Town Of Bethlehem September October 2022

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Town of Bethlehem
September & October 2022 Senior Services Newsletter
Program Reservation Protocols on page 3
Sign-ups Begin on Tuesday, September 6th at 9:00 a.m. Phone Reservations Only
Town of Bethlehem-Senior Services, 445 Delaware Ave., Rm 110, Delmar, NY 12054, 518-439-4955 ext. 1176
[email protected]
Your Senior Services Team!
William Vail Elizabeth Mosier Peggy Osborne Anna Biggane Alice Parker Jennifer Casale Cassie Lotker
Director Senior Services Senior Services Program Sr. Outreach Outreach Outreach
Coordinator Coordinator Assistant Worker Worker Worker
Dear Senior Community, Office Hours
It has been a pleasure to see so many friends again. We have enjoyed many excit- 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m

ing activities together during this summer. Autumn returns now with all its splen- Transportation
dor. There are many wonderful events planned for September and October. Find Reservation Hours
out more about them within the following pages of this Newsletter. New and di- Monday—Friday
verse opportunities to connect are here and you are welcome to join in! 9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m

Appointment Hours Available
Best wishes from your Senior Services Staff Monday—Friday
8:30 a.m.—2:00 p.m

Bethlehem Senior Services Suggested donations
For all Transportation needs
Bethlehem Senior Services in conjunction with Bethlehem Senior Pro- $ 5.00 round trip in Bethlehem
jects, Inc., provides information, assistance for services, programs, and $10.00 round trip in Albany
transportation for residents who are 60 years of age or older who re- $15.00 round trip All other locals
side in the Town in their own homes or apartments. We do not
transport people living in any skilled care or rehabilitation facilities. Stay Connected!
Requirements for
Vote Dates and Hours: Early Voting 2022 Transportation
Saturday, October 29th 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Bethlehem Lutheran Church Reservations
Sunday, October 30th 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. 85 Elm Ave., Delmar
Transportation You must have a Client
Monday, October 31st 12:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m

Available during our Information Form on file

Tuesday, November 1st 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m

Wednesday, November 2nd 12:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m. regular transportation hours Service area,17 mile radius
Thursday, November 3rd 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. from Bethlehem Town Hall

Friday, November 4th 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. We do not provide
Saturday, November 5th 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. transportation to Ravena,
Sunday, November 6th 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Rensselaer, or Schenectady

PDF Documents Read Out Loud? Curb to curb service

Yes, you can have PDF documents read to you, like this Newsletter. Ambulatory clients must
Follow the directions for keyboard shortcuts below: be able to enter and exit
vehicles with little or no
Shift+Ctrl+Y assistance

will activate Read Out Loud
Must be able to sit upright
Shift+Ctrl+V during transport and be able
will Read This Page Only to follow basic directions

Shift+Ctrl+B Wheelchair ramps and
will Read To End Of Document entranceways at your
Shift+Ctrl+C will Pause residence must meet code
Shift+Ctrl+E will Stop requirements

No lifting of clients
and/or wheelchairs

Community - Engaged As We Age!
Weekly Grocery Shopping and Shopping Trips 2
You must Wear a Mask
Reservations Required 518-439-5770 (see page 3)

