We're sorry, but this program is over. The last meeting was Friday, December 29, 2023.
Register for as many of the following activities that you wish to attend for one low fee—up to 15 presentations available this quarter for $15! If you wish to register for more at a later date, customer service can assist you in-person or by phone, 740-363-6677.
Please register for presentations you intend to attend. All Instructors are informed of attendance numbers prior to class. If you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible at (740) 363-6677.
Click the Enroll Now button to register for any or all of the activities listed below. For assistance with registration, call 740-363-6677. Scholarships are available at MySourcePoint.org/scholarship.
SELF-CARE FOR YOUR FEET NEW
Thursday, Oct. 5, 1—2 p.m.
Michelle Blair, Physician Assistant, from Orthopedic One, will discuss self-care tips for our feet. Let’s take a look at what we can do for our feet.
FIRE SAFETY: FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING NEW
Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2—3 p.m.
Lt. Bill Jones, Inspector/Investigator from the Delaware Fire Department will lead this training tips on fire extinguisher use. Lt. Jones is a firefighter, EMT-P, HAZ-MAT, Inspector, Instructor, Public Educator and Fire Investigator. He is currently in charge of the Delaware Risk Reduction Division and can speak about the Delaware Fire Department, the Ohio Fire Code, general fire science, fire safety, HAZ-MAT responses, EMS and fire investigations.
WE GOT YOUR BACK: UNDERSTANDING AND PREVENTING BACK PAIN NEW
Tuesday, Oct. 24, 11 a.m.--noon
Orthopedic ONE’s Ronak ‘Ron’ Desai, MD, is a fellowship-trained spine surgeon who will discuss common back pain conditions and treatment methods.
WHAT DO YOU KNOW? NEW
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1—2:30 p.m.
Remember the game Trivial Pursuit, where you could pick a topic and answer a multiple-choice question? Presenter Van Young gets everyone involved with questions and fascinating information from a variety of topics like History, Science, Entertainment, Geography, and General knowledge. Each audience member will have a chance to participate. Get a right answer and win a “delicious” prize. Fun, educational, and engaging as we all try to learn about what we don’t know.
TEACHING ART TO CHILDREN IN GHANA NEW
Thursday, Oct. 26, 1--2 p.m.
Come, hear about the unique opportunity Arts and Education Specialist, Carol Wallenfelsz had while traveling to Sunyani, Ghana this past August to teach art to street children.
SOCIAL (IN)SECURITY & MEDICARE: WILL THEY BE THERE FOR ME? NEW
Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1—2:15 p.m.
Over the next decade both the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds are predicted to become insolvent. What are the causes of this, what will this mean for benefits, and what can we do about this? Join retired Ohio Wesleyan Professor of Economics Bob Gitter for a presentation and discussion of the future of these two vital programs.
Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1—2 p.m.
As part of our tree series this quarter, Carrie Keller, Outreach Naturalist for Senior Programs at Metro Parks, will share a presentation on trees. Discover the leaves and seeds of common trees and learn about their uses.
DELAWARE POLICE DEPARTMENT: HOLIDAY SAFETY
Wednesday, Nov. 8, 11--noon.
Officer Joseph Kolp, from the Delaware Police Department, will share the latest prevention tips around the holidays on shopping, home security, leaving for vacation and more. Everyone can use a safety refresher!
RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS
Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1—2:30 p.m.
Presenter Van Young will share photos from the oldest to the most bizarre. These photos capture times and places from long ago. You will see dozens of rare photos around the world that captured that one moment in time preserved forever in a photograph. A fascinating journey through the human experience as we meet the people and places from yesteryear.
OHIOHEALTH SERIES: BRAIN HEALTH AND AGING NEW
Thursday, Nov. 9, 1—2 p.m.
Amy Weeks, Sr. Clinical Consultant, Social Worker Neuro Cognitive from OhioHealth, will present an overview of dementia and brain health topics. What steps can you take daily to stay healthy and active of mind and body?
TECHNOLOGY TALK: SAFETY
Monday, Nov. 13, 10—11:30 a.m.
Jarren Ringle provides information on technology safety. Do you wonder how your Facebook was hacked? Is that link safe? Why did Microsoft call me? Let's talk tech safety.
SPECIAL PRESENTATION: 9/11 SPEAKER, SHIRLEY BROOKS-JONES RETURNING
Thursday, Nov. 30, 3—4:15 p.m.
More than two decades after 9/11, Shirley Brooks-Jones shares the story of the "plane people" flying high above the North Atlantic on September 11, 2001. She and thousands of airline passengers from around the world were diverted to the Canadian island province of Newfoundland where, for days, they were cared for by perfect strangers who quickly became friends for life. Her unique experiences during and in the years following 9/11 are undeniable proof that despite all the horror of 9/11, the majority of people in our world are kind, caring and truly remarkable. And--a hit-Broadway musical was created to tell many of the stories of kindness and is briefly returning to Columbus. Shirley shares updates on scholarships, the play and more. Don’t miss her amazing story. See December Trips Flyer for BROADWAY IN COLUMBUS: COME FROM AWAY, the show that takes you into this remarkable, true story; trip date is Friday, Feb. 2.
SENIOR ONLINE DATING: TAMING THE WILD WILD WEB NEW
Thursday, Dec. 7, 1—2 p.m.
Join presenters Linda Manley Cipriani and Officer Joseph Kolp from the Delaware Police Department as they discuss senior online dating. Dating IS intimidating. Just like pioneers of the wild west, senior daters may benefit from a guide while navigating this virtual landscape and unpredictable terrain. Online dating can lead to meaningful relationships but requires an abundance of caution. Please join us for a discussion about choosing a reputable platform, crafting a captivating profile with pictures, and, most importantly, staying safe in this digital realm.
BEAUTIFUL COASTAL MAINE
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1—2:30 p.m.
The world is your lobster, at least in Maine. Come take a trip down the beautiful and breath-taking coastline of Maine with presenter Van Young. The journey starts in Portland and north from there. Visit some of the prettiest seaside villages and lighthouses, the rugged and majestic Arcadia National Park and the picturesque town of Bar Harbor. Get some travel tips, enjoy history, and have fun. …Where the mountains meet the sea. As the saying goes, SEA you in Maine.
HOW TO SELL ON FACEBOOK MARKETPLACE
Thursday, Dec. 28, 1--2:30 p.m.
Have you ever wondered how to get rid of your extra stuff without the hassle of holding a garage sale? Learn how to sell your items on Facebook Marketplace. Carol Wallenfelsz will lead you step-by-step through the process of listing items on Facebook, options for accepting payment, and how to safely complete a sale. Optional: feel free to bring your phone or tablet and follow along. If you choose to bring your own device, please already have an active Facebook account.
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