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August 2014 Living 50Lake Oswego Adult Community Center WWW.LOACC.INFO 50+ September / October 2014Living Lake Oswego Adult Community Center Come in to pick up a pedometer and get walking! Whoever has the most steps at the end of September wins gift certificates good for ACC classes and trips! Experts At Living Well September is National Center month and the theme is “Experts at Living Well.” Not a member yet? Join as a new member* in the month of September and get entered to win a Kindle! Come help us celebrate! Contests, giveaways, fun and prizes! Everything kicks off September 2, so get ready! You can enter all three contests listed below, but one entry in each contest per person, please. Contest 1: What is your secret to living well? We will post your answers all over the ACC and the best response wins a $50 gift certificate good for ACC classes and more! Call Maria at 503-635-3758 for the form to fill out and for details. Contest 2: Living Well Scavenger Hunt Open to all ACC members. Not a member yet? No problem - you can sign up now and still play! Come by the ACC on or after September 2 and pick up the Scavenger Hunt list. Get as much done on that list and come away a winner! Top scavenger hunter gets a $100 gift certificate for ACC classes, reservations at an upcoming Lakewood production and more! Contest 3: Living Well Step Challenge Open to the first 100 ACC members who register! Not a member? That’s ok. You can sign up right away and take the challenge! Come in to pick up a pedometer and get walking! Whoever has the most steps at the end of September wins gift certificates good for ACC classes and trips! There are no losers here, though. You will get to keep your pedometer even if you didn’t have the most steps, and you have the great health benefits of all that walking. Details and pedometers will be available for pick up after 8 a.m. on September 2. Grand Finale September 30 at 5 p.m.! Party at the ACC featuring refreshments, music and Awards Ceremony! Even if you didn’t enter the contests, come to the party and enjoy the treats! * New members or those who have lapsed membership of two years or more. Getting Ready For Home Sharing Is Shared Housing for You? Experiencing too much house for one? Wondering about the legal aspects of shared housing? Need to downsize your stuff before you can consider home sharing? Learn more about sharing space in a conversation with the founders of Portland Metro-based “Let’s Share Housing,” Michele Fiasca and Zoe Morrison, who also share their homes. There is no cost, but you must preregister by calling 503-635-3758. Continental breakfast and coffee served. Downsizing! 10496 9-10:30a M 9/8 ACC Room: Dogwood Shared Housing 10497 5:30-7p F 10/24 ACC Room: Dogwood Legends and Lore of Lake Oswego Discover Lake Oswego’s rich history and explore legends of centuries past with an inaugural haunted historic tour. Enjoy a twilight stroll throughout downtown filled with fun folklore, antique sites, spirits, and storytelling. This family friendly event will take place rain or shine, so be sure to register early! Tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours. Staff ACC Room: Lobby Cost: $13 10470 5:30p F 10/24 Jottings Special Event: “Meet the Author” Area Jotter and newly-published author Mary Lansing, MA, MFT, will host a book discussion group October 3 at 1 p.m. Mary’s newly published book Stop It! was 20 years in the making. She brings a difficult but vital subject: how to intervene when witnessing an adult abusing a child in a public space. Mary has been licensed as a marriage, family and child therapist for the past 35 years. No cost. Wine and cheese served. Call to reserve a spot. Workshops & Seminars Memory Loss, Alzheimer’s, and Dementia Three workshops to help you understand the dynamics of memory loss: the warning signs, challenges, how to get a diagnosis, and treatment options. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association. Reservations required. 10504 10a-Noon W 9/10 Know the Ten Signs 10506 10a-Noon W 10/8 The Basics: Memory Loss 10505 6:30p-8p W 11/19 Conversations about Dementia Helping LO Businesses Better Serve Older Customers What is the Age Friendly Business Certification? Join Elders in Action’s volunteer evaluation team. Perform an important service by helping willing businesses and public agencies understand the needs of older customers. Reservations required. 