Residents of Elsmere, Delmar, Slingerlands, North Bethlehem and Marie Rose Manor
(Hannaford in Delaware Plaza, Price Chopper or ShopRite in Slingerlands)
September Shopping Schedule October Shopping Schedule
Price Chopper or ShopRite 7 Price Chopper or ShopRite 5
Hannaford 14 Hannaford 12
Price Chopper or ShopRite 21 Price Chopper 19
Hannaford 28 Hannaford 26
Residents of Glenmont, Selkirk and South Bethlehem
(Hannaford in Delaware Plaza, Price Chopper or ShopRite in Slingerlands)
September Shopping Schedule October Shopping Schedule
Hannaford 1 Price Chopper or ShopRite 6
Price Chopper or ShopRite 8 Hannaford 13
Hannaford 15 Price Chopper or ShopRite 20
Price Chopper or ShopRite 22 Hannaford 27
Hannaford 29
Residents of Good Samaritan Senior Apartments, Van Allen Senior Apartments
(Hannaford in Delaware Plaza or ShopRite in Slingerlands, Price Chopper in Glenmont)
September Shopping Schedule October Shopping Schedule
Hannaford or ShopRite 2 Price Chopper 7
Price Chopper 9 Hannaford or ShopRite 14
Hannaford or ShopRite 16 Price Chopper 21
Price Chopper 23 Hannaford or ShopRite 28
Hannaford or ShopRite 30
Shopping Trips-Reservations required, see page 3 Town Hall Offices Are Closed
Colonie, Monday, September 12th Monday, September 5th - Labor Day
Walmart, Monday October 3rd Monday, October 10th - Columbus Day
Colonie, Monday November 7th
Thursdays Game Day, Town Hall, Auditorium
Program Time: 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m

* Craft Gurus (Bring your own Project)
Town Hall, room location will vary Program Cost: Free
Tuesdays, Sept. 13th & 27th, October 11th & 25th Reservations Required, space is limited!
Program Time: 11:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m. For reservations for the program, and/or transporta-
Limited Transportation tion (residents only), call Senior Services at
518-439-4955 ext. 1176. All Welcome!
Mah Jong and Pinochle lessons available

Board Games are always available, like Scrabble,
Yahtzee, Dominos, Rummikub and more!
Donate to Bethlehem Senior Projects, Inc

Make checks payable to:
Bethlehem Senior Projects, Inc

445 Delaware Ave., Delmar, NY 12054
Online donations:
Community - Engaged As We Age!
Programs and Events—Reservations are Required for all programs

Reservations and Cancellations 518-439-4955 x 1176
Suggested Donations for transportation are listed on Page 1 of this Newsletter
Transportation is Available on a limited basis for ALL programs, unless otherwise noted

Reservation Protocols—All programs are subject to change due to Covid-19
 We require your contact information. We will call the day before each program to verify your attendance

 If there is a cost, we require Separate Payment for each program due within 7 days of registration

 Payment is non-refundable. Cash or check (made payable to Town of Bethlehem, unless otherwise noted)

 All individuals should be able to walk to and from the event (arrangements should be made in advance for
a special need), be able to get in and out of our vehicles, and able to use the restrooms independently

We strongly encourage individuals to sign up only for programs that they can safely navigate. Please follow
the guidelines below:
* Easy, shor t distances to walk, few stair s, small inclines

** Moderate, fair amount of walking, stair s, inclines, uneven gr ound or moder ate exer cise

*** Difficult, long distances to walk, uneven gr ound, up and down hill or str enuous exer cise

We strongly suggested that individuals with walkers, canes or wheelchairs not participate

* Art Class
Town Hall, Auditorium
Let’s Play Bean Bag Toss
Town Hall, Auditorium
Every Thursday, Unless specified Mondays, September 12th, October 3rd, Nov. 7th
Program Time: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Program Time: 2:00 p.m

Program Cost: $5.00 per class to Tom Baldovin Program Cost: Free
Some art supplies are provid- Come join the fun! We are going
ed; however, you may wish to to play bean bag toss again

purchase your own supplies. Bring your friends and test your
Art subjects in the form of pic- skill. No experience necessary

tures and photographs will be
provided by the instructor via email

Let’s Go To The Library—NEW! *
*** Cardio + 451 Delaware Ave

Town Hall, Auditorium, Presented by Karen Griffin Thursdays, September 15th-October 27th
Wednesday, September 7th & 21st, October 26th & Program Time: 12:00 p.m.—2:00 p.m

November 2nd Program Cost: Free
Program Time: 12:00 p.m. Take a ride to the Bethlehem Public Library,
Program Cost: Free, No Transportation Offered check out some books or a movie, read the
Cardio PLUS the benefits of toning, improving cogni- periodicals, or do some research. The library
tive ability, balance, and more! Get fit listening to always has local artist’s work hanging in the halls
great music and incorporating exercise bands, light or a featured display in the main lobby

weights and no weight balls (so bring them if you
have them)

