Adult Programs

Jul 28 5:30pm
This meeting taking place via zoom the last Thursday of every month, serves as an information session for adults who wish to work toward their high school equivalency diploma. We'll review information on the four pathways to a diploma and resources available through the Westchester Library System.
 
Jul 28 6:00pm
Whether one wants something mindless to do while watching tv or a challenge that takes your full attention -- knitting is a rewarding hobby to learn. It is proven to aid in stress relief and anxiety reduction; it’s also great for gifting and charity.
 
Aug 09 12:00am

Want to learn how to download/stream content - from comics and ebooks to movies and music? Curious about how many tools you can use now to build skills and enhance your resume or test scores? Register here: https://www.firstfind.org/registerdigital/.

Aug 23 7:00pm

Digestive disorders encompass a variety of diseases ranging from mild to severe. Common digestive disorders include gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Chron’s, diverticulitis, cancer, irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance, and hiatal hernia. The most common symptoms of digestive disorders include bleeding, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, pain, nausea, and vomiting. Learn more about how the digestive system impacts your health. REGISTER AT https://bit.ly/DigestiveAugust23 to join Dr. Somesh Kaushik for this lecture.

Aug 25 5:30pm
This meeting taking place via zoom the last Thursday of every month, serves as an information session for adults who wish to work toward their high school equivalency diploma. We'll review information on the four pathways to a diploma and resources available through the Westchester Library System.
 
Sep 13 12:00am

Want to learn how to download/stream content - from comics and ebooks to movies and music? Curious about how many tools you can use now to build skills and enhance your resume or test scores? Register here: https://www.firstfind.org/registerdigital/.

Sep 27 7:00pm

The urinary system filters blood – ridding it of excess nitrogen, urea, salts, and water - and creates urine as a waste by-product. It also keeps chemicals, such as potassium and sodium, and water in balance. The organs of the urinary system include the kidneys, renal pelvis, ureters, bladder, and urethra. REGISTER AT https://bit.ly/UrinarySept27 to join Dr. Somesh Kaushik for this lecture.

Sep 29 5:30pm
This meeting taking place via zoom the last Thursday of every month, serves as an information session for adults who wish to work toward their high school equivalency diploma. We'll review information on the four pathways to a diploma and resources available through the Westchester Library System.
 
Oct 11 12:00am

Want to learn how to download/stream content - from comics and ebooks to movies and music? Curious about how many tools you can use now to build skills and enhance your resume or test scores? Register here: https://www.firstfind.org/registerdigital/.

Oct 25 7:00pm

The excretory system is made up of numerous organs that work in unison to ensure that waste is effectively removed from your body. The primary organs are the kidneys, skin, and lungs; the accessory organs are the liver, gallbladder, organs of the urinary system, and large intestine. REGISTER AT https://bit.ly/ExcretoryOct25 to join Dr. Somesh Kaushik for this lecture.

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