10527 9a-Noon Th 10/9 Information and Training Noon-4:30p Th 10/16 Post Visits Debriefing Medicare & You in 2015 Nearing Medicare or want to change providers? What is Open Enrollment? Clackamas County Certified Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) Counselors will be at the Adult Community Center to provide information and answer questions. Reservations required. 10498 10a-Noon Th 10/23 10500 6:30-8p Th 10/23 Don’t Be a Patsy! The Latest Scams, Fraud and Exploitation Every year, thieves and con artists cheat thousands of Oregonians of money and valuable personal information. The elderly are often victims of these crimes, although Boomers are also being targeted. To stop fraud before it starts and avoid becoming a victim, Ellen Klem, Director of Consumer Education and Outreach for the Attorney General and Oregon Department of Justice, discusses how to make wise consumer decisions and protect yourself, your family, your money, and your personal information. Reservations required by August 29. 10526 10:30a-Noon W 9/3 OHSU Oral Health Research Study The ACC has been randomly selected to be part of a study on Oral Health Needs and Dental Care Services for Older Adults in Clackamas County. Your participation may help provide information on the dental needs of seniors in our community. This will only take 30 minutes of your time. No identifiable information about you will be collected. You will receive supplies that may be used with your daily oral hygiene or dental care. Appointment required. 9a-4p W 9/3 Contents Adult Fitness . . . . . . . . .2 Computer & Technology . . . .2 Cultural . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Human Services . . . . . . . .3 Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Day Trippers . . . . . . . . . .4 What’s for lunch? . . . . . . .4 Lake Oswego Adult Community Center 505 G Avenue Lake Oswego, OR 97034 503-635-3758 Living 50+Registration begins on Monday, August 11, 10am. Adult Fitness Walk with Ease Start the day off right with an evidenced-based walking program from the Arthritis Foundation to reduce pain and improve health. Class includes book guide. Staff ACC Room: Lobby ACC Members $23/All Others $35 10012 8-9a Tu-Th 9/2-10/30 Zumba Gold 50+ Ditch the workout, join the party! Enjoy rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international music. Easy-to-follow dance moves and no previous dance experience necessary. Mary Weber ACC Room: Oak ACC Members $54/All Others $81 10056 4-5p M 9/8-10/27 Alesha ACC Room: Oak ACC Members $61/All Others $92 10059 3-4p W 9/3-10/29 Aerobic Exercise to Music An easy low-impact class designed for 50 and older who love to dance and move. Instructor will alternate from chair to standing. Nancy ACC Room: Birch ACC Member $113/All Others $170 10138 10-10:50a Tu-Th 9/2-10/30 Gentle Chair Yoga Focus on basic poses to promote ease in the body and increase mobility, flexibility, and strength. Poses are done seated or the chair is used for support in standing poses. Bring a mat. Pamela ACC Room: Alder ACC Member $58/All Others $87 10076 10-11a Tu 9/2-10/28 Gentle Yoga Focus on basic poses to promote ease in the body and increase mobility, flexibility, and strength. Chairs are used to make poses more accessible. Students must be able to get down to and up from the floor and stand for at least 15 minutes. Bring a mat. Pamela ACC Room: Alder ACC Member $58/All Others $87 10092 11:15a-12:15p Tu 9/2-10/28 Strength Training Experience low-impact training that uses weights and dynabands to strengthen muscles around joints. Bring a floor mat to Gail’s class. Gail ACC Room: Oak ACC Member $36/All Others $54 10107 9-10a M 9/8-10/27 ACC Member $41/All Others $62 10112 9-10a F 9/5-10/31 Nancy ACC Room: Oak ACC Member $41/Others $62 10118 9-10a W 9/3-10/29 10119 10:10-11:10a W 9/3-10/29 Stepping ON Building strength, balance, mobility, and skills to continue living independently with certified instructor Jacqueline Sinke. This workshop includes exercises, information on fall prevention, community safety, vision, medication review, safe footwear, and sleep. Pick up your registration form and healthy activity questionnaire. Print and bring online registration form to the ACC prior to first day of class. Jaqueline ACC Room: Cedar ACC Member $20/All Others $25 10144 9:30-11:30a Tu 9/16-10/28 Body In Motion Improve joints, flexibility, balance, tone, and enhance mental well being. Body in Motion combines