Whether you need to run a few errands, are looking for a friendly game of bingo or just want to sit and chat over a hot cinnamon roll and coffee, September is a great time to stop by Butte's Belmont Senior Center to take in all that is happening.

Photo: Tommy O/Townsquare Media
Photo: Tommy O/Townsquare Media

Let's start with the cinnamon rolls and coffee.  They are both hot and fresh and available Tuesdays from 8am to 10:30 for just a buck.  Hang around because on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, pinochle is played at 1pm for $1 plus 25 cents per set.  If you like games, they play bingo on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1pm.

I love Bingo pen and card on a white background.
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Keep the blood circulating properly with Sneaker Exercise Class every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am for $1.50 per class and remember that wood carvers meet every Thursday at 8:30am.  And if crafts are your thing, Craft Circle with Lorisa will be taking place on Tuesday the 12th and again on Tuesday the 26th at 10:30am.  The Foot Clinic is available by appointment and is $15 payable to Peggy Dean and blood pressure is checked every Friday morning at 11am.

Elderly couple together at the kitchen
Tech Tips can help with your digital frustration. Photo: Townsquare Labs/Zinkevych

Does your smartphone, computer or laptop have you screaming in frustration?  Do not fear, Tech Tips will be back on September 19 with one-on-one help with your digital devices.  And as always, rides to medical appointments are available between 9 and 11am Monday thru Friday.  Cost is $5 round trip, $3 one way and shopping excursions are available for $10.

If you require further assistance, stop by the Belmont Senior Center at 615 E Mercury, call (406)723-7773 or email info@belmontseniorcenter.com.

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