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...HAND & FOOT CARD PARTY -- Saturday, March 18; 11:00 am-4:00 pm....



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12:10 pm—Doors open
12:15 pm—Refreshments served
12:30 pm — The movie starts
50+ only, please!


O Brother, Where Art Thou
Monday, March 13

Comedy / Drama

2000 - PG-13 - 1h 46m
Ulysses Everett McGill (George Clooney) is having
difficulty adjusting to his hard-labor sentence in
Mississippi. He scams his way off the chain gang with
simple Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson) and maladjusted
Pete (John Turturro), then the trio sets out to pursue
freedom and the promise of a fortune in buried
treasure. With nothing to lose and still in shackles, their
hasty run takes them on an incredible journey of
awesome experiences and colorful characters.

That Thing You Do
Monday, March 27

Comedy / Drama

1996 - PG - 1h 50m

Wily band manager Mr. White (Tom Hanks) helps a
small town band achieve big time success when they
release a Beatles-style pop song in 1964. Pennsylvania
band the "Oneders" become a sensation after their
drummer breaks his arm, and is replaced by jazz
enthusiast, Guy Patterson (Tom Everett Scott), who
injects something a bit different into their music.

12:10 pmDoors open

12:15 pmRefreshments served

12:30 pmMovie starts

50+ only please!




If you are a senior currently in a Woodland Senior Center art class, or if you have several art pieces you’d like to show off, sign up to be a featured artist at the annual Senior Art Show on Friday March 24.

This event (part of the larger ReXpo event) is to show off the talents of our seniors, and to draw attention to senior art classes.

Contact the Welcome Desk at (530) 661-2001 to register. Registration deadline is March 4, 2023. T

he show is 4:00-7:00 pm, setup is at 2:00 pm.


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Woodland Stompers
Line Dance Performance group

The Woodland Stompers was started in 1988 by June Sadlier, activities director for the Woodland Senior Center. By 1992 Mary & Tony were leading and arranging the performances.

Line dancing is fun, good exercise and a great stress reducer that doesn't require a partner. Who can be thinking of their problems when smiling, tapping your heels and toes and swinging around the dance floor to country and popular music.

Roberta and Roger are the leaders for the Woodland Stompers ..... They attend classes elsewhere and bring back new dances for us to learn, Roberta doing the teaching and Roger providing the music.

Woodland Stompers practices every Monday from 2 PM to 3:30 PM [Beginners Class 1:30 to 2 PM ] in the room next to the YMCA area of the Woodland Community/Senior Center . We are a friendly line-dance group who dance for exercise, to be social and because it's fun. Our group regularly performs around the area. We welcome all line dancers to come and practice with us. Some experience would be helpful.




Senior Center Inc. Event Policy 2022

For the upcoming Thanksgiving Dinner and the Holiday Social

  • All RSVP's will be made in-person at the Welcome Desk
  • Only 300 tickets are available for either event. (This may change!)
  • Each attendee needs to buy a $1 ticket. That $1 goes towards an opportunity drawing at the event.
  • Doors will open at the times stated on the ticket. No early entrance!
  • Members of Senior Center Inc. get priority tickets for two weeks after release. General public
    tickets will be available after the priority period.
  • We ask that only people age 50 or better attend the event, with exception of professional caretakers.
  • Signups for Thanksgiving Dinner begin October 3 for members and October 18th for non-members.
  • Signups for Holiday Social begin November 1 for members and November 15 for non-members.
  • Events are subject to cancellation at any time.


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