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4/21
Delights of Music @ Prosser Public Library, Film & Conversation with Jack Brin
Shostakovich & Stalin:
This film is a mix of music and history. Stalin incorporated the arts in his propaganda machine. He introduced what he called “Socialist Realism”. Books, newspapers, music, and movies had to reflect the joy of living in the Soviet Union. Those who ignored this policy risked labor camps or death. Shostakovich was a loyal citizen, but sometimes his music displeased Stalin. The movie looks at the two men and their era, so difficult to grasp, even today.
4/22
Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Opera Talk at Prosser Public Library
Opera's Most enduring tragic double bill returns to the Met for a live broadcast performance in an evocative new production from Sir David McVicar.
Join Jeffrey Engel, music historian and teacher at Northwestern Connecticut Community College for today's Metropolitan Opera pre-performance lecture.
4/23
Chill Out & Knit at Prosser Public Library
New and experienced knitters of all ages are invited to bring their projects in progress
4/23
Karen Frisk Jazz Concert @ Prosser Public Library
Celebrating Jazz Month and the Spring Season! with the KAREN FRISK JAZZ QUARTET.
4/23
"Making the Best Use of Your Medications" Seminar at DuncasterChamber Events
Making the Best Use of Your Medications
April 23 Program by Duncaster’s Art & Science of Graceful Aging

BLOOMFIELD, CT, Mar. 26, 2015 -- If you are over the age of 60, chances are you are taking six to eight medications a day. And some of those medications may be working against each other. Others may interact and damage your health.

These issues will be featured in a program on Thursday, April 23 that is part of Duncaster’s Art & Science of Graceful Aging series. The session begins at 3:00 p.m. at Duncaster Retirement Community in Bloomfield. It will be presented by Sowmya Kurtakoti, MD, Medical Director at Duncaster. Attendance is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required

“We often see older adults who are taking prescriptions, over-the-counter medications and supplements at the same time and the results can be dangerous,” says Dr. Kurtakoti. In her practice at Hartford Hospital Senior Primary Care at Duncaster, she sees the results of what she calls “uncoordinated medications.” These may cause drugs to lose their effectiveness or even damage the health of those taking them.

People over the age of 60 use 33 percent of all prescription medications and 41 percent of all over-the-counter medications. They are particularly vulnerable to adverse drug incidents due to age-related physical changes. These can decrease the drugs’ ability to work or may even intensify their effects. Even small doses of medications taken over longer periods of time can cause profound effects.

Those over age 85 can have even more severe reactions. Often this age group has lower body weight, multiple diagnoses and medications and prior adverse drug events. These put them at a higher risk for an unfavorable drug reaction or drug interactions. The most common drug interactions come from blood pressure medications and psychiatric medications. These may even lead to hospitalization.

“People often believe that over-the-counter medications and supplements are safe because they aren’t prescriptions, but that’s simply not true,” says Dr. Kurtakoti “Medications like Tylenol, aspirin and Ibuprofen can cause an adverse drug reaction especially for those with liver or kidney disease. As far as supplements are concerned, don’t let the word ‘natural’ make you think they are harmless. They can also have side effects and can interfere with other medicines. When added to prescription medications, supplements and over-the-counter medicines can place seniors at risk for increased falls and can affect their ability to do everyday things.”

Dr. Kurtakoti advises seniors to review all of their medications, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines and supplements, with their doctors every year. “Remember to bring all your supplements, medicines and prescriptions to every visit with your physician and to take your medications as prescribed,” she advises. “If you’re thinking of adding something to your medication regime, even if it’s an over-the counter drug or a supplement, ask your doctor first.”

To register or get more information about Duncaster’s April 23 Art & Science of Graceful Aging presentation about this topic contact Fran Kent at (860) 380-5006 or fKent@Duncaster.org.
4/24
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
4/24
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
4/27
GREAT WORKS OF THE LOUVRE DISCUSSED AT DUNCASTER’S APRIL AND MAY GREAT COURSESChamber Events
“Museum Masterpieces: The Louvre” will be featured in 12 discussions during April and May. Part of Duncaster Retirement Community’s Great Courses series, the six sessions will be held on Mondays from April 13 through May 18, at 2:00-3:30. They are being held at Duncaster and are open to the public. Members of the surrounding community may enroll in the whole series or individual courses with pre-registration required.

