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Thursday April 25, 2019 Go To Top
rec_beading.png 2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Jewelry Hour at Barney     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-830-7279   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Do you want to learn how to make jewelry? Do you want to learn new techniques?

Join us for this monthly drop-in program for adults. Use the library's supplies or bring your own. Learn how to design and make your own jewelry, fix broken jewelry, the sky's the limit!

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Barney Program Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Friday April 26, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Tuesday April 30, 2019 Go To Top
lib_book_open.png 1:15 PM  -  2:30 PM Novel Ideas Book Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Caroline Ford & Amy Rosenfield   860-673-6791   
   

Join us for a lively discussion on the last Tuesday of the month at 1:15.  Pick up a copy of the current book at the Barney library service desk. All are welcome!

    Location: Hoppin Gallery at Barney
 
flags_ireland.png 6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM The Unstoppable Irish     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Author Dan Milner will join us on the release date of his new book, The Unstoppable Irish, which follows the changing fortunes of New York's Irish Catholics, commencing with the evacuation of British military forces in late 1783 and concluding one hundred years later with the completion of the initial term of the city's first Catholic mayor. During that century, Hibernians first coalesced and then rose in uneven progression from being a variously dismissed, despised, and feared foreign group to ultimately receiving de facto acceptance as constituent members of the city's population. Dan Milner presents evidence that the Catholic Irish of New York gradually integrated (came into common and equal membership) into the city populace rather than assimilated (adopted the culture of a larger host group). Assimilation had always been an option for Catholics, even in Ireland. In order to fit in, they needed only to adopt mainstream Anglo-Protestant identity. But the same virile strain within the Hibernian psyche that had overwhelmingly rejected the abandonment of Gaelic Catholic being in Ireland continued to hold forth in Manhattan and the community remained largely intact. A novel aspect of Milner's treatment is his use of song texts in combination with period news reports and existing scholarship to develop a fuller picture of the Catholic Irish struggle. Products of a highly verbal and passionately musical people, Irish folk and popular songs provide special insight into the popularly held attitudes and beliefs of the integration epoch. 

Dan Milner is an adjunct assistant professor of geography and history at St. John's University. He is the author of The Bonnie Bunch of Roses: Songs of England, Ireland and Scotland and has compiled a number of CDs, including Irish Ballads and Songs of the Sea, Irish in America, and Irish Pirate Ballads.

Pre-order the book at on Amazon!

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Wednesday May 1, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 9:30 AM  -  11:00 AM Blood Pressure Clinic     Tell a Friend
    Contact:    860-651-3539   
   

Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association FREE blood pressure clinic every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.

No appointment necessary.

    Location: Main Library Cafe
 
objects_easel.png 2:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Coffee & Canvas     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our teacher Jane Maciel returns for her one-of-a-kind painting lessons! Coffee will be served as usual.

SPACE IS LIMITED. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Registration opens one month before the program.

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Thursday May 9, 2019 Go To Top
ent_guitar_electric.png 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Stairway to Zeppelin: A Special Evening Lecture at the Barney Library     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Join us for a special after-hours lecture on rock group Led Zeppelin!

When Led Zeppelin II replaced Abbey Road as the #1 album in December of 1969, it symbolized a "passing of the torch" into a new era in popular music. This multimedia presentation observes how 1960s rock bands The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Yardbirds paved the way for Led Zeppelin in the 1970s. 

Presenter Aaron Krerowicz first spoke at the Farmington library on February 21, 2013, when he presented "The Beatles: Band of the Sixties". In the six-and-a-half years since, he has spoken 588 more times in 32 states, Canada, and England. He is currently a doctoral student at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he is pursuing a terminal degree in music theory.

