Fall Events for Adults

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Pumpkin spice and sweater weather – Fall is the perfect time to stop by the Library for a book to read next to the fire. We have a full calendar, from new Sunday Classic Musical Films to essential oils, and local authors to art classes and everything in between…including a Fun Run! Take a tour of the Event Calendar for more information or to RSVP.  Stay on the look out for a new Fall Adult Programs brochure – we have SO MUCH planned, we have TOO many flyers and want to save paper…

Thank you to Jane, Pam, Marilyn, and Tetjana for their help planning these great events.

Thank you, too, to our wonderful teachers: Theresa for yoga, Bob for the Socrates Cafe, Lynn for the new Chair yoga course, and Marianne for the new Classic Musical Films series.

October Calendar of Events is ready for your Fridge! October 2017 Calendar (.pdf)

November Calendar of Events is also ready: new November Calendar

The Teens are so cool, they have their own article: Fall Teen Events

Adult Programs and Classes

Winter Wellness with Essential Oils

  • Tuesday, November 28 at 7 pm
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab
  • Cost: $5 materials fee, payable at class
  • Learn how essential oils can help with supporting strong immune systems, breathing, soothing sore throats, and moon management
  • You will create a personalized essential oil blend to take home
  • Please RSVP

December ‘Save the Dates’ –

  • Victor Brooks, Author – Postponed
  • Christine Gardiner, Poet – Tuesday, December 5 at 6:30 pm
  • Tea Talk with Pura Vida – Saturday, December 16 at 10:30 am

Friday Movies at 11 am

  • Nov. 17   Maudie
  • Nov. 24 The Beguiled
  • Dec. 1   The Sense of An Ending
  • Dec. 8 Certain Women
  • Dec. 15   The Midwife (Sage Femme)
  • Dec. 22 My Cousin Rachel
  • Dec. 29 Kedi

Library Yoga on Monday nights and Wednesday mornings

  • Monday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 pm or
  • Wednesday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 am
  • Location: Community Room
  • Teacher: Theresa Landolfi
  • Cost: $7 per class, drop-in

Computer Classes in October, November, and December

  • Computer Basics
  • Word
  • TBD Workshops
  • Instructor: Marilyn

climateInconvenient Truth – a live presentation

  • Thursday, October 5 at 7 pm
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab
  • A shortened, live version of the original PowerPoint presentation made by US Vice President Al Gore in the movie “An Inconvenient Truth.”  Organized by the Climate Reality Project
  • Speaker: Ellen Silverberg-Brennan
  • Please RSVP

Adult Coding Club with Dash and Dot robots

  • Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 10:30 am
  • Location: Community Roomcoding org mtg. oct. 2017
  • Leader: Marilyn
  • Experiment with coding our Dash and Dot robots.
  • Registration required, class size is limited and will be determined by lottery

Adult Art Class: Create Your Own Mandala

  • Sunday, October 8 at 1 pm
  • Location: Community Room
  • Teacher: Denine from Mermaid Art studios
  • Cost: $5 materials fee
  • Please RSVP as space is limited

Coding Club Volunteer Meeting

  • Monday, October 9 at 7 pm organizational meeting
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab
  • Volunteers need to assist with a new Coding Club forming for students in grades 3-5. No experience necessary.  We will help all prospective volunteers apply for their clearances.
  • Please RSVP

2017 Classic Musical FilmsSunday Classic Musical Films

  • Sunday, October 15 at 1 pm
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab
  • Facilitated discussion with: Marianne Hamm
  • Title: Singin’ in the Rain
  • Future titles:
    • South Pacific on November 12
    • Funny Girl on December 10

Socrates Cafe

  • Wednesday, October 18 at 10:30 am
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab for some stimulating discussion
  • Facilitator: Robert Rubin
  • Syllabus: Posted on Calendar of Events
  • Snacks will be provided
  • Please RSVP
  • Future Dates: November 15 and December 13

Medicare 2018

  • Tuesday, October 24 at 7:00 pm
  • Location: 1st Floor Friends Learning Lab
  • Speaker: APPRISE, a free health insurance counseling program created by the PA Dept. of Aging
  • Medicare 2018 will help individuals understand the basics of Medicare, what it covers, and how the various types of health and drug insurance work.  The presentation is intended mainly for persons who are new to Medicare or are approaching Medicare eligibility.
  • Please RSVP
  • Follows up on the Sept. 26 Medicare 101 workshop

AARP Driver Safety Program

  • Refresher Course 1-Day
    • Saturday, October 28 from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm
  • Driver Safety 2-Day Course
    • Thursday, October 12 & Friday, October 13, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm
  • Cost is $15 per person for AARP members and $20 per person for non-members, with checks payable to “AARP”
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab
  • Instructor: Mort Kushner

Art of Eating with Seth Pollins

  • Thursday, November 2 at 7 pm
  • Location: Community Room
  • Too often, we speak about food as “good” or “bad.”  But as Seth says: “A cupcake eaten with joy is superior to a bowl of brown rice eaten with penance.”Join Seth for an amusing, thoughtful, and ultimately inspiring take on mindful eating.  Refreshments will be served!
  • Speaker: Seth Pollins is a professional cook and writer. For ten years, as a lecturer and recipe developer at Whole Foods Market, he inspired thousands to discover the joy of cooking and eating. His unique hands-on style stirs the heart and mind.
  • RSVP requested, but not required.

Reforming PA Redistricting nov 2017Make Your Vote Count Through Redistricting Reform

  • Wednesday, November 8 at 7 pm
  • Location: Community Room
  • More information online
  • Speaker: Fair Districts PA
  • “Fair Districts PA is a non-partisan coalition of citizens and organizations seeking to reform PA redistricting rules by taking the process out of the hands of party leaders and putting that process into the hands of an impartial, transparent, and accountable citizens’ commission.”

 

2017 Nov 9 Cyber SeniorCyber Seniors: Click with Caution

  • Thursday, November 9 at 10:30 am
  • Location: Friends Learning Lab
  • Speaker: David Shallcross, Elder Protection Unit of the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
  • Please RSVP
  • Previous class by this instructor: Identity Theft on Sept. 14

Book-It Library Fun Run

  • Saturday, November 11 at 9 am
  • Location: Pennypack Trail
  • Parking and Starting location: Mason’s Mill II Business Park, Building 14, 1800 Byberry Road
  • Cost: Pay what you will!
  • Choose your Race: 1K Family Fun Run/Walk, 5K, or 10K
  • Medals for top 3 Male and Female Finishers
    • Every Runner will get a Free Book!!!
  • Sponsored by: No Bull Training and the Lower Moreland Business Association

 

September was so full, it had it’s own article: September Calendar of Events

 

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