Looking for a way to stretch out your legs, get a little exercise and have some fun?
Look no further than the newly renovated All Saints Bowling Center at 26 Broadway.
The Council on Aging’s weekly bowling group meet at the center on Monday mornings.
Although the center is often used by students from St. Joseph School of All Saints Parish, there is plenty of room for senior citizens to join in on the fun.
The bowling center is in the basement of the school, just off Lafayette Square.
IF YOU GO
What: Bowling for exercise
When: Mondays at 11 a.m.
Where: All Saints Bowling Center, 26 Broadway
Here are events and activities for Haverhill senior citizens:
Trip to art exhibit planned: A tripto the Museum of Fine Arts to see the John Singer Sargent water color exhibit is planned.
For details, please contact the Council on Aging at 978-374-2390. The date and time will be announced.
Stop the bullying of senior citizens: Ten percent to 20 percent of senior citizens have experienced some kind of senior-to- senior aggression, experts say.
Asst. Deputy Jason Ebacher from Sherriff Frank Cousin’s office will be at the Citizens Center on Nov. 13 for a presentation on senior bullying.
This presentation is open to the public, and reservations can be made by calling the Council on Aging at 978-374-2390.
Property tax breaks discussed: You may be entitled to a property tax rebate.
On Nov. 6 at 10:30 a.m., Brian Lynch from the Massachusetts Department of Revenue will be at the Citizens Center to discuss the Circuit Breaker Program. This program is a state income tax credit for eligible Massachusetts residents age 65 and older who paid rent or real estate taxes during the year.
Income restrictions are $53,000 for single and $80,000 for married taxpayers. Assets are not included in the calculation, however, a Massachusetts State Income Tax Form and a Circuit Breaker Schedule CB must be filed. To learn more about this program and to see if you qualify, contact Kathy Bresnahan or Rita LaBella at 978-374-2390 at the Council on Aging.