PROGRAMMINGINFORMATION SENIORINFORMATIONMarch/April/May 2017 MEALS ONWHEELSLUNCHEONSPECIALS SOCIALThePROGRAMS TRIPS &ACTIVITIES WHAT’S NEW SPECIAL EVENTSSunrise SunsetGET UP, GET ACTIVE, BE ALIVE AT 55 It’s that time of year again!The 3rd AnnualSunrise Sunset StripCASINO NIGHTFriday, March 3rd, 6pm-9pm 20/person or 35/couple(Non-alcoholic beverages & light hors d’oeuvres included)If you haven’t attended a Sunrise Casino Night,it’s about time you did!Reserve your spot at the Sunrise Center, Recreation Department oruse on-line registration at newmarketrec.orgCASINO GAMES - PRIZES - FOOD - FUN!Black Jack, 3 Card Poker, Dice Game, Horse Racing and Roulette.ARE YOU READYFOR SOME BASEBALL?IT’S OPENING DAY AT FENWAYAT THE SUNRISE CENTERMONDAY, APRIL 3rd @1pmRED SOX vs. PIRATES(2:05 game time)We’ve got theflat screen TV,ballpark foodand true team spirit! 5/per person - Reservations RequiredBallpark menu: Sausage subs,hot dogs, chips & popcorn,soft drinks & more.Sign-ups at the Sunrise Center,Rec Department or on-line registrationat newmarketrec.orgFor more information call 659-4469Come on downand root, root, root for the home team!WE WANT YOU to submit your tried & true recipes for the Sunrise Sunset Community Cookbook!There is still time to send in your special family recipes for our keepsake communitycookbook. Our cookbook will be professionally printed in the spring just in time forMother’s Day. Honor your loved ones by submitting an heirloom recipeby the February 17th deadline. We also have memorial and business sponsorshippages available at 50/half page and 100/full page. Call Kim for more information.Email your recipes to [email protected] or mail to 2 Terrace Drive, NewmarketThe Activity Center - where there is something meaningful and productive to do every day.1

SUNRISE SUNSET HAPPENINGSEMERALD ISLE TRIPINFORMATION NIGHTTHE SUNRISE SUNSET CENTERFEBRUARY 22nd at 6pmAn opportunity to learn more about the amazingtrip being offered by the Newmarket Rec Dept.Bring your questions and curiosity with youand this dream trip could become reality!SUNRISE SUNSETTUESDAY TALK SERIESJames BenvenutiNH Fish & GameConservation OfficerFebruary 28th - 10:30amJames and his canine partner, Cora, aLabrador retriever puppy, work together toidentify fish & wildlife patterns and conductsearch & rescue activities. Join us to learnmore about what conservation officers doand how Cora is trained to do this work.NEWMARKET REC DEPARTMENT PRESENTS:EMERALD ISLESEPTEMBER 14 – 24, 201710 DAYS - PRICED FROM 3,725.00Price includes: Land price, air fromBoston, airport to hotel transfers,pre-paid gratuities for driver andtour guide, sightseeing, hotelsand meals as specifiedin the itinerary.When you think of a vacation to Ireland, what comes to mind? Witnessingthe lush, green landscape? Visiting historical and religious sights or seeingremains from medieval times? Perhaps it is visiting farms or savoringauthentic Irish food. If so, all of this and more are offered on this amazingIreland tour - with overnights in Dublin, Claremorris, Galway,Limerick, Killarney, and Waterford.HIGHLIGHTS & SIGHTSEEINGDUBLIN - Welcome dinner; orientation driveKILDARE - Guided tour of the Irish National StudSTROKESTOWN HOUSE - Guided tour of the houseand Famine Museum and visit the gardensKNOCK - Visit the religious siteKYLEMORE - Visit the Benedictine abbeyCONNEMARA - Visit a marble workshopGALWAY - OrientationARAN ISLANDS - Ferry to and from Inishmore, hear apresentation on life on the island by a local historian, enjoylunch at Tí Joe Watty’s pub, take a minibus tour with adriver-guide, visit Dun AengusEdward “Ted” BeasleyElder Law AttorneyFree Legal SeminarMarch 28th - 10:00amSunrise Sunset CenterHow to protect your house and lifetimeof savings from a prolonged nursing-homestay, avoid probate, plus strategies forpassing assets safely and efficiently.Attorney Beasley will present a lively andengaging seminar in everyday languagewith plenty of time for questions.Call