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A representative with Georgia Cares will meet one-on-one with Medicare beneficiaries and their families. Georgia Cares is a State Health Insurance Assistance program that provides free, non-biased information about Medicare.
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A snack here and a snack there may seem innocent enough, but over time they can really add to our calorie intake and eventually weight gain over time. Dietitian Arisahi Valentin with Crane Chiropractic and Applied Kinesiology shares healthy alternatives to our favorite snack foods. There is no need to avoid snacks all together, but get ideas on delicious alternatives in a healthier way.
Do you have a jelly roll hanging around? This is a strip quilt of stars and four patches and is available in four sizes. Choose your size, your 2 ½ strips and a background. Pattern and strip tube ruler are required for this class. Materials list and picture at front desk. Must provide your own sewing machine.
Bring in your laptop and questions for your computer for 1-on-1 assistance. Lance Collins with PTC Techs will assist with computer technology troubleshooting, removal of unwanted programs, antivirus prevention, general questions, and more. This is not a computer tutoring class.
The winter months bring more than just cold weather. With the colder weather, we find dryer skin we have to deal with on a daily basis. Wanda Elwell with Mary Kay Cosmetics shares ways to keep your skin moisturized and healthy during the colder and dryer months. Hear about the best products to use and tips for treating dry skin issues.
Conscious aging is the act of understanding aging by recognizing and incorporating all facets of a fulfilling life while emphasizing the importance of continual growth of our inner life. Through this class, Ben Marchman with Nature Link emphasizes who we can be as we age and not just what we can do. This class strives to reach those who desire to contribute to their communities in a deeper way. Join in this virtual council circle from the comfort of your home to create community and find the deeper sacredness into what it means to be a true elder of your community so that we may plant seeds of hope and guidance for the next generation.
From 1961 to 1989, Berlin was divided by a guarded concrete barrier that physically and ideologically separated the city. Mike Posey with the German Consulate brings in pieces from their Berlin Wall exhibit and shares the history of the Berlin Wall and what led up to the fall. This incredible exhibit has been displayed at the German Consulate for years and Mike will be bringing his favorite pieces to share with us on site at FSS.
Wine connoisseur Eric Trout, will be on hand to pass along all his expertise about wines. Join in the fun for a monthly educational program related to different wines, regions, countries, and more. Get information on a variety of topics relating to the choice and become a wine expert in no time. This month, learn about hearty red wines to get you through the colder months.
The world of reptiles are an ancient and diverse group, full of a life that we couldn’t begin to fully understand. Dr. Gregory Masson shares his expertise about the five families of reptiles that have venomous representatives. Hear about the background of venomous reptiles and there they reside as well as about the differences between the species lifestyles.