January

PROGRAM AND HIGHLIGHTS

ALL PROGRAMS AND GROUPS MEET VIRTUALLY ON ZOOM

EVERGREEN FORUM SPRING 2021

All Courses are virtual using Zoom. Registration opens on Tuesday, January 5 at 9:30 a.m.
Second (or more) course registration opens on Tuesday, January 19
Classes begin the week of February 22

Registration is online and is first come, first served

Evergreen Forum corporate sponsors for spring 2021: Capital Health, Homewatch CareGivers, NightingaleNJ Eldercare Navigators, Penn Medicine Princeton Health & Home Health, and Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law

COURSE LIST HERE


GALLERY TALKS ONLINE

Thursdays beginning January 7 through February 11
11:00 a.m.–noon

Gallery Talks returns for another round of exceptional art lectures. Join the Princeton University Art Museum’s talented docents for weekly seminars designed for those interested in exploring the richness and complexities of the art world.

This six-session course is a collaborative effort between the Princeton University Art Museum and PSRC. Fee: $75 for six session series

January 7 — Highlights of the Princeton University Art Museum Collections: Denise McDaniel
January 14 — European Highlights of the Princeton University Art Museum Collections: Connie Shaffer
January 21 — States of Health: Visualizing Illness and Healing: Jeanne Johnson
January 28 — Prints from the Princeton University Art Museum Collections: Judy Langille
February 4 — Transition to Modern Art: Adria Sherman
February 11 — Watercolors and Pastels from the Princeton University Art Museum Collections: Brian Langille

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PSRC SPRING FUNDRAISING SERIES

THE SCIENCE, THE SWEETS, AND THE SAVORIES OF FOODS YOU LOVE
PSRC is proud to bring three events for your inner foodie. As winter approaches this is an opportunity to feed your soul and support PSRC programs and services at the same time.

January 12, February 4, and March 14
$50 donation for the three-part series, $20 donation for each session.
Includes a small assortment of chocolate.

 

Tuesday, January 12 at noon — Scott Anderson, executive chef and co-owner of Elements and Mistral; The Science of Food
Join us as Scott Anderson explores the science of food. James Beard Foundation Semi-Finalist Best Mid-Atlantic Chef in 2014 and 2013, Scott is known as a vanguard of modern global-American cuisine, chef and co-owner of Mistral and Elements in Princeton, he places a superlative focus on fresh and local ingredients, utilizing modern techniques.

Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 p.m. — Robinson’s Chocolates; Chocolate making demonstration and tasting
Join Pattie Robinson and her father Jim Robinson, founder of Robinson’s Fine Candies in Skillman, established in 1978, to learn the art of chocolate making in time for Valentine’s Day and to learn more about the history of this community chocolatier. Includes a small assortment of chocolate for pick up at PSRC.

Sunday, March 14 at 1:00 p.m. — Chef Adeena Sussman, author of Sababa; Cooking demonstration from Israel
Adeena Sussman, The New York Times Best Selling Cookbook Author, will join us from her kitchen in Tel Aviv. She will be sharing recipes from her recent Israeli Cookbook, Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors from My Israeli Kitchen to help us welcome spring.

*EXTRA SWEET OFFERING* — Screening of Chocolat Wednesday, February 17 at 1:00 p.m.
Oscar Nominated Film starring Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp, Lena Olin, and Judi Dench. Complimentary for all!

REGISTER HERE


NEW SERIES: THIS OLD HOUSE

Wednesdays, beginning January 13 through February 10, 1:00 p.m.

Come with us as PSRC explores five notable American homes. Ranging from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, and including houses significant for architectural, literary, historic, and other reasons, this series will bring participants into homes that have shaped the way Americans think about their lives and their country.
This Old House Series is sponsored by Artis Senior Living

Fee: $45 for series, $10 per session

January 13 — House of Seven Gables
A 1668 colonial mansion in Salem, Massachusetts, made famous by American author Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel The House of the Seven Gables (1851).

January 20 — Winterthur
The former country home of Henry Francis du Pont (1880–1969) houses the world’s premier collection of Euro-American decorative arts of the pre-Civil War period.

January 27 — Paul Revere House
The colonial home of American patriot Paul Revere during the time of the American Revolution, built c. 1680.

February 3 — Falling Water
A private home designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 which is known as the best all-time work of American architecture.

