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  1. Drums Alive

    June 23, 2020, 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

    DRUMS ALIVE IS BACK DAILY! Kelly has been given the opportunity to provide Drums Alive classes at home for people of ALL AGES. The classes are being sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield and are FREE to all participants while we are in Stay At Home orders.

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  2. Gentle Fitness*

    June 23, 2020, 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM

    Meeting ID: 822 8961 6423 Password: 540079 *Gentle Fitness is a strength and conditioning class which focuses on moving safely from one exercise to the next. You will work on balance strengthening, stability and flexibility. You will need a mat and optional weights.

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  3. Gentle Fitness*

    June 23, 2020, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

    Meeting ID: 822 8961 6423 Password: 540079 *Gentle Fitness is a strength and conditioning class which focuses on moving safely from one exercise to the next. You will work on balance strengthening, stability and flexibility. You will need a mat and optional weights.

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  4. Coffee with Representative Denise Garlick*

    June 23, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    To join Zoom meeting: Please RSVP to my email and I will send you the link. **We were supposed to be heading to the State House for a tour and luncheon with Rep. Garlick. Since that can’t happen I reached out to see if Rep. Garlick would want to talk to our crew. She will be hosting a Zoom Coffee Talk to discuss how she's been involved on the COVID-19 working group at the State House, how they are voting remotely and will give an update on other issues. As always, there will be some time for questions and answers.

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  5. Employment Issues Related to COVID-19 and the Racial Injustice Protests

    June 23, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. *Attorney Regina Ryan, will provide critical updates on the latest developments in the employment discrimination post COVID-19 pandemic and amidst the racial injustice protests.

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  6. Current Events Discussion Group*

    June 23, 2020, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    *Current Events provides participants with the opportunity to hear a concise update of the past week's news (local, national and international as appropriate), as well as the opportunity to bring up topics of current interest to themselves. The option to speak or just listen is up to you. The demeanor is always respectful. Facilitator Gerry wrote to me, “Just a reminder of Current Events on Tuesday at 10:30. Same time, same place and same zoom information. If you have any questions let me know. Lots to talk about. Will you now be sitting down in a restaurant? Do you believe in the ostrich approach of less testing leading to less cases? Are you a John Bolton fan? Something to share about Greg Shesko? Remember these days?” See Agenda Link.

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  7. Opinion History with Ron

    June 23, 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    To join Zoom Meeting Stay tuned *Look who’s back!! Ron! Did you have a hard time in history class? Was it a mass of memorizing a continuous batch of presidents, kings, and battles that felt meaningless and you forgot all about them very quickly. This course is very different. First, there are no right answers. Second, there are only your opinions. Third, I am the moderator. I do not have an opinion. I want to hear your thoughts and help to sharpen your opinions. All research will be done by you individually. I will not try to sway you by giving you material to study. GOOGLE, GOOGLE, GOOGLE and THINK! The topic is: Slave Owners, Statue, and more. Hint: Don’t forget Wilson Institute / Brown University

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  8. Train the Brain with Stephen*

    June 23, 2020, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    *This class will involve dynamic, bilateral movement and physical brain activities to improve stability, total body coordination, speed, spatial awareness, endurance and flexibility. Please have the following items ready and available to use during the class): 1) 1 small Bean Bag, bag of frozen Peas or similar item. 2) 3 Paper Plates or Paper Bowls. 3) 1 Spoon (preferably a long one - maybe wooden) and (1) something that is roundish, and will fit easily in the spoon’s scoop. EXAMPLES - a plastic Egg, a Walnut, a small bottle of Whiteout, etc. 4) 1 small Ball. EXAMPLES - a Baseball, or a Tennis Ball. 5) 1 small Pad of Paper and 1 Pen/Pencil - preferably a Pad of “Stickies” for the paper. 6) 1 small Personal Item. EXAMPLES - Old, empty Prescription Bottle, Aspirin/Tylenol Bottle, pair of Glasses, or ANY item you choose that is small and non-breakable.

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  9. Care in Crisis - and Beyond*

    June 23, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    This program is hosted by the NN Chamber of Commerce. Many have been caring for vulnerable senior family members at home during this crisis, and are now transitioning back to work outside the home. There is an immediate need to plan for the ongoing impact and disruption in our lives and of those entrusted to our care. This program, led by Mark H. Friedman, author of the book “A Guide to Excellent (and Successful) Aging” and owner of Senior Helpers Boston and South Shore addresses the risks and benefits of different types of care for seniors, while providing local information and a self scoring tool to determine safety concerns in order to make the right decision for your family. Webinar programming sponsored by: Newton-Wellesley Hospital

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  10. Painting the Portrait with Eli

    June 23, 2020, 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

    *Robert Henri is a legend in American art history for his pioneering efforts as America's premier art instructor at the turn of the century. This week we'll be exploring the genius of Henri by copying his painting of Boy with Cap. See attached photo for a breakdown of a Henri piece. Please email Eli at artfulhand@comcast.net if you plan to attend this online class. (Free Demo for New Subscribers! You don't need any supplies - just watch, take notes and enjoy. I'll explain my methods and show you some easy ways to get your creativity flowing. If you like what you see you can sign-up for more Demos or take an interactive Class. For all levels, working in a medium of choice. Demos are typically on Fridays - email me for your invitation!)

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  11. Life Transition Binder Presentation with Sandra Batra*

    June 23, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Meeting ID: 755 9730 3811 Password: life *Is your personal, financial and medical information organized in one place so you or your family can easily access it and manage your affairs? Join Sandra Batra, as she explains how she can work with you to create a customized binder that incorporates all your life details, including: personal data, property, financial, retirement and insurance details, medical information, and service provider information. Take control and act now so your loved ones have the information they need in the event of an emergency. This will give you and your loved ones peace of mind and provide them with direction and guidance.

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  12. Drums Alive

    June 23, 2020, 2:00 PM - 2:40 PM

    DRUMS ALIVE IS BACK DAILY! Kelly has been given the opportunity to provide Drums Alive classes at home for people of ALL AGES. The classes are being sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield and are FREE to all participants while we are in Stay At Home orders.

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  13. Financial Clinic with Galina*

    June 23, 2020, 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

    To Join Meeting : Email me and I will connect you with an appointment *Some of you met with Galina during her Tuesday afternoon financial clinics last year where Galina answered your financial questions and gave you advice. A number of you also attended her financial presentations in the past. Galina Pekurovskaya is a Financial Adviser with the Bulfinch Group in Needham. Galina is resuming her Financial Clinic every Tuesday at 2 pm. In the spirit of Quarantine, she will conduct it on-line. Pre-registration is required. Feel free to sign up for a Tuesday afternoon 2 pm session with Galina"

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  14. Arthritis Class with Stephen*

    June 23, 2020, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Meeting ID: 839 9235 5761 *This class is a mostly seated exercise class that does not encourage activities that might exacerbate arthritis symptoms and sore joints. It addresses range of motion, strength, flexibility, endurance balance and coordination.

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  15. COVID-19 and Your Estate Plan

    June 23, 2020, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    -After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. *In the virtual presentation, attorney’s will discuss the basics of estate planning to make sure everyone understands what each document is including Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, Will, and Trust, among others and the role each plays in a time like this.

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  16. Gentle Mat Yoga with Michelle*

    June 23, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Meeting ID: 443 604 7877 Password: 0DbGrY *Everyone loves Michelle’s Gentle Seated Yoga so we thought we would add something special in the evening - Gentle Mat Yoga! As always, Michelle will make it as personal as possible so if you have a special area you want to work on - let her know.

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