Amesville Senior Center
OcPAID FOR BY THE ATHENS COUNTY SENIOR LEVY AND THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
MEETS 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 9-NOON BREAKFAST SERVED AT 9:00 AM
Upcoming programs: Speakers usually speak at 10 a.m.
October 8 - Richard Dean will be doing a presentation about Ephraim Cutler at the Amesville Senior Center next Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Breakfast at 9:00 and speaker starting around 10:00.
October 22 Bob Scott Placier will be the speaker at the Amesville Senior Center. He’ll be talking about local birds, their habits, bird banding and much more. Breakfast at 9:00 am and presentation around 10:00.
November 12, 2019 - Join Miriam Intrator, the Rare Books Librarian, and Stacey Lavender, Curator of Manuscripts, from Ohio University's Alden Library. They will bring Civil War letters, love letters from university students of the 1930s, intake papers from the asylum patients, rare and special books including artist books, surveys of soldiers involved in the D-Day landing, student handbooks, dance cards, photos of University events—floods, disturbances, celebrations, etc., and more. They will also spend just a few minutes talking about the Mahn Center.
While older adults in and around Amesville are among the more active users of the Village’s ½ mile of paths, Gifford park, exceptional recreational services and our community center, they also have their very own programs and services—the Amesville Senior Center.
You’ll be amazed when you read all that’s going on in the quarterly schedule posted to the Village Productions website. Euchre, digital photography, discussion groups, computer application classes—there’s something for absolutely everyone.
We invite you to experience the benefits of our creative programs and helpful services—including improved health, lower stress, new skills, greater independence and lasting friendships and memories. Hope to see you soon!
All programming takes places on the First Floor of the Village Productions building (see schedule on this website). Some key features of the center are:
Free wifi access
Coffee and breakfast
Books from the New Coonskin Library
Internet and computer assistance
Crafts, games and discussions
We're planning a tour to the Oak Barrel Plant in Jackson, Ohio for some time in 2019.