February 10 — Mount Vernon
Former Virginia plantation of George Washington, the first President of the United States and his wife, Martha Washington.

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FIRST FRIDAY FILM — “INCITEMENT”

Friday, January 8 at 1:00 p.m.

A young university student goes from activist to assassin in the year leading up to the murder of Israel’s Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin. The film focuses on the forces that act upon the assassin, including religious and political provocations and personal turmoil. Starring: Yehuda Nahari Halevi, Amitay Yaish Ben Ousilio, Anat Ravnitzki

Running time: 2 hours, 3 minutes
Genre: Thriller
Language: Hebrew with English subtitles

Registration required, no fee.

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FYI SEMINAR — “IS QUARANTINE A PAIN IN YOUR NECK? ERGONOMIC AND POSTURAL MANAGEMENT CAN HELP!”

Friday, January 15 at 11:45 a.m.

Many of us are sitting more and exercising less these days. Our bodies need to move in order to prevent stiffness and pain due to inactivity. Ruth Kaplan of Progression Physical Therapy will offer specific and appropriate exercises that can relieve your neck or back pain. Ruth holds a doctorate in physical therapy and owns Progression Physical Therapy of Princeton. She is an expert in the field of ergonomics and postural correction techniques.

Registration required, no fee.

Sponsors: McCaffrey’s Food Markets, Silver Century Foundation, and Novi Wealth Partners

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FYI SEMINAR — “A LOOK AT SENIOR HOUSING”

Friday, January 22 at 11:45 a.m.

What are the differences between independent living and assisted living? Join us for a review of the costs and services offered at these types of “retirement living” communities. Hilary Murray has twenty years experience in the field of senior living. Deanna Mellon is the director of community relations at Brandywine Living Serenade at Princeton.

Registration required, no fee.

Sponsors: McCaffrey’s Food Markets, Silver Century Foundation, and Novi Wealth Partners

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TED TALKS

Every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

First we watch a TED Talk, then we discuss it. Discussions are facilitated by Helen Burton. All are welcome. This month’s topics:
January 5 — Dean Ornish: Healing through diet
January 12 — Amishi Jha: How to tame your wandering mind
January 19 — Suzanne Simard: How trees talk to each other
January 26 — Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi: An interview with the founders of Black Lives Matter

Sponsors: Capital Health and Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law

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LIBRARY READS

Monday, January 4 at 1:00 p.m. via Zoom

Calling all readers — Princeton Public Library staff will showcase some great recent and notable book titles to add to your to-be-read list. You can also ask for personalized book recommendations.

Presented by Princeton Public Librarians

Registration required, no fee.

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PARLONS D’ART

Wednesdays, beginning January 13 to February 17, 11:00 a.m.
Fee: $70 for six session series

Students will practice and improve their French-speaking language skills through theme-based paintings, including representations of dancers, still life, portraits or landscapes. The artwork will serve as vehicles to enrich vocabulary and conversation. Prior to each class, the instructor will forward to the participants images of the paintings.
Instructor: Brigitte Aflalo-Calderon

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CHESS + WORKSHOP

Tuesdays, beginning January 12 to February 16, 1:00 p.m.
Fee: $35 for six session series

A novel program that combines chess instruction with positive psychology to encourage social engagement, mental exercising, and happy living.
Instructor: Larry Li

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ELDER JUSTICE: A CALL TO ACTION

OIFP MEDICAID FRAUD CONTROL UNIT’S ELDER PROTECTION TASK FORCE
Tuesday, January 19 at 3:00 p.m.

The Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) receives federal funding to investigate and prosecute Medicaid fraud in New Jersey, including the physical or financial abuse of elderly or incapacitated adults who receive Medicaid benefits or who reside in facilities that receive Medicaid benefits.

Historically, MFCU actions centered on financial exploitation cases, but in 2017, as reports of caregiver assaults on the elderly rose nationwide, the office turned greater attention to the physical abuse of elderly or incapacitated patients. Last year, the MFCU enhanced its efforts to address the problem of elder abuse in New Jersey by establishing a state-wide “Elder Protection Task Force.” Under the auspices of the MFCU, this multi-agency group meets quarterly to share information about elder abuse, coordinate responses to reports of elder abuse incidents in the state, collaborate on investigations, and raise public awareness of the problem.

Registration required, no fee.

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SOUP’S ON!

Thursday, January 21 at 12:30 p.m.

