Plenty of activities to make the most of your July

Active Living Programs for July for seniors 60+ are available five days/week. Community Care offers over 50 online events each month for seniors 60+.

In-person programming is slowly and safely being reintroduced. There is a low annual membership fee of $25. Online Zoom fitness and arts classes along with socials are held Monday to Friday. In July the Zoom webinar topics include “Camp Picton Through the Years” with author Joanne Fralick; “An Introduction to Flight Festival” with Leader and Choreographer Carol Anderson; and “Medication and Aging” with County Drugstore Pharmacist Karl Sitarski. Closed captioning is available for the webinar events listed above. Get active, make friends, be well.

For more information or to participate call Community Care at 613-476-7493, email or check the activity calendar on the Community Care website at

Community Care needs volunteers to help in the Thrift Shop at 153 Main Street in Picton. If you have three hours per week (10 a.m. – 1 p.m. or 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.) then give Community Care a call. No experience is necessary. A full orientation is offered. There are always experienced volunteers on site. All pandemic safety measures are in place. Anyone wishing to work on the cash desk or to sort and price is welcome. We are really needing people who are willing to volunteer on Saturdays. Start the conversation by calling 613-476-7493.

Community Care continues the monthly curbside pick-up of meals on Thursday, July 28, 2022. Chef Bill Grieve of Wheelhouse and Occasions catering is preparing a scrumptious meal of roast beef, homemade soup, vegetables, potato, bread and coconut cream pie. The cost is $18 meal and seniors 60+ can order by calling the Community Care office at 613-476-7493. All meals must be paid in advance. Meals will be packaged hot and ready to be picked up at the Milford Town Hall, 3076 County Road 10, Milford . Only those who preorder and pay will be served. To order, or for more information, call 613-476-7493. Orders will be taken until 4:30p.m on Monday, July 25th. Community Care helps seniors live at home with safety and security.

What’s listed above is just a small sampling of what’s available. We know about all the other programs and services in the community, too, so just reach out and make the call. We’re here for you. 613-476-7493.

-Debbie MacDonald Moynes