The course will be moderated by expert art critic and historian Richard Brettell who will provide a framework for comprehending and appreciate the works in the Louvre. Discussions will focus on various artistic time periods, regions, and schools. The lectures will cover art from Spanish, French, Flemish, Dutch, and German cultures. The second half of the course focuses heavily on French painters from the seventeenth century through the early nineteenth century.

The discussions will include:

April 13 - Palace to Museum—The Story of
the Louvre
Leonardo and the Origins of
the Collection
April 20 - Italian Renaissance and
Baroque Painting
Spanish School of Painting
April 27 - Rubens and Flemish Painting;
Early German
Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Dutch
Painting
May 4 - De La Tour, Le Nain, and 17th-
century Painting
Claude and Poussin—French
Painters in Rome
May 11 -Watteau and Chardin
Boucher, Fragonard, and the
Rococo in France
May 18 -Jacques-Louis David and His
School Delacroix and
Ingres—The Great Dialectic

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.
4/27
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management 6 - session Workshop series at Prosser Public Library
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop: 6 Weeks on Mondays at 12 Noon beginning March 16 through April 20, with April 27 as a snow date if needed.
For people with ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, depression, heart disease, arthritis, paint & anxiety, or those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition. This FREE, six-week workshop helps people become better self-managers of their health. Developed at Stanford University, this workshop is a nation-wide, evidence based program that promotes wellness by empowering people to take control of their chronic conditions through better nutrition, exercise, stress management, pain management, better sleep and much more!
4/28
Reconstruction Revisited, Discussion Series at Prosser Public Library
Discuss: "Freeman," a novel by Leonard Pitts, (2012)
"Freeman" takes place in the first few months following the Confederate surrender and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
4/30
Book Slae @ Prosser Public Library
Friends of the Bloomfield Public Libraries' Spring Book Sale
5/1
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
5/1
Book Slae @ Prosser Public Library
Friends of the Bloomfield Public Libraries' Spring Book Sale
5/1
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
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The Bloomfield Chamber & Community Calendar of Events

The Bloomfield Chamber & Community Calendar of Events
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Today is: 4/21/2015

4/1
Bloomfield Chamber BAH Hosted by Weatherby & AssociatesChamber Events
Join the Bloomfield Chamber Board of Directors and our Membership for a Night of Networking!
4/1
Old Farm Schoolhouse @ Prosser Public Library
See the film made by Ralph Schmoll who will facilitate tonight’s presentation. A Wintonbury Historical Society and library sponsored event.
4/2
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.
4/3
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
4/3
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
4/6
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management 6 - session Workshop series at Prosser Public Library
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop: 6 Weeks on Mondays at 12 Noon beginning March 16 through April 20, with April 27 as a snow date if needed.
For people with ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, depression, heart disease, arthritis, paint & anxiety, or those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition. This FREE, six-week workshop helps people become better self-managers of their health. Developed at Stanford University, this workshop is a nation-wide, evidence based program that promotes wellness by empowering people to take control of their chronic conditions through better nutrition, exercise, stress management, pain management, better sleep and much more!
4/7
21st Century Classical Music Appreciation @ Prosser Public Library
This evening's session showcases Bernard Rands, a British American composer born in 1934, Michael Gandolfi, American born in 1956 and Sergio Assad, Brazilian born in 1952.
4/8
Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors MeetingChamber Events
4/9
Chill Out & Knit at Prosser Public Library
New and experienced knitters of all ages are invited to bring their projects in progress
4/9
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.
4/9
Small Business SymposiumChamber Events
Come Join Us! Prepare yourself & your business for exponential growth by learning from top industry leaders. Learn the latest marketing, leadership, HR, and customer relationship strategies that will substantially increase your network and take your business to the next level.