In January 1986, Campbell’s Soup started National Soup Month. Why don’t we celebrate by having a virtual lunch together? Join Sharon Hurley on Zoom, with your favorite soup — homemade or otherwise — for a hearty conversation and perhaps even share recipes!
Sharon Hurley, PSRC Director of Social Services & Volunteer Coordinator

Registration required, no fee.

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WOMEN & MEN IN RETIREMENT — “NEW JERSEY’S CHANGING CLIMATE”

Friday, January 15 at 10:00 a.m.

The Men and Women in Retirement are joining together for their January presentation. Within the past decade, New Jersey has experienced its wettest and warmest years in over a century of observations. Human influences on climate are significant, prompting discussion as to how society might mitigate or develop greater resiliency to increasing climate change. This presentation will explore the physical dimensions of the issue, both short and long term.

Presenter: David Robinson, distinguished professor of geography at Rutgers University and, for the past twenty-nine years, New Jersey’s state climatologist.
All are welcome.

Registration required, no fee.

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TRANSITION TO RETIREMENT

Friday, January 15 at 3:00 p.m.

This group addresses the many kinds of issues that can arise during the transition to retirement. The group is facilitated by Dave Roussell, MSEd, MSW, LSW, PSRC care coordinator and HomeFriends coordinator.

 

REGISTER HERE


AARP TAX ASSISTANCE

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the in-person AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program will not be offered this tax season at any site in Mercer County. However, AARP is offering an alternative this year called the AARP Alternative Tax Preparation program (ATP).

This program provides direct taxpayer access to free online tax software for this year’s taxes as well as video and/or phone assistance with a certified AARP tax assister. Rather than doing the tax return for the taxpayer, the certified AARP tax assister helps the taxpayer prepare his/her own online return.

Starting early February 2021, you can get more information about the Alternative Tax Preparation program at www.aarpfoundation.org/taxaide.


DEEP RELAXATION WITH YOGA NIDRA — Winter Quarter

Wednesdays, January 6 through March 31, 10:00 a.m.
Fee: $75 per quarter

If you’re looking for an alternate path to peacefulness, this program is for you. Deep Relaxation is a restorative yoga practice that provides an intensive sense of rest and relaxation than meditation alone. Your brain will effortlessly transition into a state of serenity which increases tranquility, focus, improved sleep, and much more.

Instructor: Joy Cline-Okoye

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GENTLE YOGA + NIDRA — Winter Quarter

Mondays at 10:00 a.m., January 4 through March 29
Fee: $75 per quarter

This expansive workshop encompasses yoga postures, yogic breathing, an explanation of the science of yoga sound which creates profound deep relaxation, and some meditation. In this gentle, flowing, and playful class, we tone and strengthen the body as well as the mind. It is suitable for new students and season practitioners. Participants will need a yoga mat and/or clear floor space, water bottle, and comfortable clothes.
Instructor: Joy Cline-Okoye

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MINDFUL CHAIR YOGA & MEDITATION — Winter Quarter

Thursdays at 10:00 a.m., January 7 though March 25
Fee: $75 per quarter

Chair yoga is a gentle, versatile form of yoga utilizing a chair that is adaptable for all skill levels and abilities. Important note: please do not use a rolling chair or a chair with arm rests.
Instructor: Lyn Lilavati Sirota

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MEMOIR WRITING WITH JENNIFER — Winter Quarter

Thursdays at 1:00 p.m., January 7 through March 25
Fee: $75 per quarter
Registration will open on December 30

We will engage in writing exercises, discuss the craft of writing, and share examples from several published memoirs to inspire you. Class is full. To add your name to the waitlist, please go to https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/memoir-writing-with-jennifer-waitlist/ to register your interest.
Instructor: Jennifer Altmann

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PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS

Mondays at 2:00 p.m.

Join master art instructor Christina Rang on Zoom for a painting class designed specifically for beginners. You’ll learn the basics of layout, color, design, and more!
Instructor: Christina Rang

Class is full. If you are interested in putting your name on the waitlist, please go to https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/virtual-painting-for-beginnerswaitlist/ to register your interest.


PAINTING AND SELF EXPRESSION ONLINE

Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m.

This class will emphasize the components of the creative painting technique. Thought will be given to composition, subject matter, shape, light, movement, and structure. Join master instructor Christina Rang as she encourages you to explore your creative choices and personal expression.
Instructor: Christina Rang

Class is full. If you are interested in putting your name on the waitlist, please go to https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/virtual-painting-self-expression-waitlist/ to register your interest.


