Entertainer: Jeff Weiselberg
Entertainer Jeff Wieselberg will be tickling the ivories and singing catchy tunes on Wednesday, June 28th. at 1pm. Jeff Wieselberg, performing solo on piano & vocals, has a vast & varied repertoire of great old songs (mostly 1920s to 1980s), including pop, jazz, country, blues, rock & roll, show tunes, & standards from the Great American Songbook….Everything from Frank Sinatra to Billy Joel, Fats Waller to Fats Domino, the Beatles, Elton John, Motown, Neil Diamond, John Denver, & more….lots of great 50s/60s/70s oldies for listening, dancing, and singing along! This is a performance you won’t want to miss!
The Life and Magic of Harry Houdini
The Life & Magic of Harry Houdini presented by Historian and Curator of the Mark Twain House, Mallory Howard on Monday June 26th at 1pm. Harry Houdini is without a doubt one of the most fascinating figures of the early 20th century. He was a star of the stage and screen, and one of the most entertaining performers in the world, yet most people are not as familiar with his private life and the stories behind his astonishing magic. Whether he was debunking spiritualists, battling from inside of a sea monster, or attempting to make it as an aviator, his story is anything but dull! Free for members, $10.00 for non-members 55 years of age and better.
Improve Your Strength and Balance
Improving Functional Strength & Balance- Please join us on June 21st at 1pm when Brooke and Chris from Select Physical Therapy in Old Lyme will be giving an interactive presentation focused on safe ways to improve your functional strength and balance.
IPhone Photography, Part 2
IPhone Photography P.2 takes place on Wednesday, June 14th; 10 AM– Learn how to use all the apps available on our IPhone to edit our favorite images. Also learn how to use online photo developing services such as Walgreen’s photo services or Mpix to quickly and inexpensively make photos.
Restoring Long Island Sound One Garden At A Time June 14th at 1pm
Restoring Long Island Sound One Garden at a time will be held on Wednesday, June 14th at 1pm. Presentation by Judy Preston. The estuary of Long Island Sound is teaming with life. But areas of the Sound are choking on excess nitrogen that comes, in part, from coastal and watershed residential landscaping practices. Be a part of the solution: come learn about the Sound, and Sound Gardening. This program explores the benefits of transitioning our gardens, and yards, into sustainable landscapes that collectively can make a significant environmental difference. Learn about what “native” is, why that matters, and how to attract and sustain wildlife, while also managing your landscape to reduce water, fertilizer, and chemical use, which benefits our backyards and Long Island Sound. This program is free for members.