We're sorry, but this program is over. The last meeting was Thursday, May 27, 2021.
Register for as many of the online educational classes as you wish for one, low access fee. To ensure proper planning, register at least one business day prior to the class. Class options are listed below in chronological order.
Financial assistance available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org . Refunds not applicable for technical difficulties.
WATCH AND LEARN: PEBEO REACTIVE PAINTS
Wednesday, May 5, 3 to 4 p.m.
These liquid oil based paints create astonishing color shifts and unique textured effects on many different surfaces, but are particularly effective when applied to metal, making them perfect for jewelry making. Robin Clay explains what exactly they are, how to use them and shows you the effects that can be created in this watch and learn experience. Register for the in person class, Jewelry: Pebeo Paint Pendants, on Wednesday, May 19, 2:30 to 4 p.m.!
Fridays, May 7, 14, and 21, 11 a.m. to noon
Challenge yourself to think, learn and laugh with Joan Pearse. Listen, focus, and problem solve to finish the joke, to answer the question or to sing your answer. Use your long term memory, focus to work on your short term memory. Challenge yourself. It’s fun and good for your brain!
CREATIVE WRITING: BEGINNING
Monday, May 10, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Tap into your creative side and into the power of words to share your writings, as well as to give and receive positive feedback. Writing can be cathartic, healing, a form of self expression and more. Experience responding to a variety of different kinds of writing with Joan Pearse. If you are new to the group, please bring a sampling of your writing to share in 5 minutes or less. Some writing occurs in class.
ANNUALS: TOP PERFORMING & LOW MAINTENANCE
Monday, May 10, 1 to 2:15 p.m.
Pam Bennet, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University, will share the results from her years of Cultivar trial research. Which annual varieties are the easiest to use and require the least amount of work? Everyone wants beautiful flowers to decorate the landscape, but no one wants the deadheading and other work that goes with them.
Pam is the State Master Gardener Volunteer Program Director and Horticulture Educator for OSU Extension in Clark County and is the Interim Program Director for Chadwick Arboretum. Pam presents programs locally, statewide, and nationally, and has lectured in South Korea, China, Greece, Italy, and Turkey. She is a Clark County Park District Commissioner, and a Board member of the Hartman Rock Garden and The Abilities Connection. She is the Past President of the Friends of the Ohio Governor's Residence and Heritage Garden, and a published co-author of an award-winning book, Garden pedia, An A to Z Guide to Gardening Terms. She writes a weekly gardening column for eight counties receiving the Cox Publishing brands, authored the bi monthly Ask the Expert Column for Ohio Gardening magazine and has written for gardening magazines as well as trade publications. She was recently awarded the Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association Service Award.
ARTIST TALK: VINCENT VAN GOGH
Monday, May 10, 3 to 4 p.m.
Van Gogh was one of the most brilliant yet tragic artists who ever lived. Robin Clay takes you through his life and his art in a fascinating presentation that reveals the mystery behind this extraordinary man.
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL FACTORS IN ILLNESS
Tuesday, May 11, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Retired OWU Psychology Professor, Richard Leavy, will discuss illnesses that are known to be stress related and how personality and coping styles make them more or less likely. We will touch on the enormous field of psychoneuroimmunology, the complex relationship between thought processes, nervous and endocrine systems, and immune resistance to disease.
TECHNOLOGY: TECH AND HEALTH
Thursday, May 13, 6 to 7 p.m.
Jarren Ringle, technology and professional project manager, shares information on technology and your health. Will health related tech still be important after COVID 19? Yes, and it is a fast growing tech segment that will play an ever increasing role in your health care. Time is also allotted for questions.
THINK POSITIVE: RENEWAL
Friday, May 14, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
The earth is awakened and the flowers and trees around us are, too! Are you blooming where you are planted? Enjoy the beauty of nature as you view spring photos by Joan Pearse. Let’s live each day intentionally the best that we can.
BOOK CLUB: NONFICTION DIALOGUE
Monday, May 17, noon to 1 p.m.
Read nonfiction books from the 21st century. Share insights and ponder perspectives with others. Books may be borrowed from the Delaware County District Library or downloaded. Pick up curbside at the Main or Orange branch of Delaware County District Library using your library card.
May 17: The Glass Castle: A Memoir by Walls
ART TALK: PUBLIC ART IN OHIO
Monday, May 17, 3 to 4 p.m.
From Serpent Mound to the Portsmouth floodwall murals, and everything in between, Robin Clay explains what “public art” means and takes you all around Ohio to show you the must-see masterpieces in our communities.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER: SUICIDE AWARENESS
Tuesday, May 18, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Instructor Eileen Brenner discusses signs and symptoms of suicide from the QPR Institute and LOSS: A Community of Hope. Learn about QPR: Question, Persuade and Refer. This is a difficult subject to talk about, but this evidence-based approach empowers everyone.
DOC TALK: FIBROMYALGIA
Wednesday, May 19, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Dr. Arthur Armstrong shares information on fibromyalgia. What is it? Dr. Armstrong discusses ways to treat fibromyalgia with medicines and non medicine approaches, and how to live a better life with it.
FAMOUS PHOTOS FROM HISTORY
Thursday, May 20, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Van Young, historian, will share photos from our history. Take a trip back in time as some of the world’s most famous photographs are shown, along with some educational commentary. Relive some of our country’s most famous moments and people, as we see moments in time captured forever on film. As they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words”, and nothing spurs our memories, like photos.
EMOTIONAL WELLNESS: EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Friday, May 21, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Anita Gearhart, MSW, Older Adults Program Clinician at Syntero will guide a conversation about emotional support.
Monday, May 24, 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Share your writing with others in a safe and welcoming writing community. Fellow writers share positive, constructive feedback with one another. Writing prompts are provided by Joan Pearse. Previous writing experience recommended.
INTRO TO STARGAZING
Tuesday, May 25, 1 to 2 p.m.
Tracey Coe, Alum Creek Park Ranger, will lead this beginning stargazing program. We are all familiar with our world when the sun is up and shining, but when our star sets, and the rest of the galaxy is visible, it is easy to feel a little lost. Stargazing 101 serves as a refresher on the science, the mythology, and the magic of the heavens that will get you excited to go outside and explore our tiny corner of the universe!
DELAWARE POLICE: BIKE PATROL
Wednesday, May 26, 1 to 2 p.m.
One of the most versatile tools in law enforcement is the mountain bike. Bikes can bridge the gap between automobiles and foot patrol. This allows officers to optimize community orientated policing efforts and use all their senses to detect and address crime.
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Refund: You will receive a refund for a fee-based program canceled by SourcePoint. Refunds not applicable for technical difficulties.
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