Lorraine Mugler, certified personal trainer, leads you through her Neurobics program that uses props and classical music to help older adults of all abilities improve their core strength, cognitive and physical fitness, and avoid fall prevention. Register at http://tscpl.org/register Registration begins Monday, November 7.
Get familiar with simple browser-based and app-based photo editing with staffer Meg Porteous.
Altering an unwanted book allows you to express your creativity and recycle at the same time! Hands-on demonstrations and books provided. Registration required. To register, call the Shawnee North Community Center, 785-286-0676. Adults
Experience the 80's (again or for the first time) by creating a nostalgic memento or reviving an old favorite with a new twist. This month we'll be making friendship pins. Refreshments are available for purchase from our community partner.
Mary Madden from the Kansas Museum of History will present Captured, The Extraordinary Adventures of Colonel Hughes. It’s about a Topekan’s experiences in WWI and WWII, documented through diaries, photographs and artifacts.
Enter as a team of 5-8 friends, coworkers or family members working together to answer 100 questions from 10 categories. Prizes will be awarded to the top trivia teams! Doors open at 6 p.m. The Millennium Café will be open until 6:30 p.m. Learn more at http://www.tscpl.org/trivia. Registration begins December 1 at http://tscpl.org/register
Learn self publishing from premise to paperback or ebook. Writers will create thematically connected narrative nonfiction, peer critique, revise, copy edit, layout, publish and market the book. Focus on collaboration, planning and project management skills. Register at http://tscpl.org/register.
A repeat of the popular Friday Trivia Night program. Enter as a team of up to 8 people working together to answer 100 questions from 10 categories for fun and prizes. The Millennium Café will be open for snacks and drinks. Learn more at http://www.tscpl.org/trivia. Registration begins December 1 at http://tscpl.org/register Registration begins Thursday, December 1.
With more options for how and where we age, and more people looking for alternatives to nursing homes and care centers, Paige Conlin from Jayhawk Pharmacy Services discusses items you may not know you need if you choose to stay at home as you age. Part of the Senior Life series of programs.
The Legal Issues program explores the legal needs of a person with Alzheimer's or other dementia diseases. Durable powers of attorney, guardianship, conservatorship, patient rights and division of assets will be covered. Presented by Emily A. Donaldson, Certified Elder Law Attorney.