Tues, 8 Jan, 7-9pm, Fitness Team, “Stay Fit in the New Year w/Terri:” William A. Doig Health Club & Spa, 3000 The Mall, Williamsburg Landing, off Lake Powell Road, Wmsbg. 5-7 volunteers needed to assist w/set-up and exercise class, led by Terri Holmes, Fitness Team Leader. Meet Bette Faye at 6:30pm at Health Club. Please wear close-toed shoes — no flip-flops allowed.
Thurs, 10 Jan, 7-9pm, Arts & Culture, “Sounds of the World w/Sandy!!” Bruton Parish House, 331 Duke of Gloucester Street, Colonial Williamsburg. 10 volunteers needed to assist w/moving in and setting up instruments. Come learn about cultural instruments from around the world. Relax and experience a “sound bath.” If you don’t like loud noises, you shouldn’t attend! Wear sweatpants, yoga clothes, or loose clothing and bring a small blanket and pillow to help get comfortable. Please meet Sandy at 6:30pm at Bruton Parish House. Park in lot behind Barnes & Noble W&M Bookstore on corner of S. Henry & Prince George Streets in Colonial Williamsburg. Looking at the back of Barnes & Noble, Bruton Parish House is directly next door to the left. Follow brick walkway to double-door entrance.
Tues, 22 Jan, 7-9pm, Fitness Team, “Fun w/W&M Men’s & Women’s Tennis Teams:” William A. Doig Health Club & Spa, 3000 The Mall, Williamsburg Landing, off Lake Powell Road, Wmsbg. 3-5 volunteers needed to help BF w/arrival & departure, snack, keeping participants moving from station to station, etc. Class led by members & coaches of W&M Men’s & Women’s Tennis Teams. Meet Bette Faye at 6:30pm at Health Club. Please wear close-toed shoes — no flip-flops allowed.
Sun, 27 Jan, 2pm, “Intelligent Lives,” Film Screening and Community Conversation: Kimball Theater, Merchants Square, Colonial Williamsburg. “You never know what people can do!” The Arc, in partnership w/PELE Special Education Advocacy Clinic, W&M Law School, and W&M School of Education proudly present “Intelligent Lives,” film screening, followed by a community conversation. “Intelligent Lives” stars three pioneering young American adults with intellectual disabilities – Micah, Naieer, and Naomie – who challenge perceptions of intelligence as they navigate high school, college, and the workforce. “Intelligent Lives” challenges what it means to be intelligent, and points to a future in which people of all abilities can fully participate in higher education, meaningful employment, and intimate relationships. More will be sent out, including ticket information. SAVE THE DATE!! (Flyer attached.) To learn more about this phenomenal film, click on: https://intelligentlives.org/. Please plan to join us on 27 January.
Tues, 29 Jan, 7-9pm, Fitness Team, “New Year Yoga w/Anita:” JCC Recreation Center, 5301 Longhill Road, Wmsbg, Meeting Rooms A & B. 5 volunteers needed to lay out mats and assist w/arrival & departure, snack. Come dressed for Yoga! Please meet Bette Faye at 6:30pm in the one-story, far-left wing of the Rec Center.