Freeholder Zaborowski Announces 'Ageless Art Show' at Warrenbrook Senior Center
WARREN – Somerset County Freeholder Robert Zaborowski, human services liaison, is inviting residents to the “Ageless Art Show,” an art exhibition to be held by the Warrenbrook Senior Center, located on the golf course at 500 Warrenville Road. It will run Monday, April 28, through Thursday, May 1, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
“The art exhibition is free and open to the public,” said Freeholder Zaborowski. “We are pleased to celebrate the incredible talent of the many artists at Warrenbrook.”
Residents are invited to an opening ceremony, which will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, April 28. Warrenbrook will provide light refreshments.
The exhibit will showcase work done by Warrenbrook clients of all skill levels who participated in a watercolor paint class offered by the center.
If visitors would like to stay for lunch, contact the senior center by 10:00 a.m., at least one business day in advance, to make a lunch reservation. A suggested lunch donation of $2.00 is recommended for individuals age 60 and above. The cost of lunch for those under age 60 is $6.75.
One of seven centers operated by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services, Warrenbrook is a multipurpose facility that offers a variety of educational, recreational and entertaining activities for active older adults, including wellness programs and health screenings. The center is accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Somerset County senior centers offer a wide range of experiences designed for lifelong enrichment in a social and uplifting atmosphere, intended to positively impact overall health. Choices of four lunch menus (with and without meat) are served daily at centers, which are funded in part through the Older Americans Act and the county Board of Chosen Freeholders. Many of the programs and activities are made possible through partnerships, volunteers and the generosity of donors who pay instructor and presenter fees.