August 2018 Events at Chatham Council on Aging

A little something for everyone...

Chatham Council on Aging

193 Stony Hill Road

Chatham, MA 02633

508-945-5190

 

August 2018 Events

 

Wednesday, August 1st, 2pm

July and August Birthdays Celebration

If you were born in the months of July and August, and reside in Chatham, we hope you will join us at the COA for our combined-months Birthday celebration. Guests are encouraged.  Transportation is available. Call the COA at 508-945-5190 to register.

 

Monday, August 6th – 12pm

COA Gourmet Café

Pesto Crusted Cod with a Roasted Tomato Salsa, Garlic Bread, Caesar Salad and Summer Berry Shortcake for dessert. Reservations are required. Tickets are $7. Transportation is available. Call the COA at 508-945-5190.

 

Monday August 6th – 1pm

FREE MOVIE at the COA CINEMA

“Finding your Feet” – Rated PG-13, Running time: 111 Min.

 When "Lady" Sandra Abbott discovers that her husband of 40 years is having an affair with her best friend, she seeks refuge in London with her estranged, older sister Bif. The two could not be more different - Sandra is a fish out of water next to her          outspoken, serial dating, free-spirited sibling. But different is just what Sandra needs at the moment, and she reluctantly lets Bif drag her along to a community dance class, where she starts finding her feet. Rated PG-13 for suggestive material, brief drug use, and brief strong language. This comedy romance stars:  Imelda StauntonCelia ImrieTimothy Spall. Consider joining us for Luncheon before the movie. See above for details. Reservations are required. Transportation is available. Call the COA at         508-945-5190.

 

Wednesday August 8th - 10am

DAYTRIP Destination: OrleanS

1st Stop-Christmas Tree Shops: No matter the season, Christmas Tree Shops will thrill you with affordable prices on the latest trends in home goods and holiday decorations.  Shopping at Christmas Tree Shops is always a bright idea thanks to their sales-worthy price tags. 

2nd Stop-The Knack: as described by Cape Cod Times: “Every so often you come across a business that is doing every single thing right. The Knack in Orleans is one such place. Brothers Van and Michael Haidas decided to perfect the Cape Cod roadside stand and the choices they have made say a lot about the type of people they are. Every single thing on the menu is handmade in house   using the best local ingredients they can find.”

Final Stop: Leave room for dessert, we will head over to the Local Scoop for make your own Sundaes!! 

COST: Transportation is FREE! Shopping, Lunch and Dessert at your own cost.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Space is limited. Call the COA at 508-945-5190 to register. Bus Departs the COA at 10am.

 

Monday, August 13th – 12pm

Lunch and Musical MelodieS – fEATURING:  gLENN sTARNER- tATE

Join us for a gourmet lunch and enjoy musical melodies as our special guest, Glenn Starner-Tate “tickles the ivories” for you! Glenn has generously donated his time and talents for this special performance for us. He has performed onstage roles, been musical director and performance pianist for productions at a number of local theaters.  BUT, his favorite venue is playing piano for social gatherings, which allows him to roam free in a repertoire that’s been growing since he was 5 years old growing up in Kansas.  He holds a Masters degree in Music Education from the University of Tulsa, has three piano CDs to his credit, enjoys coaching musicians to achieve their goals as performers and is the Minister of Music at the Federated Church of Orleans where he acts as pianist, organist, and choir director.  Lunch will be catered by Chatham Village Market! On the menu: Quiche, Mixed Greens Salad with balsamic dressing & assorted Brownies and Cookies for dessert. Tickets are $7. Reservations are required; Transportation is available. Call 508-945-5190 to reserve your spot!

