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01/24/201803/07/2018 6:30 pm8:00 pm

Writing Through Loss Support Group

Mission Hospice Office1670 S Amphlett Blvd #300, San Mateo

This free eight-week “Writing Through Loss” support group is for adults grieving the loss of a loved one. Explore how creative writing can help you express where you’ve been with your grief, and where you’re going.  Facilitated by Isabel Stenzel, LCSW.  No writing experience necessary.

For information and to sign up for the group, contact Isabel at 650.532.2338 or by email.

02/07/201802/28/2018 10:30 am8:30 pm

African-American Quilts With Peopleologie

Times and Locations vary.  Please see below.

We’re headed to the South where people still make quilts today using patterns that their ancestors used during the times of slavery and the Underground Railroad. Along with a slideshow and touchable artifacts, we will make a no-sew cooperative quilt and wall-hanging, by re-purposing fabric scraps, glue, and cardboard. Then, the library will hang it in a public space for all to enjoy! You are welcome to bring your own fabric scraps and fabric scissors. Online registration. If full please email to be put on the wait list.

For all adults including 55+

Program:  Black History Month

Foster City Library
February 7, 2018
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
1000 East Hillsdale Boulevard
Foster City CA 94404
(650) 574-4842

Woodside Library
February 12, 2018
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
3140 Woodside Road
Woodside CA 94062
(650) 851-0147

Belmont Library
February 14, 2018
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
1110 Alameda de las Pulgas
Belmont CA 94002
(650) 591-8286

San Carlos Library
February 26, 2018
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
610 Elm Street
San Carlos CA 94070
(650) 591-0341

Portola Valley Library
February 28, 2018
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
765 Portola Road
Portola Valley CA 94028
(650) 851-0560

02/28/2018 2:00 pm4:00 pm

Exploring Ancient and New World Slavery Systems

Little House Activity Center800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park

Distinguished Lecture Series

Join Sue Bessmer for another fascinating look at the ancient world.  This lecture compares slavery in the ancient world with slavery in the American South.  Structurally, ancient slavery and American slavery were quite different, largely because the latter shared the state with capitalism and the former did not.  For this reason, masters could employ free people to perform complex, managerial or merely authoritative tasks, while keeping the slaves in menial jobs.  Learn more about this fascinating topic.

Free for members / $5.00 for non-members

Speaker:  Sue Bessmer, Ph.D

Please RSVP at 650-326-2025 or www.penvol.org/little house

 

03/08/2018 1:00 pm2:30 pm

FREE Financial Wellness Workshop: Financial Wellness for Older Adults

Peninsula Family Service24 Second Ave, San Mateo

Attend this workshop to learn from an experienced consumer attorney about:

  • Shopping for save and affordable credit
  • Dealing with debt collection and stopping harassment
  • Mortgages and other debts related to your home
  • Protecting against identity theft
  • Common consumer tricks and traps and how to avoid them

Come get FREE advice on this and more!

Please RSVP to:  Geri Lustenberg, 650-403-4300, extension 4389 or email her at glustenberg@peninsulafamilyservice.org.

Space is limited!

 

 

03/23/2018 9:00 am2:00 pm

Healthy Aging Education Day

Foster City Recreation Center650 Shell Blvd., Foster City

Foster City Rotary

Cordially Invites You to Our

Healthy Aging Education Day

Open to the Public

Prizes & Health Screenings

Continental Breakfast Provided by Atria Foster Square

Lunch Provided to First 70 Attendees by BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse

Speakers:

  • The Honorable Carole Groom, San Mateo County Board of Supervisors
  • Mehrdad Ayati, Geriatrician, Clinical Professor Stanford School of Medicine, speaker and author “Paths to Healthy Aging”
  • Roxanne Jen Esq., Trust and Estate Attorney, Rodnunsky and Associates
  • Rachel Kast, MSW, and Xiaorong Ou, PhD, Getting Connected: Alzheimer’s Association Programs and Services
  • Martin Simenec, CEO, Home Safety Services, Inc.
05/10/2018 8:00 am4:15 pm

20th Annual Updates on Dementia Conference: Translating Research into Practice

South San Francisco Conference Center255 South Airport Boulevard, South San Francisco

Tailored to professionals, nationally- renowned researchers and clinicians present the latest research in the biological, social, psychological, and cultural aspects of aging and dementia with particular emphasis on practical applications.

Includes 7 CEUs for PSY, RN, LVN, LMFT, LCSW, RCFE and NHA license types.

Conference planned in partnership with Peninsula Family Service, the Alzheimer’s Association, Stanford Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Family Caregiver Alliance, Ombudsmen Services of San Mateo, Inc., VA Palo Alto ‘Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center,’ and the VA Palo Alto ‘Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center.’

View conference details and register at www.updatesondementia.com 

For questions, contact Blanca Vazquez, 408.372.9922 or bvazquez@alz.org

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