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Learning and Recreation

Avon Theatre Film Center 
Foreign, classic, documentary, and independent films.

 

CRIS Radio, Connecticut's Talking Newsstand 
For the Blind and Print-Handicapped Operating 24 hours a day, Connecticut, national, and world news along with sports, store ads, obituaries and the latest business news are read on the air.

 

Family Centers 
Friendly Connections program offers classes by telephone for seniors.

 

 Library of Congress- Braille Music Scores 
Access to the more than  30,000 braille transcriptions of musical scores and instructional texts,large-prtint scores, librettos, instructional recordings in music theory, appreciation and performance. Talking books and magazines also available.

 

Stamford Jewish Community Center 
Classes, discussions and recreation for seniors.

 

Lifetime learners Institute
Norwalk Community College invites people 50+ to choose from 40 courses and a lunch-time lecture series.

 

Over Sixty Club 
Free activities for seniors on a drop-in basis Monday through Friday.  Includes exercise, dance, crafts, and computer instruction.

 

Read This to Me 
Hadley School for the Blind will read a document over the phone if it is faxed by a blind or low-vision individual.

 

Senior Men’s Association of Stamford
Activities for men over 55, including weekly speakers, discussions about finance and technology, and sports such as golf, tennis, and bowling.

 

Stamford Public Schools Adult and Continuing Education
Low-cost classes for adults from computers to language instruction

 

Stamford Senior Center
Available to Stamford residents 50 and older. Activities include exercise, lectures, social events and computer instruction.

 

Web Wise Seniors, Inc.  
Offers large print books with visuals and DVD’s that teach a wide variety of computer skills.