Virtual Items

Virtual Activities and Items by the Senior Center

Virtual Exercise Classes


Join us virtually by participating in an exercise class on Zoom.

Please contact instructors to join.  Happy Exercising!


Virtual Keeping Fit w/Shannon, Virtual Melting w/Liron, Tai Chi Balance w/Jody, Three in One Exercise w/Rachel, Home Goods-Use What You Have Workout w/Rachel & Flowing Wave Qigong with Claire.


Check out new YouTube Exercise classes! You can work out to these anytime.
Featuring some of your own Senior Center Staff.

This is the link to our YouTube Channel:


  •  Core w/Alasa
  •  Chair Yoga
  •  Core on the floor
  •  Home Goods workout
  •  Get up & Move Aerobics
  •  Chair Aerobics
  •  Gentle Yoga
  •  Movement Disorder/Parkinson’s class


NEW Zoom Personal Training


Looking for a new way to get fit? Try our new Zoom personal training
sessions with Rachel. Personal training offers individualized
program planning, assistance with goal setting, motivation, support and fun!
Fee for service appointments take place in your home with minimal
exercise equipment.

For more information email

More Virtual Activities to Check Out!!!


Don’t forget to check out the Verona Senior Center YouTube channel at:


 MATC Online Classes:


 Kindness Podcast by Nicole Phillips:


Overture Center Programs:


 Google Earth– National Parks and any location:


 Museums and Zoos Virtual Tours:


 Museum and Art Gallery Virtual Tours:

 Metropoitian Opera Live Streams:

Promoting Positive Relationships


Thursday, June 4 at 11:00 AM on Zoom


Join us for a discussion about why maintaining positive relationships as you age is important especially when residing in a community with many different types of people. This presentation will be given by Janet Bollig from SSM Health.


Reserve your seating by emailing Alasa at:
Or call 608-845-7471

A Kindness Story On Resiliency


Monday, June 8 at 3:00 PM on Zoom


Brian Fleming is an inspiring military keynote speaker. He is a combat-wounded Afghanistan war veteran, international speaker, and resilience trainer who helps people be more resilient in tough, turbulent situations. He was severely wounded in action by a suicide bomber who exploded 3-feet away from him in Kandahar, Afghanistan and now he teaches strategies for overcoming unexpected challenges.Brian lives by a mantra: “Other People Aren’t The Problem.” He believes there’s a way around everything and it’s a person’s responsibility to go get the outcomes they want in life.



Reserve your seating by emailing Alasa at:
Or call 608-845-7471

Recalibrate Your Taste Buds!

How to Reduce Sugar Without Feeling Deprived


Wednesday, June 10 11:00 AM


Join Kara Hoerr, Registered Dietician, for a FREE virtual presentation on Zoom!

Reserve your seat by emailing Alasa at:

Biking to Bucky

Wednesday, June 17 at 11:30 AM


Join David Mossner as he tells a story of his two favorite things biking and photography. David has rode his bike to all 85 Bucky statues on display in the 2018 Bucky on Parade.


To see this presentation you must go to the
Verona Senior Center YouTube channel:

Social Security

June 24th – 1:00pm


Social Security can be confusing, but preparation is key. During our virtual workshop attendees will learn how to approach Social Security as part of their overall retirement planning strategy and how different life scenarios can impact the amount of benefits a person receives.


Join local Financial Advisor, Jamie Hanson, on Wednesday June 24th at 1pm for a complimentary workshop on Social Security options for those in or nearing retirement. During this highly informative session guest speaker, Ryan Bostwick from Transamerica, will cover the basics of Social Security and reveal strategies to maximize benefits. No products will be solicited.


To avoid unwelcome distractions a Zoom Meeting ID & Password will be required to attend the workshop. Your contact information will remain private. Please contact Katie by June 23rd to obtain the information at either 608.729.3874 ext 306 or

Beneficial Technology 2020

Never before has technology proven to be as beneficial as it has in 2020.


There are so many things that can be done on a tablet, smart phone or computer. Technology allows us the capability to stay in face to face communication with those we love during a difficult time, and while technology can never take the place of being able to give someone a hug, it helps to keep that personal connection all through video chat. In recent months, people have explored so many creative ways to keep one another socialized and connected, and we are all learning at the same time. Heck, even our medical practitioners are learning, making it possible to see your doctor from home. If you aren’t already using the technology that is available, give it some thought; there’s not a better time to learn and I can’t foresee any of these virtual options going away any time soon. Make a playlist of your favorite songs, watch your favorite program, play games, utilize social media, such as facebook to stay up to date with the pictures that your friends and family share. These are all just some things that can be done using today’s technology.


GrandPad is a tablet designed for seniors. It’s easy to see and to navigate, and you don’t need to have your own internet wi-fi, because it is built into the tablet. While I won’t endorse this product, I have heard good things about it. For more information about the GrandPad call 888-545-1425.


A tablet such as a Kindle Fire will begin at around $50 and will require wi-fi to utilize most of the interactive features, however, many places offer free wi-fi connection.


Technology does not have to be intimidating. If you are interested in learning about resources on where to purchase or how to utilize your device, give the senior center a call and we will direct you how to begin.