WHEN: Thursday, April 9, 2015
12:00-5:30 PM
WHERE: New England Air Museum, Conference Rooms
COST: $35.00 per attendee, through 3/19. $45.00 after 3/19
*Includes lunch, snacks/coffee, symposium & exhibits

Keynote Address - Complete Business Transformation: Take Your Revenue, Profits and Cash Flow to a Whole New Level. Pete Winiarski, Founder/CEO Win Enterprises, LLC

“CT20x17 Campaign” , Adam Ney, Team Leader - Outreach & Engagement , Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA)

A “Newsworthy” Bootcamp, Gary Carra, Publisher, North Central News & Marketing, Business & Industry Trainer, Asnuntuck

Are you Hiring for Fit, Skills, or Knowledge? What are the “K-S-P” success factors you need to know? Howard Coleman, Principal - MCA Associates, Management Consulting & Thought-Leadership

The “Process” of Networking. Your way to Success. The Meeting is Only the 1st Step... Chip Janszewski, Chip Janiszewski Enterprises, LLC/Send Out Cards

Top Reasons Companies Like Yours Get Sued and How To Protect Yourself. Jenny Castle, SPHR, Owner, Jenny Castle Human Resources Consulting

Newsletters & Announcements. Featuring Email and Social Engagement. April Woodcock, Managing Partner and Chief Buzz Officer, Touching Clients, Constant Contact Local Expert

Audience Targeting and the Zero Moment of Truth. Jeff Sutton, Advance Digital, Director of Audience Targeting , Mass Live/Republican

Feedback & Surveys - Get valuable insights to help drive your success. April Woodcock, Advance Digital, Director of Audience Targeting

Unleashing Peak Sales Performance. Duane Cashin, Sales Growth Strategist

Register: Visit www.chambersmallbizsymposium.com to register and for more information
4/9
Thriller Book Discussion at Prosser Public Library
Discuss "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn with Dianne Harrison. This 2012 thriller spent more than 95 weeks on the best seller list.
4/10
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
4/10
"Instructions Not Included" a film in Spanish and English at Prosser Public Library
Notorious Casanova Valentin Bravo leads a happy life of philandering in Acapulco, until a former fling leaves a baby on his doorstep and disappears.
4/10
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
4/13
Free Diabetes Education Classes
Classes by Certified Diabetes Educators about managing your diabetes and living a healthier life- completely free at Reliance Pharmacy.
4/13
GREAT WORKS OF THE LOUVRE DISCUSSED AT DUNCASTER’S APRIL AND MAY GREAT COURSESChamber Events
“Museum Masterpieces: The Louvre” will be featured in 12 discussions during April and May. Part of Duncaster Retirement Community’s Great Courses series, the six sessions will be held on Mondays from April 13 through May 18, at 2:00-3:30. They are being held at Duncaster and are open to the public. Members of the surrounding community may enroll in the whole series or individual courses with pre-registration required.

The course will be moderated by expert art critic and historian Richard Brettell who will provide a framework for comprehending and appreciate the works in the Louvre. Discussions will focus on various artistic time periods, regions, and schools. The lectures will cover art from Spanish, French, Flemish, Dutch, and German cultures. The second half of the course focuses heavily on French painters from the seventeenth century through the early nineteenth century.

The discussions will include:

April 13 - Palace to Museum—The Story of
the Louvre
Leonardo and the Origins of
the Collection
April 20 - Italian Renaissance and
Baroque Painting
Spanish School of Painting
April 27 - Rubens and Flemish Painting;
Early German
Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Dutch
Painting
May 4 - De La Tour, Le Nain, and 17th-
century Painting
Claude and Poussin—French
Painters in Rome
May 11 -Watteau and Chardin
Boucher, Fragonard, and the
Rococo in France
May 18 -Jacques-Louis David and His
School Delacroix and
Ingres—The Great Dialectic

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.
4/13
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management 6 - session Workshop series at Prosser Public Library
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop: 6 Weeks on Mondays at 12 Noon beginning March 16 through April 20, with April 27 as a snow date if needed.
For people with ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, depression, heart disease, arthritis, paint & anxiety, or those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition. This FREE, six-week workshop helps people become better self-managers of their health. Developed at Stanford University, this workshop is a nation-wide, evidence based program that promotes wellness by empowering people to take control of their chronic conditions through better nutrition, exercise, stress management, pain management, better sleep and much more!
4/15
Book Discussion @ Prosser Public Library
Discuss "Clara & Mr. Tiffany" by Susan Vreeland. Louis Comfort Tiffany staffs his studio with female artisans--a decision that protects him from strikes by the all-male union--but refuses to employ women who are married.
4/16
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.
4/17
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
4/17
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
4/20
GREAT WORKS OF THE LOUVRE DISCUSSED AT DUNCASTER’S APRIL AND MAY GREAT COURSESChamber Events
“Museum Masterpieces: The Louvre” will be featured in 12 discussions during April and May. Part of Duncaster Retirement Community’s Great Courses series, the six sessions will be held on Mondays from April 13 through May 18, at 2:00-3:30. They are being held at Duncaster and are open to the public. Members of the surrounding community may enroll in the whole series or individual courses with pre-registration required.

