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100 Signs for Everyday Use (5-Week Series; Ages 7+; Virtual) (July 24 @ 6:30 PM)

Due to popular demand, join us for this Sign Language Basics 5-week series held virtually. You will learn vocabulary-building and conversational signing. Open to youth ages 7 through Adult. Families are encouraged to sign up as one attendee and attend using the same Zoom log in, as space is limited.

If there is space available, join the series at any time. Choose the sessions that work for your schedule. Handouts with embedded practice videos are provided after class. Read more >

Tanglewood Marionettes presents CINDERELLA (July 26 @ 6:30 PM) (10 Wintonbury Ave)

Set in the eighteenth century and featuring a dozen lavishly costumed 30” marionettes, this production of Cinderella is a Tanglewood Marionettes showpiece. All your favorite characters are here, from gentle Cinderella to the bumptious stepsisters and the charming Prince. This telling is based on the original tale…with a few new surprises! A classic fairy tale told with wit and style, Cinderella is sure to please audiences of all ages.

For all ages, kids to adults! Registration is appreciated.

NOTE: This production will be offsite in the auditorium at Bloomfield Congregational Church (10 Wintonbury Ave., Bloomfield). Read more >

100 Signs for Everyday Use (5-Week Series; Ages 7+; Virtual) (July 31 @ 6:30 PM)

Due to popular demand, join us for this Sign Language Basics 5-week series held virtually. You will learn vocabulary-building and conversational signing. Open to youth ages 7 through Adult. Families are encouraged to sign up as one attendee and attend using the same Zoom log in, as space is limited.

If there is space available, join the series at any time. Choose the sessions that work for your schedule. Handouts with embedded practice videos are provided after class. Read more >

Social Justice Book Club: Disability Visibility by Alice Wong (Virtual) (Tue., July 23rd @ 6:30 PM)

Did you know July is Disability Pride Month? To celebrate the diversity and contributions of people with disabilities, we will discuss Disability Visibility by Alice Wong (YA version). One in five people in the United States lives with a disability. Some disabilities are visible, others less apparent—but all are underrepresented in media and popular culture. Activist Alice Wong brings together this collection of contemporary essays by disabled people In this book. Read more >

Food First: The Metabolic Approach (Virtual) (Thur., July 25th @ 4:00 PM)

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Do you really want to restore your health? Or perhaps create true health for the first time ever?

Dr. Christine Najjar, founder of Food First MD, is on a mission to bring health back to healthcare with the most underutilized medicine: FOOD. She believes that when nourished properly, your body has an innate ability to heal. A personalized nutrition plan can help you: Read more >