion group to express
your opinions. A flexible agenda will include world, national, state and local events
that have occurred. All are welcome in a
friendly atmosphere.
Moderator: Ted LaRose
Thursdays (Room 105) FREE
2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
S.A.G.E.-Senior Activities for Growth
and Enrichment
This is an interactive program for mental
and physical stimulation and growth for our
frail elderly seniors. Activities include word
puzzles, trivia, board games, mild chair exercises and other activities to enrich your
mind, body and spirit. Led by Tricia Baker
Please Call 610-437-3700
Room 107, Wednesdays; FREE
12:00-3:00 p.m.; S.A.G.E. program
KNIT AND CHAT GROUP-ELM STREET
Every Thursday morning we knit a little,
chat a little, exchange views on everything
and learn something about each other and
our talents. Some of us are beginners and
others are more experienced. All levels are
welcome and it’s FREE to members! Just
bring your project – knitting, crocheting, or
other needlework.
Thursdays (Room 101)
Free Members; $5.00 Nonmembers
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
If you suspect
Medicare Fraud
call CARIE
Center for Advocacy for the Rights
and Interests of the Elderly
1-800-356-3606
to speak to a representative
QUILTING & SEWING GROUP-Elm Street
FUN—GREAT COMPANY—ENJOY!! Feel
welcome to join us as we make hand-sewn
quilts. All skill levels are welcome! Learn
how to quilt, if you are a beginner. Quilts
make great gifts; some of the quilts are for
sale. Instructor: Alverna Erney
Tuesdays & Thursdays (Room105)
8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. FREE
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Groups
History
Lady Bugs Red Hat
Life Sharing Events
Singles Group
INSIDE CONGRESS
This class will present the shocking scandals, corruption, and abuses of power behind the scenes
on Capitol Hill. Led by Ted LaRose
2 Mondays (Room 102)
$6 Members; $12 Nonmembers
June 15 and 22, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
LADY BUGS RED HAT SOCIETY
Enjoy various activities every month, some at the
Center, some away, but not too far. Meet LADIES
like yourself who want FUN, FUN, FUN!! The only
rule is to wear a RED HAT! Elm Street
Contact: Terry Ignar 610-767-0705
LIFE SHARING EVENTS GROUP
Join us for an informal discussion of things that
are of importance in your life, i.e.; living with your
mother-in-law, paying bills, having difficult conversations with others, etc. Members will be encouraged to facilitate the group discussions.
Elm St. (107) Fridays, FREE
Ongoing – 12:00-3:00 p.m.
SINGLES GROUP-Elm Street
A group of active single seniors taking advantage
of all our community has to offer; educationally,
culturally and recreationally. Recent activities
have included bowling, miniature golf, museum
tours, lectures, a tour of the Ironton Rail Trail, Art
in the Park, band concerts, nature walks and, dining out. Call Dori at 610-398-0142 or visit the
Center’s website www.LVActiveLife.org for our
calendar of events.
Elm St. (Room 106) 2nd Friday of the month
1:00-2:30 p.m.; Drop in – no reservations needed
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SECRET LIVES OF FIRST LADIES
What your teachers never told you about the
women in the White House – scandals, seduction,
adultery in the early 20th Century.
Led by Ted LaRose
2 Fridays (Room 102)
$6 Members; $12 Nonmembers
July 10 and 17, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
INSIDE HITLER’S GERMANY
We shall explore one of the most infamous men in
history. He is responsible for repression and millions of deaths during WWII. Led by Ted LaRose
2 Mondays, (Room 106)
$6 Members; $12 Nonmembers
August 17 and 24, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
THE FALAISE POCKET
Instructor: Dr. Charles Bonos
July TBD; Room 105; 2:00-3:00 p.m.
$6 Member; $12 Nonmember
“Successful people maintain a
positive focus in life no matter what is
going on around them. They stay focused on their past successes rather
than their past failures, and on the
next action steps they need to take
to get them closer to the fulfillment
of their goals, rather than all the other distractions that life presents to
them.”