Yoga, Pilates, and modern dance. Nancy ACC Room: Birch ACC Member $113/All Others $170 10128 9-9:50a Tu-Th 9/2-10/30 Sit and Be Fit Learn and practice exercises you can do while seated and standing. Participants do not have to stand if unable. Gail ACC Room: Oak ACC Member $77/All Others $116 10103 10:10-11:10a M/F 9/5-10/31 Back Care Increase flexibility, lower back and leg strength for proper lifting. Bring a floor mat to class. Gail ACC Room: Dogwood ACC Member $54/All Others $81 10147 11:30a-12:30p Fri 10/3-11/21 Dance Dance Aerobics - Try It Out for Free Class Join the fun derived from swing, ballroom, hip hop, modern and even a bit of ballet. ACC Room: Oak/Acorn 4:10-5:10p W 9/3 Dance Aerobics Join Laura and practice the moves and grooves to keep you healthy while having a great time. Class is taught similarly to line dance class, with basic steps that are easy to learn. No partners necessary. Laura ACC Room: Oak/Acorn ACC Member $62/All Others $78 10198 4:10-5:10p W 9/10-10/22 Line Dance- Try It Out for Free Class ACC Room: Oak/Acorn 4-5p Tu 9/9 Line Dance Class This beginning/easy class is an energetic class. New dancers are welcome! Designed for beginner or experienced dancers. Doug ACC Room: Oak/Acorn ACC Member $41/All Others $62 10200 4-5p Tu 9/16-10/28 Computer & Technology One-on-One Tutoring 1 hour tutoring session with knowledgeable instructors. Contact ACC for scheduling. ACC Member $15 per session/All Others $25 Microsoft Excel Beginning Create Spreadsheets to manage financial information. Richard ACC Room: Alder ACC members $30/All Others $45 10510 11a-12:30p F 9/5, 9/12, 9/19 Facebook Learn how to use this social media program Joy ACC Room: Alder ACC members $20/All Others $30 10208 2:30- 4p F 10/24-10/31 Craigslist Learn how to Purchase/Buy things on local Craigslist Joy ACC Room: Alder ACC members $10/All Others $15 10204 2:30- 4p F 10/10 Introduction to Twitter Learn how to “tweet” on Twitter Joy ACC Room: Alder ACC members $10/All Others $15 10014 2:30- 4p F 9/12 Ebay Learn how to Sell/Purchase things on EBAY Joy ACC Room: Alder ACC members $20/All Others $30 10201 2:30- 4p F 9/26-10/3 Introduction to Windows 8 Cherree ACC Room: Alder ACC members $20/All Others $30 10004 9 -10:30a W 10/1-10/8 MAC Classes Introduction to current MAC operating system Designed to help the user to become familiar with the latest Macintosh operating system Mark ACC Room: Alder ACC members $10/All Others $15 10514 11a- 12:30p F 9/5 How to switch to MAC from windows Learn to do things on a MAC that you did in Windows. Mark ACC Room: Alder ACC members $10/All Others $15 10515 11a- 12:30p F 9/19 If circumstances, such as lack of registration, require a program to be cancelled, the ACC will attempt to notify participants and refund all fees. Participant cancellations require notification to the ACC at least three business days before the beginning of the program to receive a refund. A $5 processing fee will be retained by the ACC for participant cancellations. Tai Chi Classes at the ACC Tai Chi: Advanced Long Form On-going class in the 103-movement Yang-style long form of tai chi chuan. Intended for people who have previously learned the 24-movement short form. Newcomers with Advanced Tai Chi Long Form experience welcome upon instructor approval. Fred ACC Room: Oak ACC Member $33/All Others $50 10063 9-10a Tu-Th 9/9-12/11 Tai Chi: Intermediate Continuing Tai Chi is a slow, graceful Chinese exercise that can benefit body, mind and spirit. Focus is ongoing instruction for students with previous experience. Newcomers with Tai Chi experience welcome upon instructor approval. Fred ACC Room: Oak ACC Members $33/All Others $50 10072 10:10-11:10a Tu-Th 9/9-12/11 Tai Chi Classes at the WEB Tai Chi for Better Balance This research-based program combines traditional tai chi forms with therapeutic exercises to improve balance and reduce falls. Open to beginning and continuing students. Staff WEB Room: Columbia ACC Member $65/All Others $98 10102 10:15-11:15a Tu/Th 9/9-12/11 Intermediate & Advanced Tai Chi A slow paced, low impact gentle movement art. Practice meditative mind-body exercises that increase balance, flexibility, and muscle strength. Designed for students who know at least the first half of the 24-movement short form. Staff WEB Room: Columbia ACC Member $65/All Others $98 10101 9-10a Tu/Th 9/9-12/11 NEW! Living 50+ WWW.LOACC.INFO Cultural Words of Wordsworth Focusing strictly on Wordsworth poetry, this