Bakery Crawl—NEW!
Tuesday, September 13th—Villa Italia
Tuesday, September 20th—Bountiful Bread
* Sing-a-Long, Bethlehem Senior Chorus
Claudia Summers, Director Tuesday, September 27th—Bella Napoli, Latham
Bethlehem Town Park Large Pavilion Program Time: 10:00 a.m

Friday, September 9th Program Cost: On your own
Program Time: 2:00 p.m. Let’s go on a bakery crawl. Join
Program Cost: Free us each week as we visit a differ-
Join Claudia for a sing-a-long un- ent bakery and decide which is the
der the cover of the large pavilion best

at the Bethlehem Town Park

Community - Engaged As We Age!
Programs, Events and Information 4
Transportation is Available on a limited basis for ALL programs, unless otherwise noted

* Book Folding—NEW!
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium
Bonfire, BBQ and Scouts
553 Lawson Lake Rd., Feura Bush
Wednesday, September 14th Wednesday, September 21st
Program Time: 6:00 p.m. Program Time: 5:00 p.m

Program Cost: $5.00 Program Cost: Free
Join Beth Dounan, author of “Book Join us for a BBQ provided, by the Boy Scouts, at
Folding for Beginners and Beyond”. Lawson Lake. We will dine in
Book folding is the art of folding the lodge and then head outside to
pages in books to create book sculp- enjoy a bonfire out under the stars

tures. This is an eco-friendly craft Dress appropriately and bring a
that transforms used books into art. chair

Book lovers and crafters will enjoy this unusual art
form. This is the modern day twist on origami. All
materials will be provided. Senior Programs from the
Parks & Recreation Department
Registration, please call 518-439-4955 ext. 2131

* Financial Literacy—NEW!
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium Registration begins for all programs August 29th
Friday, September 16th Check out the Fall Park Playbook for more classes/
Program Time: 2:00 p.m. information! The Parks will offer the following:
Program Cost: Free Seniors in Motion, Healthy Bones, Tai Chi, and Be-
Maria Natarelli, CFP®, CRPC®, BFA™, Pro Bono ginner Pickleball. No Transportation offered

Director, Financial Planning Association of NENY,
Transportation available for the programs below:
will present a program on financial literacy with
time for Q & A at the end of the session. Financial Eccentrics ® Aging Backwar ds
Literacy is the ability to understand and effectively Town Hall, Auditorium **
use various financial skills, including personal fi- Mondays: Sept. 12th, October 3rd, 24th, Nov. 7th
nancial management, budgeting, and investing. It is Program Time: 9:30 a.m

the foundation of your relationship with money, and Program Cost: $5.00 per class
it is a lifelong journey of learning. This full body, age-reversing workout will restore
movement in your joints, flexibility in your muscles,
** Saturday Morning Rambles
Program Time: 9:30 a.m

relieve pain, and stimulate your cells to increase ener-
gy, vibrancy and your immune system

Program Cost: Free
Let’s hike! Wear a good pair of walking shoes or
Teen and Tech *
Town Hall, Room 101 A/B
hiking boots, bring a bottle of water, along with your Monday, September 19th, October 17th
love of the great outdoors. Program Time: 3:00 p.m

Saturdays (weather permitting): Program Cost: Free
September 17th—Albany Corning Preserve The Town Park and Senior Services is offering a one-
September 24th—Thacher State Park on-one technology assistance program

October 1st—Five Rivers
October 8th—Pine Bush Preserve Chair Yoga
October 15th—Hollyhock Hollow Town Hall, Auditorium
Session 1, Fr idays, September 16th, 23r d, & 30th,
* Time for some Trivia
Town Hall, Auditorium
October 7th & 14th
Session 2, Fr idays, October 21st, November 4th,
Mondays, September 19th & October 24th November 18th, December 2nd & 9th
Program Time: 1:00 p.m. Program Time: 12:00 p.m