The course will be moderated by expert art critic and historian Richard Brettell who will provide a framework for comprehending and appreciate the works in the Louvre. Discussions will focus on various artistic time periods, regions, and schools. The lectures will cover art from Spanish, French, Flemish, Dutch, and German cultures. The second half of the course focuses heavily on French painters from the seventeenth century through the early nineteenth century.

The discussions will include:

April 13 - Palace to Museum—The Story of
the Louvre
Leonardo and the Origins of
the Collection
April 20 - Italian Renaissance and
Baroque Painting
Spanish School of Painting
April 27 - Rubens and Flemish Painting;
Early German
Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Dutch
Painting
May 4 - De La Tour, Le Nain, and 17th-
century Painting
Claude and Poussin—French
Painters in Rome
May 11 -Watteau and Chardin
Boucher, Fragonard, and the
Rococo in France
May 18 -Jacques-Louis David and His
School Delacroix and
Ingres—The Great Dialectic

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.
4/20
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management 6 - session Workshop series at Prosser Public Library
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop: 6 Weeks on Mondays at 12 Noon beginning March 16 through April 20, with April 27 as a snow date if needed.
For people with ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, depression, heart disease, arthritis, paint & anxiety, or those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition. This FREE, six-week workshop helps people become better self-managers of their health. Developed at Stanford University, this workshop is a nation-wide, evidence based program that promotes wellness by empowering people to take control of their chronic conditions through better nutrition, exercise, stress management, pain management, better sleep and much more!
4/20
Nero Wolfe Book Discussion at Prosser Public Library
Discuss "Triple Jeopardy" by Rex Stout (1952). Three stories are contained in this title:
Home to Roost --The Cop Killer --The Squirt and the Monkey. Join Rex Stout/Nero Wolfe enthusiast Dr. Marilyn Schaffer for this discussion.
4/21
Delights of Music @ Prosser Public Library, Film & Conversation with Jack Brin
Shostakovich & Stalin:
This film is a mix of music and history. Stalin incorporated the arts in his propaganda machine. He introduced what he called “Socialist Realism”. Books, newspapers, music, and movies had to reflect the joy of living in the Soviet Union. Those who ignored this policy risked labor camps or death. Shostakovich was a loyal citizen, but sometimes his music displeased Stalin. The movie looks at the two men and their era, so difficult to grasp, even today.
4/22
Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Opera Talk at Prosser Public Library
Opera's Most enduring tragic double bill returns to the Met for a live broadcast performance in an evocative new production from Sir David McVicar.
Join Jeffrey Engel, music historian and teacher at Northwestern Connecticut Community College for today's Metropolitan Opera pre-performance lecture.
4/23
Chill Out & Knit at Prosser Public Library
New and experienced knitters of all ages are invited to bring their projects in progress
4/23
Karen Frisk Jazz Concert @ Prosser Public Library
Celebrating Jazz Month and the Spring Season! with the KAREN FRISK JAZZ QUARTET.
4/23
"Making the Best Use of Your Medications" Seminar at DuncasterChamber Events
Making the Best Use of Your Medications
April 23 Program by Duncaster’s Art & Science of Graceful Aging

BLOOMFIELD, CT, Mar. 26, 2015 -- If you are over the age of 60, chances are you are taking six to eight medications a day. And some of those medications may be working against each other. Others may interact and damage your health.

These issues will be featured in a program on Thursday, April 23 that is part of Duncaster’s Art & Science of Graceful Aging series. The session begins at 3:00 p.m. at Duncaster Retirement Community in Bloomfield. It will be presented by Sowmya Kurtakoti, MD, Medical Director at Duncaster. Attendance is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required

“We often see older adults who are taking prescriptions, over-the-counter medications and supplements at the same time and the results can be dangerous,” says Dr. Kurtakoti. In her practice at Hartford Hospital Senior Primary Care at Duncaster, she sees the results of what she calls “uncoordinated medications.” These may cause drugs to lose their effectiveness or even damage the health of those taking them.