Kim to reserve your spot 659-4469For lunch reservation call 659-3150Turkey sandwich & Clam Chowder - 2Lunch served at 11:30amTHE SUNRISE SUNSET BREEZEThe Sunrise Sunset Activity Center2 Terrace Drive Newmarket, NH 03857(603)659-4469 [email protected] Sunrise Sunset Activity CenterProgram Director: Kim TiltonPhotographer: Charlene MitchellNewmarket Recreation Department659-8581Interim Recreation Director: Aimee [email protected] FARM - See the farmer at work, bake sconesCLIFFS OF MOHER - Savor the spectacular viewsLIMERICK - Orientation drive, visit King John’s castleFOYNES - Guided tour of the Flying Boat MuseumRING OF KERRY - Scenic peninsula driveKILLARNEY - Horse-drawn jaunting car rideBLARNEY - Visit the famous villageWATERFORD - Tour of the House of Waterford CrystalAVOCA - Guided tour of the handweaving millGLENDALOUGH - Guided tour of St. Kevin’s center ofIrish ChristianityMEALS:Full Irish breakfast daily;1 lunch at a local pub;4 three-course dinners withwine and choice of menus,and awelcome dinner in DublinFor more information pleasecontact Aimee [email protected]:DUBLIN: The Gibson (SF)CLAREMORRIS: McWilliam Park Hotel (F)GALWAY: Radisson Blu Galway (SF)LIMERICK: Limerick Strand Hotel (SF)KILLARNEY: Killarney Towers Hotel (SF)WATERFORD: Tower Hotel (F)PRESENTED BY NEWMARKET REC DEPARTMENTDeposit Due: 550 per personInclude Travel Protection: 779 for double occupancy or 839 for singlesPlease make checks payable to GlobusOR Pay Deposit by Credit rence invoice 834461Find us and Like us on Facebook under SUNRISE SUNSET ACTIVITY - WEB SITE ADDRESS newmarketrec.org2

UPCOMING TRIPS - Sign up at Recreation Center - 1 Terrace Drive, 659-8581or the Sunrise Sunset Center - 2 Terrace Drive, 659-4469 oronline registration at under Programs by AgeRegistration, Payments and Refund/Cancellation PolicyTrip payments and registrations can be taken at the Recreation Center, the Sunrise Sunset Center or by onlineregistration at under Programs by Age. We accept Debit, Visa, MasterCard andDiscover as well as cash and checks for all Newmarket trips. Refunds/credits will be made in the event thata trip is cancelled, filled or if scheduling changes (on our part) prohibits your attendance.To become a Sunrise Sunset member, just stop in and fill out a Registration & Emergency Contact Form, which areavailable at the Sunrise Center, 2 Terrace Drive, Newmarket. That’s it! Hope to see you here soon!THE ODD [email protected] THE LEDDY CENTERWednesday, March 15thLABELLE WINERY TOUR & BISTRO LUNCHWednesday, February 22ndLet’s warm up the month of February with a wine tasting!We’re off to LaBelle Winery in Amherst, NH where we’lltake a 30 minute guided tour before we move onto our winetasting of 5 select wines from their 34 different labels. We’llenjoy a bistro lunch on the premises and still have plenty oftime to peruse the gift shop which features their ownspecialty food items and the extensive line of LaBelle wines.They also boast an in-house art gallery featuring local art.Leave Rec. Dept. at 10am and return approx. 3pmCost: 27.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: Transportation, Wine Tasting & TourWhere: Amherst, NHNeil Simon’s, The Odd Couple,gives us the hilarious plot oftwo mismatched roommates;the neat freak and uptight Felix Ungar and the slovenly,easygoing Oscar Madison. Despite many problems, Oscar ishappy and enjoys his life, while Felix on the other handcan’t seem to enjoy anything. Oscar loses his patience andis ready to kick Felix out of the apartment when he realizesthat his eccentric roommate actually has a positive effect onhim. Lunch before the show at Applebee’s in Epping.Leave SSC at 11:45am and return approx. 5pmCost: 35.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: Transportation and Show TicketWhere: Epping, NHWINTER SLEIGH RIDE at ROCKIN’ HORSE FARMFriday, February 24thWe’ll snuggle in cozy blankets to enjoy this authentichorse-drawn sleigh ride across the picturesque landscape ofRockin’ Horse Farm. When we return to the barn we’llwarm up next to the fireplace and sip hot chocolate beforewe depart for the Bull’N Claw in Wells for a hearty lunch.Leave Rec Dept. at 9am and return approx. 