Upcoming Special Events & Programs

March Lakeville Luncheon
Tuesday, March 12, 11:30 a.m.

Enjoy a lunch of corned beef and cabbage or pork loin (indicate your choice when signing up), potatoes, salad, bun and dessert. Following lunch, play some bingo with prizes. Bingo is sponsored by Norbella. Deadline to register is Wednesday, March 6.

The cost for each luncheon is $14/LAAA members, $16/non-members. Lunch is catered by Chef Neal’s Healthy Meals of Lakeville. Sign up with payment at the Heritage Center, or by calling 952-985-4620 or online at webtrac.lakevillemn.gov.

No refunds will be given after the deadline. Save the date for May’s luncheon on Tuesday, May 14

March Lakeville Luncheon corned beef meal

Senior Living: Does the Thought of How and Where to Move Overwhelm You?
Wednesday, March 13, 1 p.m.

As pioneers in the Senior Move Management industry, Gentle Transitions has assisted thousands of Twin Cities older adults with their moves since 1990. Senior Move Specialist Lee Syndergaard will be presenting educational tips to help those considering an upcoming move or who would just like to declutter for the future. From downsizing, sorting, getting rid of the excess, to packing, unpacking and resettling, you will gain valuable knowledge and a multitude of resources to help you get through the process “gently”. 

Free to LAAA members, $5 non-members

Senior couple moving

Brain Health Workshop-Stay Sharp as You Age!
Tuesday, March 19, 1 p.m.

Stay sharp and active as you age! No need to accept the idea that your mental skills, memory, processing speed, etc. need to decline. Many individuals struggle with tasks like remembering grocery lists, phone numbers, names or simply remembering where they left their keys. Rich Frieder from Learning Rx will discuss the latest theories related to aging and our brain function, provide strategies for strengthening these skills and do some fun brain training exercises in the workshop. Participants will gain practical strategies on how to stay sharp as they age. Sign up at the Heritage Center or by calling 952-985-4620. Space is limited.

Free for LAAA members, $5 non-members

Brain drawing with lines

Neuropathy Presentation
Monday, April 1, 1-2:30 p.m.

Do you suffer from neuropathy? Neuropathy is a common concern among seniors, and treating the cause is important to eliminating symptoms. Dr. Ali Raymo from Lifeway Chiropractic will show a video that provides further understanding of neuropathy and its management. In addition, you'll have the opportunity to undergo a thermographic screening with our experienced doctor. This screening aims to assess and identify potential areas of concern, allowing us to tailor treatment plans to address symptoms such as numbness or tingling in the hands or feet, pain in extremities, balance issues, and/or burning sensation in the extremities. Sign up at the Heritage Center or by calling 952-985-4620. Space is limited.

Free for LAAA members, $5 non-members

Neuropathy Presentation, hands with stethoscope

April Lakeville Luncheon
Tuesday, April 9, 11:30 a.m.

Come and enjoy a lunch of goulash, corn, creamy coleslaw and a dessert. Following lunch, play bingo with prizes. Bingo is sponsored by Highview Hills. Deadline to register is Wednesday, April 3.

The cost for each luncheon is $14/LAAA members, $16/non-members. Lunch is catered by Chef Neal’s Healthy Meals of Lakeville. Sign up with payment at the Heritage Center, or by calling 952-985-4620 or online at webtrac.lakevillemn.gov. No refunds will be given after the deadline. Save the date for May’s luncheon on Tuesday, May 14

April Lakeville Luncheon goulash