CURRENT INFORMATION

Get your Designer Bag Bingo tickets now!!  We sell out fast.  Friday, September 16th.  SOLD OUT
CLICK HERE for FLYER & INFO

Join us for a Lunch & Learn on 9/21/22 presented by CARE Patrol
CLICK HERE for Care Patrol Lunch & Learn Flyer & Info

Join us for a Lunch & Learn on 10/5/22 presented by Your Senior Savior
CLICK HERE for Your Senior Savior Lunch & Learn Flyer & Info

Food & Nutrition Event presented by Trinity Health Pace/Life St. Mary, Tuesday, 10/18/22
CLICK HERE for Nutrition Event & Flyer

Kris Kringle Holiday Market, Saturday, November 5th, 9:00am – 12:30pm
Come on out and have some fun while shopping for great holiday items.  
CLICK HERE for Kris Kringle Flyer & Info

CLICK HERE for September & October Computer Schedule

Movies are starting up again.  Tuesdays, 1pm, barring any more audio technical difficulties!!!
September 13th:  Purple Hearts
September 20th:  The Lost City
September 27th:  The Sleep Over

PRODUCE VOUCHERS AVAILABLE AT BWSAC FOR PICK UP ONLY
TUESDAYS, 10AM-1PM
Help for Low-Income Seniors:  Senior Farmers Market Nutrition ProgramFresh produce available at local farmers markets.
Fresh produce available at local farmers markets. (Bucks County)

The Bucks County Area Agency on Aging (BCAAA) is partnering with the state Department of Agriculture to again help seniors stock their pantries with fresh, locally-grown produce. Through the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), eligible seniors can receive vouchers valued at $24 per eligible recipient. Vouchers are available through Sept. 30, or while supplies last, and can be used to purchase fruits and vegetables at participating farmers markets. The program is open to eligible seniors who reside in Bucks County, will be 60 or older by the end of the year and meet annual income requirements. Income includes wages, rental income, Social Security, child support payments, retirement plan distributions, and other forms of income.

CLICK HERE for Daily Activities Schedule 2022

CLICK HERE for September 2022 Menu         

For more info on 2022 day trips, click on TRIPS link at top of this page.
 

Senior Citizen stories, Senior jokes and cartoons.

PLEASE CLICK BELOW FOR A GREAT ARTICLE PROVIDED BY Andrea Needham, Eldersday.org
 
Doylestown Health Connections is offering FREE virtual health & wellness programs to the Ben Wilson members. They will be sharing blogs monthly
and you may find information and programs that will help you stay healthy.  Virtual programs will be presented by doctors, healthcare providers & nutritionist affiliated with Doylestown Health. These virtual health & wellness programs are free for the community, giving access to quality education with a place to ask questions and get answers without making an appointment.
CLICK HERE for Classes
 
Delaware Valley University offers classes to seniors through their Center for Learning in Retirement.  
CLICK HERE for INFORMATION
 

Haircuts:  4th Monday of the month, 9am-11:30am, Must Call for Appointment.  $10 

DRIVERS WANTED…Is your New Year’s Resolution to Volunteer more in the Community? 

Image result for driver clip artDrivers needed for MEALS ON WHEELS in Warminster.  Week day mornings only.  Flexible with hours & days.  Gas & mileage reimbursed.  Drivers also needed for pick up of baked goods & bread.  Call the Center and ask for Amanda for pick up times, locations, etc.

What’s going on this month: 

  • For all regular activities, check out our activities section!!

HELP WANTED:
Drivers for Meals on Wheels and Donation Pick Ups.  Kitchen volunteer needed Wednesday mornings 8am-1:30pm.  Call Amanda Gershanick at the Center for further info. 

BWSAC asks for your help….
PLEASE participate in our fundraisers, donate $, merchandise or your time, keep up with your membership payment, or mail a check to the Center or stop by the Center to make your donation.  Every dollar counts!  No amount is too small or to big!!!  Make checks payable to Ben Wilson Senior Activity Center.  Much thanks and appreciation for your support.

BWSAC and it’s projects, activities and programs are funded in part by the County Commissioners, through the BCAAA and the PA Department of Aging.