February

PROGRAM AND HIGHLIGHTS

ALL PROGRAMS AND GROUPS MEET VIRTUALLY ON ZOOM

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Perspectives on Church and Race

PSRC invites you to join us as we commemorate Black History Month in February. We hope that you join us for these and other planned programs as we celebrate together.

Friday, February 12 at 1:00 p.m. — Join us as we sit down with Sushama Austin-Connor, the founding director of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary.

Friday, February 19 at 1:00 p.m. — Join us as we sit down with Kermit Moss, Interim Director, Center for Black Church Studies, Princeton Theological Seminary, and discuss the historical, emotional, and educational role the church has played within the Black community.

Wednesday, February 24 at 10:00 a.m. — TBD

Registration required, no fee.

PHOTO: Facade of 16th Street Baptist Church, Bombed in 1963, Birmingham, Alabama. Photographer: Adam Jones from Kelowna, BC, Canada.

 

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EVERGREEN FORUM SPRING 2021

Classes begin the week of February 22

 

 

Evergreen Forum corporate sponsors for spring 2021: Capital Health, Homewatch CareGivers, NightingaleNJ Eldercare Navigators, Penn Medicine Princeton Health & Home Health, and Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law

COURSE LIST HERE


GALLERY TALKS ONLINE

Thursdays through February 11
11:00 a.m.–noon

Gallery Talks returns for another round of exceptional art lectures. Join the Princeton University Art Museum’s talented docents for weekly seminars designed for those interested in exploring the richness and complexities of the art world.

This six-session course is a collaborative effort between the Princeton University Art Museum and PSRC. Fee: $75 for six session series

February 4 — Transition to Modern Art: Adria Sherman
February 11 — Watercolors and Pastels from the Princeton University Art Museum Collections: Brian Langille

REGISTER HERE


PSRC SPRING FUNDRAISING SERIES

THE SCIENCE, THE SWEETS, AND THE SAVORIES OF FOODS YOU LOVE
PSRC is proud to bring three events for your inner foodie. As winter approaches this is an opportunity to feed your soul and support PSRC programs and services at the same time.

Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 14 at 1:00 p.m.
$20 donation for each session
Includes a small assortment of chocolate

Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 p.m. — Robinson’s Chocolates; Chocolate making demonstration and tasting
Join Pattie Robinson and her father Jim Robinson, founder of Robinson’s Fine Candies in Skillman, established in 1978, to learn the art of chocolate making in time for Valentine’s Day and to learn more about the history of this community chocolatier. Includes a small assortment of chocolate for pick up at PSRC.

Sunday, March 14 at 1:00 p.m. — Chef Adeena Sussman, author of Sababa; Cooking demonstration from Israel
Adeena Sussman, The New York Times Best Selling Cookbook Author, will join us from her kitchen in Tel Aviv. She will be sharing recipes from her recent Israeli Cookbook, Sababa: Fresh, Sunny Flavors from My Israeli Kitchen to help us welcome spring.

*EXTRA SWEET OFFERING* — Screening of Chocolat Wednesday, February 17 at 1:00 p.m.
Oscar Nominated Film starring Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp, Lena Olin, and Judi Dench. Complimentary for all!

REGISTER HERE


NEW SERIES: THIS OLD HOUSE

Wednesdays through February 10, 1:00 p.m.

Come with us as PSRC explores five notable American homes. Ranging from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, and including houses significant for architectural, literary, historic, and other reasons, this series will bring participants into homes that have shaped the way Americans think about their lives and their country.
This Old House Series is sponsored by Artis Senior Living

$10 per session

February 3 — Falling Water
A private home designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 which is known as the best all-time work of American architecture.

February 10 — Mount Vernon
Former Virginia plantation of George Washington, the first President of the United States and his wife, Martha Washington.

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FIRST FRIDAY FILM — “4 LITTLE GIRLS”

Friday, February 5 at 1:00 p.m.

On Sunday, September 15, 1963, the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed by four members of a Ku Klux Klan affiliated racist group. Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley, four African-American girls between the ages of eleven and fourteen who had been attending the church’s Sunday school, were killed in the blast. Director Spike Lee’s somber 1997 documentary tells the story through new interviews and archival footage.