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Hoppin Gallery at Barney
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Saturday May 11, 2019 Go To Top
ent_microphone.png 2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM Garmany Music Series: A Tribute to Duke Ellington with the Bloom Funkhouser Jazz Duo     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

The show will feature classics like Take the A Train, Mood Indigo, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, and In a Sentimental Mood, plus a wide range of other Ellington tunes like Cottontail, Drop Me Off in Harlem, and Warm Valley, and Billy Strayhorn's Chelsea Bridge. Bloom and Funkhouser have performed together for more than 20 years, and they each have impressive credentials as touring and recording artists. Both are veterans of the legendary Aardvark Jazz Orchestra (46th season).

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Peter H. Bloom, flute, concertizes in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Far East and is featured on more than 45 recordings (Leo Records, 9Winds, Sony Classical, other labels). His career encompasses jazz standards, blues, bebop, exploratory jazz, free improvisation, and chamber music from the Renaissance to the 21st century. The Boston Globe called his playing "a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength," while ArtsFuse wrote, "Bloom's solos on flute and amplified flute are always highlights of a performance." Bloom is a 40-year veteran with the legendary Aardvark Jazz Orchestra ("lush sonorities worthy of Ellington's finest reed sections" - JazzTimes), and has appeared with jazz luminaries Charles Neville, Jaki Byard, Sheila Jordan, and Geri Allen. He is a faculty member of the Snow Pond Composers Workshop; serves as contributing editor for Noteworthy Sheet Music; and is a winner of the American Musicological Society's Noah Greenberg Award.

John Funkhouser, piano, has shared the stage with Grammy nominees Luciana Souza and Tierney Sutton, and appeared with notables like Ran Blake, Herb Pomeroy, Laszlo Gardony, Stan Strickland, piano savant Matt Savage, and Mark Harvey's Aardvark Jazz Orchestra. As the leader of his own band Funkhouse and as a sideman (piano and string bass), he has performed at Birdland, Blue Note, and Dizzy's in New York; New Orleans Jazz Festival; the Kennedy Center in Washington DC; Pittsburgh's Mellon Jazz Festival, and others. He has played Chicago, Los Angeles, Kansas City, and other U.S. cities, and has toured in Paris, Toulon, Zurich, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Toronto, and Montreal. Among others, Funkhouser has recorded with James Merenda's Masked Marvels, Pierre Hurel, Laura Allen, Willie Myette, Thomas Luescher, the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, Matt Savage, John Lockwood, and FunkHouse. He teaches Bass, Ear Training, and Ensembles at Berklee College of Music.

This event is made possible by Richard P. Garmany through a grant awarded by the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. The Farmington Libraries host a variety of performances throughout the year as part of the Richard P. Garmany Music Series.

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Monday May 13, 2019 Go To Top
objects_scissors.png 2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Adult Crafternoons: Button Windchimes     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Windchimes

Try your hand at something new!

The library will provide all supplies, but feel free to bring your own.

SPACE IS LIMITED. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

    Location: Barney Program Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Tuesday May 14, 2019 Go To Top
nat_plant_trees.png 6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Organic Gardening for Everyone     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

John Root, naturalist and educator, will present practical advice and inspiration to gardeners of all ages and physical conditions on growing vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers organically. Topics include composting and mulching to promote healthy soil, using space efficiently, growing plants from seed, succession planting, inviting beneficial wildlife, controlling weeds and pests naturally, and preserving homegrown produce. Questions and comments are welcome!

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
 
lib_book_open.png 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM YA Lit Lovers Book Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Anna Boisvert   860-673-6791   aboisvert@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Are you a little less Y and a little more A, but can’t get enough of YA books?

It’s ok, no really, it’s okay. This book group is for you! Funny, heart-wrenching, time-traveling, world-bending, stereotype shattering YA books have been making a mark on society for decades and it’s time for us adults who love them to stop hiding in the shadows. Led by Laura Horn, Assistant Library Director.

This month's book is Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. View our entire reading list here!

    Location: Board Room 1
Wednesday May 15, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 9:30 AM  -  11:00 AM Blood Pressure Clinic     Tell a Friend
    Contact:    860-651-3539   
   

Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association FREE blood pressure clinic every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.