-Jack Canfield
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History
Ice Cream Socials
THE STRUGGLE OF NELSON
MANDELA-Elm Street
Apartheid and Democracy in South Africa.
Led by Al Skeath
Thursday (Room 102)
$6 Members/$12 Nonmembers
June 4, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
THE FABLES OF AESOP
Learn about the time-honored tales that sparkle
with wisdom and give valuable insight into life.
Led by Al Skeath
Elm Street (Room 102) Wednesday
$6 Members; $12 Nonmembers
July 15, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
LIVES OF THE IMPRESSIONIST
PAINTERS
Discover Monet, Renoir, Degas, van Gogh, Manet,
Cassatt, and others. Led by Al Skeath
Elm Street (Room 102) Monday
$6 Members; $12 Nonmembers
August 3, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
ICE CREAM SOCIALS
Elm Street
You are invited to join us each
month for an ice cream social.
All are welcome; bring a friend or
meet and make some new
friends. Make a reservation for
the movie too. Call for Information.
RSVP 610-437-3700; FREE
SPONSORED BY
HCR MANORCARE
Wednesdays (Trexler Room)
2:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Karaoke
KARAOKE-Elm Street
Join us for fun and entertainment and have a blast
singing along to your favorite tunes.
Led by Your Host Bobby James
2nd and 4th Wednesdays; (Trexler Room)
May 27, June 24, July 29, August 26
Hope to see you all there!
May 13 & 27; June 10 & 24
July 8 & 22; August 12 & 26
$3 Members; $5 Nonmembers
12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
“Forgiveness is not always easy.
At times, it feels more painful than
the wound we suffered, to forgive the
one that inflicted it. And yet, there is
no peace without forgiveness.”
-Marianne Williamson
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Latin Salsa Dance
Bomba Dance Lessons-Begin May 2, 2015; 8 Weeks
$48 Members/Drop In Price $7 pp; Saturdays; 12:30
p.m. Led by Robert & Flor Velez & Gilda Hernandez.
Latin Salsa Dance Lessons-Begin May 3; 4 Weeks;
one hour $16; two hour $28 Members; Drop In Price:
one hour $5 pp; two hour $8 pp; Sundays; 2:00 p.m.
Led by Jose & Marisol Arribas.
Membership Form
Membership/Renewal Form
Lehigh Valley Active Life
1633 West Elm Street
Allentown, PA 18102
610-437-3700
Fax 610-437-6252
Www.lvactivelife.org
Name:__________________________________
Mr. Mrs. Ms.
Name:__________________________________
Mr. Mrs. Ms.
Address:_________________________________
Legacy
CREATING A LEGACY
All your life you have worked hard to create a nest egg to leave to your loved ones
or a charity close to your heart. On average your loved ones or charity could receive less than you intend due to taxes. In
this free informative session focused on
the secrets of securing an inheritance for
your family, you will learn how to pass on
your legacy through estate planning which
will maximize your gift. Light Refreshments.
Led by James Ritter, Partner, Gross
McGinley
Elm Street (Room 102)
FREE Members/$5 Nonmembers
May 15, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
City:____________________________________
State________________Zip_________________
Phone:__________________________________
Email:___________________________________
Birthdate:_____________Birthdate____________
Township:________________________________
Membership category (Circle one):
LIFE: $150
Regular: $20
“Did you know there’s a difference between being busy and
being fruitful? Did you ever stop
to think that just being busyrunning around in circles all day
but not accomplishing anything-is
the same as wasting your time?
It’s frustrating to expend so
much energy and time and not
have any fruit picked from your
effort!”
Household: $35 (2 people)
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Member Memorial
REMEMBERING
THE FOLLOWING
CENTER MEMBERS
MEMBERS AND LIFE MEMBERS
Lehigh Valley Active Life
WILL BE MISSED,
LIFE MEMBERS
LEHIGH VALLEY
ACTIVE LIFE.