Program Cost: Free Session Fee: $25.00 per session
Whether you know history, literature, NEW INSTRUCTOR! This all-levels yoga class
movies or interesting tidbits, there uses breath, mindfulness, and movement to support
will be something for everyone. your overall wellness

Come join the fun!
Community - Engaged As We Age!
Programs, Events and Information 5
Transportation is Available on a limited basis for ALL programs, unless otherwise noted

* Coffee and Conversation Don’t Get Scammed—NEW!
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium
Bethlehem Public Library Programs
Lunch at Tool’s Wednesday, October 5th
Program Time: 11:00 a.m. Program Time: 2:00 p.m

Program Cost: Free, Lunch on your own Program Cost: Free
Learn about the NYS Senior Medicare Patrol and how
Friday, September 23rd they empower and assist Medicare beneficiaries and
Sandy Schuman-Erie Canal Presentation their families to prevent, detect, and report health care
Friday, October 7th fraud, errors, and abuse. In this presentation we will
Italian American Heritage Museum review types of Medicare fraud including: Ambu-
lance, COVID-19 Testing, Durable Medical Equip-
Friday, October 14th ment, Genetic Testing, Identity Theft, Pharmacy and
Racing Museum-Travers Presentation Prescription Drugs

Friday, November 4th
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Sex, Love and Intimacy… *
Masterpiece Quilts When Your Partner Has Dementia—NEW!
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium
* Movie Night-The African Queen Tuesday, October 11th
553 Lawson Lake Rd., Feura Bush Program Time: 12:00 p.m

Wednesday, September 28th Program Cost: Free
Program Time: 6:00 p.m

Program Cost: $5.00 Intimacy looks different in every
relationship. When someone has
How about some Bogart? Let’s go out to Lawson dementia, intimacy can become
Lake Lodge for a movie night, we’ll enjoy the usual complicated and even difficult

movie treats and the movie “The This presentation explores the importance of intimacy
African Queen” starring Humph- in all relationships and how to maintain it in a way
rey Bogart and Katherine Hep- that is comfortable and respectful for caregivers and
burn. We will be inside the the person they love who is living with dementia

lodge. Be a happy camper and
eat an early dinner

Let’s Sing Around The Campfire
553 Lawson Lake Rd., Feura Bush
Flower Camp—“Fall in Love With Fall” Wednesday, October 12th
* Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium Program Time: 6:00 p.m

Friday, September 30th Program Cost: $5.00
Program Time: 2:00 p.m. Let’s enjoy an evening of song and friendship around
Program Cost: $12.00 the campfire at Lawson Lake, we will be outside so
Campers will create a floral fresh flow- dress appropriately and bring your chairs. Be a happy
er arrangement using autumn tones. All camper and eat an early dinner

materials will be provided. Please
bring a small box to carry your project safely home. Breaking Down Family History “Brick Walls”
Town Hall, Room 101 A/B
Monday, October 17th
Program Time: 1:00 p.m.—2:00 p.m

* Let’s go to the Movies
Spectrum Theater Program Cost: Free
Tuesday, October 4th Have you hit a “Brick Wall”? Whether this is caused
Program Time: 3:00 p.m. by access to records, knowledge of what’s available,
Program Cost: On your own or your experience level, the frustration of a stand-still
Enjoy an afternoon at the Spec- in your research is the same. Lisa Dougherty, a gene-
trum 8 movie theater watching alogist expert, will offer useful tips and
the latest movies and enjoying practical suggestions for breaking down
your favorite treat. that “brick wall” and getting your family
history project moving again!
Community - Engaged As We Age!
Programs, Events and Information 6
Transportation is Available on a limited basis for ALL programs, unless otherwise noted

* Shaker Holiday Market—NEW! Movie Night-”Psycho”
553 Lawson Lake Rd., Feura Bush
25 Meeting House Rd., Albany
Tuesday, October 18th Monday, October 31st
Program Time: 1:00 p.m. Program Time: 6:00 p.m

