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Visit Chicago Spectacular - 210106

Love shopping in Chicago, or seeing the attractions and don’t want the hassle of driving and parking? Then hop on board as we travel to Chicago and enjoy a day at your leisure! We arrive near Michigan Avenue (where there is always excitement) and you are on your own for the day. Consider a visit, during your own time, to the Christkindlmarket which features a cherished German and European tradition with international flair and local charm-near Macy’s on State Street. When we board our bus at 5:30 p.m., you just sit back and relax after a fun-filled day of shopping or sightseeing! Deadline to register: November 15th (or until our 52 seats are filled)

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210106-1
Visit Chicago Spectacular
12/07/2019 -12/07/2019
8:15 am - 7:30 pm
Muni Parking Lot
$26.00/$36.00
Unavailable

Nutcracker in the Castle - 210111

This spirit-filled trip begins with a visit to Confections by Joel and Widmar’s Cheese in Theresa WI for sampling and shopping. For lunch, we’ll stop at The Red Cabin at Green Acres, featured on Wisconsin Foodie. Enjoy shopping time in welcoming Fond du Lac just in time to finish up your Christmas gift shopping! The cornerstone of this day is stopping by the 13th annual season of “Nutcracker in the Castle” at the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh where a famous story comes to life. Every year, this historic and ornate estate is stunningly decorated to bring Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker to life throughout the house. On the way home, we’ll conclude with a custard stop at Leon’s Custard (yes-there’s a Leon’s Custard in Oshkosh with a really interesting story)! Deadline to register: November 1st
(Organized by Milwaukee Food & City Tours)

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210111-1
Nutcracker in the Castle
12/14/2019 -12/14/2019
7:15 am - 6:00 pm
College Park N Ride
$105.00/$109.00
Unavailable

Sanfilippo Estate Christmas Lunch & Concert - 210115

We will begin our afternoon at the Sanfilippo Estate with an elegant seated luncheon with complimentary wine in the beautiful Carousel Pavilion. Following the luncheon, enjoy a live Organ Holiday Concert in the Sanfilippo Residence featuring Dave Wickerham on the Mighty Wurlitzer Theater Organ. Each year a surprise musical guest joins them on stage. The Sanfilippo Home will be decorated for the Holidays and you will have time to enjoy the Sanfilippo Collection and view this private home, including the dazzling 1890 Eden Palais Carousel and hear Christmas music on the Automatic Music Machines. This is a great way to start (or re-start) your Holiday Season! There will be a Toys for Tots Drive at the Estate if you would like to help a child in need, bring a toy to donate! Deadline to register: October 22nd
(Organized by Badger Bus Tour & Travel)

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210115-1
Sanfilippo Estate Christmas Lunch & Concert
12/10/2019 -12/10/2019
10:00 am - 6:30 pm
College Park N Ride
$174.00/$179.00
Unavailable

Holiday Stocking Stuffer Outing - 210177

Get on the bus and get your holiday stocking ready to be stuffed with items you will receive along the way! Our first stop of the day will be at Milaeger’s. Tour their greenhouses with some time to shop and explore their home and garden accessories, to their live garden plants. You will also receive a special holiday plant for your stocking! Next, we make our way to Larsen’s Bakery…home of Racine’s Original Kringle. In this long-running, family operated bakeshop you will learn about Danish holiday traditions and receive a small Kringle to take home in your stocking! Next stop is lunch at the House of Gerhard’s. All entrées include homemade German hardrolls, sweet muffins, chicken spaetzle soup, schaum torte, and coffee, tea or milk. Your entrée choices (please indicate at time of registration) include Bavarian Pot Roast- tender sliced beef topped with brown gravy and served with red cabbage and mashed potato; Roasted Chicken Breast- boneless chicken breast and herb stuffing served with vegetable and mashed potato; or Roulade-sliced beef roll-up with stoneground mustard, onions, bacon and pickle, topped with brown gravy and served with red cabbage and mashed potato. Enjoy a talk, while dining on your wonderful meal, about German Holiday Traditions, and receive something special for your stocking! After filling our bellies, we will stop at Tenuta’s Italian Deli. They are known as the finest Italian Deli this side of Italy and are packed with authentic quality Italian products. They have everything from domestic Italian foods, liqueurs, and kitchen tools. We will get something special for your stocking. Your final stop of the day will be at KP Toffee. KP would make toffee during the holidays and give it to her friends and family members. People received her toffee and would say “this is the best toffee, you should sell it”. And lucky for you, she has just done that! Receive a sweet treat for your stocking here as well! After a fun-filled day, we will return home with our stockings stuffed! Deadline to register: October 4th
(Organized by Badger Bus Tour & Travel)

