Organized by the South Burlington Recreation and Parks Department, Young at Heart is a group of age 55-plus adults who meet each Wednesday at 12 p.m. at South Burlington City Hall, 575 Dorset Street, for lunch and programs. Lunch is served at 12:15 p.m. and the program begins at 1 p.m.

Registration for meals is required one week in advance. A wide range of program activities are offered, including Bingo, movie matinees, concerts, health and wellness topics, games, and more. Meals cost $4. To register, call 802-846-4108 or visit recandparks.sbvt.gov online and look under activities for more information.

Mar. 13

Margie Bekoff and Jim Morse

Meal: Stuffed chicken with ham and cheddar, mashed red potatoes, French cut green beans, wheat roll, sugar cookie

Program: Music performed by Margie on an amplified harp and Jim on flugelhorn.

Mar. 20

Art with Olga “The Energy of Color”

Meal: Irish corned beef stew, Irish soda bread, St. Patty’s day cake

Program: Olga will draw and talk about how color helps us create our best life. Everyone will have the opportunity to make their own small, colorful gift. Olga’s training in biology, chemistry, and coaching help make her workshops rich and bright.

Mar. 27

Celebrate March birthdays

Meal: Roast turkey, cranberry apple gravy, mashed potatoes, baby whole carrots, wheat dinner roll, pineapple tidbits

Program: Penny bingo with fun prizes.

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