MEMBERS
Estella Cech, Life Member
Connie Fretz, Life Member
AS ONES FOR WHOM
Geraldine Fritz, Life Member
OUR LIVES HAVE BEEN
Joyce Kurtz, Life Member
ENRICHED,
Anna Lukowski, Life Member
Julius Mittl, Life Member
Ken Monroe, Life Member
AND MADE OUR
Barbara Paules, Life Member
FELLOWSHIP BETTER
IN SOME SPECIAL WAY Armond F. Piehl, Life Member
Catherine Stinner,
HERE AT
Life Member
THIS IS A SMALL WAY
OF SHOWING OUR
APPRECIATION OF HOW
GLAD WE ARE THAT
THEY WERE A PART OF
OUR LIVES!
Joseph J. Baran
Barbara Dorward
Alma Gannon
Barton Griswold
Russell H. Gross
Vera Hudzinski
James Murphy
Rebecca Oxenford
Thomas Ritter
Rita Ann Trammell
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Music
BIG BAND REHEARSALS
Big Band Musicians are welcome to join our new
Big Band. Led by: Allan Meyerson. FREE
Elm St. (Trexler Room) Friday 10:00-11:30 a.m.
CHORUS - "Good Vibrations"-Elm Street
All singers are welcome to join in the fun!
Directed by Larry Williams, Executive Director of
Munopco; Mondays, Trexler Room, FREE,
9:30-11:00 a.m.; May 4-June 1
ELM STREET JAZZ WORKSHOP
The jazz band is designed to bring out the creativity in music through improvisation. If you play an
instrument and want to explore jazz, join us. We
will play standards and learn how to go past the
melody bringing out your musical virtuosity. Some
proficiency on your instrument and some reading
ability is a plus. Led by: Allan Meyerson; FREE
Elm St, (Trexler Room) Fridays; 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
LATIN SALSA BAND-Elm Street
LEARN SALSA-JOIN THIS NEW BAND
Looking for musicians to join this newly formed
Latin Salsa Band. Bring your instrument and explore and learn Latin Salsa.
Led by: Hector Rosado; FREE
Elm St (Trexler), Tuesdays; 7:30-9:30 p.m.
NO LATIN SALSA REHEARSAL ON THE
2nd TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH.
LEHIGH VALLEY POPS ORCHESTRAWe invite anyone who is interested and knows
how to play an instrument to join us for our rehearsals. The orchestra performs at a number of
sites throughout the Lehigh Valley. Director:
George Fennell; Every Thursday (Trexler Room)
FREE; 9:00 –10:30 a.m.; Elm Street
DRUMMING-Elm Street
This is for beginners. The power of drumming,
both spiritual & emotional, is a great way to express who you are and be part of a group. Taught
by Roberto Valez
Saturday, Beginning May 2; 1:45 p.m.
8 Weeks; $32 Members; $64 Nonmembers
KRAZY KIDS SING-ALONG GROUPElm Street
People who love to sing the old standards are welcome. The group performs at Nursing homes and
community centers. Join us to have fun and enjoy
our group. Thursdays (Room107) FREE
12:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Court not, so much,
causes to roam.
Learn a dance, know a poem.
For your best,
touch and play music.
While making music with others,
You’re a guest feeling comfort,
such as home.
-Robert Holland, Jr., 11/2/2014
Active Life Member since 1999
New Musical Performances
Robert Barboni
sings Frank Sinatra classics.
May 1st at 7:00 p.m.
Eclectic Viola
Fiddle tunes, folk songs, classical.
Musician Carol Yale.
June 26th at 7:00 p.m.
No charge. Refreshments!
Sponsored by The Music Performance
Trust Fund and Musicians Local 45.
Call 610-437-3700
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Pickleball
Spirituality
PICKLEBALL - NEW - Elm Street
Pickleball is a sport in which two or four players
use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a
whiffle ball, over a net. Bring your own racquet or
use one of ours. You may reserve a time when
the room is free. Please Call 610-437-3700.
