Brain Games for Seniors
Register for 4 Week Program
Thursdays, October 23, 30, November 6, 13, 11:00 a.m. – Noon
Stimulating brain exercises, puzzles, riddles, games, simple math and more to promote memory, better concentration, new ways to reason and other cognitive skills. Correct answers are not important….having fun, doing the activity and interacting as a group is what is important. This is a pilot program with limited space for 12 participants. Contact the Library 363-2818 for further information or to sign up for the four week program. Please bring paper and pencil to class.
The 2014 General Elections: Do They Matter?
Tuesday, October 28, 7:00 p.m.
In a relaxed and informal session, Dr. Alan R. Gitelson will review the 2014 congressional and gubernatorial elections nationwide and in Maine. What is in store for the nation and for Mainers? What elections should we watch closely? What is the future impact of the elections on national and state outcomes? Does 2014 predict or tell us anything about the 2016 presidential race? Time will be given for an exchange of the ideas and perspectives of those attending. This may be one of the more important elections to take place in the nation and in Maine both in terms of national and global politics.
College Planning Seminar
Wednesday, October 29, 7:00 p.m.
This seminar will address ways to avoid spending any more money than is necessary when paying for college. Speakers; Joshua Bartlett, Certified College Planning Specialist, Tanya Ouellette, CPA, will speak about proper tax-planning during college years; Josef Winkler, attorney, will address the importance of Powers of Attorney for college students and their families; and Greg MacDougal, College Admissions Counselor, will discuss the positioning of student applicants.