The watercolors in this exhibit was created by people with Alzheimer's or a related dementia and was put together by the Alzheimer's Association. The idea is to educate the public about what strengths remain in individuals experiencing cognitive decline, and to draw attention to the free programs available through the Association. all ages
High-quality, locally grown produce, farm fresh eggs, bedding plants and fresh cut flowers. Visit the library booth for a free fun kid craft.
If you love to play, need a challenge, or just want to socialize with fellow gamers; come enjoy some tabletop games. Bring your own, or play ours! Part of the Senior Life series of programs.
Learn about cells, columns, rows, AutoSum, simple formulas and page setup features. Register online at http://tscpl.eventbrite.com.
Sit back, chill out and relax while you listen to interesting reads all summer long. There will be activities, videos and great discussions. Add half an hour to your summer reading log, and you could also win a free a book! [12-18 years]
Legal documents help ensure that the wishes of the person with a dementia disease are followed as the disease progresses. Discussions regarding division of assets, durable power of attorney, guardianship, conservatorship, and living wills will be presented by Emily Donaldson, J.D. For questions call 271-1844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get involved in a supportive community of fellow photographers. Meet up at a different location each month to take pictures, share creative ideas and have fun. Anyone is welcome, whether you use the most expensive up-to-date camera or a simple cell phone.
Find Inspiration to create. Join others who share your literary passion as we express ourselves and explore the world through our works of poetry and prose. [12-18 years]
Get started with the basics of Microsoft Word. Learn to use fonts, spell check and some basic editing techniques to help you navigate, create and edit documents. Register online at http://tscpl.eventbrite.com
Stories, songs and activities that encourage a love of reading and help develop early literacy skills. Each session counts for 30 minutes toward your Summerfest reading goal. A different craft activity each week. [3-5 years]