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210177-1
Holiday Stocking Stuffer Outing
11/13/2019 -11/13/2019
8:00 am - 5:15 pm
College Park N Ride
$104.00/$109.00
Unavailable

AHA CPR & AED Full Training - 210502

This American Heart Association CPR course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals, along with the lay person, the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Instruction will include adult, child and infant CPR, relief of choking in an adult, child or infant, and adult and child AED use. Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment by using the AHA’s research-proven practicewhile- watching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible. Note: Full Certification requires attendance at both dates for certification.
The AHA strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210502-1
AHA CPR & AED Full Training
10/30/2019 -11/06/2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Greendale Fire Dept
$55.00/$65.00
Unavailable
210502-2
AHA CPR & AED Full Training
09/10/2019 -09/17/2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Greendale Fire Dept
$55.00/$65.00
Unavailable

AHA CPR & AED ReCert - 210503

This American Heart Association CPR course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals, along with the lay person, the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Instruction will include adult, child and infant CPR, relief of choking in an adult, child or infant, and adult and child AED use. Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment by using the AHA’s research-proven practicewhile- watching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible. Note: Full Certification requires attendance at both dates for certification.
The AHA strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in BLS and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210503-1
AHA CPR & AED ReCert
10/15/2019 -10/15/2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Greendale Fire Dept
$27.50/$37.50
Unavailable

AHA Basic Life Support - 210508

This course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Learn the critical concepts of high-quality CPR plus the American Heart Association Chain of Survival. Skills covered are for adults, children and infants and include: 1 rescuer and two rescuer CPR, bag-mask, rescue breaking and choking. Program fee includes textbook, pocket mask, supplies and certification card (valid 2 years).

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210508-1
AHA Basic Life Support
09/24/2019 -09/24/2019
6:00 pm -10:00 pm
Greenfield City Hall
$60.00/$70.00
Unavailable
210508-2
AHA Basic Life Support
12/10/2019 -12/10/2019
6:00 pm -10:00 pm
Greenfield City Hall
$60.00/$70.00
Unavailable

AARP Smart Driver - 210510

Done in a day…four hours of classroom instruction with NEW and UPDATED material. The course enables drivers to refresh their knowledge of driving skills and understand how to adjust to age related challenges. Produced by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the Smart Driver program teaches preventive measures that save lives. Some insurance companies offer discounts for completion of class—check with your insurance agent for details. We believe strongly in the individual and community benefits that come from this course. Participants MUST pre-register for this class at the Park and Recreation Department. This is an AARP sponsored classroom program.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210510-1
AARP Smart Driver
10/29/2019 -10/29/2019
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Greenfield CC
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

ARC Adult & Pediatric FA/CPR/AED - 210514

This course will prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of first aid, breathing, and cardiac emergencies involving adults, children and infants, and meets OSHA/workplace requirements. This is a “blended learning” course including an online portion and an instructor-led classroom skill session. The online portion must be completed prior to attending the in-class portion and must be taken on a PC or tablet with a high speed Internet connection. Allow approximately 2 hours 30 minutes to complete the online portion. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a digital certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years. Students must bring proof of completion of online program in order to attend the hands-on session. Email must be provided at registration as link to online portion will be sent.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210514-1
ARC Adult & Pediatric FA/CPR/AED
10/22/2019 -10/22/2019
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Greenfield City Hall
$75.00/$95.00
Unavailable