People over the age of 60 use 33 percent of all prescription medications and 41 percent of all over-the-counter medications. They are particularly vulnerable to adverse drug incidents due to age-related physical changes. These can decrease the drugs’ ability to work or may even intensify their effects. Even small doses of medications taken over longer periods of time can cause profound effects.

Those over age 85 can have even more severe reactions. Often this age group has lower body weight, multiple diagnoses and medications and prior adverse drug events. These put them at a higher risk for an unfavorable drug reaction or drug interactions. The most common drug interactions come from blood pressure medications and psychiatric medications. These may even lead to hospitalization.

“People often believe that over-the-counter medications and supplements are safe because they aren’t prescriptions, but that’s simply not true,” says Dr. Kurtakoti “Medications like Tylenol, aspirin and Ibuprofen can cause an adverse drug reaction especially for those with liver or kidney disease. As far as supplements are concerned, don’t let the word ‘natural’ make you think they are harmless. They can also have side effects and can interfere with other medicines. When added to prescription medications, supplements and over-the-counter medicines can place seniors at risk for increased falls and can affect their ability to do everyday things.”

Dr. Kurtakoti advises seniors to review all of their medications, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines and supplements, with their doctors every year. “Remember to bring all your supplements, medicines and prescriptions to every visit with your physician and to take your medications as prescribed,” she advises. “If you’re thinking of adding something to your medication regime, even if it’s an over-the counter drug or a supplement, ask your doctor first.”

To register or get more information about Duncaster’s April 23 Art & Science of Graceful Aging presentation about this topic contact Fran Kent at (860) 380-5006 or fKent@Duncaster.org.
4/24
Baby Bounce Storytime @ Prosser
11 AM
4/24
Toddler Time Storytime @ Prosser
10:15 AM
4/27
GREAT WORKS OF THE LOUVRE DISCUSSED AT DUNCASTER’S APRIL AND MAY GREAT COURSESChamber Events
“Museum Masterpieces: The Louvre” will be featured in 12 discussions during April and May. Part of Duncaster Retirement Community’s Great Courses series, the six sessions will be held on Mondays from April 13 through May 18, at 2:00-3:30. They are being held at Duncaster and are open to the public. Members of the surrounding community may enroll in the whole series or individual courses with pre-registration required.

The course will be moderated by expert art critic and historian Richard Brettell who will provide a framework for comprehending and appreciate the works in the Louvre. Discussions will focus on various artistic time periods, regions, and schools. The lectures will cover art from Spanish, French, Flemish, Dutch, and German cultures. The second half of the course focuses heavily on French painters from the seventeenth century through the early nineteenth century.

The discussions will include:

April 13 - Palace to Museum—The Story of
the Louvre
Leonardo and the Origins of
the Collection
April 20 - Italian Renaissance and
Baroque Painting
Spanish School of Painting
April 27 - Rubens and Flemish Painting;
Early German
Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Dutch
Painting
May 4 - De La Tour, Le Nain, and 17th-
century Painting
Claude and Poussin—French
Painters in Rome
May 11 -Watteau and Chardin
Boucher, Fragonard, and the
Rococo in France
May 18 -Jacques-Louis David and His
School Delacroix and
Ingres—The Great Dialectic

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.
4/27
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management 6 - session Workshop series at Prosser Public Library
Live Well - Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop: 6 Weeks on Mondays at 12 Noon beginning March 16 through April 20, with April 27 as a snow date if needed.
For people with ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, depression, heart disease, arthritis, paint & anxiety, or those caring for someone with an ongoing health condition. This FREE, six-week workshop helps people become better self-managers of their health. Developed at Stanford University, this workshop is a nation-wide, evidence based program that promotes wellness by empowering people to take control of their chronic conditions through better nutrition, exercise, stress management, pain management, better sleep and much more!
4/28
Reconstruction Revisited, Discussion Series at Prosser Public Library
Discuss: "Freeman," a novel by Leonard Pitts, (2012)
"Freeman" takes place in the first few months following the Confederate surrender and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
4/30
Book Slae @ Prosser Public Library
Friends of the Bloomfield Public Libraries' Spring Book Sale


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