Running time: 1 hour, 42 minutes
Genre: Documentary

Registration required, no fee.

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FYI SEMINAR — “YOUR MOST IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS: WHAT TO KEEP, WHAT TO TOSS”

Friday, February 12 at 11:45 a.m.

Are you downsizing or cleaning out your home? We will talk about what paperwork to keep and for how long, what never needs to be kept and ways to organize what you do keep. A brief interactive presentation will be followed by Q and A to make sure all your questions are answered. Nancy Sobin is the owner of Professional Paperwork Services and manages seniors’ mail and bills every day. The company is in its fifth year and serves clients in New Jersey and Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Registration required, no fee.

Sponsors: Capital Health and Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law

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FYI SEMINAR — “URINARY INCONTINENCE: TIME TO TAKE CONTROL”

Friday, February 19 at 11:45 a.m.

Urinary incontinence affects over fifteen million Americans, resulting in a range of lifestyle problems, from the occasional inconvenience of leakage when sneezing or coughing to a frequent urge to go that disrupts sleep or affects quality of life. Physical therapy focused on strengthening the pelvic floor and retraining the bladder can help. Join Katie Doyle-Elmer, PT, DPT, with Princeton Medical Center Princeton Rehabilitation, to learn ways to treat your urinary incontinence symptoms, improve bladder fitness and restore your quality of life.

Registration required, no fee.

Sponsors: Capital Health and Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law

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FYI SEMINAR — “INTRODUCTION TO FELDENKRAIS”

Friday, February 26 at 11:45 a.m.

The Feldenkrais Method® is based on principles of physics and an empirical understanding of learning and human development. The method uses gentle movement and directed attention to help people to learn new and more effective ways of living the life they want. Jaclyn Boone graduated from Feldenkrais Professional Training in 1999, and teaches in the Princeton/Philadelphia area. Influenced by Feldenkrais, Yoga, TaiChi, Pilates and meditation, she continually develops and refines her skills.

Registration required, no fee.

Sponsors: Capital Health and Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law

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TED TALKS

Every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.

First we watch a TED Talk, then we discuss it. Discussions are facilitated by Helen Burton. All are welcome. This month’s topics:
February 2 — Alec Soth & Stacey Baker: This is what enduring love looks like
February 9 — Heidi Larson: Why rumors about vaccines spread — and how to rebuild trust
February 16 — Hasan Kwame Jeffries: Why we must confront the painful parts of US history
February 23 — Sherwin Nuland: The extraordinary power of ordinary people

Sponsors: Akin Care Senior Services and Princeton Portfolio Strategies Group, LLC

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LIBRARY READS

Monday, FEBRUARY 1 at 1:00 p.m. via Zoom

Calling all readers — Princeton Public Library staff will showcase some great recent and notable book titles to add to your to-be-read list. You can also ask for personalized book recommendations.

Presented by Princeton Public Librarians

Registration required, no fee.

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INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER HEALTH

Tuesday, February 9, 10:00 a.m.

The power to heal yourself is within YOU… Open to and align your life energy with self-healing practices to naturally restore and revitalize your mind, body, and spirit. Discover self-empowering energy techniques to complement Western medicine to boost vitality, improve immune defense mechanisms, reduce stress and calm down the nervous system, improve sleep, and support your system as you age. Limited to twenty participants.

Instructor Alla Rosina extensively studied many eastern and contemporary healing modalities with masters in their respective fields. She is an Advanced Eden Energy Medicine practitioner, licensed Massage Therapist, Qigong Healing practitioner, Certified Yoga Instructor, Reiki Master, and Integrated Positional Therapy Practitioner.

Registration required, no fee.

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THE PRESIDENT’S RESIDENCE

Beginning February 16 through February 19
$35 for the four-session series, $10 per presentation

PSRC’s This Old House series concludes a few days before Presidents’ Day with a visit to Mount Vernon, home of George Washington. Continuing the theme, we will celebrate the week of Presidents’ Day with visits to the homes of four American presidents.

Tuesday, February 16 at 1:00 p.m. — Saxton House, Home of James McKinley, Canton, OH
Wednesday, February 17 at 10:00 a.m. — Home of Martin Van Buren, Kinderhook, NY
Thursday, February 18 at 3:00 p.m. — Home of Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, IL
Friday, February 19 at 10:00 a.m. — Highland, Home of James Monroe, Charlottesville, VA

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ELDER JUSTICE: A CALL TO ACTION

OIFP MEDICAID FRAUD CONTROL UNIT’S ELDER PROTECTION TASK FORCE
Tuesday, February 16 at 3:00 p.m.

