The Oswego Senior Center is hosting several online activities and classes to engage participation while accommodating the safety and health of seniors.The technology for online participation will be through ZOOM. Although staff members are not on-site daily, they are collecting messages regularly at 630-554-5602. Calls will be returned.
Upcoming events include:
COVID-19 Educational Seminar: 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Aug. 25. Participate through Zoom or in-facility at Oswego Senior Center, 84 Templeton Dr., Oswego, as Jazmin Delgado, BS, pharmacy intern at Walgreens provides an educational seminar on COVID-19, influenza and shingles. Learn how you can protect yourself and loved ones. Hear about the most current information on COVID-19 followed by a Q&A session. Delgado’s presentation will include an overview of COVID-19, influenza and shingles; pharmacological vs. non-pharmacological and vaccines for each. All ages invited. Must advance register at 630-554-5602 for in-facility limited seating. Temperature and self-health check screen, signed waiver, face covering and social distancing required. For Zoom access, call OSC at 630-554-5602 for an email invitation.
Caregiver Support Group: 11 a.m., Friday, Aug. 21. Keith Bielema, BSW, of Kendall County Health Department Transitions Program leads this monthly support group at the Oswego Senior Center located at 84 Templeton Drive in Oswego. This group offers support, ideas, resources and hope to those who have found themselves in a caregiving role. Limited seating. Must advance register by calling 630-554-5602. Temperature and self- health check screen; signed waiver, face mask and social distancing are required.
Nutrition Made Easy Cooking Class: Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2 p.m., fruit smoothies. Let’s make some “cool” summertime goodies in this hot weather. Oswego Senior Center's Chef Billie invites all ages to join this fun Zoom cooking class. Call OSC at 630-554-5602 with your email address or join through the website oswegoseniorcenter.org.