Life Long Learning

2015 Life Long Learning Courses at the Historic Winslow House

 Sponsored by Marshfield Council on Aging & Ventress Memorial Library, Classes are for adults of all ages

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 @ 6:30 PM
How does an Emmy winning reporter become a best-selling author of fast-paced murder mysteries? Hank will talk about her mixing the worlds of fact and fiction and talk her latest book “Truth Be Told.”
Her career spans from radio reporter to undercover investigator/advocate to murder mystery author. Hank’s thriller “The Other Woman” won the Mary Higgins Clark award.
Refreshments will be provided with a  cash wine bar will also  available.
A Q&A session and book signing will follow the talk.
Cost: $15

Winslow Wellness Days

Fridays, July 10, 17, 24 & 31(4 sessions)

from 2:00 – 4:00pm w/ various instructors.

Learn about and practice techniques of wellness with instructors teaching: Reiki, Herbs for Wellness, Yoga, Drumming on selected days; learn about how to research health and wellness topics using library resources with Chris Woods; enjoy light refreshments.

Full schedule to follow

$20 for four sessions; $10 each for individual sessions. 

The Marshfield Lifelong Learning Opportunities Program will be kicking off the SPRING/SUMMER Program on Tues., April 14, 2015 at 9:30am breakfast, and 10:00 registration until 11:30 at the Senior Center.

Classes are subject to change, so see the Spring/Summer Brochure for final details. Registration will be ongoing at the Senior Center after the kick-off. 



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