Greetings friends and neighbors! We all have had a busy summer with some great family times, many of you going on vacation and a small core group attending our June, July and August events here at the Spinney. Now that the summer is ending and our clubhouse will be soon opening, we are sure that more of you will attend the activities we have planned for September and beyond!
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 518-439-0164 to let me know what you are planning to attend!
Tai Chi for Health
Weekly class, all ages and abilities are welcome. Class will take place at the Bethlehem Public Library. Participants will build on skills from week to week. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. For more information and to register, call 439-9314.
Cinema at the Library: The Zookeeper’s Wife
Friday, September 8th, 2PM
The Zookeeper’s Wife will be shown at the Bethlehem Public Library.
Meet the Author: Elizabeth Brundage
Monday, September 11th, 1:30PM
Celebrated local author, Elizabeth Brundage, will appear at the Bethlehem Public Library to discuss her novel All Things Cease to Appear. This event will replace our book club this month.
Lunch with Neighbors
Wednesday, September 13th, 11AM
Enjoy this month’s lunch with neighbors at the 165 Restaurant in the Normanside Country Club. Reservations to Connie by 9/1 at 3PM at email@example.com or (518) 439-0164.
Make Your Own Autumn Wreath
Friday, September 15th, 10:30AM
Create your own special autumn wreath in the Model Cottage (8 Rembiano Court). Material cost is $6 per person. If you have a glue gun, please bring it. RSVP early as there are supplies for 12 people.
Apple Picking at Indian Ladder
Monday, September 18th, 10AM
Meet at the Model Cottage and carpool to Indian Ladder Farms for apple picking! There is an opportunity to pick your own (why not share a bag?) or purchase some at the lovely store. There is also a nice café for lunch.
Tuesday, September 19th, 1PM
We all live with some degree of stress and it can get in the way of our everyday life. Why not join us to learn how to meditate for stress relief. Dayle Groudine, Reiki Master (and Spinney resident!), will guide us through self-cleansing the 7 Chakras (the energy centers of our body in which energy flows) and a guided visualization meditation. Please bring a water bottle, blanket/yoga mat/pillow if you wish to lie on the floor or if you want to cover up under a blanket… of course, some might prefer meditating in a chair. Event will take place at the Bethlehem Public Library Board Room.
Learn to Arm Knit
Wednesday, September 20th, 2PM
Learn how to knit an infinity scarf using yarn and your arm at the Bethlehem Public Library. No experience necessary! Bring one skein of super bulky yarn. Sign up by calling (518) 439-9314. Limited to 15 people so sign up fast!
Mardi Gras Dinner Cruise
Friday, September 22nd, 7-9PM
Enjoy a Mardi Gras Dinner cruise on the Minnie Ha Ha in Lake George, NY. Arrive early to assure parking and tickets. Tickets can be booked on Lake George Steamboat Company’s website.
Monday, September 25th, 1:30-3PM
Spend an hour writing with the last half hour for optional sharing and feedback at the Bethlehem Public Library. Open to anyone interested in writing; all abilities, genres welcome.
Nutrition for 55 and Up
Tuesday, September 26th, 11AM
Nutrition can be a balancing act! Meet in the front lobby of ShopRite of Slingerlands for a program on nutrition. Get the skinny on what is best for our age group to be focusing on for optimum health. Refreshments will be served.
Thursday, September 28th, 1PM
We will celebrate all of you who have had recent birthdays or will have your birthday this month! Come stop by the Model Cottage for cake!
Coffee and Conversation
Friday, September 29th, 1PM
The Bethlehem Public Library will be discussing jazz over coffee!
LOOKING AHEAD: Storytelling Fundraiser
Tuesday, October 19th, 1PM
The Spinney at Van Dyke will be hosting a special fundraiser at the new Clubhouse to benefit the Bethlehem Food Pantry. We will be enchanted by Kate Dudding, a professional storyteller, bringing us through music and tales back to the best Broadway composers and lyricists of all time. Bring your friends, relatives and neighbors to this lovely afternoon. Tax deductible donation of $10 per person – checks made payable to Bethlehem Food Pantry.