To Your Good Health- Sugar: Is It Really that Bad for You?
Thursday, April 11⋅6:00 – 7:30pm
Presented by Elizabeth Caruthers, RD, CDN In this lecture, registered dietitian Elizabeth Caruthers will explore sugar in its historical context and examine the current research about sugar and your health. If you have ever wondered, is sugar really that bad for you, this lecture will give you some answers. There will be a question and answer session at the end
BYOD and a Movie: Tea with the Dames
Thursday, April 25th at 6:00pm
Registration begins April 1st
Together, they're 342 years old. They're in their seventh decade of cutting-edge, epoch-defining performances on stage and on screen. Funny, smart, sharp, competitive, tearful, hilarious, savage, clever, caustic, cool, gorgeous, poignant, irreverent, iconic, old, and unbelievably young. Special friends, special women and special dames: a chance to hang out with them all, at the same table, at the same time, and enjoy sparkling and unguarded conversation spliced with a raft of archive. 1 hour 24 min / NR
Bring your own dinner and a movie and enjoy a feature film! The room will be set-up café style. You can bring anything from pizza, to sandwiches, to sushi! Movie titles announced a month in advance to ensure the most current films are shown!
Chair Yoga Class- 6 Week Session
Every Wednesday beginning May 1st through June 5th from 11:00am – 12:00pm
Join Coach Gail as she teaches a 6-week chair yoga class! Participants must register in advance beginning April 1st.
Books Come to Life: A Musical Presentation
Thursday, April 11th at 6:30
Registration begins March 15th
A true celebration of literature as it comes to life from some of the most celebrated literary creations that ended up on Broadway! Join Keely Baisden as she sings & dances selections from popular tales found on the shelves of libraries - Laugh, enjoy, & sing along as books come to life in your facility during this extraordinary 60-minute presentation.
Going to Extremes: A Travel Journalist’s Tour of the Globes Most Adventurous Outposts
Thursday, April 18th at 7:00pm
Registration begins April 1st
An award-winning adventure travel journalist for The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, National Geographic Kids, and The Boston Globe, Peter Mandel hunts his stories and photos in the world's far corners, including Antarctica, India, Egypt, Patagonia, the fjords of Norway, the mountain pathways of Japan, and the deserts of Africa. The author of ten books, Mandel will show slides of his most extreme travel experiences: surviving a coup in Ecuador, visiting a 'city' of penguins at the South Pole, fishing for piranha on Brazil's Rio Negro, floating in the Goodyear Blimp, sailing on an Arctic icebreaker, camping in the African bush, and kayaking to the Statue of Liberty. He'll deliver the scoop on how travel turns to prose on today's magazine and newspaper pages.
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.