Reader's Circle Series - 210576

Join this group of “Book Discussion” aficionados for an informal discussion revolving around these current titles…

Dates/Facilitators:

October 9: The Banker’s Wife by C. Alger (H. Endicott)

November 13: The Keeper of Lost Things by R. Hogan (M. Mullarkey)

December 11: A Christmas Memory by T. Capote (S. Lemke)

January 8: The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schawlow (N. Massey)

Registrants must obtain and read the books prior to the program meeting.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210576-1
Reader's Circle Series
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Community Learning C
$10.00/$10.00
Unavailable

Books & Tea with Jane Austen - 210578

Celebrate 200 years of Northanger Abbey!
Treat yourself to cozy cups of tea and scones while you indulge in delightful discussion of Jane Austen’s gothic satire, Northanger Abbey. In this fun and conversational book club, you will share in Austen’s life and times as well as in the background of her novel. Reader-friendly supporting resources and whimsical accompanying activities will open our literary afternoon. We will then relax with a viewing of the BBC film adaptation starring Felicity Jones (complete with intermission of tea and scones). At the film’s conclusion, participants will enjoy discussion of this charming novel. This discussion is good for New AND Continuing participants. Registrants must obtain and read the novel Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen prior to the meeting date. Novels should be brought to the event for reference during discussion. Note any food allergies at time of registration as program will include tea and scones. There will be follow up Winter/Spring and Summer Jane Austen book discussions – it isn’t necessary to participate in this fall session to participate in the upcoming series….watch for them, each featuring a different novel by Jane Austen, in the respective seasonal brochures.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210578-1
Books & Tea with Jane Austen
11/09/2019 -11/09/2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$16.00/$26.00
Unavailable

Aging in Place - 210590

It’s hard to ask for help, admitting you need a little help is a sign of strength, not weakness! From aging in place, to downsizing, it can feel overwhelming. These workshops are designed to provide resources and information on staying independent and “aging in place” while knowing how/where to seek some assistance. Plan to attend one, two or all of these workshops presented by “Love Thy Neighbor Foundation”, with qualified and experienced community businesses and resources. Get empowered and find out how to help your aging loved ones stay in their own home. Maybe you need the empowerment yourself! Let us bring the experts to you and start answering the questions many of us evidently have!

“Vision and Hearing” Session I Thursday, September 19
Learn about problems and solutions with these areas of personal
health.

“Medicare 2020” Session II Thursday, October 17
Discussion on New Coverage and Plans.

“Arthritis” Session III Thursday, November 21
Looking at Medications and Treatment-Then & Now!

“Scams, Scams & More Scams” Session IV Thursday, December 19
Be Aware!!!!

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210590-1
Vision & Hearing
09/19/2019 -09/19/2019
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Wilson Park
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
210590-2
Medicare 2020
10/17/2019 -10/17/2019
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Wilson Park
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
210590-3
Arthritis
11/21/2019 -11/21/2019
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Wilson Park
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
210590-4
Scams
12/19/2019 -12/19/2019
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Wilson Park
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

Jesus...The Gap Years - 210603

Come and explore the historical Jesus – the human figure before he became a religious teacher. What was it like to be a Jewish man speaking Aramaic in the 1st century? Who influenced him? What made him a leader? This in-depth series of classes will give you a new perspective on the history and man that Jesus was before he started his ministry. Same material presented in each session.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210603-1
Jesus...The Gap Years
10:00 am -11:00 am
Greendale Community Church
$22.50/$22.50
Unavailable
210603-2
Jesus...The Gap Years
10/07/2019 -11/11/2019
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Greendale Community Church
$22.50/$22.50
Unavailable

CBD101 - 210610

Can CBD Make My Life Better? What is CBD? Why are major medical institutions conducting CBD research? What are some of the claims of what CBD is capable of and not capable of doing. Bring your questions and your stories.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210610-1
CBD101
10/16/2019 -10/16/2019
9:00 am -10:00 am
Greendale Hose Tower
$7.00/$7.00
Unavailable
210610-2
CBD101
10/17/2019 -10/17/2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$7.00/$7.00
Unavailable

