This Week's Activities
For information on any of the following events or to contact the activity leader call our office at 452-6883 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a good idea to let the activity leader know if you plan to attend an event or even if you're just thinking about attending. This way you will be notified of any last-minute changes!
Sunday, May 22
Brunch: 11:15am, every Sunday at 99 Restaurant, 107 Wolf Road, Colonie, with the last Sunday of the month at TGIF. Host: Lynn.
Indoor Tennis: Tri-City Fitness, Latham. Ends on May 22.
10-11:30am, mixed doubles, men’s doubles & women’s doubles. Sign up is necessary! Call Carol.
11:30-1pm, Drop-in tennis. Both men & women are welcome to join. This is less competitive and a good place to “renew” your skills or begin your tennis playing. Dan, email@example.com.
NEW — Outdoor Tennis Begins on May 29: 10am, Sand Creek Road (behind Colonie High School. Host, Dan.
4 pm, Potluck & Movie, Hanover Square
with Hosts, Ken C. & Jackie T.
6:15 pm, Community Ballroom Dance, Danceland in Latham (see the calendar for directions). Dance begin at 6:15pm with a group lesson with open dancing from 7-10pm. Dances include a7:45pm “Grand March Mixer” and an 8:30pm “Showcase Dance” performance. Open to all. $10. Sponsored by Singles Outreach & Albany DanceSport with male & female dancing hosts.
May 22: 6:15pm, Salsa dance lesson with Hershell Allen.8:30pm: Showcase Dance, foxtrot by Tamara & Tom Russell.
Monday, May 23
Anger Management by Will Gifford
A Monday Workshop (not on the SOS calendar)
May 23, 6pm, Hanover Square (before the Monday movie)
In 1985 Will Gifford offered one of the first workshops for SOS – on Anger.
Eight months ago, dealing with a commercial transaction, he “lost his temper.”
A month later, due to the “loss of temper” incident he was arrested on a cruise ship by police, handcuffed and shackled, and spent the next six days in prison with minimal contact with the outside. In this workshop he will tell his story and reflect upon the challenges of “Anger Management.”
Movie & Popcorn
Lucky Numbers with John Travolta
7pm, Hanover Square $3/$5
Tuesday, May 24
6 pm, Hanover Square
Out and About in the Capital District
with Esther M.
7pm: Hanover Square $5/$3
Wednesday, May 25
Lunch: 11:15am, The Radisson, Wolf Rd (formerly Holiday Inn). Host, Wally.
Paddlers: 1 pm, Paddle at Kinderhook Lake. Call Ellen. From Albany, take I-90 East to Exit 12, turn Right on Route 9 South for 2.3 miles, turn left on County Route 28, about 2 miles to bridge then NYS Boat Launch on right at outlet of Kinderhook Lake, Niverville. Pack the essentials (lunch, water, sunblock, swim wear, rain gear, etc.) for day paddle.
Bowling: 7 pm, Spare Time Lanes, Route 2, Latham
Summer Bowling starting May 18 - $8.00 for 3 games (No discount for fewer games). Shoe rental is $3.00 if needed. Come join the fun! Host: Judy.
Thursday, May 26
10 am, Various Locations
Hosted by John.
Pinochle (Beginners are welcome)
1 pm, Hanover Square. $3/$5.
Hidden Garden Tour
4 pm, The Friends of Prospect Park host the 17th Annual Hidden Garden Tour in Troy. A self-guided walking tour features private backyard gardens in the historic Sage College, Washington Park and downtown Troy. Tickets: $10. For details, call Ellen 235-5526, $3/$5.
Friday, May 27
Golf every Friday
7:45 am, Mill Road Acres
Martha or Barbara
The “Soul Man” is Back
With “A Little Bit Country” and “A Little Bit Rock & Roll,” Join Don, The Soulman, Hyman for an evening of music from “Take Your Cheat’n Heart” to “Before the Next Tear Falls” and Hank Williams, Shinia Twain, Ray Charles and Glen Campbell.
Dress for this Hootenanny with cowboy hats and boots with prizes for the best country outfits. 7 pm Hanover Square, $5. There is a new sheriff in town.
Saturday, May 28
9 am, Skyline Diner, Rensselaer, across the street from Aldi's & Rite Aid, on the right side. Please call for a head count, Maureen L.
7 pm, Hanover Square, $3/$5
Come join the fun with pinochle, scrabble, trivial pursuit, dominoes, bridge and more. Host, Martha.
For information on any of the above events or to contact the activity leader call our office at 452-6883 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org