By Cheryl Wilkinson | PREVIEW Columnist
Zentangle is a form of relaxation using easy-to-learn patterns, drawn by focusing on single lines one at a time. The method focuses on simple elemental strokes that anyone can draw, regardless of creative ability, and allows the mind and body to release stress while creating beautiful images.
The instructor will be Roberta Strickland, CZT, who can be reached at (970) 946-4582 or (970) 264-2167.
The class will be Wednesday, April 27, 1 p.m. at the Pagosa Springs Senior Center.
For the safety of our participants, proof of vaccinations is required.
Meals on Wheels
The Senior Center Meals on Wheels program delivers approximately 3,000 fresh and frozen meals a year. We deliver fresh Meals on Wheels five days a week (and provide frozen Meals on Wheels for weekends) to homebound Archuleta County residents to help them stay healthy and independent in their own homes.
The Senior Center needs volunteer Meals on Wheels Drivers for one day a week (or become part of our substitute driver team). Please join us as part of our driver team and build wonderful relationships with the seniors in our community. Call (970) 264-2167.
Take-out meals continue at Senior Center
In order to continue providing meals, the Senior Center is offering take-out hot meals and a salad with a drive-up option under the portico at the Ross Aragon Community Center.
These meals will be available Monday through Friday between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. There is a $4 suggested donation for lunch for those age 60 and better. If you need to have your meal delivered, please call (970) 264-2167 to see if this option is available in your area.
The cost per meal for the public age 59 and under is $8.50. The meals include a salad, hot meal, drink and dessert or bread.
Please call (970) 264-2167 to make a reservation for pickup. We are also continuing our Meals on Wheels program.
The staff will be available by phone. If you need to speak to a staff member, please call (970) 264-2167.
Community Café menu
Thursday, April 21 — Clam chowder, broccoli, milk, salad and biscuit with butter.
Friday, April 22 — Pork posole, cauliflower snowflakes, whole-wheat tortilla, milk, pear and Key lime pie.
Monday, April 25 — Beef Frito pie, coleslaw, milk, salad and peach cobbler.
Tuesday, April 26 — Beet salad with fig vinaigrette, white bean salad, grapes, milk and chocolate éclair.
Wednesday, April 27 — Salmon patty with green salad, citrus asparagus, milk and brownie.
Thursday, April 28 — Sliced ham with cherry sauce, scalloped potatoes, whole-wheat roll with butter, milk and salad.
For your convenience, you can make your reservations in advance or have a standing reservation on days you know you will always pick up. Please cancel if you cannot attend on your standing reservation days. We want to thank everyone for their support by observing our reservation policy. This helps ensure that everyone with reservations receives a meal and enables us to provide additional and healthier meals.
Due to COVID-19, food supplies have been affected. Substitutions will be made accordingly.