Planning for Retirement - 210908

While many pre-retirees plan and calculate their financial resources to ensure an adequate nest egg to fund their retirement, almost none invest time and energy planning the non-financial aspects. This 2-part interactive seminar, for those contemplating retirement, examines eight key elements that ensure that your retirement decision is not only financially viable, but emotionally and personally satisfying as well. Explore such questions a “How will I spend my time when I am no longer working fulltime?” “How will my family and social relationships change?” “What is my attitude toward the transition to retirement?” “How do I find meaning and purpose in this new stage of life?” It’s not too early to begin this next planning phase in your life!

With a paid registration, a spouse may register, at the same time, for $5.00. Please call the office if there will be the additional registrant.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210908-1
Planning for Retirement
10/15/2019 -10/22/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$12.50/$17.50
Unavailable

Preparing for Your First Job - 210916

This workshop covers tips and techniques that young people will need to use when finding their first job. Discussion includes how to look for and apply to jobs, what makes a good resume, and basic interview skills. This class is free; however, pre-registration required. Class size is limited, so register early

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210916-1
Preparing for Your First Job
09/23/2019 -09/23/2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Community Learning C
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

LinkedIn - 210917

Help maximize the use and visibility of your LinkedIn profile and how companies and recruiters utilize LinkedIn Recruiter. This class is free; however, pre-registration required. Class size is limited, so register early.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210917-1
LinkedIn
09/24/2019 -09/24/2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Community Learning C
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

Maximize Your Job Search - 210918

Presentation will provide an overview of the strategies you need to optimize your online job search. The discussion includes tips for making sure your resume is the best it can be to help you get through the Applicant Tracking System and Online Applications. This class is free; however, pre-registration required. Class size is limited, so register early.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210918-1
Maximize Your Job Search
10/28/2019 -10/28/2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Community Learning C
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

Interviewing Skills - 210919

This workshop provides information on how to prepare for your job interview. Discussion will include types of questions asked and an opportunity to practice answering some of the most commonly asked questions. This class is free; however, pre-registration required. Class size is limited, so register early.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
210919-1
Interviewing Skills
11/18/2019 -11/18/2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Community Learning C
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

Demo Cooking-Waffles - 211001

Waffles are traditionally a breakfast food with the characteristic honeycomb pattern that can be served in any number of different ways. We are going to deviate from tradition a bit and take them from breakfast through dinner. You’ll enjoy these creative offerings…Cheddar and Bacon Waffles with Rosemary infused Maple Syrup; Fried Chicken and Cornbread Waffles; and Cake Batter Waffle with Violet Dipping Glaze.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211001-1
Demo Cooking-Waffles
09/17/2019 -09/17/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$23.00/$33.00
Unavailable

Demo Cooking-German - 211002

During the middle and late 19th century, Wisconsin and the Milwaukee area became the final destination of many German immigrants fleeing the Revolution of 1848. In Wisconsin they found the inexpensive land and the freedoms they sought. The German heritage and influence in the Milwaukee area is widespread and none is more prominent than the German culinary influence at places like Mader’s, Karl Ratzsch, Usinger’s™, and others. Tonight, Staci will prepare a terrific menu with this German heritage in mind. You can sample all of these foods and take home the recipes to prepare for your family… Spinach Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing; Jaeger-Style Pork Schnitzel with German Potato Dumplings; and Versunken Apfelkuchen (German Apple Cake).

