SeniorsPlus offers Tai Chi

FARMINGTON — SeniorsPlus is offering an 16-week long Tai Chi for Health workshop on Mondays starting June 26. The workshop will take place at the Farmington Recreation Center, 127 Middle St.

The Program cost is $40, although scholarships are available if needed.

Tai Chi provides a low-impact exercise that improves muscular strength, flexibility and fitness. Increasing muscular strength supports and projects joints, which will in turn reduce pain. Exercises that work on flexibility also help to reduce pain and stiffness, thus improving mobility. Tai Chi improves balance and significantly reduces the rate of falls in older adults. 

FMI, register: 1-800-427-1241.

Cancer Resource Center Men’s Group


NORWAY — Cancer Resourse Center of Western Maine is offering the Men’s Rally Group for men diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers.

The group will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 27, at the center, 199 Maine St. 

Hosts Vance Jordan and Nel Bernard will be there for a discussion on self care for the cancer patient. Individual chair massages, cards, cribbage, refreshments and conversation will follow.

FMI: 207-583-2975, 207-312-9955,

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