Adult Programs

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Your Medicare Questions Answered
Mons: Dec 2, Jan 13 & Feb 3 from 11am-12pm

Do you have questions about your (or a loved one’s) Medicare coverage or 2020 coverage changes?  Sakeena Gilbert from GLS Consultants will be available to answer Medicare questions regarding prescription coverage, Medicare supplement plans, and more.

Dementia 101
Monday, December 9 from 10am-12pm

Explore the most common forms of dementia and the behaviors associated with them. This presentation will also give insight into alternatives to care, risk factors and health issues that could contribute to a person’s development of dementia.

Sewing 101
Wed, Dec 11 & Tues, Jan 14 from 9:15-11am

Have you always wanted to learn sewing basics?  Miss Clorissa and Friends will teach you the basic operations of a sewing machine while you create two fantastic projects.  Bring your sewing machine if you own one or use ours. All supplies are included.  Limit 12.

       Dec 11       Japanese Reversible Knot Bag
       Jan 14       Fabric Necklace

Crochet Corner
Sats: Dec 14, Jan 11 & Feb 8 from 2-4pm

Are you interested in learning how to knit or crochet?  Do you have a project you’re working on or looking for new patterns?  All skill levels are welcome.  Come for the conversation and work on projects.  Ages 16 & up.

Holiday Napkin Holder
Monday, Dec 16 from 6:30-7:30pm

Create a festive decoration for your holiday table.  Limit 12.

Christmas Keepsake Ornament
Wednesday, December 18 from 2-3pm

With the holidays right around the corner, we’re making personalized wooden ornaments! Make a unique ornament to give as a gift or for your own tree. Limit 12.

Cheers to the New Year
Thursday, December 19  from 6:30-7:30pm

Ring in the New Year by making stemless shatter-resistant wine glasses with different vinyl designs made by the Cricut machine. Limit 12.

New Year Painting
Tuesday, January 7 from 2-3pm

Learn a new painting technique! Use tape to block off areas of a canvas as you add glue and glitter, creating negative space in your artwork!  Limit 10.

Vision Board Workshop
Wednesday, January 8 from 6-8pm

Enhance your new year’s resolutions by creating a visual representation. Vision boards are a great way to check in with yourself and your goals throughout the year. Boards and basic art supplies provided. Patrons are welcome to bring old magazines, craft supplies, stickers, inspirational quotes, etc. to use.  Limit 25.

New Year New Lips
Thursday, January 9 from 7-8pm

While Jack Frost nips at your nose, protect your lips from the cold.  Make your own all natural lip balm to keep your lips from chapping.  Limit 12.

Home Buying Seminar
Saturday, January 11 from 11am-2pm

Get the homeownership information you need to feel confident about the process of buying and owning a home in 2020.  Alex Muhammad of Kaid Real Estate & other local banking and real estate professionals will discuss getting ready to buy, repairing your credit, selecting a lender, agent and real estate attorney, the importance of home maintenance, equity and more.

Estate Planning Workshop
Monday, January 13 from 7-8pm

Are your financial affairs in order? This workshop will highlight the importance of estate planning and having a will, the difference between a health care and financial power of attorney, and more. Brought to you by Legal Shield.

Game of Thrones Escape Room
Saturday, January 18 from 6-8PM

Winter is Here…Whether you are House Stark, Lannister or Targaryen do you have what it takes to claim the iron throne? Register for the Game of Thrones themed escape room and find out. Escape in the allotted time and your house will reign or don’t — and meet your demise by the white walkers. Adults 21+ will only be permitted inside for the program. $5 nonrefundable fee required at time of registration. Limit 15.

Nailed It! Adult Edition
Wednesday, January 22 from 6-7:30pm

Like the hilariously popular Netflix show “Nailed It”, adults can sign up to be a contestant for this library version of the show. Contestants will have 2 challenges to recreate famous Pinterest-worthy projects. Will they “nail it” or “fail it”? Our judges will decide.  Limit 15.

Get Out of Debt for Good
Saturday, January 25 from 11am-1pm

Personal Finance Coach and Insurance Agent Stacie Daniel of Financial Motivations will discuss the importance of getting out of debt and the tips to help you accomplish it.

CPR Certification
Saturday, January 25 from 1-4pm

Join the certified instructors of Pulse-Finders LLC for an American Heart Association-certified CPR training class. Whether you need CPR training to satisfy an OSHA-mandated job requirement or you just want to know how to keep your loved one safe. Training will cover certification for CPR on infants, children and adults. Certification card is valid for two years.  $55 fee (cash only) is required at time of registration.  No refunds unless the class is canceled due to low registration. Ages 14 & up.

Senior Lunch and Learn
Last Friday of the Month from 11am-12pm

Seniors! Join us on the last Friday of the month for our free Lunch and Learn series. Each month we will focus on a different topic. Limit 20.

        Jan 31         Online Prescription Discounts

        Feb 28        Scamming: How to Protect Yourself

Date Night Jar
Saturday, February 8 from 3-4pm

Create a weekly date night jar and recommit to each other! From free to luxurious, these date night jar ideas will help you reconnect each and every week (family ideas included). Limit 12.

Power of Attorney/Living Will Workshop
Presentation: Feb 24 from 10am-12pm
Appointment Only: Mar 9 from 9:30am-1pm

The Center for Disability & Elder Law will discuss obtaining powers of attorney for healthcare and property/living will declarations. Sponsored by State Representative Thaddeus Jones.

Save the Date

10th Annual Holiday Spectacular
Wednesday, December 11 from 6:30-8pm

Ring in the 2019 holiday season at the 10th Annual Holiday Spectacular! There will be Christmas carols by The Hickory Bend Sensational Singers, refreshments, and a special visit by the jolly one himself! Parents must bring their own camera for holiday photos.

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