Climate Change Symposium hosted by the NACL Theatre at the Highland Senior Center, 9am-12 noon. Featuring a panel of expert speakers. Free, but must pre-register. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Climate Change Symposium hosted by the NACL Theatre at the Highland Senior Center, 9am-5pm. Featuring a panel of expert speakers. Bring a dish to share for lunch. Free, but must pre-register. Email email@example.com.
RSVP by: February 6, 2014 to Alzheimer's Association
Join Elder Law Atty Richard Shapiro for this FREE (Alzheimer's Association) seminar
Learn about: Costs of Long Term Care/Medicaid eligibility/Planning ahead to preserve assets
TIME: 2:00PM - 3:30PM
LOCATION: Blustein Shapiro Rich & Barone Education Center
10 Matthews Street, Goshen, NY
This is a free 4-part series educational program for caregivers presented by the Alzheimer's Association, 384 Crystal Run Road (Suite 102), 2-3:30pm. 845/695-2247.
Free Community health seminar presented by Hal Teitelbaum and a team of Crystal Run Healthcare experts at 61 Emerald Place, 1st floor Cafe Conference Room, 6-7pm. Learn how to save time, save money, and get the best results from your and your family’s personal healthcare through a value based approach to care. 845/703-6342.
Culinary Book Club at the Wayne County Library, 5:30-6:30pm. Share your ideas and fun food tips. Register to firstname.lastname@example.org or 570/253-1220.
Eat lunch and learn about bone loss and flu season at Apple Day Spa & Hair Restoration Salon, 1pm. Speaker is Jamie Stunkard, ND CN, from Nature's Grace. Lunch provided. Cost: $7. Limited seating. 570/253-4770.
The Annual Authors Festival at the Hawley Silk Mill, 12noon-5pm. The public is invited to meet and speak with local authors about their books, which will be available at the event for purchase. 570/390-4747.
The Millennial group will meet at The E. B. Crawford Public Library to discuss "The Prestige" by Christopher Priest, 6:15pm. 845/794-4660.
The elementary book club will talk about "James and the Giant Peach" by Roald Dahl at The E. B. Crawford Public Library, 5pm. 845/794-4660.