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The Watertown Senior Center sent out the following information:

Programs for Week of March 1, 2021

Join us via Zoom for the following programs. Call for access info: (617) 972-6490.

New participants always welcome in every program! We hope you’ll join us!

All Watertown Senior Center Programs via Zoom, Call (617) 972-6490 for details.

10:00 AM, Art Class with Dawn Scaltreto
12:30 PM, Chair Yoga with Diane

12:30 PM, Tai Chi & Meditation with Marie
2:00 PM, Line Dancing with Bradley

11:00 AM, Exercise with Joanna
2:00 PM, Zoom Tour to the Davis Museum, Wellesley College

9:00 AM, Pilates with Marina Z.
10:30 AM, Talk with Tom: Coffee & Casual Conversation

10:00 AM, Exercise with Shannon Lee Jones     
12:00 PM, Seated Strength & Balance with Pearl
1:00 PM, New! Weight Management with Pearl ~ see the newsletter for details.
NEW TIME! 2:45 PM, Mellowtones Chorus with Anne Silverman

Senior Shuttle Bus News

The Watertown Senior Shuttle Bus is back on the road for grocery 

shopping. Due to COVID-19, the bus is limited to 4 riders plus the driver. Masks must be worn. Rides are now scheduled by appointment only. Call the Senior Center on Fridays from 8:30  AM-1:00 PM to schedule your ride for the following week. Trips to Market Basket, Target and Marshalls are on the schedule. Call today to reserve your ride.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

The local Watertown Health Department clinics are over for now due to changes in the Commonwealth’s vaccine distribution process. Please call the Mass Vaccines Hotline at 2-1-1 or visit for information about vaccine sites, age group eligibility, and companion vaccine sitesPlease ask your families or friends who are computer-savvy to assist you with scheduling an appointment at area clinics.

Is there a cost and do I have to have insurance?

There is no cost for a vaccination, and if you do not have insurance, you are still eligible to sign up and receive a vaccination. If you are asked for a credit card, a fee, your Social Security number, or your Driver’s License number, you are on the wrong website or hang up on the caller.

I am a Veteran, is there another way to get a vaccine appointment?

The VA has been reaching out to Veterans, but please call your VA provider or Patrick George, Watertown’s VSO at (617) 972-6416 for information about the VA Health System and what they are providing to Veterans who meet specific criteria.

I received my first shot at a Watertown Health Department clinic, how do I get the second shot?

If you received your first shot at a Watertown Health Department clinic hosted at the Police Station, you will receive an email in March about scheduling your second shot if you used your own email to register. If the Senior Center helped you to sign up, a Senior Center staff person will be contacting you at the beginning of March to schedule your time for the second shot. We do not have any information at this time about dates or times.

And Please Remember!

We are still in a pandemic! Keep your distance from others. Wear your masks and wash your hands. The vaccine is 2 doses, spread weeks apart. We must keep vigilant about keeping ourselves and others safe. We’re in this together.

Newsletter Links

Link to the March 2021 Newsletter

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