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PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS
Virtual programs are presented online through Zoom.
For any questions about adult programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org
All About Selling Online (Virtual)
Thursday, May 20, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Learn how to sell your “stuff” locally by using online sites such as Facebook Marketplace, Facebook Groups, and Letgo. Hear how to use their apps, create an account, price items, and use safe practices for selling locally. We'll also cover selling on Amazon, Etsy, and Poshmark. Bring your questions.
In the event of inclement weather or worsening pandemic conditions, registrants will be contacted to pick up kits.
Organic Vegetable Gardens (Virtual)
Thursday, May 27, 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Learn how to grow food in your backyard. This session covers the five keys for a successful vegetable garden: location, soil preparation, plan, planting choices, and good maintenance. No green thumb needed to get started.
Jim Cummings teaches the 24 movements of the Beijing Tai Chi form. Learn the fundamental movements and theory; improve balance and overall health. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and soft-soled shoes. Click here to register.
Gardening by the Sea (Virtual)
Thursday, June 3, 7:00 - 8:00 PM
A garden by the sea requires additional attention. Which plants can tolerate salt spray, sand or sandy soil, and considerable wind? Discover the many attractive cultivars of plants, including perennials, shrubs, and grasses, which can withstand the challenges of the coastal environment. Click here to register.
Books & Bagels (Virtual)
Saturday, June 12, 10 – 11 AM
by Joseph O’Neill
Abandoned when his English wife and son return to London following 9/11, Hans, a banker originally from the Netherlands, struggles to find himself until he stumbles upon the vibrant NY cricket subculture and a charismatic Gatsby-like Trinidadian.
Amy Baires is our social work intern from Stony Brook University. She can help with information, referrals, and paperwork for housing, treatment, social services, unemployment, food pantries, and more.
Are you looking for the links to resources from previous issues, or want to access the pre-September 2020 issues? Click here for our storage page (en español). This page will not be updated, so some resources are or will become obsolete.