3pmCost: 30.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: Transportation and Sleigh RideWhere: Rockin’ Horse Farm, Kennebunkport, MaineTime flies whether you’re having fun or not.Join us for some fun while time flies!CURRIER MUSEUM of ARTWednesday, March 29thToday our group will enjoy aguided tour of the Currier’snewest exhibit, Deep Cuts:Contemporary Paper Cutting.The centuries-old craft of paper cutting will be showcasedby modern-day artists who redefine this very old craft.Using the humble medium of paper, the artists touch uponvarious cultural, economic and environmental referencepoints. The one hour-tour will be followed by lunch in thegallery café and more time to browse through the museum’spermanent exhibits and gift shop before departing.Leave Rec Dept. at 10am and return approx. 3pmCost: 25.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: Transportation and Museum FeesWhere: Manchester, NHTHE SPIRIT OF JOHNNY CASHFriday evening, March 10thHarold Ford and the Cash Band return to the RochesterOpera House to entertain their fans with the legendarymusic of JOHNNY CASH. The striking resemblance andsimilar baritone voice will fool you into thinking that youare hearing ‘The Man in Black’. Don’t miss this fantastictribute to this country music icon. We’ll have supper beforethe show at The Revolution Taproom in Rochester.Leave Rec. Dept. at 5pm and return approx. 11pmCost: 35.00 (Supper on your own)Includes: Transportation and Show TicketWhere: Rochester, NH3

UPCOMING TRIPSTHE PAJAMA [email protected] Marshwood High SchoolFriday evening, April 7thAfter their impressive performance of Footloose last spring,we’re heading back to Marshwood High School for whatpromises to be another great production by this talentedhigh school theatre group. The Pajama Game is a TonyAward winning musical based on the novel, Seven 1/2Cents by Richard Bissell. It first appeared on Broadway in1954, however, it’s been revived twice since then and won aTony Award for Best Revival of a Musical in 2006. Thestory deals with labor troubles in a pajama factory whereworkers’ demands for a seven and a half cent raise are goingunheeded. In the midst of the ordeal, love blossoms between two characters that are on opposite sides of the labordispute. Knowing the expertise of the Marshwood DramaDept. this popular high school play is sure to entertain us.Our supper stop before the show will be at Alexander’s inRollinsford.Leave Rec Dept. at 4:30pm and return approx. 10:30pmCost: 22.00 (Supper on your own)Includes: Transportation and show ticketWhere: Eliot, MaineOXFORD CASINOWednesday, April 19thIt’s time for our Spring trip to Oxford Casino! Try your luckat one of the many game tables or choose from over 850 slotmachines. Take time out from game playing for a deliciouslunch at the Oxford Grill or a light meal at the OxfordExpress. You can’t win if you don’t play!Leave Rec Dept. at 8:30am and return approx. 4:30pmCost: 22.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: TransportationWhere: Oxford, MaineUNH 180 BLUE RESTAURANT/SUPPER CLUBThursday evening, April 27thWe’re venturing over to Durham this evening to experiencethe 180 Blue student run restaurant on the campus ofUNH. The Culinary Arts students run this fine diningestablishment and will be serving us Italian cuisine thisevening with classic starters such as Pasta & Bean Soup orPotato Gnocchi. Our entrée choices are Osso Buco or GrilledChicken & Asparagus with Linguini and dessert is anirresistible Tiramisu. They welcome a BYOB policy of beer& wine and there will be set-ups available.Leave Rec Dept. at 5:00pm and return approx. 