funny old lady 325x215Some people do not like being cooped up indoors. If this is you, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and then read our list of ideas to get you out of the house.
Go Bowling, it’s a fun, inexpensive activity, especially if you go with friends.
Visit a Museum, there are many in our area. After the holidays many bring in new exhibits to bring the crowds back. Movie theatre, go to a matinée and save a few bucks.


Go to a local theatre - Bucks County Playhouse (New Hope), Bristol Riverside Theatre, Keswick Theate (Glenside), County Theater (Doylestown), Sellersville Theater, Colonial Theatre (Phoenixville), and many more. Make a day of it and get reacquainted with the main street shops.
Go Sledding, grab your grandkids and find a hill.
Go Outside - Cross country skiing, Snow shoeing, Ice fishing, Snowtubing, or Winter hiking.
Go downhill skiing - many resorts offer free skiing for those over 70.
When was the last time you went to your local senior center? They are great resources and offer classes, activities, workshops and many other events.

Volunteer, helping others will always make you feel better.
Here are some volunteer opportunities:
Ben Wilson Senior Center seeks volunteers to deliver meals, provide handyman services around the center and other opportunities. Contact 215-672-8380, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 580 Delmont Avenue. Warminster 18974
How will you change the world? Attend a free Volunteer Information Session at a Montgomery County library near you. See rsvpmc.org for more information. Learn about opportunities or share your experiences as a volunteer, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for information and to reserve your space.
RSVP Volunteers needed, see below list and contact: 901 East 8th Ave, Suite 200 King of Prussia, PA 19406 610-834-1040 Friendly Visitors - Senior Assistance Program - Montco (multiple locations) Driver - Senior Assistance Program - Montco (multiple locations) GED Tutor (Adult Literacy) - Montco (multiple locations) ESL Tutor (Adult Literacy) - Montco (multiple locations) Retail Assistant - thrift shop - Montgomeryville Admin Assitant - non profit office - Montgomeryville Blood Donor Ambassador - health care support - Montgomery County Blood Service Transportation  - health
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