Meaningful Engagement During COVID
Monday, January 25 at 6:30 pm
People depend on one another to flourish, regardless of their age, but the importance of meaningful engagement for seniors cannot be overemphasized. In this unprecedented time of concern that stems from a global health crisis, the need (and, in many cases, the mandate) to self-isolate and practice strict social distancing has taken a major toll on mental health for people in every category of age, gender, social status and geography. Let’s take a look at ways we can develop meaningful engagement during COVID 19 by: Identifying Triggers for Loneliness in Seniors, Helping Seniors Stay Connected, and The Role of Technology in Supporting Lonely Seniors.
This program will be presented by Liz Cornish of New Season In Life and will take place over Zoom. Register by email: email@example.com.
Are you having trouble with your computer, tablet, smartphone? Is there something in Microsoft Word that you need sorted out? Is getting an ebook causing frustration? We’re still here to assist you with your technology problems! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make an appointment to help you by phone.
2021 Winter Reading Program Book Bingo
Monday, January 11 - Thursday, March 31
Children birth through 6th grade, register to receive your BINGO playing card & winter stamp (while supplies last). Visit or call 860-257-2801 to register.
Each time you read, or have a book read to you, stamp the corresponding BINGO square. Then write the title and author on the lines provided on the back of the BINGO card. Each square represents a separate book, you cannot use the same book to fill in more than one square. Please read books on your reading level.
Complete your first BINGO and receive a book of your choice! Fill your board and receive a second book and a special prize! Prizes will be handed out through Saturday, April 10th or while supplies last.