7:30pmCost: 27.00Includes: Transportation, dinner & gratuityWhere: Durham, NHTILTON OUTLET SPRING SHOPPING TRIPWednesday, May 10thWho doesn’t love a day of shopping at the outlets? Just intime to update your spring and summer wardrobe we’re offto the Tanger Outlets in Tilton where we’ll find brandname stores such as Talbots, The Loft, Levis, Coach, Bass,Clarks, Christopher & Banks, Gap and dozens more. Uponour arrival we will stop at the service center and collect ourcoupon books which entitles us to great discounts at manyof the outlet stores. There are also several options for lunchor just a snack and coffee break.Leave Rec Dept. at 9:00am and return approx. 4:00pmCost: 20.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: TransportationWhere: Tilton, NHTHE ORCHARD HOUSE/CONCORD, MAWednesday, May 17thWe’re off to Concord, MA for a day filled with Literary andRevolutionary history. Our first stop will be the OrchardHouse where Louisa May Alcott and her family resided fornineteen years. We’ll have a guided tour of this quaint andhistoric home which was the setting for Little Women. Afteran early lunch at the 1716 Concord Colonial Inn we’ll bestopping at the Concord Museum where we will view someof the highlights of their extensive collection. To completeour day of history we’ll enjoy a one hour guided bus tour toother historic sites which will include the Sleepy HollowCemetery and other points of interest.Leave Rec Dept. at 8:30am and return approx. 5:00pmCost: 45.00 (Lunch on your own)Includes: Transportation and museum feesWhere: Concord, MASTAYIN’ ALIVE: THE BEE GEES TRIBUTE SHOWTuesday, May 23rdWe’re going back to the 60’s & 70’s today when the Gibbbrothers provided us with unforgettable hits such as MoreThan a Woman, Lonely Days and How Can You Mend aBroken Heart. This 8 time Grammy winning band soldover 220 million records worldwide! The tribute band captures the blended harmonies of the original Bee Gees andalong with an experienced group of studio musicians theyprovide an exciting stage presence as well. Lunch is servedbefore the show and there will be time to walk the docksbefore the performance. Meal choices are Stuffed ChickenBreast or Baked Scrod with salad & sides, dessert & coffee.Sign-ups for this trip must be made by March 15th.Leave SSC at 10:30am and return approx. 5:00pmCost: 89.00Includes: Transportation, lunch and show ticket4 Where: Danversport, Massachusetts

SENIOR INFORMATION - CALL 659-4469Chorus: The Sunrise Singers are back in full swingevery Tuesday from 4:30-5:30. The group is always lookingfor more members. If you love to sing come and join us. OurDirector is Peg Chaffee, a well known musician and voice inthe area. Call the Sunrise Center for more information.Miscellaneous Card Games: Thursday mornings from9-11am many of our card players enjoy Cribbage, Whist,Canasta, Skip-Bo, Black Jack and Poker. Stop by and joinin the fun of an impromptu card game.Sunrise Marimba: Monday evenings from 6-7pm we offeran ongoing class of African Marimba with Tchukki Anderson,long time Marimba player/instructor. Stop by for a FREEfirst class and experience the lure of this easy-to-learninstrument. This is a beginner’s level class. 15/class.The Silver Stars Acting Class: Our Theater Troupe will bemeeting in the near future to talk about a Spring production.We had so much fun with our Murder/Mystery productionCAFÉ MURDER last May. Let us know if you have aninterest in being part of the Silver Stars!Walking Club: In the warmer weather our walking groupmeets on Monday, Wednesday & Friday mornings at 7:45.All levels are welcome to join in. Call the center for moreinfo or just show up with your walking shoes. WALKINGCLUB WILL RESUME IN THE SPRING.Wii Games: Our Wii Bowling team is ongoing withpractice time on Tuesday mornings at 9am for free. Comeand learn how to play, it’s so easy. Competitive League playis seasonal in the Spring and Fall at 8/person.Sunrise Gardens: We have a beautiful vegetable andflower garden as well as flower boxes that we can alwaysuse help with. If you are interested in planting, maintaining,weeding and