workshop encourages participants to emulate the style of Wordsworth, while simultaneously creating their own unique poetic voice. All levels of experience welcome. ACC Member $27/All Others $41 Meghana ACC Room: Cedar 10189 3:15-4:15p W 9/17-10/22 Memoir Writing Write your life stories in a workshop setting of mutual trust and caring. Every life has a story; every story has a life. ACC Member $20/All Others $30 Ron ACC Room: Cedar 10190 10a-12p M 9/8-10/27 Birds Contemplate the birds from multiple perspectives of art, natural history, poetry, music, and evolutionary theory. Topics include: The Birds of Paradise, Hummingbirds; The Owl; and What It Means to Be a Chicken. Fritz ACC Room: Dogwood ACC Member $67/All Others $100 10192 1:30-3p F 9/12-10/17 Music Intro to Guitar This fun course is designed to teach the basic fundamentals and techniques needed to play guitar in any musical style. ACC Member $60/All Others $75 RMC Studio ACC Room: Willow 10295 5-6p W 9/17-10/22 Choral Group To all adults who want their voice to be heard! Learn the basics of proper vocal techniques, warm ups, and vocal health. This class is open to all who love to sing, come give it a try! ACC Member $30/All Others $45 RMC Studio ACC: Dogwood 10307 6-7p W 9/17-10/22 Intro to Keyboards Take a piano keyboard lesson series that you’ve always wanted, class is for the beginner or it’s been awhile. Learn the basics, beginning reading skills, rhythm, scales, and chords. ACC Member $60/All Others $75 RMC Studio ACC Room: Willow 10309 7-8p W 9/17-10/22 Arts & Crafts Make a Fall Wreath Welcome Fall by crafting a beautiful wreath! Your fall wreath will celebrate the season by adding a festive touch of color. ACC Member $10/All Others $15 Rebecca ACC Room: Cedar 10238 1-3p F 9/12 Create a Spooky Door Decoration Create a spooktacular decoration that is sure to thrill the little goblins that come to your door. ACC Member $10/All Others $15 Rebecca ACC Room: Cedar 10242 1-3p F 10/10 Bob Ross Oil Painting With the fantastic Bob Ross Wet-on-Wet Technique®, masterpieces that you never dreamed possible will flow from your brush. Easy step-by-step class takes beginners to seasoned painters from blank canvas to finished masterpiece in one class. All supplies provided. Judy ACC Room: Cedar ACC Member $48/All Others $72 Fisherman’s Trail 10248 1-4:30p Tu 9/30 Forest River 10257 1-4:30p Tu 10/28 Suddenly Sewing Learn and explore the basics of sewing machine use, ours or bring your own. The first class includes project supplies to make a table runner and a supply list is provided for remaining class projects. Instructor will contact you prior to class for details. Heather ACC Room: Cedar ACC Member $50/All Others $75 10269 1-3p W 9/17-10/22 Mexican Sugar Skulls Gaily decorated Day of the Dead (non-edible) Sugar Skull confections can be saved and used year after year. Skulls and decorations provided, take your own home at the end of class. Gail ACC Room: Spruce ACC Member $19/All Others $29 10273 1-3pm W 10/15 Knitting with Kat for Beginners Want to start but need instruction? New students please bring US size 11 (8mm) needles, yarn is provided. Kat ACC Room: Spruce ACC Member $17/All Others $26 10282 10-11:30a F 9/5-10/31 Health & Wellness Juicing for Better Health Fresh fruits and vegetables can boost health and vitality. Join us and discover the power of juicing and how to make it part of your daily life. Brooke ACC Room: Spruce ACC Members $21/All Others $32 10290 6-7:30p Tu 9/16 Meditation for Health and Happiness Actively develop a healthy mind and body and remove stress with comfortable meditation postures. Good for all health conditions, pain management. Open to all abilities. Surja ACC Room: Willow ACC Member $50/All Others $75 10239 4-5:30p Th 9/4-10/30 The Inner Bottom Line: Choices & Stress This class will help you understand how to reduce the everyday stresses in your life by making better choices and setting clearer boundaries. Olive ACC Room: Willow ACC Member $25/All Others $38 10371 9-11a Th 9/18-9/25 The Inner Bottom Line: How to Reduce Stress in Relationships Learn how to reduce self-blame, set higher standards and boundaries, say no, and find clarity and balance in relationships. Olive ACC Room: Willow ACC Member $25/All Others $38 10372 9-11a Th 10/16-10/23 Exploring Films Together: Discuss & Share Four week facilitated discussion group by avid film buff. Find others who are just as passionate about the art of films and film