News at the Cranston Enrichment Center

Posted 1/8/20

1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 Short-Term Rehab: What is It? Thursday, Jan. 9 at 10 a.m. Provided by the Scandinavian Home Who can benefit from short-term rehab? What does it include? What is the cost? Who pays? Bring your questions and concerns.

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Short-Term Rehab: What is It?

Who can benefit from short-term rehab? What does it include? What is the cost? Who pays? Bring your questions and concerns. Refreshments will be served.

Primary Care for Older Adults

Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 10 a.m.To better enhance the care of older adult patients, Care New England is launching a new ambulatory practice setting where members can seek their care conveniently and in the community. Join us on Jan. 15 to learn about this new Care New England practice that is designed to better suit the needs of older adults.

Lunch & Entertainment

Thursday, Jan. 16 at 11:30 a.m.Suggested donation: $3

Bring a friend and enjoy lunch while listening to the Al Testa Jazz Quartet. Call 780-6134 for your reservation.

Book Club

Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 10:30 a.m.Come and join our Book Club. We meet monthly. This month we are reading “Color of Water”

by James McBride. It is a black man’s tribute to his white mother, the autobiography and memoir of James McBride first published in 1995.

Living Well Rhode Island: Tools for Healthy Living

This free program is for those individuals who simply want to improve their quality of life. It provides self-management tools anyone can use to make a positive difference in their lives. Participants receive a workbook and a relaxation CD. Upon successfully completing the program participants will receive a gift certificate. Registration is necessary. Call now 780-6000.

Important information from Transvan

Please remember that if Cranston Public Schools are closed, there will be no Transvan transportation. During inclement weather, listen to WHJJ (920) or WPRO (630) for any cancellations.

Exercise Programs

The secret to feeling better and living longer – it’s called staying active! Start the New Year by treating yourself to one of our exercise classes, including Chair Exercises, Aerobics, Tai Chi, Yoga, Chair Yoga, Making Fitness Easy, Zumba, Bone Builders of RI, Ballroom Dancing and Line Dancing. There is something for everyone! For more information, call 780-6216.

Our doors are open to all Cranston and non-Cranston residents. Our programs assist, inform, entertain and enrich the lives of individuals 55 years and older. To learn more about our services and programs and the latest activities and upcoming programs follow us on Twitter (@cranstonsenior) and Facebook (@CranstonSeniorEnrichmentCenter) or visit


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