Montpelier Senior Activity Center
End Of Life Series - Starting September 8th, 2022
The End of Life Series returns this fall with their first event, Advance Care Planning, happening on September 8th, 2022. Join Cynthia Stadler APRN, from BAYADA Hospice, for a four-part series exploring important issues encountered towards the end of life. We will introduce a different topic each session, but also allow plenty of time to discuss questions, concerns, and thoughts participants wish to bring.
Sessions will be in-person at MSAC and refreshments will be served. Topics include Advance Care Planning; Being Mortal film screening; Taking Control at End of Life; and Understanding Dementia.
Call to register: 802-223-2518
The Montpelier Senior Activity Center (MSAC) is a gathering place for healthy aging, lifelong learning and delicious meals.
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MSAC's current offerings
Check out our Spring Program Guide to see what classes are upcoming through MSAC, plus M-Th FEAST Meals on Wheels deliveries, twice weekly FEAST Curbside Pickup meals, over a dozen drop-in groups and bimonthly foot clinics at our facility, plus special events on occasion, including Director Teas! Finally, check out MSAC at Home for assistance with select indoor and outdoor chores, technology and more!
Stay Informed about Montpelier Senior Activity Center:
To join our e-list and receive our weekly e-letter, email: email@example.com. Regularly updated announcements and events online and in-person are available at: https://www.montpelier-vt.org/1128/Special-Events . Click on links at left. Call our office with other questions at 223-2518!
Graffiti Removal Infrastructure Team (GRIT)
Have Fun While Helping Montpelier Look Better!
Are you disturbed by the increase in graffiti appearing on buildings, retaining walls, signs, bridges, benches and other places in Montpelier? If so, you’re not alone. Some who have noticed the increase have formed a volunteer group to restore the city’s infrastructure to its pre-vandalized state. (See “before” and “after” photos.)
Known as GRIT (Graffiti Removal Infrastructure Team), the group was founded by Nancy Schulz and had its first outing in May with seven volunteers. GRIT enjoys the support of the Department of Public Works, the Police Department, Montpelier Alive, and MSAC.
Typically, GRIT members identify places in the downtown that have been vandalized and need to be cleaned up. GRIT members scrape off stickers, use wipes treated with solvents, and paint over graffiti. The day and time of outings varies according to the weather.
New volunteers are welcome and you don’t need to commit to regular attendance. You can come just once or as often as you like. The work isn’t physically demanding and requires no prior experience or specific skills.
For more information, please contact Nancy Schulz: SaddleShoes2@gmail.com
Do you want to keep your mind and body sharp? Our core program is our outstanding and diverse set of more than 75 affordable weekly classes, including classes in movement, the humanities, art, and technology. Learn more.
Your sense of adventure is alive and well. Harness that spirit and travel with us and other members to destinations near and far. Learn more.
Clinics & Resources
We partner with numerous community organizations to provide you with valuable information and services. Learn more.
Groups and Special Events
In addition to our classes, we also offer lots of lectures, presentations, activities, meals, and groups that are open to all older adults, many at no cost. Learn more.
The FEAST nutrition program for older adults provides healthy and delicious meals to the community. Learn more.