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Shayla Quinn with Heritage presents monthly classes that demonstrates that brain health and cognitive engagement can be pursued through an assortment of experiences and lifestyle choices. Each month join in for a series of exercises and games that help sharpen the mind. This month, focus on maintaining a healthy brain.
Paddling dragon boats is the fastest growing water sport in the world and is one of the most inclusive and accessible ones as well with paddlers of all ages, abilities and fitness levels racing together! Join Jessica Walker, with Integrative Nutrition Health, talk about the local teams, the Dragon Boat Festival in Peachtree City, as well as the history of this fascinating sport.
This powerful exhibit provides a chance to learn, explore, share, and remember the history and lessons of the Holocaust. With over 500 photographs, this exhibit tells the story of a young Anne Frank, from her days of freedom, to her hiding with her family, and finally to her death in concentration camp. After, enjoy lunch at Hammock’s Trading Company (www.hammockstradingcompany.com – to be purchased on your own).
The upcoming 2020 census is almost among us! Find out why it is so important to partake in the census. Tony Aladez joins us to talk about how it works, details about the census, ways you can complete it, as well as answer any questions you may have.
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: Once Upon A Time in Hollywood (2019) | R
So you know how to basically bid and follow suit, but you would like to know more about the intricate details of the game of bridge, join Jane King. Discover more about making the perfect bid, finessing, signaling your partner, how to ask for aces, and when to go to slam. Join us for an intermediate bridge training session. Must have basic knowledge of the game of bridge.
Georgia has seemingly become the newest Hollywood craze, but how did we get there? Scott Votaw, Director of Production with Georgia Film Academy, provides insight on the history of filming in our state. Learn about the first movie, among other major productions, that were filmed here in addition to current movies being filmed and how Georgia become known as the “Hollywood of the South.”
Patty Reagin with Heritage Bank gives us the inside scoop on ways to protect ourselves from receiving fake money. Receiving fake money as change can feel so defeating to lose out like that when it is discovered using somewhere else. Get tips on how to determine if it is fake, where to report it, and how to deal with a situation if you find yourself in it.
It may look complicated, but it’s pretty simple once you get the rhythm of the pattern. Materials needed: 3 balls Red Heart Ombre yarn; crochet hook size K. To save time, you may make your beginning 115 chains at home. Contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.