1 p.m. Tuesday afternoons
If you like to play Bingo, join us at the center! We play hard cards at 2 cards
for 25 cents. We also play winner take all and progressive.
1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month
The packets are $10.00 each or 2 packets for $15.00. The first Saturday bingo
is Pot Luck and that starts at 5:30 p.m. Bingo follows at 6:30 p.m. Minimum
payout is $15.00. There is also Winner-Take-All and Progressive Bingo.
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Senior Woodworking Group: The Sawdust
4 p.m. Thursdays
Hobbyist and woodworkers are invited to join our growing woodworkers' group.
Handcrafters of any skill level who are interested in gaining new skills
and enjoying good company with a common focus are welcome. One of the
projects this group handles is to build and provide wooden toys for the Newberg
Fire Department "Toy and Joy" program.
7 p.m. Thursdays
Looking for a place to sharpen your game? This club consists of players of all
ages and skill levels, who enjoy playing a challenging game while increasing
skills and ability to use strategy. For more information call Bruce Cheney
Northwest Steelhead Club-Newberg Chapter
7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month (September - June)
Various guest speakers and club members share the latest news and techniques
regarding fishing for "big game" fish in the Pacific Northwest.
Out to Lunch Bunch
11:30 a.m. the third Thursday of each month
A great group of folks who enjoy each other's company while sampling a variety
of cuisines at various restaurants in the local area. The group meets at a
different eating establishment. Register by calling the center (503) 537-9404.
Need transportation? Call the Chehalem Valley Senior Citizens Council (503)
538-7433 two days before.
Senior Book Club
1 p.m. the third Wednesday of every month
Chehalem Senior Center, in conjunction with the Newberg Library, proudly
presents the Senior Book Club. This group of avid readers meets monthly to
discuss an assigned book in order to reach new levels of literary understanding
as well as share jovial comments with each other. This group is open to all who
wish to attend. Please contact Chehalem Senior Center for specific information
as well as to check out your book. (503)537-9404
Tuesdays 9-Ball practice, Fridays 8-Ball practice
Tournaments are held the last Friday of every month.
If you have ever had any interest in learning how to become a pool shark, then
we suggest building your skill with us. Rolly and jackie Hedges are
working diligently to provide the opportunity for personal growth and
camaraderie for those who are new to the game or have just rediscovered how
much fun it is.
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Classes & Workshops
Tuesday Silver Age
Tuesdays at 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.
September 4th to October 25th (9 sessions)
Thursday Silver Age
Thursdays 3p.m. to 4p.m.
September 6th to October 25th (8 sessions)
Special offer: Register for both Tuesday
and Thursday class for $65.
Walk For Fun
9 a.m. Mondays - Depart from the center.
Hikes consist of a series of 1 to 2 hour walks. All mature adults and their
guests are welcome. Walks will begin and end at the Center. Transportation to
out-of-town trailheads will be by pre-arranged car pools. $2/per person will be
charged for each walk in order to reimburse drivers.
9 a.m. Tuesdays
1:30 p.m Thursdays
Tai Chi is a great way to improve your overall health through increased
physical stability and peace of mind.
Strong for Life
9 a.m., 10 a.m., and 11 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Strong for Life is an exercise program designed to involve the trunk, arms, and
legs. All exercises are done in either sitting or standing positions and can be
modified to fit the individual participant's need. There is no charge for the
program, although all participants are requested to call and enroll. For more
information, contact Deana at (503) 537-1471.
Just Putting Around
Every Wednesday - Please Call ahead for a specific tee time.
This is a club for golfers of every skill level. The Chehalem Senior Center
believes that it is never too late to start a great habit. It is for that
reason that the Chehalem Adult Enrichment Center as well as the Chehalem Glenn
Golf Course has combined forces to create this wonderful club. This unified
effort provides seniors with the opportunity to play on one of the most
beautiful and difficult courses that Oregon has to offer. A great course, a
great price, but most importantly, great company!
Crafty Ladies Group
9:30 a.m. Tuesdays
We are a group of ladies who make crafts to sell at our gift shop and during
the Fall Bazaar and Craft show. Interesting projects have been humming bird
feeders, Mosaic flower pots and painted animal rocks. Something interesting is
bound to be offered during these enjoyable craft sessions.