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211002-1
Demo Cooking-German
10/29/2019 -10/29/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$23.00/$33.00
Unavailable

Demo Cooking-Mexican - 211003

Mexican and Tex-Mex food continues to be the most popular cuisines in America. Tonight, Staci will show you how to make some of your restaurant favorites at home. If you don’t like Mexican food, well, Staci’s got some questions for you! Join Staci while you sample…Chicken Flautas with Avocado Cream; Restaurant-style Mexican Rice; Jalapeno-scented Re-fried Beans; and Mandarin Orange Cake with Semi-homemade Cinnamon Ice Cream.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211003-1
Demo Cooking-Mexican
11/12/2019 -11/12/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$23.00/$33.00
Unavailable

Demo Cooking-Artsy Apps - 211004

With the holidays fast approaching you’ll be entertaining and in need of new ideas and inspiration. Staci will show you some quick and easy appetizer recipes that only look hard to prepare. You will receive tons of information on creating a festive holiday gathering without all of the normal stress. Lots of recipes included, because, after all, you can never have enough appetizer recipes in your repertoire. Enjoy sampling…Seafood Fortune Cookies with Thai Sweet n Sour Sauce; Pork Sausage Sliders on Pretzel Bites with Bacon Jam; Portobello Mushroom “Fries” with Creamy Basil-Balsamic Dipping Sauce; and Cucumber Cups with Salmon Mousse.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211004-1
Demo Cooking-Artsy Apps
12/17/2019 -12/17/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$23.00/$33.00
Unavailable

Cooking Under Pressure - 211006

Is your schedule busy? Is your time limited? Is there pressure to get meals on the table? Many people love the idea of cooking quickly which is why they turn to pressure cookers, to help them get meals on the table fast. The truth of the matter is that pressure cookers have gained a reputation through the years, but with the new electric pressure cookers, opinions are changing. Come join this introductory pressure cooking class where you will learn some general tips of use, as well as receive some inspiration for recipes that you will even be able to sample. Come alone, with a friend or a spouse (each person must be registered though) to learn how to have fun while cooking with pressure, relieving the pressure that you use to cook under in the kitchen. Please bring your personal pressure cooker along with you to the class for a “hands-on” experience. If you do not yet own a pressure cooker, please make that known at the time of registration so accommodations can be made.
Coming in January is a “Soups, Stews & Chili” pressure cooking class – registrants attending that class must have experience with using one and/ or taken this introductory class!

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211006-1
Cooking Under Pressure
10/09/2019 -10/09/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$36.00/$41.00
Unavailable

Wok It Out - 211007

The wok was traditionally a pan that originated from China. It was meant to be a versatile pan, but then it gained the reputation of being the stir fry pan. The reality is that there are endless possibilities of delicious dishes that you can make in its depth. Come to this “hands-on” class to “wok” through the tastes of several scrumptious meals that you can make as you work to spice up the foods that you cook in your wok. There will be woks available for use but bring your own, if you have, to become more comfortable in using it for preparation of dinners. Bring some storage containers to take home samples of the dishes that are made in class.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211007-1
Wok It Out
09/25/2019 -09/25/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$35.00/$45.00
Unavailable

Meal Planning Made Simple - 211010

Meal planning is asking the “what’s for dinner” question only once a week, instead of every night and then shopping for and prepping ingredients in advance. Poor diet has been identified as a major cause of health problems in the U.S. The time you spend up-front pays off throughout the week and gets you to eat healthier. Learn meal planning strategies and tips that will save you time, money and reduce stress.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211010-1
Meal Planning Made Simple
10/24/2019 -10/24/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale High Schoo
$7.00/$11.00
Unavailable

Let's Make Chocolate - 211022

Quality chocolate tastes wonderful! Learn to make some tasty treats. Chocolate makes a great gift. Julie has learned it can make you very popular! And some chocolate is actually healthy. Find out about that. This class will explore which chocolate is quality, what chocolate likes and doesn’t like when preparing it and how to store it. There will be chocolate samples to try and chocolate to make. Leave with 6 chocolate truffles and 6 chocolate turtles. Recipes will be provided

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211022-1
Let's Make Chocolate
10/15/2019 -10/15/2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Greendale Middle Sch
$31.00/$41.00
Unavailable

Senior Living Communities Explained - 211422

Each of these panel discussions/lectures on “Senior Living” will provide information meant to help you make informed decisions in the complex world of senior living. Being informed when you, or you have a family member in need, is the first step towards dignified aging.

