The Cameron Senior Center in Westford is located at 20 Pleasant St. WESTFORDCAT FILE PHOTO

Program Offerings at the Cameron Senior Center

Cameron Open House

Thursday, Sept. 28 at 10 a.m.-noon
For newcomers, newly-retired seniors or anyone who has said, “I am going to go see what a senior center is all about.” Come enjoy exploring the many facets, activities and benefits of Westford’s Cameron Senior Center. Find out what goes on here and meet the staff and volunteers that make it the fun, welcoming place it is- all by coming to the open house!  Tours will start at 10 a.m. afterwards the COA staff will introduce themselves and tell you what we all do at the center.  We hope you will bring questions and enjoy this time at the Cameron. Light refreshments will be served.

Live Theater Show
Friday, Sept. 22, at 1p.m.
Delvena Theatre Company presents Salem Witch Hysteria. The setting is Salem, MA. in 1692, a year when approximately 168 men and women were accused of witchcraft: 20 executed. You will be able to interact as a jury in the trial of Susannah Martin a lively discussion with the cast to follow and Claire’s and Bob’s traditional root beer float.   This program is supported in part by a grant from the Westford Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the MA. Cultural Council, a state agency.  Please RSVP to 978-692-5523

New service offering at the Cameron:
Housing Consultant provides help to individuals dealing with various housing needs.
Monday, Sept. 25 (Appointments start at 1 p.m.)
Paul Teixeria, Executive Director of the Westford Housing Authority comes to the Cameron with over thirty years of housing experience consulting with individuals about their housing needs or concerns ranging from Housing application process to landlord/tenant issues.  As Paul says, “there are no bad questions except the one you did not ask.”  To schedule your appt. please call 978-692-5523.

Sandwich Generation Series

Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. 

Topic: Working through Loss
Janice Hickey, LSW of Life Care of Nashoba Valley, will be helping guide participants through the stages of loss and teaching strategies of healthy coping. RSVP to 978-692-5523.

  Senior Day Fun at the Farmers Market
  Tuesday, September 26 at 2:30 p.m.
 Enjoy free homemade apple crisp and ice cream as you can enjoy some great blues-based Americana music performed by Jumpin’ Juba (Band from our Kimball Summer Party). Bring a chair or blanket and perhaps some extra dollar bills for that unexpected purchase at some vendors stand (fish, bakery items, soap, vegetables and more…) RSVP to 978-692-5523.  Transportation can be provided from the Cameron or door to door just let us know your need when you register.

Paint and Sip 

Thurs., Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m.
A night out to relax, paint and enjoy nonalcoholic beverages with your friends.  Tricia of Magic Brush Pottery will instruct this class.  Supplies will be provided. Cost: $10 and please RSVP

APPLIANCES ~ LAMPS ~ LINENS!

Sale Oct. 2-6, Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 9 – 3; Tuesday/Thursday: 9 – 8 p.m.

Need a replacement blender, coffeemaker, pots ‘n pans, lamp, comforter, table cloth or throw rug?  Come shop with us ~ we have a great selection of things for the home!  We’ll even be open Tuesday and Thursday evening for this special sale!

Chinese Moon Festival
Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 6 p.m.
Location: Tadmuck Housing- 66 Tadmuck Road
Join us for an international evening celebrating the autumn and moon.  The Mid-Autumn festival is the second greatest festival in China and is also known as the Moon festival. At this time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. To express they’re thanks to the moon and celebrate the harvest, they offer a sacrifice to the moon on autumn days.  Enjoy this gathering as family members gather to offer sacrifices