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This time of year brings lots of quality family time, but while this can be a treat, it can also be stressful! Deana Riley with The Center for Living Balance shares family relationships and effective communication advice. Gain insight on how to help your family work together to communicate and build stronger, better relationships.
Float on over at the Assistant Chief Clint Murphy with the Peachtree City Fire Department brings over their new water rescue boat. Take a look at this boat in addition to hearing more about what this team does to keep the waters of Peachtree City safe.
Dale Klauss with Dale’s Optical will be here to perform minor repairs, adjustments, maintenance, and cleaning on your glasses.
Stay smart, grow smart, be smart! Dr. Delores Davis of Better Heath Concepts takes us on a journey to find out what brain health really is, and how after so many years you can still “grow” a new brain and “remember” to live happily ever after. She will share tips on how to stay smart, protect your brain in the prime of your life, and continue to care for your thinking cap.
Nestled in our beautiful Peachtree City is a nature area called Line Creek. Join Nick Kilburg with the Southern Conservation Trust as he talks about this gorgeous oasis and it’s hiking trails, the water that flows through and what goes into keeping it up!
Get some holiday shopping in at the famous Scott’s Antique Market, featuring an abundance of vendors. This local market has grown into the world’s largest monthly indoor antique show and is considered one of “America’s Favorite Treasure Hunts!” While there, enjoy lunch on your own at one of the food vendors on site (to be purchased on your own).
Enjoy a delicious lunch delivered right here at FSS! This month, lunch from Atlanta Bread Company will include a chicken salad sandwich, chips, dessert and a drink.
Showing: Where’d You Go, Bernadette (2019) | PG-13
Get your taste buds ready as Branch and Vine enlightens us on the ins and outs of balsamic vinegars. Discover the health benefits of these delicious vinegars, how to use them while cooking, and get some ideas of ways to use them that may seem a little outside the box!
Learn to make a tulle wreath on wire wreath frame. Different designs and techniques for cutting tulle and attaching to wreath will be discussed. Materials needed: 14 inch wire wreath frame; 100 feet of 6 inch wide tulle in your choice of color(s). Picture available at front desk.