No appointment necessary.

    Location: Main Library Cafe
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trans_batleship.png 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM D-Day: Normandy (Part 1 of 2)     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Join us to honor the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy with a two-part lecture.

The Normandy Invasion (also called Operation Overlord or D-Day), the Allied invasion of western Europe during World War II, was launched on June 6, 1944, with the simultaneous landing of U.S., British, and Canadian forces on five separate beachheads in Normandy, France. By the end of August 1944 all of northern France was liberated, and the invading forces reorganized for the drive into Germany, where they would eventually meet with Soviet forces advancing from the east to bring an end to the Nazi Reich.

Part 1: Prelude to D-Day
WED May 15, 7:00 PM
Learn about the fall of Western Europe to the Nazis and the construction of their defenses and the Atlantic Wall in their bid to keep it.

Part 2: N-O-R-M-A-N-D-Y
WED May 22, 7:00 PM
This will detail the "Perfect Storm" of events that descended upon the Nazi's "Fortress Europe" and resulted in the Allied victory with the collapse and German surrender eleven months later.

Mr. Cole has educated a variety of audiences ranging from senior citizen groups to high school students, historical societies and public library forums across Connecticut.  He has been an invited speaker in France, the Czech Republic, and Africa (Tunisia).

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Thursday May 16, 2019 Go To Top
objects_money_coins_paper.png 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Get Financially Fit this Spring! Plan for College     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Get financially fit this spring with these programs sponsored by Rachel Alexander of Santander Bank!

Tax Preparation
THURS March 7, 6:30 PM

Buying a Home
THURS April 11, 7:00 PM

Plan for College
THURS May 16, 7:00 PM

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE


Rachel Alexander, Mortgage Development Officer NMLS 560802, has been in the banking industry since 2002, working as an accomplished Retail Branch Manager well as top performing Home Loan and Mortgage Originator. Rachel is an experienced Mortgage Loan Officer with demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Banking, along with diverse types of mortgages – including CHFA, FHA, VA, Conventional and Jumbo loans – Rachel is able to help borrowers in and out of CT with purchase or refinance. Rachel is a Farmington High School Alumni and a graduate of Central CT State University. 860-858-1811, Rachel.Alexander@santander.us

Joe Conlan is a financial advisor at Parent Financial. He brings a strong investment background to his comprehensive financial planning practice.  His practice is primarily focused on helping families take the steps towards achieving financial confidence. Joe graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania with a major in Finance and spent time abroad at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK.  He holds FINRA series 7, 63 and 65 licenses as well as his Life, Accident, Health and Sickness insurance licenses. 860-980-0296, JConlan@financialguide.com

 

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Friday May 17, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Monday May 20, 2019 Go To Top
lib_book_open.png 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Farmington Reads Book Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Caroline Ford   860-673-6791   cford@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Hidden gems from our collection, chosen just for you by our staff! Join us to discuss, share, and laugh. Titles will include a mix of fiction and non-fiction. A limited number of copies of each book on the list will be available for loan at the library, or bring your own! Led by Caroline Ford, Director of Lending & Collection Management.

This month's book is My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. View our entire reading list here!

    Location: Board Room 1
Tuesday May 21, 2019 Go To Top
lib_writing.png 6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM Presentation and Book-Signing - How to Survive a Brazilian Betrayal: A Mother-Daughter Memoir     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Lightening darkness with humor, Velya Jancz-Urban and her 25-year-old daughter, Ehris, introduce readers to their offbeat Connecticut family. Motivated by an 11-year friendship with a charming Brazilian named Jose Geraldo, they spend four years preparing for their move to rural Brazil, where they will run a dairy farm and open an English school. When they follow their hearts to Ponte Nova, an explosion of betrayal leaves them dazed and grieving. Broke and broken, they are forced to return to the United States, and navigate their rebirth in a foreclosed 1770 New England farmhouse. An already strong mother/daughter relationship becomes indestructible when no one else is emotionally available for them.