 

Monday August 20th, 12pm

MARGARITAVILLE LUNCH & CONCERT –  FEATURING:  HARRY FRENCH

Come waste the day away at the COA Margaritaville concert!  Enjoy a Jimmy Buffett tribute performance by local musician and performer Harry French. Harry regularly plays venues on Cape Cod, Boston, and the Florida Keys. Buffett’s music is widely known for its focus on the island lifestyle. Songs like Margaritaville and Cheeseburger in Paradise made him an icon—now you can enjoy them performed live right here at the Senior Center! For lunch we’ll be serving Jamaican Jerk Shrimp, Chicken and Vegetable Kabobs with a Tropical Fruit Salsa, Caribbean Sweet Potato Salad, and Key Lime Pie for dessert. Tickets are $9. Reservations are required; Transportation is available. 

Call 508-945-5190 to reserve your spot!

 

Wednesday, August 22nd - 9:30am

DAYTRIP Destination: Sagamore Market Basket Shopping & Early Lunch

Rated the best supermarket on Cape Cod for its selection, Market Basket prides itself on its "no zone pricing" philosophy which means the prices in the New Hampshire and New Bedford stores will be the exactly the same as those in the Sagamore store.

 Bus departs the COA at 9:30 am. Café breakfast/lunch and other purchases are at the cost of the shopper. Transportation is FREE, space is limited. Call the COA at 508-945-5190 to reserve your spot.

 

Monday August 27th, 12pm

COA Café  - “Spuds with your Buds”

Come to the COA where Sergeant Massey from the Chatham Police Department will show you how to take your run of the mill baked potato and turn it into a culinary masterpiece. Join us at our five star potato bar where once you top you won't stop! Come for lunch and stay for the movie! The FREE COA Cinema will be screening “Chappaquiddick”. Don’t miss out on the fun, reserve your spot today! Reservations Required; Transportation Available.  Tickets are $5; Movie FREE. Call 508-945-5190 

 

 

 

 

August 27th at 1pm

COA Cinema FREE Movie Monday

“Chappaquiddick”  Rated PG-13, Running time: 101 Min

The scandal and mysterious events surrounding the tragic drowning of a young woman, as Ted Kennedy drove his car off the infamous bridge, are revealed in the new movie starring Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne. Not only did this event take the life of an aspiring political strategist and Kennedy insider, but it ultimately changed the course of presidential history forever. Through true accounts, documented in the inquest from the investigation in 1969, director John Curran and writers Andrew Logan and Taylor Allen, intimately expose the broad reach of political power, the influence of America's most celebrated family; and the vulnerability of Ted Kennedy, the youngest son, in the shadow of his family legacy. Rated PG-13 for thematic material, disturbing images, some strong language, and historical smoking. Starring: Jason ClarkeEd HelmsJim Gaffigan. Reservations are required. Transportation is available. Consider joining us for lunch before the movie, for the Baked Potato Buffet.  Call the COA at 508-945-5190

 

Gourmet Café Lunch – Mondays, 12pm – Menu

INCLUDES BREAD BASKET, ENTRÉE, BEVERAGE & DESSERT; SPACE IS LIMITED. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. CALL THE COA AT 508-945-5190. TRANSPORTATION IS AVAILABLE.

 

 

August 6th   $7  

Pesto Crusted Cod with a Roasted Tomato Salsa, Garlic Bread, Caesar Salad and Summer Berry Shortcake for dessert

  

August 13th $7 ~ with Pianist Glenn Starner-Tate

Quiche, Mixed Greens Salad with balsamic dressing, and assorted Brownies and Cookies for dessert. (Catered by Chatham Village Market)

  

August 20th $9 ~ Margaritaville Party with Harry French 

Jamaican Jerk Shrimp, Chicken and Vegetable Kabobs with a Tropical Fruit Salsa, Caribbean Sweet Potato Salad, and Key Lime Pie for dessert

 

August 27th $5 ~ Spuds with Your Buds

Sergeant Bill Massey’s Five Star Potato Bar

 

Enjoy SOUP TO GO

$4/Pint

Available through the week, or while supplies last.  Heat and enjoy at home, or stock up your freezer!

 

 August 6th  

Summer Gazpacho

 

August 20th 

Caribbean Chicken Stew


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