(Mary Louise Mullin Room)
Call to schedule your time; One Hour Sessions
$2 per session per Member
$4 per session per Nonmember
Recreation
PING PONG
Paddles & balls are provided. Room 101
Call Rick at the Center - 610-437-3700
50¢ per hour Members; $1.00 per hour Nonmembers
Monday—11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday— 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday—8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
READING LIBRARY AND CAFÉ
Enjoy our lending library, reading and lobby areas.
Borrow a book and/or give a book. Café with coffee, donuts sweet rolls and free Wi-Fi and a laptop
computer are available in the lobby area.
TELEVISION IN ROOM 102
Enjoy our large screen TV in room 102, when the
room is free, empty and available. Announced
movie and opera events and classes will happen
in room 102 as well.
POOL TABLE
Call Rick at the Center - 610-437-3700;
[email protected]; Room 101
50¢ per hour Members; $1.00 per hour Nonmembers
Monday—8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday—11:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday-11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday—8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
All other times by special arrangement only.
SPIRITUALITY
"...an instrument of your peace"
Led by Richard O’Donnell
On that fateful "nine-eleven" day, I, like everyone I
knew, searched confusedly for a new kind of courage. We needed an inner defense to match the
morning's outer disaster. By evening, I had located
a near by church offering an evening Mass. I
gratefully participated. Stronger, but still aware of
my spiritual weakness vis-à-vis the morning's Manhattan assault, I rose to start my walk home.
Suddenly, a woman in the church - on her own began to sing "Lord, Make Me an Instrument of
Your Peace." We all knew the hymn and we all
spontaneously sang out. Just as suddenly, I felt a
novel kind and level of spiritual assurance within
me: I became a brave, personal, 'third' tower housing all the American values that were challenged
earlier that day. And I still feel it.
This series is a kind of 'Franciscan' meditation that
has restored my buoyancy of spirit. I hope it does
the same for you.
1. Where there is hatred, let me sow love: caring
for them, no matter
2. Where there is injury, pardon: declaring a soulful amnesty
3. Where there is doubt, faith: strengthening the
conviction of the victory of good
4. Where there is despair, hope: pointing out the
reality beyond the dream
5. Where there is darkness, light: searching for,
learning, and spreading vital truths
6. Where there is sadness, joy: appreciating and
enjoying the good that remains
Elm Street (Room 102) 6 Mondays
$36 Members/$72 Nonmembers
June 1 – July 6, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
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Spanish
Support the Troops
Is for those who want to learn conversational Spanish
and have fun while doing so. Pre requisite for all levels is that you take current level here at the Center.
No pre requisite for Level I. Fees may increase due to
low enrollment. Please register two weeks prior to the
start of class. Instructor: Arturo Sobrino
CARE PACKAGES FOR SOLDIERS
SPANISH
Level 42
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
May 18 – July 13, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Level 50
Elm St (HIrchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
May 18 – July 13, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Level 10
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
May 18 – July 13, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Level 25
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
May 18 – July 13, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Level 2
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
May 18 – July 13, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Level 43
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
July 20 – Sept 7, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Level 51
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
July 20 – Sept 7, 11:00 a.m. – noon
Level 11
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
July 20 – Sept 7, noon – 1:00 p.m.
Level 26
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
July 20 – Sept 7, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Level 3
Elm St (Hirchak Room), 8 Mondays
$50 Members; $100 Nonmembers
Do you want to do something to help our soldiers
serving overseas? We send packages to our
troops on a regular basis, not just during the holidays. If possible items should be fragrance free,
no pork products, no perishables, glass or crushable items. Think of items useful and easily packable! Short list of suggested items that we are often in need of to send our troops: Disposable
cameras, snacks & candy (individually wrapped),
drink mixes to be mixed in water, peanut butter &
crackers, sunscreen, toiletries, razors, AA batteries, sanitizers & wipes, personal care items, and
personal notes! Personal notes to our soldiers
from adults or school children are always needed
and really boost their morale, letting them know
that the people back home support them! Please
do not date them.
