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Get up close and personal as Nick Kilburg displays different skulls and furs of animals native to our region of the state. Learn about different specifics and focus on the adaptations, animal niches, habitats, invasive and native species, and more of local animals that share our homes.
If you have a green thumb, love gardening and are interested in volunteering, join the garden club! Learn about ongoing projects and ways you can get involved. For more information, contact Carrie Bittinger at email@example.com.
Reflexology is the application of specialized pressure techniques that are applied to the hands and feet. Relax while the use of pressure, stretch and movement help lower your stress.
Gina Martin with the Fayette County Public Library will be on-site opening new library cards, renewing existing cards and sharing information about library programs and resources. Interested applicants will need a current GA I.D. or driver’s license with their current address printed on it.
If you are an FSS volunteer or are interested in becoming one, join us for our monthly meeting! Enjoy refreshments, meet with other volunteers, learn about upcoming events, current volunteer opportunities, and get center news and updates.
Dale Klauss with Dale’s Optical will be here to perform minor repairs, adjustments, maintenance, and cleaning on your glasses.
Diane Bell sits down one-on-one with you and helps decode your individual medical bills you’ve been having trouble with. Take away the frustration of trying to figure this out alone, and have Diane help you better understand what you’re reading and what it all means. Bring your medical bills in with you to the appointment.
Wondering what to do with all those old t-shirts? Make a great memory quilt with this. Walk through the technique for making a quilt for a t-shirt memories. Materials list and picture available at the front desk. You will need to provide your own sewing machine.
As the years pass, many of us focus on the changes and choices we have for many aspects of our lives. Parallel to this is the need to become more aware of how we are changing with our mental and emotional lives. Join retired psychologist Dr. James Hughey as he encourages us to explore this area of psychological aging in ourselves. If you’d like, listen to his podcasts online prior – www.pfpl.us.
The best handmade potholder and easy to make. If you can single crochet, you can do this! Materials needed: One ball cotton yarn (Sugar and Cream or similar yarn); size H crochet hook. Contact Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.