Posts Tagged ‘si19’

Decluttering: Things You Won’t Miss at All!

Decluttering: Things You Won’t Miss at All! Get inspired with a simple checklist of things to get out of your home. Your house will be leaner and smarter. It’s easier to sort and purge the big things when the obvious things are gone. We are not tackling expensive items, memories, selling, or storage – just decluttering with…

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Tour the Lower Shore: Historic Sites

Tour the Lower Shore: Historic Sites Learn about the many fascinating historic sites located on the Lower Shore. Presented by Sylvia Bradley, Salisbury University Professor Emeritus of History   The cost is $3 for this session A complete schedule of all classes is available Here To Register: Advance registration is suggested* Registration forms are available at…

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The Importance of Honey Bees

The Importance of Honey Bees Honey bees are important to the environment and to our own well-being. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating and producing 80% of the foods we enjoy, including fruits, vegetables and herbs of all types. Becoming a beekeeper is easy, safe and a great hobby for the entire family. There are…

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Scrapbooking: Borders and Beyond

Scrapbooking: Borders and Beyond Borders are a great way to enhance your scrapbook pages. Get ideas for all sorts of eye-catching borders. Some materials will be available for this hands-on scrapbook session. Presented by Jennifer Johnson, local scrapbook enthusiast   The cost is $3 for this session A complete schedule of all classes is available Here…

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Let’s Make a Salad

Let’s Make a Salad Go way beyond the everyday salad of lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers! This session will offers lots of ideas for making delicious and healthy salads using a host of unexpected ingredients, along with tasty dressings. Presented by Heather Griswold, owner and organic gardener at Shore Ecoscapes   The cost is $3 for…

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Large Writ Small: The American Short Story

Large Writ Small: The American Short Story Packing epic themes into “The Cask of Amontillado,” Edgar Allan Poe is often cited as the father of the modern short story. This class will analyze Poe’s famous tale plus stories by two 20th century American writers who put their unique stamp on his enduring legacy: “Cross Crossings…

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Delmarvans Go to War: The Civil War on Delmarva

Delmarvans Go to War:  The Civil War on Delmarva This class offers an in-depth look at the Civil War as it unfolded on the Lower Eastern Shore, using original letters, documents, photographs, and other contemporary artifacts to show Delmarva’s men and women on the homefront and on the battlefront during the Civil War. Presented by…

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iPads & iPhones: Got Apps?

iPads & iPhones: Got Apps? There are wonderful apps for your iPad/iPhone. During this session, learn about useful and resourceful apps that are original to your device, plus others that will expand your possibilities. Presented by Janet Parke, in-service trainer at MAC   The cost is $3 for this session A complete schedule of all classes…

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Sleep for Your Health – Body and Brain

Sleep for Your Health – Body and Brain This session will take a look at sleep and how it effects your health – both the body and brain. Learn about common sleep disorders and treatment, and how to sleep better! Presented by Linda Hurley, director of Peninsula Sleep Waves, a diagnostic sleep lab at Peninsula…

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Managing Taxes in Retirement

Managing Taxes in Retirement This class examines various tax issues related to retirees. Discussion will include how Social Security benefits are taxed, Medicare premiums, RMD’s (Required Minimum Distributions), charitable giving and other tax-related items. Presented by Eric Johnston, a local certified financial and president of InFocus Financial Advisors, Inc.   The cost is $3 for…

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