English Language Learners Adult* Conversation Group
Do you need help learning English? Or would you like to join a group to practice your conversation skills in English? Join us for a free interest meeting Monday, August 15 at 10 AM. Please come and let us know how the library can best help you become a better and more confident speaker.
If you can come, please call the Ambler library at 215-646-1072 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*This meeting is for Adults only - ages 18- to 118
Meet experts in arthritis care who will inform you about current scientific evidence and management strategies in the treatment and care of osteoarthitis, rheumatoid arthritis, and juvenile arthritis. Learn practical strategies to take control of your arthritis through nutrition and exercise. With Carol Oatis, PT, PhD and the United States Bone and Joint Initiative.
Join us for an expert panel that can answer your questions about Medicare, Long-Term Care and Elder Law. Their guidance can help you to truly retire your stress, and enjoy what should be the most fulfilling years of your life. With Marty Sherman.
Tips for Optimizing Physical and Cognitive Health
This workshop will cover:
- Research in the area of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement
- Hands-on tools to incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging - at any age
Presented by the Julie H.C. Bailey Learning Academy of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
Must register by September 17: Please sign-up in the binder in the library lobby with name, phone number and/or email.
Music and The Brain, Part 2*
Presented by Steven Pollack, performer and director
This 2-part lecture series includes live music, presentation and recorded examples:
Physical response to music, How music affects paying attention and expectation based on memory, Music helps language processing, Musicians and their working memory, Music strengthens aspects of brain functions in people with impairments, Music Therapy benefits, Social Benefits
*Didn't make it to Part 1? Come anyway; there's still more to learn!
Tea and Scones 6:30 pm
Program starts 7:00 pm
This program is part of Tea and Scones.
Say you'll be there! Stop by the Library or call 215-646-1072 to register or for more information!
Our Tea and Scones programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Ambler Library!