Come on and Zoom!

Image of woman participating in a zoom event on her laptop.
Woman participating in a zoom event on her laptop.

What is Zoom

“Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars.” It is a tool that enables people to see and hear each other by using the camera on your computer or phone or tablet. It is great for conversations and for sharing activities, presentations and videos.

Zoom is a great way to stay connected virtually online through your computer, tablet or phone.

To learn how to participate check out this helpful video tutorial. (To learn more about Zoom as a product visit

What types of activities are we offering?

We are learning how to use this tool to enable you to stay connected and involved with the Senior Center.  We would love to have you participate.
We are offering Chair Yoga, Watercolors and Great Decisions Discussion Course. We also hope to bring you a band concert and other events.

How do you participate?

Visit this page to learn about the latest activities. Here’s how we anticipate it working:
  1. Sign-up: Most activities will require a registration via an email.
  2. Mark your calendar
  3. Joining the activity – on the day before the event you will receive an email with a link to the zoom event. All you need to do is click on the link. There is no need to download or sign into any software.


The Great Masters: Mozart 

The Great Courses, The Great Masters: Mozart DVD will be shown on Zoom; Tuesdays, July 14, 21 & 28, and August 4 from 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM.

Since it’s been so long since we showed the first lectures in this series, we’ll start over! To register please call the Sudbury Senior Center at 978-443-3055 or email   An email will be sent to you when you register. The Zoom link and password will be sent to you the day before the class.

Exotic Turneffe Atoll, Belize  

Joy Marzoff, presents,  “Exotic Turneffe Atoll, Belize” via Zoom on Thursday, July 23, 2020 from 12:30–1:30 PM.

Escape to the exotic nature of this remote tropical island chain off the coast of Belize. Beyond the second largest barrier reef in the world lies Turneffe Atoll. Away from the cruise ships of the main-land soar magnificent frigate birds and blue and red footed boobies. Winter migrants, including warblers and hummingbirds, can also be seen on these remote is-lands. Some of the locals, such as the golden fronted woodpecker and spiny iguana, can even be seen competing for space on the same tree! From above the water, dolphins can be seen frolicking in the waves while manatees slowly cruise along feeding on sea grasses. To register for this Zoom presentation, please email Sharon Wilkes at  The Zoom link and password will be sent to you the day before the presentation. Thank you to the Friends of Sudbury Seniors for generously sponsoring this event.


SAIL Fitness Class  – Free

 Come join Derry Tanner, certified personal trainer for Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL) exercise class on

July 30 at 10:30 AM.

SAIL is 45-minute safe and effective fitness class for adults 65+. Research-tested strength, balance and flexibility exercises will make you stronger, help you feel better and improve your balance enabling you to stay independent and minimizing the risk of falls. All you need to participate is comfortable clothing, a sturdy chair and light weights if you have them. A water bottle or large glass of water are also recommended. (Ideally participants will be able to stand for some exercises and sit for others).  To register for class please email Sharon Wilkes at by July 28, 2020. An email will be sent to you when you register.  The Zoom link and password will be sent to you the day before the class. Note: Students need to sign a waiver to participate.


Don’t Go Down to the Sea! 

Ann Barrett presents, “Don’t Go Down to the Sea” on Thursday, August 27, 12:30 PM

Clairvoyant Moll Pitcher’s predictions of an ill-fated voyage were so powerful that they could render a ship crew less if word got out.  This 17th century sybil is said to have made predictions that came to pass long after her death, and she numbered among her clients such notables as the wealthy and eccentric Lord Timothy Dexter.

For more than ten years Anne Barrett has been entertaining and educating audiences with her lectures and performances at dozens of libraries, historical societies, museums and other social and civic groups throughout New England. She is Vice President of the Topsfield Historical Society, editor of its newsletter Local Lore, and was a history columnist in Community Newspaper’s Tri Town Transcript. She is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She has held leading roles in community theater plays and musicals. This presentation will amaze and surprise you!  To register, please email Sharon Wilkes at by August 25, 2020.   A Zoom link and password will be sent to you the day before the class.  Sponsored by the Friends of Sudbury Senior Citizens, Inc.


My Life, My Health Chronic Disease Self-Management  

Starting July 28 through September 1, Tuesdays from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM .

Are you living with a physical or mental health condition such as diabetes, heart disease, asthma, COPD, cancer, arthritis, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, or other ongoing health condition? Learn how to manage your health and improve your well-being.  This FREE six-week workshop taught by BayPath Elder Services helps you devise a personalized approach to managing chronic illness symptoms on a daily basis. Topics include: •Exercise and nutrition, •Managing pain, fatigue, difficult emotions, and depression, •Medications and making treatment decisions, and more! You will learn skills to help you have increased energy and physical activity, decreased pain, fatigue, depression and fewer social limitations. Participate from the comfort of your home via Zoom. Register by July 21 by emailing Sharon Wilkes at . Note: consistent attendance is required.