In June 2020, PSRC began holding monthly meetings to discuss Elder Justice issues. Throughout the year there were speakers from a variety of agencies, universities and legal disciplines that provided attendees information on how elder abuse is handled in NJ. On February 16 at 3:00 p.m. we will do a recap, with a focus on elder abuse prevention. Check our website for a list of previous speakers and topics.

Registration required, no fee.

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MEN IN RETIREMENT — “PRINCETON: THEN AND NOW”

Friday, February 5 at 10:00 a.m.

The town of Princeton was settled more than 300 years ago. What has changed over the years, and what has stayed the same? Using images from the Historical Society’s vast photo archive, tour the town from the comfort of your seat and compare images of transportation, shopping, education, and historic sites, past and present. All are welcome.

Presenter: Eve Mandel of the Princeton Historical Society

Registration required, no fee.

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WOMEN IN RETIREMENT — “WOMEN AND AGING ON A PACIFIC ISLAND”

Friday, February 19 at 10:00 a.m.

For an hour in February this talk will take you to the warm Pacific Island of Pohnpei, of the Federated States of Micronesia. Victoria Garcia Caffrey, PhD from Princeton University, engaged in anthropological research on this island, learning the language and customs and becoming a clan member. She will talk about the ways in which the strength of that community takes the weakness out of aging. All are welcome.

Registration required, no fee.

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TRANSITION TO RETIREMENT

Friday, February 19 at 3:00 p.m.

This group addresses the many kinds of issues that can arise during the transition to retirement. The group is facilitated by Dave Roussell, MSEd, MSW, LSW, PSRC care coordinator and HomeFriends coordinator.

 

REGISTER HERE


DEEP RELAXATION WITH YOGA NIDRA — Winter Quarter

Wednesdays through March 31, 10:00 a.m.
Fee: $75 per quarter

If you’re looking for an alternate path to peacefulness, this program is for you. Deep Relaxation is a restorative yoga practice that provides an intensive sense of rest and relaxation than meditation alone.

Instructor: Joy Cline-Okoye

REGISTER HERE


GENTLE YOGA + NIDRA — Winter Quarter

Mondays through March 29, 10:00 a.m.
Fee: $75 per quarter

This expansive workshop encompasses yoga postures, yogic breathing, an explanation of the science of yoga sound which creates profound deep relaxation, and some meditation. It is suitable for new students and seasoned practitioners. Participants will need a yoga mat and/or clear floor space, water bottle, and comfortable clothes.
Instructor: Joy Cline-Okoye

REGISTER HERE


MINDFUL CHAIR YOGA & MEDITATION — Winter Quarter

Thursdays through March 25, 10:00 a.m.
Fee: $75 per quarter

Chair yoga is a gentle, versatile form of yoga utilizing a chair. It is adaptable for all skill levels and abilities and therapeutic in nature. Students will learn techniques to gain flexibility, strength, and balance while increasing range of motion in a relaxing class that moves at a mindfully slow pace.
Instructor: Lyn Lilavati Sirota

REGISTER HERE


MEMOIR WRITING WITH JENNIFER — Winter Quarter

Thursdays through March 25, 1:00 p.m.
Fee: $75 per quarter

What’s your story? In our online memoir workshop, you will learn how to get started on mining your memories and shaping them into well-crafted pieces. Class is currently full. Stay tuned for spring registration in late March.
Instructor: Jennifer Altmann

 


PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS

Mondays at 2:00 p.m.

Join master art instructor Christina Rang on Zoom for a painting class designed specifically for beginners. You’ll learn the basics of layout, color, design, and more!
Instructor: Christina Rang

Class is full. To add your name to the waitlist, please go to https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/virtual-painting-for-beginnerswaitlist/.


PAINTING AND SELF EXPRESSION ONLINE

Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m.

This class will emphasize the components of the creative painting technique. Thought will be given to composition, subject matter, shape, light, movement, and structure. Join master instructor Christina Rang as she encourages you to explore your creative choices and personal expression.
Instructor: Christina Rang

Class is full. If you are interested in putting your name on the waitlist, please go to https://princetonsenior.wufoo.com/forms/virtual-painting-self-expression-waitlist/.

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