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7/7
NeWorks of Richard Wagner Discussed at Upcoming Duncaster Great Coursesw EventChamber Events
The Works of Richard Wagner will be the subject of this summer’s Great Courses Seminar discussions at Duncaster Retirement Community. The seminar meets Mondays from June 22 through September 7, at 2:00-3:30. Seminars are held at Duncaster, and are open to the public. Members of the community may sign up for this free series or individual sessions with pre-registration.
The Works of Richard Wagner will be moderated by Duncaster resident Phil Reynolds and will focus on the intriguing story of Wagner’s life and his influence on Western music, opera, and the complete spectrum of theater and literary arts.
The first two-part lecture, titled “The Escape from Riga” and “London, Paris, and Rienzi”, will take place on June 22.
The Great Courses program began at Duncaster in 2009, as part of Duncaster’s dedication to lifelong learning.

Duncaster’s Great Courses are free and open to the public, however pre-registration is required. For more information or to enroll, contact Fran Kent, fKent@Duncaster.org or 860-380-5006.
7/7
Pencil Power! @ Prosser Public Library
Artist Rozanne Hauser brings us an opportunity to escape the ordinary with her drawing workshop for adults.
7/8
Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors MeetingChamber Events
7/8
Creative Non-Fiction Writing @Prosser Public Library
A six-week Summer Creative Non-Fiction Writing Series will be held at Prosser Public Library on Wednesdays, June 10 & 24, July 8 & 22, August 12 & 26, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. This writing group will be facilitated by Bloomfield resident Teri Hale, a retired RN and Navy veteran who is currently a student of creative writing. Space is limited, please register.
7/9
Chill Out & Kint @ Prosser Public Library
Knitters are invited to bring their project in progress. New members of all ages and experience are welcome to drop in and join this group of knitters in the Community Room. Knitters will guide one another with creative new projects or tinkering with an old one. Knitters at all levels are welcome. No registration required.
7/9
Diabetes Academy Device Training
Free injectable device training: learn about meal-based dosing, recognizing and treating low blood sugar and much more. Spanish translation available.
7/10
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
7/10
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
7/10
Traitors, a film from Morocco @ Prosser Public Library
Malika, leader of Traitors, an all-female punk-rock band, has a strong vision of the world, her hometown of Tangier, and her place in it. See the film, and stay for casual conversation afterward.
7/13
Free Diabetes Education Classes
Classes by Certified Diabetes Educators about managing your diabetes and living a healthier life- completely free at Reliance Pharmacy.
7/14
NeWorks of Richard Wagner Discussed at Upcoming Duncaster Great Coursesw EventChamber Events
The Works of Richard Wagner will be the subject of this summer’s Great Courses Seminar discussions at Duncaster Retirement Community. The seminar meets Mondays from June 22 through September 7, at 2:00-3:30. Seminars are held at Duncaster, and are open to the public. Members of the community may sign up for this free series or individual sessions with pre-registration.
The Works of Richard Wagner will be moderated by Duncaster resident Phil Reynolds and will focus on the intriguing story of Wagner’s life and his influence on Western music, opera, and the complete spectrum of theater and literary arts.
The first two-part lecture, titled “The Escape from Riga” and “London, Paris, and Rienzi”, will take place on June 22.
The Great Courses program began at Duncaster in 2009, as part of Duncaster’s dedication to lifelong learning.

Duncaster’s Great Courses are free and open to the public, however pre-registration is required. For more information or to enroll, contact Fran Kent, fKent@Duncaster.org or 860-380-5006.
7/14
Scott Joplin, a Film Talk with Dr. Paul Stacy will be presented at Prosser Public Library
Professor Stacy will show some odd things that happened to Joplin’s music. Best of all, Joplin did something not just odd, but thrilling: he wrote a shimmering opera, parts of which will be shown tonight.
7/15
Duncaster’s July “Art and Science of Graceful Aging” PresentationNew EventChamber Events
Common Bladder Issues in Women the Topic for
“Women’s Bladder Health” is the subject of a Wednesday, July 15 open community presentation and discussion. The presentation is part of Duncaster Retirement Community’s monthly series called “The Art and Science of Graceful Aging.” The 3:00 p.m. presentation is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required.
Paul K. Tulikangas, MD, FACOG, FACS, Urogynecologist from Hartford Hospital will lead the discussion. It will focus on common bladder problems such as: dropped bladders, urinary tract infections, frequent urination and urinary incontinence. Dr. Tulikangas will explain these issues and attendees can expect to learn about diets and exercises as a way to improve their overall health. “I hope those who attend learn practical tips on things they can do to improve their bladder health and function,” Dr. Tulikangas said. “We will discuss both conservative and more involved treatments, and how treatment can improve comfort and quality of life.”
Dr. Tulikangas is a certified Fellow of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the American College of Surgeons. He completed his residency at Brown University Women and Infant’s Hospital department of Obstetrics and Gynecology after receiving his MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He completed a fellowship in Urogynecology at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Tulikangas has served the Hartford community since 2001 and has been recognized numerous times on the “Best Doctors of Connecticut” list by Connecticut Magazine. In addition to his clinical practice Dr Tulikangas is involved in resident and fellowship education and in creating national guidelines on the treatments of female urinary problems.
To register or get more information about Duncaster’s June 24 Art & Science of Graceful Aging presentation contact Fran Kent at (860) 380-5006 or fKent@Duncaster.org.
7/16
Talk It Up Toastmasters Club Meeting - Guests Welcome
Interviewing for jobs?
Giving a business presentation?
Leading a seminar?
Need confidence?

TOASTMASTERS IS THE ANSWER!

Toastmasters will help you to:
- Speak and present compellingly.
- Think quickly and clearly.
- Become a strong leader.
- Listen effectively.

You will learn these skills and more in a supportive, self-paced, fun atmosphere.

Join us at Talk It Up Toastmasters! Guests are Welcome.
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 12:00pm.
Website: talkitup.toastmastersclubs.org
Email: contact-8045@toastmastersclubs.org

Detailed directions to our location and meeting room can be found on our website above.

JOIN OUR CLUB TODAY AND BEGIN TO DISCOVER YOUR CONFIDENCE.
7/17
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
7/17
Scrapbooking at Prosser Public Library
Bring your own blank pages, photos, and memorabilia to a do it yourself scrapbooking time for adults. The library will supply FREE decorative papers, letters, fasteners and stickers for creating memorable pages for a scrapbook.
7/17
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
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