All Cobb residents age 55+ are invited to participate in activities at various senior centers throughout Cobb. The following is a list of all activities scheduled at the East cobb Senior Center located at 3332 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta 30066. Call the East Cobb Senior Center at 770-509-4900 for reservations and/or more details.

Meowgaritas For Mutts (#9079)
Friday, May 3 ● 11am-2pm
$8 Cobb residents: $10 Non-residents; Plus a pet food donation.
In keeping with this year’s Older American Month theme of Connect Create Contribute, join in supporting the community with Meowgaritas for Mutts. Celebrate Cinco De Mayo and the spirit of Older American’s Month with a pet food drive for Pet Buddies Food Pantry, Mexican food and music by DJ Greg Picciano.

The Age of Beauty: Food and You: What’s Aging Got to Do With it? (#8968)
Monday, May 6 ● 10-11:30am
Free; Registration required.
Bodies need different foods and nutrients to function optimally as they age. Learn tips for adapting your diet as your metabolism, taste buds and digestion change.

Biography: Marilyn Monroe (#8921)
Tuesday, May 7 ● 1-2pm
Free; Registration required.
Marilyn Monroe was an American actress, comedienne, singer and model. Marilyn acted in only thirty films, but her legendary status and mysticism will remain with film history forever.

Cobb DOT Comprehensive Transportation Plan
Tuesday, May 7 ● 7-9pm
Your chance to help set the future of transit and transportation will come during a series of community meetings. These Comprehensive Transportation Plan meetings will be held across the county. Come to a meeting near you to see proposals and make proposals of your own. These projects will help shape the future of getting through Cobb for decades ahead.

Paper Petals (#8925)
Thursday, May 9 ● 10:30am-12noon
Free; Registration required. Learn how to make beautiful tissue paper flowers for seasonal decorations or gifts. Easy to make, always look great and don’t need watering. All materials supplied.

How to Cope with Arthritis (#8924)
Friday, May 10 ● 10-11:30am
Free; Registration required. Living with arthritis can present a unique set of challenges, however, you can overcome and cope with these hindrances to improve your quality of life.

What Story Do You Tell Yourself About Aging? (#8969)
Fridays, May 10 – 24 ● 1-3pm
$22 Cobb residents; $27 Non-residents.
Are you getting old or growing old? Join Lorelei Robbins, astrologer, counselor, mediator and John San Miguel, writer, producer, director for stimulating conversations.

ASiST (Aging Simulation & Sensitivity Training) (#8923)
Friday, May 15 ● 10-11:30am
Free; Registration required.
An engaging, educational training that promotes empathy when caregiving for older adults and offers helpful solutions to those caring for someone with these age-related challenges. Hosted by Aloha to Aging.

Your Life, Your Legacy (#8926)
Tuesday, May 14 ● 11am-1pm
Free; Registration required.
Discover four easy steps to plan your final arrangements and bring peace of mind to yourself and your family.

Protect Your Wealth (#8927)
Friday, May 17 ● 10-11:30am
Free; Registration required. Learn different concepts of protecting against running out of money for spouses as well as couples when faced with long term care.

The Oddities of the English Language (#9082)
Tuesday, May 21 ● 12-1pm
$11 Cobb residents; $14 Non-residents.
Neil Scott-Barbour will be presenting the comical differences in London’s Cockney, English and American languages. He will focus on the often-hilarious mannerisms found in figures of speech in the English language, such as oxymorons, spoonerisms, and malapropisms.

Dine-a-Round (#8928)
Wednesday, May 22 ● 11:30am-1pm
Lucia’s Italian Restaurant 4705 Woodstock Road, Roswell 30075
Registration required; Separate checks for lunch

AARP Smart Driver (#6830)
Thursday, May 23 ● 9am-4pm
$15 AARP members; $20 Non-members (cash or check only).
This 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.

Cooking with Pampered Chef (#8929)
Friday, May 24 ● 11:30am
$8 supply fees payable to the instructor.
Registration required.
Practice cooking for one.

History Corner: The Ringling Brothers (#8922)
Tuesday, May 28 ● 1-2pm
Free; Registration required.
Sons of poor immigrants in the Midwest, Ringling Brothers expanded within a decade from a small regional circus to a large traveling circus across the country and ultimately bought Barnum and Bailey to become the largest circus in history.

Classic City Clydesdale Farm (#8176)
Wednesday, May 29; Deadline May 1 ● 8am-4pm
(Check-in 7:30am)
$65 CSS members; $71 Non-members.
Payment due at registration; Deadline May 1
Saddle up and head out to Classic City Clydesdale Farm. There will be a tour of the farm where you can get up close with the famous Clydesdale horse, plus cows, ducks, sheep and turkeys. Finish the tour with a tractor ride across the farm. After the tour, there will be a visit to Chops and Hops for a delicious lunch. Price includes transportation, tickets, lunch and driver’s tip.

Chattanooga Whiskey Tour (#8670)
Wednesday, June 26; Deadline May 13 • 10am-7pm
(Check in 9:30am)
All times are approximate.
$67 CSS member; $74 Non-member.
Payment due at registration; Deadline May 13. Take a trip to the first whiskey distillery in downtown Chattanooga. Visit Big River Brewery for lunch. Price includes motor coach, tickets, lunch and driver’s tip. No refunds unless trip is cancelled Activity Level 3, stairs.