making as you. Popcorn provided, of course! Lynn WEB Room: Yamhill ACC Members $15/All Others $25 10516 2-4p W 9/3-9/24 Artful Storycatching A new and unique workshop that combines guided autobiography exercises with the creative process of mixed media art. Capture personal stories, connect with others and achieve greater personal insight while writing about life experiences. No prior writing or art experience necessary. ACC Member $25/All Others $35 Carole ACC Room: Cedar 10517 10a-12p Sa 9/13-9/20 Social Security Planning Workshop for Boomers Learn how to maximize your income from Social Security. ACC Member $15/All Others $23 Joseph ACC Room: Dogwood 10195 6:30-8p Th 9/18 Ongoing Activities Lakewood Theater Dress Rehearsal Registration begins August 11 at 10a. ACC Membership required. Check-in begins at 7p, show starts at 7:30p. 9/11 “Young Frankenstein” 11/6 “She Loves Me” Registration begins on Monday, August 11, 10am. NEW! Human Services The Adult Community Center offers a range of services related to aging issues such as individual and family consultations, home visits, information and referral, welfare checks during severe weather/disasters, transport to medical appointments, and fixed-schedule transportation to and from the Center. Many programs offer opportunities for civic engagement. Additional programs include the following: Support Groups At the ACC you will find a variety of groups that meet monthly for support, encouragement, and discussion. Groups are available to both members and non-members and are open to anyone. No fee or registration required. Walk-ins welcome. Confidentiality respected. Please call the ACC for more information. Arthritis 4th Wednesday 10-11:30a Caregiver 3rd Tuesday 1:30-3:30p (Co-Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association) Diabetes 2nd Wednesday 6:30-8:00p Family Caregiver Discussion 4th Wednesday 6:45-8:15p Widowed 1st Wednesday 10:00-11:30a AARP Safe Driving Program This six-hour refresher driving course is designed to refine existing skills and develop safe, defensive driving techniques for drivers 50 and older. Reservation Required. AARP members $15/ All others $20 payable to AARP on first day of program. 1:30-4:30p Tu/Th 9/9 & 9/11 Tu/Th 11/4 & 11/6 Legal Consultation A volunteer attorney provides a free 30-minute free consultation. By Appointment Only 9a-12p F 9/12, 10/10 Lake Oswego Adult Community Center 505 G Avenue Lake Oswego, OR 97034 503-635-3758 What’s for lunch? The ACC provides lunch on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon - eat in or take-out service, or Meals on Wheels. For the monthly menu, please call 503-635-3758 or visit our website at www.ci.oswego.or.us/acc. September 2014 Monday Wednesday Friday 1 CLOSED - Labor Day 3 Entrée: Sloppy Joes Served by: Helping Hands 5 Entrée: Chicken Teriyaki Served by: Lake Bible Church 8 Entrée: Pork w/Cranberry Sauce Served by: New Seasons Market 10 Entrée: Cod w/Tomatoes & Mushrooms Served by: Lake Grove Garden Club 12 Entrée: Beef Stew Served by: Lake Oswego Rotary 15 Entrée: Cheddar Chicken Served by: LOMEA 17 Entrée: Pork w/Pear Sauce Served by: United Methodist Church 19 Entrée: Sole Florentine Served by: Marge & Friends 22 Entrée: Beef Stroganov Served by: Newcomers Welcome Club 24 Entrée: Baked Chicken Served by: City Slickers 26 Entrée: BBQ Pork on a Bun Served by: LO Fire Dept & etal 29 Entrée: Baked Cod Served by: Lake Grove Lions Club October 2014 Monday Wednesday Friday 1 Entrée: Meatloaf w/Mushroom Gravy Served by: Transition Team 3 Oktoberfest Entrée: Chicken Schnitzel Served by: Lake Bible Church 6 Entrée: Pork Roast Served by: Our Lady of the Lake Church 8 Enrée: Shrimp & Broccoli w/Sauce Served by: Lake Oswego Rotary 10 Entrée: Beef Lasagna Served by: Lake Oswego Rotary 13 Entrée: BBQ Chicken Served by: New Seasons Market 15 NARFE Entrée: Ham w/Pineapple Sauce Served by: United Methodist Church 17 Entrée: Tuna Melt Served by: Marge & Friends 20 Entrée: Beef Pot Roast Served by: LOMEA 22 Entrée: Chicken Cassoulet Served by: City Slickers 24 Entrée: Pork w/Country Gravy Served by: LO Fire Dept & etal 27 Entrée: Salmon Boats a l’Orange Served by: Newcomers Welcome Club 29 Entrée: Beef Meatballs Served by: Our Lady of the Lake Church 31 Halloween Entrée: Vampire Chicken Served by: Lake Oswego Rotary Day Trippers It’s Not Just a Fruit Loop Anymore! Today the Fruit Loop is a collection of farms, orchards, vineyards, wineries and value-added agricultural businesses. Lunch at the Apple Valley BBQ in Parkdale. