Book Discussion Melissa Baker will lead a book discussion on David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 11.\u00a0Cloud Atlas, an intriguing novel by David Mitchell that was short-listed for the 2004 Booker Prize, is really a set of six interwoven novellas spanning hundreds of years and thousands of miles in time and space. From a 19th\u00a0Century Pacific voyage \u00e0 la Melville to a near-future dystopia, the novel criss-crosses the world. \u00a0Lunch is served at noon. \u00a0Call the Senior Center at 203-834-6240 to reserve a place. Books are on reserve at the Wilton Library. Brochures describing the entire 2015-2016 season are available at both the Wilton Senior Center and the Wilton\u00a0Library. Studio Knitting Lizabeth Doty will instruct studio knitting at the senior center on Monday, Oct. 26, from 1 to 2:30. Basic instruction will be provided for projects, and the company will be great. If you have a work in progress, bring it. If it\u2019s all new to you, come give knitting a try. The senior center will supply\u00a0the practice materials. Not a knitter? Bring your own handiwork and enjoy the company. Alzheimer\u2019s course\u00a0for caregivers The Alzheimer\u2019s Association will offer\u00a0Living with Alzheimer\u2019s (Middle Stage): Course For Caregivers on Wednesday, Oct. 28 and Nov. 4. The course will cover\u00a0st rategies to provide safe, effective and comfortable care in the middle stage of the disease. Guest speakers will discuss understanding and responding to dementia-related behaviors, effective communication strategies and resources available to caregivers. The course will teach caregivers how to decode behavioral messages, identify common triggers and employ different techniques that are helpful during this stage of the disease. The program at Laurel Ridge Health Center, 642 Danbury Road in Ridgefield, is open to the public and free with registration. There will be a complimentary dinner 5 and the lecture will start at 5:30. Seating is limited. To reserve a spot, call: 203-438-8226. Comstock Writers Are you interested in reading and writing? Do you have family history or lore that you would like to record for future generations? Are you passionate about politics, the arts, travel, or gardening, any of which would provide plenty of material to write about? If so, Comstock Writers is the group for you. Magdalen Livesey, an editor and writer living in Wilton, will lead the group at the Wilton Senior Center on Wednesday, Oct. 28, from 10 to 11:30. Open Bridge with Dan Dan DeVlieg supervises Duplicate Bridge at the senior center on Wednesdays, from 10 to 12:30. Duplicate Bridge is a form of contract bridge in which contestants play identical cards, with each deal scored independently, permitting comparison of individual scores. The sessions are for all levels of playing\u00a0and is not\u00a0a sanctioned game. There is a $5 drop-in fee. Bridge Groups If you would like to join other seniors in an afternoon of bridge from noon to 3, call the organizers listed below: Encore Bridge: Mondays, contact Maureen Turnier at 203-762-9386. Duplicate Bridge:\u00a0First Wednesday of the month, contact Lois Bruce at 203-762-5818. Duplicate Bridge:\u00a0Third Tuesday of the month, contact Maureen Turnier at 203-762-9386. Contract Bridge:\u00a0Fridays, contact Eleanor Mihailidis at 203-762-8720. Tai Chi Joe Alampi instructs Tai Chi at the Wilton Senior Center on Wednesdays, from 10:30 to 11:30. Tai Chi contains a series of gentle and graceful movements performed with respiration coordination and deep concentration. Tai Chi has been shown to prevent falls and improve the functioning of daily activities.\u00a0There is a $3 drop-in fee. Enhance Fitness Wilton Family Y brings Enhance Fitness to the Senior Center on Thursday mornings, from 9 to 10. This class, led\u00a0by Leslie Hinshaw, includes 30 minutes of endurance-type activity. There is a $3 drop-in fee. Feldenkrais Explore Feldenkrais \u2014 an\u00a0exciting and innovative movement method designed to relieve pain, exercise your brain and teach you to move with greater comfort, ease, and fluidity \u2014 at the senior center with Cathy Paine on Fridays, from 10 to 11. There is a $5 drop-in fee. Five Crowns The Wilton Senior Center hosts Five Crowns, a progressive rummy-style card game, on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 12:30. Five Crowns uses\u00a0cards of\u00a0 spades, hearts, diamonds and stars, and can be played by two to seven players. It\u2019s easy to learn and lots of fun to play. Call Nerina Klobas at 203-210-5624 for details. Yoga Denise O\u2019Hearn, owner of Vibrant Moves in Wilton, conducts\u00a0yoga classes from 11 to noon on Tuesdays and 10 to 11 on Thursdays at the Wilton Senior Center. The\u00a0 gentle yoga classes warm up joints, stretch and strengthen muscles and help\u00a0with\u00a0balance and focus. There is a $3 drop-in fee. Line Dance Fusion Line Dance Fusion\u00a0is a great form of exercise and social interaction that\u00a0takes place at the Wilton Senior Center on Mondays, from 10:30 to 11:30. Beatriz Araujo instructs the\u00a0program, which blends traditional dance steps with elements of modern line dancing. There is a\u00a0$3 drop-in fee. Bingo Join the fun and the challenges afforded by playing a variety of bingo games \u2014 60 different configurations to be exact \u2014 at the senior center on Thursdays at noon. Each card costs 25 cents\u00a0and winner takes all. Upcoming events For the week of Oct. 23: Friday, Oct. 23, 10, Feldenkrais with Cathy Paine; 12, Bridge with Eleanor Mihailidis; 1:30, Intermediate Bridge with Dan Devlieg. Monday, Oct. 26, 10, Digital Photo Book; 10:30, Line Dance Fusion with Beatriz Ajauro; 1, Bridge; 1, Studio Knitting. Tuesday, Oct. 27, 10, Acrylics and Oil with Althea Ericcson; 11, Yoga with Denise O\u2019Hearn; 12, Book Discussion with Melissa Baker; 12, Lunch; 12:30, Mah Jongg with Kay Chann; 12:30-2. Blood Pressure Screening at Village Market; 1, Introduction to Bridge; 2, Chair Yoga at Ogden House; 3, Stay at Home in Wilton Meeting. Wednesday, Oct. 28, 10, Watercolor; 10, Open Bridge with Dan DeVlieg; 10:30, Tai Chi with Joe Alampi; 1, Mah Jongg; 5, Alzheimer\u2019s Caregiver\u2019s Session at Laurel Ridge Health Care, Ridgefield. Thursday, Oct. 29, 9, Enhance Fitness with Leslie Hinshaw; 10, Drawing with Martha Talburt; 10, Yoga with Denise O\u2019Hearn; 12, Bingo; 12:30, Portraiture with Martha Talburt. In the course of the Renovation Project, individual rooms in the Senior Center and Social Services wing of the building may, from time to time, become unavailable for public use. \u00a0All Senior programs and the room assignments will be posted at or on the entrance doors. \u00a0We appreciate your understanding and patience.