Keeping Seniors Safe from Scammers
A round table discussion on ways to be Careful, Cautious, and Confident when confronted with scams preying upon our seniors.
Date: Thursday, September 26

Having the “Assisted Living Talk” With Your Loved One
The InSight team will discuss the best ways to communicate concerns and discuss the possible need for assisted living with an aging loved-one.
Date: Thursday, October 10

Downsizing Checklist for Caregivers
This presentation focuses on the best downsizing strategies and tips for families helping an aging loved-one during a time of transition.
Date: Tuesday, October 22

How Does HIPAA Affect You in Assisted Living?
Rules meant to safeguard your privacy within a senior living community also affect what information can be shared with members of your family. Learn how HIPAA affects you in assisted living.
Date: Thursday, November 7

Understanding the Difference Between Palliative and Hospice Care
Learn about the differences between palliative and hospice care, and how these services can improve your overall quality of life.
Date: Thursday, November 21

Navigating the Holiday Season with a Loved-one That Has Dementia
Providing care for a loved-one with dementia during the holidays can present unexpected challenges. Learn strategies to manage care during the holiday season.
Date: Thursday, December 5

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
211422-1
Keeping Seniors Safe From Scams
09/26/2019 -09/26/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
211422-2
Assisted Living Talk
10/10/2019 -10/10/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
211422-3
Downsizing
10/22/2019 -10/22/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
211422-4
HIPAA
11/07/2019 -11/07/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
211422-5
Palliative vs. Hospice
11/21/2019 -11/21/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable
211422-6
Holidays & Dementia
12/05/2019 -12/05/2019
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Greendale Hose Tower
$0.00/$0.00
Unavailable

Crime Fiction Book Discussion - 230507

This congenial group, active since 1992, features lively discussions of interesting books selected by the member consensus. All books include some element of crime, but emphasis tends to be more on character and plot than “gory details.” Participants are expected to have read the book prior to the meeting and to join in the discussion. The group meets monthly, September-May, but not in December.

September 19, 2019
Angie Kim
Miracle Creek
A twisty legal/medical thriller that shows how far parents will go for their children. It begins with an explosion at a treatment facility in rural Virginia, owned and operated by Korean immigrants, which kills an 8-year-old patient and the mother of another child patient. The novel unfolds over four days of trial testimony with an unexpected conclusion.
Facilitator: Michele Levandoski

October 17, 2019
Anne Perry
Dark Tide Rising
Set in Victorian England: When a ransom exchange turns deadly, Police Commander William Monk faces an unthinkable possibility: betrayal by his own men. Monk must choose between his own safety and the chance to solve the mystery. The book raises issues of trust and loyalty while driving home a grim message about the vulnerability of women who entrust their fortunes to unscrupulous men.
Facilitator: Tom Cubinski

November 21, 2019
Nicholas Petrie
The Drifter
Set in Milwaukee by a local author; first of a series featuring Peter Ash, a veteran who finds that the demons of war aren’t easily left behind. Helping the widow of a friend, Peter agrees to fix her front porch and finds more than he bargained for: The largest, ugliest, meanest dog he’s ever encountered and a suitcase stuffed with cash and explosives. As Ash begins to investigate his discovery, he becomes enmeshed in a plot far larger and more sinister than he imagined.
Facilitator: Alice Haley

The group does not meet in December or in the summer. Dates for Winter/Spring are listed below and the books and facilitators will be announced in the Park and Recreation Winter/Spring brochure. Registration in the Fall program covers participation in the Winter/Spring series as well…no need to re-register upon receipt of the Winter/Spring brochure. 2020 Dates: January 16th, February 20th, March 19th, April 16th, and May 21st.

  Activity Description Dates Times Locations Price Res/NR   Status
230507-1
Crime Fiction Book Discussion
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
Community Learning C
$10.00/$10.00
Unavailable

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