Special Presentations

December 2021

Thursday, December 9th - Astronomy Without Boundaries

presented by Dennis M. Robertson, M.D. at 2:00 p.m.

Join Dennis Robertson as he introduces us to the cosmos beyond what is visible on a clear starry night. Dr. Robertson will illustrate his talk with spectacular imagery from NASA and other sources. FREE for Community Center members or $5.00 for non-members.

Wednesday, December 15th - Keeping the Merry in a Caregiver's Christmas

presented by Dr. Karen Willfahrt at 2:00 p.m.

This presentation is FREE and open to the public. Karen Willfahrt will provide an in-depth take-home instructions to begin incorporating all of her TOP 10 Self-Care Techniques into daily living for caregivers including recommendations for developing a healthy diet and sleep cycle. Explore techniques that promote Happiness and Joy, especially during the holiday season, providing support for caregivers and their loved ones.


January 2022

Monday, January 10th - Color of the Year

presented by interior designer, Lauren Jacobsen at 3:00 p.m.

Lauren Jacobsen, Principal and Owner of Lauren Jacobsen Interior Design, will present a snapshot of some oft he things you can expect in home design for 2022. You will hear about the latest in color, top interior trends, an dhow the pandemic is impacting the home industry and why it can affect you. Come and see how you can "up your game" and "lean into your home" for 2022 with all this creative inspiration! FREE for Community Center members or $5.00 for non-members.

Saturday, January 15th - Writing Workshop, The Conversation That I Wish I Could Have

presented by Dr. Duane Roen, ASU Professor at 2:00 p.m.

The "Conversation That I Wish I Could Have" is an excellent start to begin or expand on your family's history. There are moments in our lives when we wish that we could have a conversation with an ancestor who is no longer alive. In this workshop, we will write questions that we would like to have with an ancestor (so please bring paper and pen or a laptop). Some of us may even take the next step and invent a dialog with that person. For example, it could be a conversation with an ancestor who immigrated to the United States in the 1800s. This is an excellent opportunity to learn writing tips from ASU Professor, Dr. Duane Roen. He will be offering a variety of writing workshops throughout the year for Community Center Members. FREE for Community Center Members or a $5.00 fee for non-members.