Milford Senior Center, 9 Jepson Drive, offers a variety of activities for seniors; annual membership is $15; non-members $25. For more information visit milfordctseniorcenter.com or call 203-877-5131. Monday, Sept. 15 \u2014 9:30 arts and crafts; 10 rhythm and blues, ballroom aerobics; 10:30 low vision support group meets second Monday of the month; 11 ballroom cardio; 1 bingo, mah jongg, scrabble, art class; 4 line dance; 5 book club meets last Monday of the month; 5:30 pickleball; 6:30 model railroad group; open 6-8 on Mondays. Tuesday, Sept. 16 \u2014 9 beginners line dancing; 9:30 stretch, strengthen and stabilize; 10 ceramics, Gospel Choir; 10:30 osteoporosis exercise; 11:30 Morning Glorys sing-a-long; 1 Club C meeting followed by bingo, book club, meets last Tuesday of the month; 1:15 neuropathy explained; 1:30 tap dancing; 2 women\u2019s club third Tuesday of the month, quilting; 4:15 yoga. Wednesday, Sept. 17 \u2014 9:30 rhythm & blues, intermediate Tai Chi, beading class; 10 MSC band rehearsal, country western line dance class, beginners bridge; 10:30 beginners tai chi; 1 French, bingo, Wii bowling, bingo. Thursday, Sept. 18 \u2014 9:15 Morning Glorys sing a long; 9:30 computer class, advance registration required; 10 Writers Unlimited bi-monthly, Sept. 25, line dance; 11 computer class, advance registration, Italian class begins; 1 knitting, Wii bowling, bingo, beginner\u2019s bridge, Spanish. Friday, Sept. 19 \u2014 9-11:30 free haircuts, call Nancy Reed, 203-877-5131, ext. 2145; 9 ceramics; 9:30 stretch, strengthen and stabilize; 10 creative writing; 10:30 Linda\u2019s choral group; 1 art group; 1:15 movie, The Monuments Men, 1:30 pickleball, however on movie matinees, pickleball starts at 3. Sunday, Sept. 21 \u2014 Center is open noon-4 for cards and bingo, billiards and special program events. Pool room is open Monday-Friday, 9-4:30 and Sunday, noon-4. Band members sought \u2014 Linda Whittaker, band director at the Milford Senior Center, extends an invitation to seniors to join the band. All instruments are welcome, but flutes, clarinets, alto saxes, and trumpets are especially needed. Any bass instrument, bass guitar, bass keyboard, electric bass is desperately needed. The only requirements to join are to have one\u2019s own instrument (except keyboards which can be provided), be able to play it, and to come through the door with a smile every week. People who play piano keyboard are welcome to play some of the single line instrumental parts on the keyboard. Rehearsals are Wednesdays, 10-noon. For more information, call Linda at 203-877-2134 a few days ahead so she can prepare a music binder. Lunch offered Monday-Friday, 12:15. Complete dinner, $3, includes soup, dinner & dessert; sandwich dinner, $1.75, includes sandwich, soup & dessert; sandwich only, $1.25; soup only $.50. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich or tossed salad offered daily for $1; hot dogs, $1.50. Senior lunch Sept. 15-19 \u2014 Monday, chicken parmesan, pasta side, tossed salad; Tuesday, pork roast, potatoes, mixed vegetables; Wednesday, beef stew, egg noodles, corn bread; Thursday, kielbasa with sauerkraut, potatoes and carrots; Friday, breaded fish, sweet potato fries, cole slaw. Trips Sept. 17, Connecticut Day at the Big E, Springfield, Mass., $52. Sept. 21, Reefer Madness at the Warner Theatre, $60, lunch included. Sept. 29, Mohegan Night, $25, departs 1:15, returns 9:30. Oct. 11, Gilded Age of Opera at Nelson Hall, $50, lunch included. Oct. 25, Newsies at the Palace Theatre. STBA Direct from Broadway. Oct. 14, Oktoberfest at Log Cabin, $99, Jimmy Sturr Orchestra, Octoberfest meal. Nov. 13, South Pacific at Westchester, $95, includes lunch. Call for information on other tours including Colorado Rockies and Train Tour Sept. 5-13; Spain and Portugal River Cruise Oct. 3; Reflections of Italy Nov. 3-12; Christmas on the Danube Nov. 28-Dec. 6; Australia and New Zealand Cruise\/tour, January 2015; and America\u2019s Music Cities April 19-26, 2015. DAV Chapter 15 donates to the Center \u2014 Disabled Veterans of America, Chapter 15, has donated a reading device to the Milford Senior Center for individuals affected with macular degeneration. For more information, call Program Director, Amanda Berry, 203-877-51331. Art classes \u2014 Art classes are held each Friday, 1:30-3, Ceramics Room. Free paint and brushes. Ahrens program \u2014 Service offered to individuals with cognitive impairments who require a supervised environment at the Center. The program co-coordinator, Rita Whiskeyman, may be contacted for more information at 203-877-5131. The program is funded by the City of Milford and United Way of Milford, Inc. Low Vision group \u2014 meets the second Monday of the month, 10:30 a.m. Memoir workshop \u2014 Workshop participants meet every other Thursday, 10-11:30, card room. Writing is prompted by subjects presented by Judy, such as one\u2019s childhood home, the look, the feel, and the smells and sounds that remind us of our favorite Christmas, our first car, television in the early days, a job we liked or disliked, friends through the years or lessons we\u2019ve learned through our life. Participants will create a self portrait for future generations. Information: 203 877-5131. Zumba classes \u2014 Six-week sessions, $20. Sign up at the front desk. Center membership \u2014 Membership at the Center is open to Milford\u2019s older adults, 55 and over. Annual fee: $10. Interested residents may sign up at the Center or call Mary Steinmetz, 203-877-5131. Model Railroad Club \u2014 The formation of the Center\u2019s Model Railroad Club has begun. Membership is open to all Milford residents age 55 and older. The HO scale of model railroading will be used. Donations of any model railroading equipment or any scale and cash donations are accepted. Treasure Chest Consignment and Craft Shop \u2014 Open Monday to Thursday, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Friday, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Pool room open daily, and Monday & Thursdays, 6-8. Volunteers sought \u2014 The Ahrens Program, at the Milford Senior Center, provides recreational, nutrition and educational activities for older adults with physical and cognitive impairments. This program enables caregivers several hours of respite while the participant is being supervised by staff members and volunteers. If interested in volunteering, call Rita Whiskeyman, Ahrens program coordinator, 203-877-5131.