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Yoga Summer 2022 Session

Yoga is the union of breathing and mindful movement known to strengthen, energize, release stress and tension, and bring balance to your mind and body. All levels are welcome.  Check with your healthcare provider before beginning any exercise program. Zoom joining information will be communicated to those registered and it can be shared with others. Recording is strictly prohibited. Classes will be closed and locked punctually at the start hour.

Knit & Crochet Meet-Up

The Knit & Crochet group meets weekly to socialize, help each other with new techniques and show off their final works of art!

Summer Culinary Series

Session 3: August Harvest Menu (August 16th)

With so many ingredients at their peak, August is the time to savor the best of the season. Discover how to put together a satisfying menu that showcases summer’s finest. Along the way you will learn how to make fresh corn chowder, serve ripe summer fruit, put a seasonal twist on the classic chicken (or seafood) cobb salad, and make other vibrant dishes.

Stop, Think, Act:
How to Recognize & Avoid Scams

Scams, frauds and hoaxes cost consumers and businesses time and billions of dollars each year. This presentation helps consumers recognize and avoid scams. It also presents tools and resources to utilize if you fall victim to a scam.  

Zumba Summer 2022 Session

ZUMBA Fitness classes are the most FUN way to lose weight and say healthy! Classes are simple enough for anyone to follow. There will be options for beginners as well as advanced students so you can work at your own pace. The goal is for you to have a great time and not even realize you are getting an amazing workout!

Reflections Plays Big Band
Hits Concert

Please join us for a live summer concert featuring big band hits made famous by such icons as Glen Miller, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, and many others. We hope our presentation will bring you good feelings and comfort during these turbulent times! 

Dealing with Wildlife
in the Backyard

Wildlife

Deer and other wildlife are a constant threat to plantings and home gardens. This discussion will address the primary wildlife challenges in our area. It will explain the behaviors and habits of the local invaders such as deer, rabbits, groundhogs, and chipmunks as well as options for limiting their damage. 

Know the Ten Signs:
Early Detection Matters

Early diagnosis gives people with Alzheimer’s disease the chance to make key decisions about treatment, care and planning and the power to make choices about their own health and future. This program increases awareness of the benefits of early Alzheimer’s detection, and provides information about memory loss and normal aging, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Also learn about the risk factors,10 warning signs, the diagnostic process and resources to help.  

Sing Sing: The three women who made the lights flicker in Ossining; their crime, stay, and death at Sing Sing

A true crime mystery! Ossining Historian Joyce Sharrock Cole presents original research on the three women, including New York’s own Ethel Rosenberg, that were sentenced to the prison’s infamous electric chair. Hear their stories, their ‘alleged’ crimes, and how they ended up on death row. A brief history of the prison will also be included.

Moral Courage Workshop

In the midst of the Holocaust, in the worst of times, there were individuals who risked everything to protect others. These individuals are now reverently referred to as “The Righteous Among Nations.” They sheltered, hid, and saved others from certain death. They did so, at great peril to themselves and their families. This lesson incorporates an audio dramatization (entitled “The Hiding”), along with authentic scenarios, that will explore moral courage, and ask you the question, what would you do? 

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