Monetary donations are gladly accepted if you
wish to help defray the costs of shipping or to
buy any other needed items. Each box we
send currently costs about $16.00. Let us
know if you would like a tax deductible receipt as
we are a Charitable 501(c)(3). Checks can be
made to Support the Troops Inc.
If you know of anyone currently serving overseas,
especially from our local area, contact us with
their full name and address and how long they will
be serving at that address and, if possible, any
other information. We will gladly add them to our
list to send them a care package as well.
Thank you!
Blair & Valerie Ferguson
Support the Troops Inc.; EIN # 26-2763914
143 Pinehurst Lane, Easton, PA 18042
610-438-8885; [email protected]
July 20 – Sept 7, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
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BINGO Wednesday Night BINGO
BINGO
Every Wednesday Evening
Open To The Public
5:30 P.M. DOORS OPEN
6:30 P.M. START TIME
Lehigh Valley Active Life, 1633 W. Elm Street; Trexler Room
Admission: $15.00 each
Includes: one Bingo packet of (4) double cards and one packet of specials
$1.00 for the coverall
Payout is $15.00 per board game
45 or more players-payout is $20.00 per board game
SPECIAL HOLIDAY, PLAN A BIRTHDAY, BOUNTIFUL BINGO GAMES!
COME OUT and JOIN IN THE FUN
BRING YOUR FRIENDS!
Free coffee and light refreshments!
VOLUNTEER! 610-437-3700
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MEET THE INSTRUCTORS
Belinda Rose Anderson, is an ACBL certified
Club Director with a specialty of teaching bridge to
beginners. She is teaching her third bridge
course at LVAL.
Jose & Marisol Arribas, are nationally recognized Latin Salsa dance instructors, who will
teach beginners and experienced dancers the fun,
energetic and latest Latin Salsa dance moves.
Trisha Baker, owned and operated the first
Group Day Care Home in PA for 12 years. Her
hobbies are writing children’s stories, home remodeling.
Bonny Batman, is an artist, certified interior decorator, certified ceramics teacher. She is the
great-great-granddaughter of James Grader who
served twice in the Civil War and is depicted on
the 7th Street Monument facing east.
Charles Bonos is a physician whose avocation is
WWII history.
Grace Conti is a certified Zumba instructor and a
member in a tap company, Tap Ties. She has
been dancing all her life. She was a founding
member of the Lehigh Valley Ballet Guild. She is
married and has 5 children and 7 grandchildren.
Alverna Ernie, is a retired school bus driver who
loves to quilt and crochet. She attended school
for practical nursing and worked at two aircraft
factories—Vultee and Jacobs.
George Fennell, taught high school music at
Northern Lehigh. He has played with the Marine
Band of Allentown and the Macungie Band. He
studied conducting at Temple University.
Dolly Fleischmann, While watercolor is her favorite, she has enjoyed all mediums throughout
the years. Helping others to explore their talents
and skills in the arts has been very rewarding to
both her and her students.
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Hong Tatt Foo, is an internationally known painter and art teacher whose paintings are in many
private and public collections around the world.
Lee Ann Price Fotta has been teaching yoga for
about 13 years. She is also a Shiatsu practitioner
and body worker. She loves teaching yoga classes and exercise classes to students of all ages
and abilities.
Gilda Hernandez, Bomba dance teacher. Bomba
is easy to learn and fun to do and is social, aerobic and a brain exercise all in one. Learn different
rhythms of music and develop dance skills. This
teaching is good for beginners.
Albert P. Heydt, has been doing computerized
research for the past 10 years. He has done several family trees.
Bill Hightower, is a well respected counselor and
educator and a group facilitator.
Andy Konnick, has been a member, student &
instructor at LV Active Life since the 1990’s. He
is retired from Lucent Technologies; his hobbies
are computers, trips, spending time with his sons
and grandsons.
