Windsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This September (Public Welcome)

WILMINGTON, MA — The following events are FREE and OPEN TO ALL (regardless of age) at Windsor Place of Wilmington (92 West Street) this September:

Monday, September 3, 2018 & 17, 2018
Chair Yoga with instructor Marianne Bergonzi
10:00 am, Activity Room
All are welcome to attend Marianne’s bi-monthly yoga class. Yoga is a study of your body, mind and breath. It is about learning how to undo unconscious repetitive patterns of movement that do not serve us well. Yoga teaches us how to open up the joints of our body and allow more supple movement of the spine, freeing ourselves of tension and stress. This class will last for 45 minutes.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Music Program: New performer Vanessa Salvucci, vocals
2:30 pm, Activity Room
Vanessa Salvucci is an entertaining vocalist and songwriter. After graduating from Boston University, she spent several years as an intern and cast member for the Walt Disney Company. Recognized for her versatility and ability to appeal to audiences of all ages, one can find Vanessa performing the Star Spangled Banner at Celtics games, Bruins face offs and DJing at Fenway Park for Red Sox Nation as well as the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium. Vanessa is the great niece of our residents Bill and Adriana DiGiuseppe.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Steps in Time Dance program with Michael Windward
2:30 pm, Activity Room
Michael Winward, an independent dance artist, will be coming by for another
afternoon of ballroom dancing. With influences in American-style ballroom, ballet and contemporary dance practices, his work places a strong focus on building connections. Connection to one’s body, one’s self, one’s audience; connection between dance partners, connection within and across communities. In 2016, Michael founded Steps in Time, a program that brings ballroom dance workshops to senior communities. Ballroom dancing provides incredible benefits to older adults. It encourages good posture and it provides low-impact, cardiovascular exercise. All are welcome, whether you’d like to participate or just spectate!

Friday, September 14, 2018
Gary Hylander Lecture
Topic: Abandon Ship: The Indianapolis
11:00 am, Activity Room
Gary Hylander holds a Doctorate in Presidential History and is a scholar entirely impassioned by his subject matter. He makes U.S. history come alive as he lectures each month. After delivering an atomic bomb to Tinian Island for the air attack upon Hiroshima, the Indianapolis was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine on July 30, 1945.  An estimated 300 sailors were killed immediately and another 900 sailors were swept into the Pacific Ocean. Battered by high seas, hypothermia and dehydration, only one-third of the men managed to survive. While Captain Charles McVay survived the sinking, he never truly survived. The sinking of the Indianapolis was the single worst naval disaster at sea in American history. An official cover-up was already underway.

Thursday, September 27, 2018
Lecture: Bob Upton, Revere Beach Historian
2:30 pm, Activity Room
As an avid Revere Beach enthusiast Bob Upton will guide us through the early years of “the beach” before 1896 until today as America’s First Public Beach. As the creator and proprietor of the popular RevereBeach.com website, Bob has been sharing the rich history of Revere Beach with audiences all throughout the region and the world online for more than 20 years. This presentation is very interactive as Bob will encourage participation and engagement with the audience. He wants to hear about your memories and recollections about the beach!

(NOTE: The above information is from Windsor Place of Wilmington.)

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