watering please let us know. We are alwayslooking for garden club members and volunteers.Electronics 101: During the school year, we havemembers of the NHS National Honor Society, come to helpus with our electronic devices. The students arrive on thelast Tuesday of the month at 3pm. We’ll match you up with atech savvy student who can help you with your smart phone,ipad or laptop. Call & reserve a spot today!Mini-Market: We have a convenient market located at thecenter for our members. We offer cereals, pasta, soups,vegetables, paper products, snacks and more. Come in andcheck out the wide variety of grocery items we have to offer.Random Acts of Art: More than just an arts & crafts clubthis is a ladies social group that meets on Tuesdays from12:30 - 2:30. Come to one class or drop in all month long.The flexible schedule includes such crafts as handmadegreeting cards, knitting/looming, holiday decorations ¢erpieces, jewelry & beading. Cost varies per project, 1- 10 per instructed class, pre-registration required.Lending Library: Our library has a little something foreveryone’s leisure time. We offer a large selection of books,jigsaw puzzles and DVD’s for you to borrow. We’re alwaysadding new titles to the collection and we accept donations.Tuesday Talks: FREE Tuesday Talks are scheduled forthe last Tuesday of each month. Guest speakers are invitedfor presentations on interesting topics. Expand your mindand learn something new. Coffee & snacks served,10:30am.Bone Builders: The popular Friends RSVP ExerciseProgram relies upon weight training to protect againstfractures caused by osteoporosis. No-impact, weight bearingexercises that build strength and bone density. Wednesday& Friday mornings 9-10am. Drop-in class - 1 donation.Foot Care Clinic: Provided by Rockingham Visiting NursesAssociation at the Sunrise Sunset Center on the followingdates: March 2nd and May 4th. Clinics are by appointmentonly. To make an appointment call 580-6668. Cost 25.00Tai Chi Fan: A Tai Chi series is offered at the SunriseSunset Center at different times throughout the year.Saturday morning classes are currently being offered at 9amfrom 2/4-3/25. Cost is 120 for all 8 weeks. Sign-up online or at the Rec Dept. and Sunrise Center.Meals on Wheels Luncheon Specials: Join your oldfriends and make some new ones at the monthly luncheons. 3.00 per person includes lunch and entertainment.Call Lynn at 659-3150 - Reservations Required.Upcoming dates: 3/16, 4/20 & 5/11 .Tuesday Trivia: A fun and interactive trivia game on the3rd Tuesday of each month. Cost is 5 which includes asimple supper of pizza or sandwiches, soft drinks and atreat. Reservations requested. Call Kim 659-4469CALLING ALL PICKLEBALL PLAYERS!We’re taking names to see whowould like to play this tennis-like game.Never played? We can learn together.Let us know if you’re interested.Call Kim 659-4469Breakfast Club: One Friday per month at 8am we fill ourvan and take off to a Seacoast area breakfast restaurant forgood conversation and hearty eating. Occasionally wemake a short stop at a point of interest, returning to thecenter by 11:00am. There is a 5.00 van charge due at timeof sign-up and breakfast cost is on your own. UpcomingClub Dates: 2/17, 3/24 & 4/21 & 5/19If you would like a copy of the Sunrise Sunset Breeze sent to youplease call 659-4469 or email us at [email protected]

Spring is ComingNewmarket Recreation DepartmentThe Sunrise Sunset Activity Center2 Terrace DriveNewmarket NH 03857TO:WEEKLY HAPPENINGS MONDAY10 Cent BingoBring your dimes!9:00 -11:00amLunch served daily 11:30am reservation required - call 659-3150TUESDAYWii Practice Gamesand/or Corn Hole9:00 -11:00amTuesday TalksLast Tuesday ofevery month2/28, 3/28 & 4/2510:30 - 11:30amBeyond The LastPage Book Group1st Monday of theMonth 3/6, 4/4 & 5/1(Note: 4/4 date is on aTuesday) 3-5pmRandom Acts of ArtFun Arts & Craftsknitting, beading, cardMarimbamaking & more 15.00 per class12:30 - 2:00pm6:00-3:00pm(No Marimba 2/20)Tues