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  • AARP Full Course

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebear.ce.feepay.org. No drop-ins. For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.
  • AARP Refresher

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebearregistration.org. No drop-ins.For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.  The Refresher Course is 4 hours and is for those who have completed a Full Course but need to renew the certificate.
  • AARP Refresher

    Minnesota law mandates a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for persons 55 years and older who complete a defensive driving class. Courses consist of an overview of safe driving; there are no writing or driving tests required. Classes take place at the Senior Center located at Senior Center 2484 East County Road F, White Bear Lake, unless otherwise stated. Advanced registration is required and can be done by mail, walk-in, or online at www.whitebearregistration.org. No drop-ins.For a complete listing of other sites and classes, call the AARP Information Center at (952) 858-9040.  The Refresher Course is 4 hours and is for those who have completed a Full Course but need to renew the certificate.
  • Basics of Golf for Adults

    Explore learning the fundamentals of golf - grip, stance, swing, use of basic clubs, golf etiquette and an overview of the game. Bring a putter and clubs to each session. Balls and mats are provided. The first class meets at South Campus.  The class may make use of the Aldrich Dome or  the Keller Range for some sessions. A minimal fee for this is payable at the dome ($5-$15). Aldrich Dome, 2166 White Bear Avenue, Maplewood Keller Golf Course, 2168 Maplewood Drive, Maplewood
  • Bocce Ball

    Love the game or new to it... Join us. Bocce, also known as Italian lawn bowling, is one of the most widely played games in the world and is one of the oldest lawn or yard games.
  • Chat Cafe

    Engaging conversation paired with a hot, catered meal. Program and meal supported by the Rasmussen Family Education and Scholarship Fund. Registration for each discussion is required, $5.00 donation is encouraged. June 18 - Remembering When: A Fire and Fall Prevention Program for Older Adults - White Bear Lake Fire DepartmentCome and learn tips from the White Bear Fire Department on fire and fall prevention safety. Fire safety topics will include keeping your house safe inside and out, fire alarms and escape routes. Fall prevention topics will include how to avoid falls, improving lighting, unseen tripping hazards and foot wear. July 16 - Smile Care as We Age, Dr. Colleen Holtz, White Bear DentistsJoin us for a complimentary lunch with Robert and Dr. Colleen Holtz from White Bear Dentists for a Q&A about your dental needs! Topics will include dental insurance, discount plans, financing, maximizing your benefits, and the importance of dental care as you age. The team at White Bear Dentists look forward to seeing you there! August 20 - Exploring 2nd Half with Lyngblomsten, Lynn Amon, Program Coordiantor, 2nd Half with LyngblomstenExploring 2nd Half with Lyngblomsten programs in the White Bear Lake Area, an expanding resource in the Northeast metro.
  • HealthRHYTHMS Drumming

    HealthRHYTHMS group drumming is an evidence-based wellness program that promotes relaxation and boosting of the immune system. Join us for one hour of drumming, wellness exercise, in an outdoor classroom (weather permitted), as we discover the rhythm of our hearts. All instruments provided. No experience is necessary!
  • Lunch & Learn with the Elder Resource Specialist

    Navigating supportive services for elders can be overwhelming. Bring a lunch and learn about local resources. Bring your questions! June 6 - Food Support and Nutrition Assistance Programs for SeniorsWould you like to know more about the Fare for All Grocery Discount Program, area food shelves and what they now offer and who is eligible, monthly federal Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors or Food Support to help stretch your nutrition dollars? Come learn about what is available that might help you or a friend or neighbor. July - No Class August 1 - Planning for Your Future  Have you thought about a Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, Writing Your Own Will? We will share simple steps you can take take now to get started and resources available to you complete the planning process. These are free classes, but registration is appreciated.
  • Senior Center Crafts

    Join us for a craft at the Senior Center.   June 11 - Patriotic Door/Wall HangingProudly display and show your civic pride by creating a rustic representation of our American Flag. July  9- Mandala Rock PaintingTurn an ordinary rock into a thing of beauty! Creating mandalas require attentiveness, calmness to color the circular patterns, enhancing concentration, relieving stress and reducing anxiety, and its fun! August 6 - Bead Soup BraceletCreate a one of a kind bracelet out of colorful beads and memory wire
  • Senior Program Donation

    To provide essential services and utilize the gifts of our ever-growing aging population, the White Bear Area Senior Program relies on and appreciates our neighbors' continuous and generous financial support.  Our mission is to provide information, activities, and services to enhance the lives of older adults. We strive to provide and create opportunities in a manner which affirms the dignity and self-worth of each individual. Last year we: Delivered over 16,000 meals through Meals on Wheels; Provided over 3,300 rides on the Lionmobile; Connected countless individuals and families to housing, transportation, nutrition, medical and social services through our Elder Resource Specialists; Facilitated 14 weekly activities for 447 Senior Center members; and Engaged over 300 volunteers who gave back thousands of hours to their community. In addition, the White Bear Area Senior Program provides a foot care clinic, Medicare consultants, the Craft Corner Gift Shop and a library, as well as AARP Smart Driver education, adult enrichment and fitness classes. To accomplish all of this, the White Bear Area Senior Program relies on the financial support of generous donors like yourself. Please consider including the White Bear Area Senior Program in your annual giving. All gifts are appreciated and tax-deductible.
  • TED Talks

    TED Talks (Technology, Education, Design) started as a conference where these three subjects converged.  Today, TED Talks share ideas from across a broad broad spectrum of topics from science to glbal issues. Join us for viewing a TED Talk followed by group discussion. Bring your own lunch.  June 13 - The Importance of Talking about Climate Change July 11 - A Mother and Son's Photographic Journey through Dementia August 8 - How Can We Help Young People Build a Better Future These are free classes, but registration is appreciated.