Tai Chi for People With Arthritis: Friday, September 13, 20, 27, October 4, 11, 18, 25 at 10:30AM
Join Elaine Fleischman, specially trained by the Arthritis Foundation, for an 8-week Tai Chi program. Tai Chi is a set of movements developed thousands of years ago in China. Modern Americans have learned that Tai Chi is an excellent exercise to help improve balance, stamina, coordination and well being. Registration begins Monday, August 26.
Computer Kindergarten to Computer 6th Grade: Monday, September 23 , 30, October 7, 21, 28, November 4, 18 10:30-11:30 AM
Registration for this 7-part series begins on Monday, August 26, 2013 for District 17 residents; for all other, space permitting, registration begins Tuesday, September 3, 2013. The fee for the series is $35 due at registration. You may not register without paying in full. Sorry, no refunds. Class size is limited to 24. 12 laptop computers are provided with 2 people per laptop.
Extreme Design Make-Over: Saturday, September 21 at 2PM
Interior Designer Jacqui Palatnik invites you to an exciting program focusing on re-doing and sprucing up what you already have. Her extensive design experience allows her to teach you the tricks of the trade. Learn about color, space planning, fabrics, window-treatments, flooring, lighting and accessories. Registration begins Monday, September 9.
Stretch and Flex with Marianna: Tuesday, September 24, October 15, 22, 29, November 19, 26 at 10:30AM
This is a program of easy, low-impact exercises to improve posture, balance, breathing, range of motion, and body flexibility. Wear comfortable clothes.Registration begins Monday, September 9.
The ABC’s of Medicare Including the Part D Prescription Drug Plan: Friday, September 27 at 2PM
Join Carol Kaplowitz and learn about Medicare A & B: who is eligible, what a Medicare Advantage plan is, and how the Part D prescription drug plan works.
Reverse Your Mortgage: Tuesday, October 1 at 2PM
Come learn the truth about Reverse Mortgages and the Federal Benefit HECM Program.
All About Quilting: Wednesday, October 2 at 2PM
Join Emilia Baer for a lecture on the development of quilting: symbolism, materials and equipment used. Qulting has been recognized as more than just a method to make bed covers; it is a craft used to create wall hangings, clothing and fine art.
Acrylic and Mixed Media Painting Styles: A Look At Some Of Nat Solomon’s Paintings: Thursday, October 3 at 7PM
Nat Solomon is a Franklin Square resident who has been teaching art in elementary school for the past 24 years. For the past 15 years he has been creating his own art, which he will discuss at this presentation.
Selling Your Home in a Challenging Market: Saturday, October 5 at 2PM
Mary E. Adams, Real Estate Broker shows you how to obtain the highest price possible for your home within a reasonable period of time and with the least amount of inconvenience, in a market both challenging and opportunistic.
Senior ID Program: Friday, October 11 from 1-4PM
Come to the library and let the Town of Hempstead assist you in getting a Senior ID card.
Alzheimer’s Workshop: Friday, November 1 at 2PM
The Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center will be here to do a lecture/presentation on Alzheimer’s disease.
How to Maximize your Eligibility for College Financial Aid: Saturday, November 2 at 2PM
Long Island Funding for Education will be here to discuss methods to maximize your family’s eligibility for college financial aid. Learn how to qualify for scholarships. Hear about financial strategies and tactics to increase your college savings. Middle school and high school students and parents are welcome.
Finding Love in Time For the Holidays: It’s Not too Late: Tuesday, November 5 at 2PM
Living busy and hectic lives, single people often find earning a living, advancing a career and tending to personal and familial responsibilities drain them of the energy required to find what they most need to live fulfilling lives: interaction and connection to others. Topics include finding local singles groups and venues, online introductions, and dating tips.
Robotic Orthopedic Surgery: Friday, November 8 at 2PM
Join Dr. Matthew Hepinstall from Franklin General Hospital for a lecture on robotic surgery.
Painted/Ironed Scarves: Thursday, November 7 at 2PM
Come create a fun craft that you can keep or give away! Registration begins on Monday, October 28, 2013.
Medicare Overview: Friday, November 15 at 2PM
Learn about the various Medicare Healthcare Plan options. The Medicare Annual Enrollment period runs from October 15th to December 7th.Learn what is out there so that you can make an informed choice.
Holiday Eating Survival Guide: Saturday, November 16 at 2PM
Join Hofstra University Continuing Education Instructor Margaret Marshall;learn how to make it through the holidays without gaining weight!
Edvard Munch: His Life & Works: Monday, November 18 at 2PM
Join Emilia Baer for an art lecture! Munch is famous for the emotions and symbolism found in his artwork. Using various media, Munch created four versions of his most famous work, The Scream.
Moving Your IRA’s and 401K’s: Complete Financial Workshop and Retirement Funding: Thursday, November 21 at 7PM
If you left your last job, but your 401 K is still at you old company, why? Learn how easy it is roll over your retirement funds. This seminar by Financial Advisor Ronald Steiger will show you what to do to help take control of your financial future.
Landmarks and Historic Sites of Long Island: Thursday, December 5 at 7PM
Author Ralph Brady will guide you through this journey. Learn little know facts about Long Island’s history as Mr. Brady’s lecture focuses upon 40 historic sites.