How to Survive a Brazilian Betrayal is written by a kooky, gregarious mother and perceptive, poised daughter. Blurbed by Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Mother-Daughter Wisdom, this memoir takes readers along on an unconventional family’s hilariously honest, yet heart-wrenching, journey. Readers will fall in love with their spunk, feel the knockout punches of betrayal along with them, and be rooting for them to get back up off the mat.

Despite their setbacks, Velya (the “charismatic weirdo”) and Ehris (the “sarcastic sophisticated healer”) still firmly believe that there is no growth without change, and that picking up the pieces of a shattered dream is better than having no pieces to pick up at all.

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Wednesday May 22, 2019 Go To Top
trans_batleship.png 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM D-Day: Normandy (Part 2 of 2)     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Join us to honor the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy with a two-part lecture.

The Normandy Invasion (also called Operation Overlord or D-Day), the Allied invasion of western Europe during World War II, was launched on June 6, 1944, with the simultaneous landing of U.S., British, and Canadian forces on five separate beachheads in Normandy, France. By the end of August 1944 all of northern France was liberated, and the invading forces reorganized for the drive into Germany, where they would eventually meet with Soviet forces advancing from the east to bring an end to the Nazi Reich.

Part 1: Prelude to D-Day
WED May 15, 7:00 PM
Learn about the fall of Western Europe to the Nazis and the construction of their defenses and the Atlantic Wall in their bid to keep it.

Part 2: N-O-R-M-A-N-D-Y
WED May 22, 7:00 PM
This will detail the "Perfect Storm" of events that descended upon the Nazi's "Fortress Europe" and resulted in the Allied victory with the collapse and German surrender eleven months later.

Mr. Cole has educated a variety of audiences ranging from senior citizen groups to high school students, historical societies and public library forums across Connecticut.  He has been an invited speaker in France, the Czech Republic, and Africa (Tunisia).

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Community Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Thursday May 23, 2019 Go To Top
rec_beading.png 2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Jewelry Hour at Barney     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-830-7279   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Do you want to learn how to make jewelry? Do you want to learn new techniques?

Join us for this monthly drop-in program for adults. Use the library's supplies or bring your own. Learn how to design and make your own jewelry, fix broken jewelry, the sky's the limit!

OUR CALENDAR HAS MOVED - REGISTER HERE

    Location: Barney Program Room
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
Tuesday May 28, 2019 Go To Top
lib_book_open.png 1:15 PM  -  2:30 PM Novel Ideas Book Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Caroline Ford & Amy Rosenfield   860-673-6791   
   

Join us for a lively discussion on the last Tuesday of the month at 1:15.  Pick up a copy of the current book at the Barney library service desk. All are welcome!

    Location: Hoppin Gallery at Barney
Friday June 21, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Monday July 15, 2019 Go To Top
med_red_cross.png 10:00 AM  -  3:00 PM American Red Cross Blood Drive     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
    Location: Community Room
Friday July 19, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Friday August 16, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
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Friday September 20, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Friday October 18, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Friday November 15, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
Friday December 20, 2019 Go To Top
med_heart_health.png 10:30 AM  -  11:30 AM Farmington Valley Alzheimer's Support Group     Tell a Friend
    Contact: Leah Farrell   860-673-6791   lfarrell@farmingtonlibraries.org
   

Our Support group provides a safe, confidential, supportive environment and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. There will also be opportunities for education on related topics, information about dementia and support to help develop methods/skills to solve problems.

We will meet every 3rd Friday of the month.

For more information or to RSVP call Heather: 860-507-7711 (email: hpierce@anthologyseniorliving.com)


Facilitated by: Sandra Cook, CSA, CDP 
Sponsored by: Anthology of Farmington 
Co-sponsored by: the Farmington Libraries

    Location: Board Room 2
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