All classes require registration, Center membership is required: must show current membership card at registration. Please feel free to come and observe any class. Refunds for missed classes must be requested from the instructor.


Chair Yoga in Person starting June 10th

Thursdays, 9:15-10 am

Participants will be guided through a series of stretches and yoga postures that are modified while sitting in a chair. Each class also includes breathe awareness techniques and guided relaxation. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing for class. 

Cost: $20 for 5-week session. Completed waiver form required.  You may register on the first day of class. Checks and form can be mailed to Chris Darby-King, 109 Spring Road, Glenville, NY 12302.

Advance Italian Class in Person

Fridays at 1:30 pm

Everyone is welcome. There is no fee. The only expense is to buy your own books. The classes are informal and enjoyable. We have fun as we learn to read, write and speak the beautiful language. Anyone interested in joining the class should contact John Alfano at 518-881-8985 or email: for more information.                                                                                            Ciao!

Book Club In Person and Zoom

First Monday of the Month,10 am

July meeting is second Tuesday due to the Fourth of July holiday being observed on Monday.

All Center members are welcome to join our monthly sessions. For each meeting, please read the book and be prepared to join the discussion.


       June:   Fifty Words for Rain by Asha Lemmie

       July:   Iron Lake: A Novel by William Kent Krueger

       August:  The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

       September: Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo

       October:  We Must be Brave by Frances Liardet

Read the book, join in and share your reactions.  We are a friendly group. We will resume meeting at the Center but you may contact us if you want to still participate via Zoom.  Kathy

Tai Chi Practice 

Tuesdays, 9 am, in person

Thursdays, 9am, via Zoom

We are a small group of tai chi enthusiasts who meet weekly to practice and maintain our skills. We warm up gently, with easy stretches. We practice Dr. Paul Lam's Sun form that is taught in the MVP class at the center (Tai Chi for Arthritis). We also practice the popular Yang 24 form, and a Wu-style form. We end with Qi Gong, stationary movements with deep breathing. Offered to members only at no cost. You are welcome to join us, whatever your level of skill.

Silver Threads Quilters

Thursdays, 1-3 pm, returning in September

We are a friendly group who share threads of wisdom and create works of art. Free to members

Bocce Ball

 Tuesdays at 9:30 am

As soon as the weather is nice enough, the bocce court is ready for play. Is anyone interested in starting a regular group?

Knitting and Crocheting

Tuesdays, 1 pm

Calling all knitters or crocheters - please bring a project to work on and hopefully we'll get a group to meet on a weekly basis.


Fridays, 10:00 am

Please join us in the library for fun, laughter and cards. If you don't know the game, we will teach you

Senior Center Photographers

Thursdays, 10 am

Activities include taking photo trips to local sites, sharing slides and prints, demonstrating the capabilities of a photo-editing program on the Center's computer, and discussing any aspect of film or digital photography.

Mah Jong

Wednesdays, 9:00 am

Anyone who knows the game is welcome to join us. We have the game boards or you can bring your own.

Oil, Acrylic & Art

Fridays, 10 am - 1 pm

See instructor, Dani Morette, for fees and schedule. Whether a beginner or an experienced painter, you can learn new techniques or brush up on what you already know. Bring your own supplies for your intended new creation. Paint whatever you  desire. Certified by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the instructor, Dani Morette, will provide guidance on color, mixing, technique and application.

Paint with Peggy

Please bring a bag lunch. Cost: $45 per class. To register: email, call or text Peggy 518-925-2238. I will confirm registration by email. Please include a phone number with your information in case there is a last-minute change. Covid notes: Class size will be limited to 4 students (1 per table). Masks required.

Monday, June 21st 

Homestead in the Hills

This cabin is nestled in the foothills of the mountains.  As you paint this nostalgic scene, you will learn how to set a "mood" and create depth in a painting, Peggy will guide you through how to paint distant mountains, a basic building, and a dirt road that disappears behind the home. Students enjoy painting this warm, inviting scene.

Card Playing

Mondays and Thursdays, 12:30 pm

We play bridge, pinochle, canasta, Hand-and-foot card game and mah jong. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends. Generally, foursomes are established and seldom have openings for drop-in players. If interested, stop by the front desk and add your name to the list of new interested players, indicating the game(s) of your interest. You can then follow up with people on the list to establish new groups of play.

Duplicate Bridge

Tuesdays 12:30 - 4:00 pm

Sign up starts at 12:15. Play begins promptly at 12:30. No duplicate experience is necessary. This is a friendly game! Come with your partner. If you need a partner or have any questions please call

Anne Bishop at 518-372-7254;


Mon, Wed, Fri 4 pm

Novice Play is scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays except where noted on calendar. Questions? Leave a message at the desk.