Ladies get out your dresses!


Men, get out your suits!


Everyone put on your dancing shoes for…


The Senior Prom & Dinner! Sponsored by Bellingham High School Student Council


Friday, June 16


4-7 p.m. (Dinner served at 5 p.m.)


Enjoy live music & dancing tunes


RSVP to the Bellingham Senior Center Front desk 508-366-0398.  No fee






MassBar Association “A Legal Checkup”


Tuesday, June 13


6-7 p.m. Q&A to follow


Please sign up at the front desk 508-966-0398






The Bellingham Elder Service Group is hosting a Pasta Dinner Fundraising Event on Saturday, June 24 at 5 p.m.


$10, children under the age of 10 $5


Please sign up at the front desk 508-966-0398 .






Bellingham Senior Center Learning & Cultural Series


Well known Professor & Historian, Gary Hylander will begin a 4 part series entitled “Treason Season”: discussing famous traitors of America’s past. Part 1 of this series features “Benedict Arnold “on Friday, June 23 at 1:30 p.m. Please sign up at the front desk 508-966-0398. No Fee








The Zen of Adult Coloring (Zentangle)


Adult coloring has become very popular lately. Zentagle is an activity that has many health benefits, such as stress reduction, relaxation, and a sense of wellbeing. Join certified instructor Cindy O’Brien!


Cost of this course is $15 PP and includes a coloring book and colored pencils. The event date is Tuesday July 11th from 5 to 7 PM. Please sign up at the front desk 508-966-0398.


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