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  1. Cutting the Cable Cord with Norm

    August 12, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    Interested in "Cutting the Cord" and maybe saving some money on your cable bill? Join Norm Michaels, a Member of Longmeadow Cable TV Committee, for a non-technical, informative Zoom Meeting on August 12th at 12:30 pm. Email Lindsay at lgill@longmeadow.org for Zoom login details.

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  2. Antiques and Collectibles with Chrissy

    August 14, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    Meet with Chrissy from Russell Antiques & Collectibles on Zoom. Whether your focus is to downsize one cabinet or one house, Chrissy can breakdown this often overwhelming process including how to resell, repurpose, and recycle your items. (This program was scheduled Pre-COVID, we are grateful we can try again, thank you Chrissy!) Email Lindsay with for Zoom login information and questions at lgill@longmeadow.org

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  3. Self-Advocacy with Bay Path University

    August 17, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    Did you know learning self-advocacy skills can increase your overall health and wellbeing? Are you interested in learning strategies to help you advocate for yourself? If so, please join us on Zoom for a presentation and interactive discussion on how you can increase your self-advocacy skills presented by Master of Occupational Therapy students from Bay Path University! Topics we will be discussing include the following: · Strategies to advocate for yourself and your needs · Tips on how to obtain pertinent information for your own personal wellbeing · Strategies to recall information from medical appointments Email Lindsay at lgill@longmeadow.org for Zoom information and with any questions. We look forward to you joining us!

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  4. Canning with Julia Mitchell

    August 20, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    Canning used to be days in hot kitchens and endless chopping. Not any more! Small-batch canning is easy and simple canning that is quick and produces about 8-10 jars—perfect as winter reminders of your summer bounty from the garden. In this class Julia will teach the easy method for small batch canning plus provide you with many recipes you can try on your own. She will also provide recipes on how to use your wonderful canning efforts. For instance, how to take the canning of cherries and red wine and then make spatch cocked chicken with a red cherry and wine gravy. Yum! This will be on Zoom, email lgill@longmeadow for the login details.

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  5. Home Improvement Contractors with OCABR and BBB

    August 25, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    Robin Putnam, from the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation, and Amy Schram, from the Better business Bureau will present on home improvement contractors. The presentation will include information about their offices and what they do. It will also cover registration of contractors, what to do about complaints, arbitration, and the guaranty fund. Email Lindsay for Zoom Login and with any questions at LGILL@longmeadow.org

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  6. A Visit with Philadelphia Suffragist Dora Lewis

    August 28, 2020, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    How did women in America win the right to vote? Women battled for decades to convince a government driven solely by men that “We the People of the United States” includes women. Dora Lewis shares her own experience as a militant suffragist for the National Woman’s Party, jailed for picketing in silent protest at the gates of the White House. Where do you stand on winning equal rights for women? You are invited to meet Dora Lewis, National Woman’s Party Ratification Chair, to learn more about this important moment in women’s history. This will be on Zoom, email lgill@longmeadow.org for login details.

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