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Lots of driving. ACC shuttle bus and escort. Lunch on your own. Reservation required. ACC Members $20/All others $30 10522 9a-5p Th 9/18 New Seasons Tour & Lunch New Seasons Market is a community partner that helps support Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels. This “behind the scenes” tour of the market will give us a good understanding of the history of this company, how they operate, and what they offer the community. Shuttle bus and escort. Lunch at New Seasons on your own. Transportation to and from home available upon request. Reservation required. ACC Members $10/All others $15 10523 9:45a-2p Tu 9/30 Bauman Farms & Lunch at Top O Hill Restaurant Top O Hill is a restaurant that has been around since 1926 and was one of the nation’s most famous truck stops. After lunch, we’ll head to Bauman Farms. Transportation to and from Center available upon request. ACC Members $23/All Others $34. Includes: shuttle bus and escort. Lunch on your own. 10525 11a-3p Tu 10/28 Wells Fargo Museum & Lunch at Huber’s Café Learn how Wells Fargo connected Oregon communities by stagecoach and steamboats on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Following the museum visit, we’ll lunch at historic Huber’s Café. Includes: shuttle bus, escort, ham or turkey lunch with non-alcoholic beverage and gratuity. Reservation required. ACC Members $27/All others $40 10524 10:30a-3p Th 10/16 Sunday Pops 2014/15 Season: Concert #1: Barbra Streisand Songbook (prepaid) Platinum Award-winning singer Ann Hampton Callaway puts her own spin on your favorite Streisand songs – from her touching ballads and jazz standards to her pop hits and the best of Broadway. ACC Members $32/All Others $48 10293 2-6p Su 10/19 Concert #2: Tale as Old as Time: Disney Concert (prepaid) You and your family’s favorite Disney movies – Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid and more – come sparkling to life in this multi- media showpiece of Disney. ACC Members $32/All Others $48 10519 2-6p Su 11/30 Concert #3: Clarinet Swing Kings (prepaid) Dave Bennett returns to salute the Swing Era with some of the greatest music ever written for the clarinet – the music of Artie Shaw, Jimmy Dorsey, Woody Herman and, of course, Benny Goodman! ACC Members $32/All Others $48 10518 2-6p Su 1/18/2015 Concert #4: Let’s Dance (prepaid) You’ll be dancing in the aisles when six dancers, two vocalists and the entire orchestra light up the Schnitz with a dazzling display of your favorite dances and dance music. ACC Members $32/All Others $48 10519 2-6p Su 3/01/2015 Day Trip Refund Policy: There are no refunds for day trips that include expenses “Prepaid” by the Adult Community Center unless a replacement participant can be found. All other day trips may be cancelled with a refund up to five working days prior to departure. A $5.00 cancellation fee will be deducted from the refund. In the event that the Center cancels a trip, a full refund will be given. Travel Let’s Do Lunch! Explore a new local restaurant or visit an old favorite once a month. Lunch is on your own. Meriwether’s Restaurant: Farm to Table Located in the historic 2601 NW Vaughn building on the site of the famous 1905 World’s Fair, this restaurant’s food reflects a farm-to-table approach. Reservation required. ACC Members $10/All Others $15 10520 11a-2p Th 9/11 Trufflehunter’s Restaurant: The Hungarian mushroom soup and enormous sandwiches welcome You! Located in an older home in Gresham. Reservation required. ACC Members $10/All Others $15 10521 11a-2p Th 10/9 Travel Adventures with Collette The ACC is partnering with Collette Vacations to offer our members affordable, professionally-guided domestic and international group adventures. Join Collette’s Ben Stanford for an overview of its 2015 tours and bring your ideas for future destinations. The morning event will have coffee and pastries, the evening session wine and cheese. Reservation required. 10408 10a-12p Th 9/4 10409 6p-7p Tu 9/16 Solo Dinner Members who do not have a significant other and would enjoy the company of others for a casual mid-day dinner, meet at the restaurant. Reservations required. Famous Dave’s BBQ, Tualatin 2p Su 9/28 Gustav’s, Washington Square 2p Su 10/26 Office Hours: Mon–Fri, 8am–4:30pm Building Hours: Mon–Thu, 8am–8:30pm, Fri 8am-4:30pm, Sat 9:30am-1pm Closed all major holidays.