All Cobb County residents age 55+ are invited to participate in activities at various senior centers throughout Cobb County. The following is a list of all activities scheduled at the East Cobb Senior Center located at 3332 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta/East Cobb. Call the East Cobb Senior Center at 770-509-4900 for reservations and/or more details.

Free Hearing Screening
Friday, March 1 ● 9am-12pm
Free; First come, first served basis.
Is your hearing causing you concern? Take the time to have it checked out and get a free screening from Dr. Bret Greenblatt.

Afford Your Medications and Stay Out of the Donut Hole (#7969)
Friday, March 1 ● 10-11am
Free; Registration required
The ongoing cost of prescription medications can be a challenge, especially if you are taking more than one prescribed medication. Come to this seminar to learn how to save money.

Cooking with Alto (#7970)
Wednesday, March 6 ● 11am-12pm
Free; Registration required.
Enjoy cooking Italian food.

Town Hall with Chairman Mike Boyce
Wednesday, March 6 ● 3pm and 7pm
A chance to discuss topics including FY19 & FY20 budgets, transit & transportation proposals.

Importance of Being Educated Prior to a Crisis (#7980)
Tuesday, March 12 ● 10am-12pm
Free; Registration required
The options for paying for long-term care are limited. Did you know that Medicare will not pay for home care or assisted living community care? Do you know what Medicaid provides? Most families do not realize their limited options until they are in a crisis—usually when their loved one is about to be discharged from a hospital. Making decisions while in a crisis can be stressful and result in bad choices.

Biography: Juliette Gordon Low (#7974)
Tuesday, March 12 ● 1-2pm
Free; Registration required.
$9 Cobb residents; $11 Non-residents
Documentary film on Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts.

Wednesday, March 12 ● 11:30am-1pm
Tin Lizzy’s Cantina, 4475 Roswell Road, Marietta
Registration required.

Ireland Through Irish Eyes (#7976)
Monday, March 18 ● 11am-1pm
Free; Registration required
Dervila Stivers and Emer Coughlin, Celtic native and owners of Celtic Hearts Travel, will discuss their favorite topic: Ireland! There will be a picture presentation on Erin’s geography, culture and history, some Irish trivia and time for Q&A. Complimentary lunch sponsored by The Holbrook of Acworth.

Cooking with Pampered Chef (#7971)
Monday, March 18 ● 11:30am
Registration required.
$8 supply fees payable to the instructor.

Cooking Club
Friday, March 22 ● 10-11:30am

How to Use Uber (#8756)
Friday, March 22 ● 1:30-2:30pm
Free; Registration required
Join us to learn how to use the rideshare program Uber. Uber is a great outlet for seniors looking for a safer way to travel. We will be learning how to create an account, how to check prices for rides, how to request a ride, and Uber safety tips. Smartphone, laptop, tablet or computer required to use Uber.

History Corner: Mardi Gras & New Orleans (#7975)
Tuesday, March 26 ● 1-2pm
Free; Registration required When it comes to Mardi Gras, New Orleanians like to think they’re at the center of the universe. While they most definitely put on the largest and most fun free party in North America, the celebration of Fat Tuesday is much older than New Orleans.

AARP Smart Driver (#6829)
Thursday, March 28 ● 9am-4pm
$15.00 AARP members/$20.00 Non-members (cash or check only).
The course teaches proven driving techniques to help keep you and your loved ones safe on the road. Learn age-related physical changes and how to adjust your driving to compensate. Check with your insurance agent about a possible discount. Bring a lunch.

Weather Safety (#7977)
Friday, March 29 ● 10-11am
Free; Registration required
Join Cobb County Emergency Management Agency as they bring you tips and important information on how to prepare and protect yourself for a tornado and other types of destructive storms. You will also learn how to use a weather radio to keep you informed.