Brian H. Kunsman (Master Pai, Shen Li), is a
dedicated teacher of Pai Lum Tai Chi, Chi Kung,
and Kung Fu. He is a 3rd generation lineage
holder of this system of Martial Arts and a 7th
High Level Black Belt.
Ted LaRose, is a LV Active Life member with
graduate degrees in U.S. History and Education.
He taught high school economics and sociology
before retiring. Ted has a background in sociology as well as coaching debate.
Susanne Linn graduated from Kutztown University and taught 5th grade for several years. She
participated in several woman's issues groups
over the years.
Louise Lockett, is a certified Senior Instructor
who teaches at the Center and at the college level. She is certified and licensed to teach
ZUMBA® and ZUMBA GOLD®, and she teaches
fitness classes for the Philadelphia Eagles and
the IronPigs.
MEET THE INSTRUCTORS
Jim Levan, has worked as a system support specialist for Canon, Toshiba and Ricoh for over 25
years. Currently he works as an independent
technology consultant supporting home office and
small business with their networks and computer
hardware.
Ray & Myra Rosenberger, have been teaching
ballroom dancing since 1978. They graduated
from Jamison Dance Academy in Bucks County in
1976 and took advanced classes at Lansdale
School of Dance.
Joanne Lucas, was a secretary at Valley Youth
House for 18 years. Her aunts taught her to knit
when she was a child and she taught her 12
grandchildren.
Al Skeath Seven years as an engineer at Lehigh
Portland Cement Company, 24 years PPL power
plant engineering, and 11 years as a Deputy Program Manager at the United States Energy Association in Washington, DC. Also, appeared in over
60 stage productions at local community theatres.
Richard Mannix, is a degreed 40+ year I.T. professional who has recently retired from corporate
adventures to continue with ones in I.T. consulting, real estate & community volunteering.
Julene Martin-Morganelli, CYT, Certifications:
Group Exercise Instructor, Senior Instructor, Advanced Certified Yoga Teacher, Ashtanga Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, Senior & Pregnancy Yoga, Meditation,
Somatic Healing, Senior Fitness, Holistic Fitness, Nutrition for Athletes, Healthy Lifestyle Management,
Addictive Behavior Healing, Adult Ballet Fitness,
Simply Barre, SilverSneakers® Classic & Yoga. She
is a descendent of both an American Revolutionary
War Officer and the Cherokee Nation.
Allan Meyerson, a transplanted NYC musician
has attended Queens College as a Music Major.
He has studied and played with some of the
greats in jazz. He has played all types of music
and in all types of groups.
Richard O’Donnell , a native of Summit Hill, PA
has been recognized as counselor and lecturer in
the Lehigh Valley over the past 32 years. He
earned a degree in Sacred Theology from Georgian University in Rome, and a master’s degree in
Clinical Psychology from Ford
James A. Ritter heads up the firm’s Emmaus
Office, concentrating his practice in the areas of
estate planning and administration, small business planning, real estate law, and elder law.
Hector Rosado, has toured with a number of
groups, including with the late Tito Puente in Argentina, and the late Celia Cruze in Columbia.
He continues to perform and enjoys sharing his
talents with older adults.
Arturo Sobrino, attended the University of Havana and has taught for over 50 years.
Peggy Sue has taught country line dancing in the
tristate area since 1991, with experience in prechoreographed partner dances as well. She is a
professional DJ since 1995. She has also taught
social ballroom dance and tap dance. She loves
dance and music and the benefits derived from it.
Roberto & Flor Velez, Bomba dance teachers.
Bomba is easy to learn and fun to do and is social,
aerobic and a brain exercise all in one. Learn different rhythms of music and develop dance skills.
This teaching is good for beginners. Also Roberto
teaches the power of drumming, both spiritual and
emotional, a great way to express who you are.
Jerry Vogwill, is a water aerobics, swimming and
water safety instructor.
Larry A. Williams, is Artistic Director for MunOpCo Music Theatre (The Municipal Opera Company
of Allentown). Larry is a member of the Board of
Directors for the Allentown Fair.
