The Oswego Senior Center, located at 84 Templeton Drive in Oswego, is gradually opening some center-based activities in addition to online participation through Zoom. All on-site activities will strictly follow health department guidelines including appropriate social distance, use of masks, taking temperatures, frequent hand washing, sanitizing procedures and self-health checklist. For activities and more information, call 630-554-5602.
Upcoming events include:
Medicare Forum: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 10 to 11:30 a.m. If you will be turning 65 or want to learn about Medicare changes for 2021, be sure to join us on site or virtual through Zoom for a most informative forum from a panel of Medicare experts. Learn Medicare basics, 2021 changes for Medicare, information about Supplement Plans, Medicare Advantage Plans, how veteran assistance can help veterans and spouses, what to expect at the hospital with Medicare and how rehab works with Medicare. Panel experts are from Age Guide, Kendall County Veterans Assistance Commission and Alden of Waterford Rehab. Alden of Waterford will provide refreshments for on-site participants. Advance registration is required by Oct. 19 for limited on-site seating. Call 630-554-5602. For Zoom link, call 630-554-5602 for an email invitation, or join through our website oswegoseniorcenter.org.
OSC Technology Lab: Thursdays, 11 a.m. Join Gary Tollaksen via Zoom for help with your PC or electronic device or have questions about programs or email usage should join in. Call OSC at 630-554-5602 with your email address or join through the website oswegoseniorcenter.org.
Chair Exercise: Mondays and Tuesdays, 9 a.m., Senior Stretch video. Thursdays, 9 a.m., Senior Strength video. Get moving with chair exercise video in the comfort of your home through this Zoom class. Call OSC at 630-554-5602 with your email address.
Veterans Education Series: Tuesday, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. Join the Oswego Senior Center for a presentation followed by Q&A on benefits for veterans and spouses. Learn what your options are and new benefits available. Presenter is Karylin Clevenger of Veterans Assistance Commission (VAC). Seating is limited. Register in advance. Masks, temperature and self-health check will be required for on-site participation.