Program Cost: Free, donations welcome at the door. Program Cost: $5.00
Shop for unique gifts at the traditional Holiday Fair, It’s Halloween, let’s go to
in the historic 1848 Meeting Lawson Lake Lodge for Al-
House in Albany. The fair fred Hitchcock's thriller
features regional artisans items “Psycho”. Dress up if you
of handmade pottery, jewelry, like and we’ll provide the
fiber art, artisan foods, and movie treats. We will be in-
much more! side the lodge. Be a happy
camper and eat an early dinner

** Pick Your Own Pumpkin
Stanton’s Feura Farm Flower Camp—“Wine Not” *
210 Onesquethaw Creek Rd. Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium
Saturday, October 22nd Wednesday, November 9th
Program Time: 12:00 p.m. Program Time: 1:00 p.m. (Different Time)
Program Cost: On your own Program Cost: $12.00
Enjoy a ride out in the countryside, buy some cider Campers will use wine corks and fresh flowers to
donuts and apple cider, and maybe go on the hay make an arrangement sure to put
wagon for a ride to pick your own pumpkin. smiles on many faces ! Please bring
a small box or container to carry
your project safely home

* Substance Misuse Among Seniors—NEW!
“A Trauma-Informed Approach to Care”
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium Coffee and Conversation
Wednesday, October 26th More Bethlehem Public Library Programs
Program Time: 2:00 p.m. Program Time: 1:00 p.m

Program Cost: Free Program Cost: Free
Join Dr. Nicole S MacFarland, PhD, LCSW-R, CA- No Transportation Offered these dates
SAC, Executive Director of Senior Hope Counsel-
ing, Inc. for a discussion on substance misuse among Friday, September 9th
senior citizens. Dr. MacFarland will discuss the The Gilded Age
signs and effects of substance abuse and some treat- Friday, September 30th
ment approaches to combating substance abuse USS Slater
Friday, October 21st
Cornell Cooperative Extension
* Flower Camp—“Star of the Season”
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium
Financial Fitness for Adults
Friday, October 28th Friday, October 28th
Program Time: 2:00 p.m. Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)
Program Cost: $12.00 By, For, and Of The People: Folk Art Program
Campers will use a stunning focus flower and leaf
manipulation to create a festive accent piece. Please
bring a small box or container
to carry your project safely

Community - Engaged As We Age!
How can we assist you? 7
For more information on services or to make an appointment, please call 518-439-4955 x 1176, unless other wise noted

Outreach Workers Discussion & Support Groups
Outreach workers are aware of the various programs Jane’s Discussion Group—1st & 3rd Wednesdays
and services available to you as you age. They are of the month from 10:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m

trained to work with older adults and their families
regarding health insurance, housing concerns, health Alice’s Discussion Group—3rd Wednesdays of the
and income related programs and more! month from 10:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m

Limited Transportation for both groups
Albany County Senior Legal Services
IN PERSON fr ee legal consultation is available Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group—2nd
Thursday September 15th or October 13th from 9:30 Tuesday of the month from 11:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m

a.m.– 11:30 a.m. This program is funded by Albany The Alzheimer Support Group is for those who are
County Dept. for Aging and staffed by Legal Aid caregivers, family, and support systems for someone
Society of NENY, Inc. You must be 60 years of age diagnosed with different types of dementia, including
or older and an Albany County resident. Call for an Alzheimer’s. This group creates a safe and welcom-
appointment with the attorney. ing environment, which encourages an open discus-
sion, including suggestions for healthy coping strate-
gies. The group is facilitated by two licensed social
Veteran’s Benefits workers. Registration: is required and can be made
by calling 1-800-272-3900 or 518-675-7214. You
Bruce Pentland, Veterans Benefits Ad- can also email at [email protected] . For more infor-
visor, will be available on the 4th Mon- mation: visit 24/7
day of the month from 2:00 p.m. to Helpline: 1-800-272-3900. Alzheimer's Association
4:00 p.m. to help answer your ques- of Northeastern New York