Debbi Zvanut has been basket weaving 23 years.
She especially enjoys sharing her expertise with
all levels of weavers who want to be challenged
and enjoy creating a useful piece of art. Deb
teaches at the Hamburg Arts Alliance, Salem
Evangelical Congregational Church, Northwestern
Lehigh School District Community Education Program and at the Banana Factory.
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INDEX
CLASS
2-1-1 Information
ACBL Beginning Bridge
ACBL Duplicate Bridge
Acrylic
Acting
Advocate
Apprise
Arts & Crafts Group
Autumn Adventure
Bands, Bells, Balls
Basic Oriental Painting
Basket Classes
Beginner Square Basket
Benefits Checkup
Big Band
Bingo
Blood Pressure Check
Bomba Dance Lessons
Bountiful Bingo
Bridge
Broadway Musicals
Candidates Day
Cards & Games
Ceramics
Chi Kung
Chorus
Computer Maintenance
Computers
Creating a Legacy
Creative Arts
Cribbage
Current Events Group
Dance
Dance News
Duplicate Bridge
Elm St Luncheonette
Email & Wifi
Fables of Aesop
Fitness
Food Bank
Food Bank
Games & Cards
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Genealogy Lab Class
Golf League
Groups
Health
History
Holiday Closings
Ice Cream Socials
Index
Information
Information Technology
Inside Congress
Inside Hitler's Germany
Intro Computer I & II
Jazz Workshop
Karaoke
Knit & Chat Group
Krazy Kids
Lady Bugs Red Hats Group
Lap Swimming
Latin Salsa Band
Latin Salsa Dance Lessons
Legacy
Library & Café
Lifestyles
Line Dance-Peggy Sue
Line Dancing
Line Dancing Beginner
Lives of Impressionists
Location of Class
Log Cabin Basket
Lost and Found
Louise Class
Low Impact Aerobics
Low Income Guideline
Mah Jongg
Meet the Instructors
Member Memorial
Membership Dues
Membership Form
Memorial
Mother's Day Basket
Movies & More…
Movies at Noon
Music
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Orchestra
Performance Showcase
Philadelphia Orchestra
Pickleball
Picnic
Piloxing
Ping Pong
Pinochle
Pinochle Lessons
Poem, Robert Holland
Poker Club
Pool Table
Primary Election
Program Schedule
Quilting & Sewing Group
Recreaton
Red Hat Society Group
Registration Policy
S.A.G.E. Group
Saturday Night Dance
Scrabble
Secret Lives First Ladies
Singles Group
Spanish
Spelling Bee
Spirituality
Strength Training
Struggle Nelson Mandela
Studio Arts
Support the Troops
Swimming
T.O.P.S.
Table of Contents
Tai Chi Exercise
Tap Dance
Television Room 102
Traditional Tai Chi
Trip Policy
Trips 2015
Water Aerobics
Wednesday Dance
Windows 8 & 8.1
Yoga
Zumba Gold
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Lehigh County Aging
and Adult Services
Thank you for your sponsorship
And funding of Lehigh Valley Active Life
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COMPUTER PROBLEMS?
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Solutions, LLC
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Solutions and Support
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Cell
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Lehigh Valley Active Life
Presents:
Pennsylvania State
Senior Spelling Bee #6
Open to 55 years of age and up. Written elimination Aug 28, 7 p.m. at the
Lehigh Active Life , 1633 Elm Street, Allentown, PA. Final Oral Spelling
Bee will be held at The Great Allentown Fair on September 2, 2015
1:30 p.m. at the RCN Farmerama Theater.
Sponsor
1st Place $100
2nd Place $50
3rd Place $25
Sponsor
Registration
Fee $10
Send a check to:
Lehigh Valley Active Life
2010 Main Street
Whitehall, PA 18052
Include your name, address,
phone number, email address
and birth date.
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Dead line is
August 15, 2015
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