Explore personal writing and creativity using a visual journal. Discover additional ideas through the work of others, in-session exercises and tech or online resources. We'll provide prompts for inspiration and art materials.
Learn how to use the Medicare.gov website and plan finder to help you make an informed decision regarding your Medicare Part D drug coverage every year. Registration is required at tscpl.org/register. Registration begins Thursday, October 26.
Nurture your creative spirit through discussion, exploration and hands-on art-making. Discover new art media and techniques while connecting with other creative people. Find inspiration and resources in our community, gallery, library and online. Register at tscpl.org/register. Adults
If you're nearing retirement age, learn about Medicare from SHICK program trained counselors and agency staff. They will answer questions, give unbiased counsel and help you determine how Medicare will best work for you.
We will be discussing "The Hardest Question" - an essay that will prompt a conversation about the books that have changed your life. Contact Deb at email@example.com for a copy of the essay.
Part of Songs of the Season concert series.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon coloring, being creative and socializing. We'll provide coloring pages.
Discuss your favorite podcast episodes, audiobook recommendations and cultural examinations. Each month a selected member posts a podcast "playlist" for members to listen to before the meeting. Join us the third Tuesday of the month to unplug and meet other podcasters and listeners.
Washburn University Communications professor Jim Schnoebelen is January's featured speaker. The meeting is free and the public is invited to attend. A catered luncheon is available at 11:30 a.m. for $9.25; the program is from 12-1 p.m.
If you are a maker, a hacker, an artist, a craftsman or are simply interested in technology, join the rest of us nerds the first Tuesday of each month to discuss an article you can read over your lunch hour. Contact Meg at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow Makers' Article Club on Facebook for details.