tions. Please call to make an appoint- No Transportation Offered

Food Pantry and donations
The food pantry is open for in person appointments. Grief Support/Discussion Group—4th Tuesday of
Please contact Outreach at 518-439-4955 ext. 1169 the month from 4:00 p.m.—5:00 p.m. The Grief
or ext. 1174 for details and/or to make your appoint- Support Group is for those living with loss. This
ment. group explores topics related to understanding differ-
ent types of grief, and how this impacts our physical,
We respectfully ask that individuals and organiza- emotional, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. We will
tions contact us first before organizing food drives to also discuss healthy coping strategies. This group
see what items are needed. creates a safe and welcoming environment, which
Needed items: J ar r ed spaghetti encourages open discussion, including suggestions
sauce, canned carrots, canned meats, for healthy coping strategies. The group is facilitated
cake and brownie mixes, crackers, gran- by two licensed social workers. Please call 518-439-
ola bars, paper towels, personal hygiene 4955 ext.1174 if you have any questions or concerns

products, and cleaning supplies. No Transportation Offered

AARP Smart Driving Courses
Bethlehem Town Hall, Auditorium
Dates: Tuesday, September 27th or October 25th
Class Time: 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Class Cost: $25.00 members, $30.00 non members

Reservations Required
Reservations for either class begins on September 6th at 9:00 a.m., please call 518-439-4955 ext. 1168. Pay-
ment is required within 7 days of registration. Please pay by check or money order payable to A A RP, please
write your membership number in the memo section of your check

Community - Engaged As We Age!
Town Recycling Events 8
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS! We have par tner ed with the City of Tr oy and Rensselaer
County on joint events to improve efficiency and lower costs for all. There are a limited number of spaces available to pre-registered
residents from Bethlehem for each of the 6 events this year

HOW TO REGISTER (if you haven’t already):
1) Please choose ONE of the 3 events listed below. Note that locations vary between events

2) Click on the DATE/CITY for that event which is a link, and complete the very short online registration

3) You will receive an email a few days before the event date with more details including directions and an assigned
timeslot for your arrival. If you can possibly make that slot it lowers everyone’s wait times

October 1 – Bethlehem: Town of Bethlehem Highway Garage, 74 Elm Ave East, Selkirk, 12158
October 29 –Troy: City of Troy Resource Management Facility/ “the Alamo”, 3000 Main St.,12180
November 19 - Poestenkill: Poestenkill Transfer Station, 9002 NY-66, Averill Park, NY 12018
 Only Pre-registered Town of Bethlehem, Troy, and Rensselaer County residents can participate

 Keep wastes in their original labeled containers. Tighten lids and pack securely in a cardboard box

 Never mix chemicals. Wrap leaking containers in newspaper and place in plastic bag or container

 DO NOT smoke near chemicals or leave product in a hot, unventilated vehicle for an extended period of time

 For everyone’s SAFETY, please stay in your car. Workers will unload the material

 We reserve the right to refuse any material that is deemed unacceptable by the managing chemist

 Limit of 30 gallons or 200 lbs. of waste per participating pre-registered household, to keep it fair for everyone

 Pesticides/Herbicides/Insecticides  Empty Paint Cans PAINT DROP OFF PROGRAM!
 Paints (Oil Base, Latex) (remove lid & trash) for details
 Wood Preservatives and Stains  Empty Aerosols (trash)
 Thinners, Solvents & Drain Cleaners  Explosives/Ammunition
 Pool Chemicals  Fireworks
 Gasoline/Kerosene (NO motor oil)  Radioactive Material
 Propane Tanks  Controlled Substances
 Cleaning Products; Acids and Bases  Known Dioxins
 Asbestos (Wet and Double Bagged)  Compressed Gases
 Batteries: Rechargeable, lithium, & lead  Commercial Waste
acid/vehicle batteries (NO alkaline)  Medical Waste/sharps
 Fluorescent & CFL Light Bulbs  Freon Appliances
 Mercury Thermostats & Thermometers  NO ELECTRONICS**

**Recycle Electronics Year-Round at the Town’s Rupert Rd Transfer Station
See website for additional info: Please be patient if line exists

QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS REGISTERING? Email [email protected] or call 518-439-4955 ext. 1510

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