We’re kicking off the New Year
with a New Year’s Luncheon on January 4. Reserve your spot to celebrate the new year with a festive luncheon of chicken cordon bleu before the event fills.
Start your year by learning practices of mindful awareness and gentle breathing exercises to help manage stress and cultivate deeper gratitude and wellbeing in your life with our NEW Mindful Living class, Fridays starting in January 9:00-10:00 on Zoom;
This month, Julie Nowak (she/they/xe) will help us to better understand modern pronouns and how to use affirming language to create a more inclusive community;
Former Forensic Scientist, Paul Zambella, will bring us into the fascinating world of CSI with an interactive program;
Madhubani artist Anjana Bhargava will feature her unique and beautiful Indian folk art with an artist’s talk and reception Wednesday, January 25 10:30-12:00. Anjana’s art will be on exhibit at the COA January 25-May 17;
Registered dietitian Tricia Silverman will explain to us why food truly is medicine and how eating strategically may help present against many diseases and chronic illness, Tuesday, January 10, 1:00-2:00 on Zoom;
A safari guide with show us around Uganda’s Wildlife Educate Conservation Centre, with an up-close look at the center’s star attractions on Friday, January 13, 9:30-10:30 on Zoom. Let our guide know which animals you’d like to see.
Certified Alexander Technique teacher Jill Geiger will help us learn to improve posture and balance, and move with ease to relieve stiffness, pain and tension, in the 2-session workshop, Improve Posture and Relieve Pain with the Alexander Technique, Mondays, January 23 & 30, 11:00-12:00 on Zoom;
The finish the month, the museum comes to you in this engaging presentation by Jane Blair, founder of ArtMatters, an art awareness and education organization, for a look at the work of some great American watercolorists including John James Audubon, Winslow Homer, and John Singer Sargent Tuesday, January 31, 10:00- 11:00 on Zoom.
Catch new movies like Don’t Worry Darling and Top Gun” Maverick on Fridays at the COA. Check out newsletter for full schedule of Friday films.
Note that our trip into Boston to see Life of Pi, based on the best-selling novel by Yann Martel, at the A.R.T. has already filled