Multi Media Arts Group
9:30 a.m. Mondays (except the 1st Monday of the month)
Bring your oils, acrylics, watercolor, pastels, pencils or crayons. Dust off
your paints, paper and canvases. The focus of our time together will be on fun
and creativity. Let your talent develop in the company of other talented
CPRD Quilters Club
1 - 3 p.m. Tuesdays
The club is open to all individuals interested in working on handcraft items on
a regular basis. Bring your own items or work on a group project. New members
and visitors are always welcome to join. Any questions, call Mary Bartlett
(503) 538-5622. At Chehalem Youth Building (Behind the Chehalem
China Painters International
Monthly workshops are held 9 a.m the first Monday of every
Techniques and projects workshops are 9 a.m. Thursdays
welcome. For more information please contact Phyllis Landon
Bob Ross Oil Painting
$48 Includes materials and instructionBob's
Wet-on-Wet Technique is a very simple, easy to follow method anyone
from beginners to seasoned painters can master. Your blank canvas is
transformed into a beautiful, completed work of art in just three to four
AARP Driver Safety Class
AARP has designed this course for drivers aged 50 and over. It is a two-day
class (4 hours each day), which is specifically tailored to inform seniors of
important updates on traffic regulations, as well as how to drive on today's
crowded roadways. Class is offered every month at the Adult Enrichment Center.
Advanced reservations are required and can be made by calling the front desk at
(503) 537-9404. There is a fee of $12 for current AAPR members and a non member
fee of $14, paid directly to the instructor at the time of class.
Bob Ross Oil Painting
Includes materials and
Bob's Wet-on-Wet Technique is a very
simple, easy to follow method anyone from beginners to seasoned painters can
master. Your blank canvas is transformed into a beautiful, completed work of
art in just 3-4 hours!
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Trips & Tours
We have lots of fun trips planned for this spring and summer. Check them out
Although all of our trips are senior focused, they are not senior exclusive.
Adults of all ages are invited to join.
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Legal Aid Clinic
9:30 a.m. -
11:30 a.m. The 2nd Monday of every month
For those needing some legal advice, the legal aid clinic volunteers can
provide you with some legal guidance free of charge. No appointments
9:00 - 3:00
Sandy McCann RN offers this service
and requests that patrons soak their feet prior to the appointment and please
bring a towel. For appointment, please call the Chehalem Senior Center at (503)
Blood Pressure Clinic
Free. No appointment is necessary.
10:30 a.m. - Noon the first and third Wednesday of each month
Hearing Aid Clinic
Free. No appointment is necessary. Walk-ins are seen on a first come,
first served basis.
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. - Noon the Fourth Thursday of each
9:00 a.m. - Noon Thursdays
Licensed acupuncturist Matt Frey offers weekly acupuncture sessions at a
significantly discounted price. Acupuncture has been known to treat a variety
of ailments including poor circulation, low energy, and chronic pain. This
Clinic is a very inexpensive way of seeing if acupuncture can help you. This is
a very popular clinic, so reservations are needed.
In-district $15 per session, Out-of-district $20
Walker and Wheel Chair Safety
Free. No appointment necessary
8:30a.m. -10a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month
Do you have a walker, wheel chair, or power scooter. Bring it is for free
maintenance and a safety check. Let us tighten nuts and bolts, align tires,
make proper height adjustments, and check your brakes.
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Volunteers are truly the backbone of the
Chehalem Senior Center and play a major role in community development across
the Chehalem Valley.
Office volunteers needed
Our office personnel are seen as the heart of our community center. Please aid
us in making a good first impression. If you are interested in becoming a
member of our office personnel, please inquire at the registration desk or call
Bread Distribution Team
This committee needs volunteer drivers to transport bread and pastries donated
from various community bakeries to the Chehalem Senior Center. Nothing makes a
person feel better than to know that he or she has made a real difference in a
When: Every Monday and Wednesday.
NWSDS Meals on Wheels
When you come to the center, you will routinely see a plethora of volunteers
packaging meals, setting up the dining room and loading vehicles. The meals on
wheels crew offer a great service to the community and can always use an extra
hand or two. If you are interested in volunteering in our dining room or
becoming a Meals on Wheels volunteer driver, please call our Meal Site
Coordinator. (503) 538-1490
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