Programming

  1. *Zoom Activities*
  2. *Sandwich Community TV*
  3. *Outdoor Walking Group*
  4. *Zoom Yoga*
  5. *At the COA*

Zoom Activities Online

Zoom Practice Coffee Hour - Zoom is a great way to stay in touch with family and friends. We are hosting a coffee hour every Wednesday morning at 10:00am to help you learn and practice. Call the COA with your email address and we’ll
send you an invitation to join us.

COA Page Turners Book Club - 3rd Thursday of the month. January 21st at 1:30pm: Please call the office for the book title. Copies of the book are available behind the reference desk at Sandwich Public Library. This group meets through Zoom. Please call the office to be added to the email list to receive the Zoom link.

Virtual Pastel Painting Workshop with Gregory Maichack. “Pastel Paint the Miracle Flowers”. Thursday, January 7th at 10:30am. This exciting Zoom pastel painting workshop is designed for sheer beginners to experienced artists. Participants will be provided pastels, white charcoal pencils, template, and pastel paper. You will produce your own pastel painting inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s enormous mural, “The Miracle Flower”. Please call the office to register and pick up your supplies. *This project is supported in part from a grant from the Sandwich Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. 

Current Events Discussion Group - Friday, January 8th and 22nd at 10:00am. We use the NewsCurrents platform to discuss topical current happenings here and around the world. Come join the discussion, new members always welcome!

Zoom Presentation with Henry Quinlan - USSR/Russia Myths, Mysteries, and Spying. Don't miss this presentation based on local author Henry Quinlan's 30 years' involvement with the former Soviet Union and Russia including living in Moscow for five years during the demise of the USSR and the rise of the new Russia. This presentation will entertain and educate you! It starts in 1986 with the Chernobyl incident disaster and carries through to 2019. Topics covered include the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russian Mafia, the FBI and spying, secrets of the Soviet Space Agency, memorable sights and people. Remarkable videos and photos of the Hermitage, Kremlin Museum and the Pushkin Museum.

Study and Discussion Group - David Wyant - History lecturer David Wyant is returning in January. If you are interested in an active study and discussion group, this class will choose from topics on American History, World History or Science. You will provide in depth research on an agreed upon topic, and participants will study parts of the topic before each virtual gathering (via Zoom unless we can gather in person). Please call to register and let us kow two days/times you will be available and your first choice of study.

Cookbook and Supper Club Group - call the office for more information.

Woman, silhouetted, doing a yoga dancer pose, sunset and reflection on waves in background