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Fill your evenings with new learning experiences – bridge, book reviews, or join us at our film / talkumentaries (documentaries that will have you talking). Partake in a special event or enroll in a late afternoon class (4-6 pm) in zumba, pilates, computers, drawing or acrylics.

Special Events
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Group Programs

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS 50+ ACTIVE SINGLE WOMEN
An exciting group of young-at-heart widowed, divorced and single women. You’ll find a warm place to develop new and meaningful female friendships through social networking, interesting lectures, theatre and special events. Circle of Friends is a road to new relationships and experiences.
Tuesday 6:30 – 9 pm


FINE ARTS

For the Spring / Summer 2017 evening Program, please follow this link.


COMPUTERS AND DIGITAL MEDIA

EXCEL
Learn how to create tables, lists and charts. Manipulate numbers to do calculations and texts to organize data in different ways.

Tuesday & Thursday June 6 to 29
4 – 6 pm • 8 sessions • $120
Tammy Halpern

GOOGLE TOOLS & APPS
An overview of the tools and what their functions are. Use Google maps to plan a route, Google calendar to mark a date and send you a reminder and Google translate to understand and write a message. Suitable for PC and tablet users. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. Must have a Gmail account.

Wednesday May 17
4 – 7 pm • 1 session • $30
Tammy Halpern

SELLING ONLINE
Want to sell online? Learn how to list your item or service on popular local and international sites, how to write descriptions, upload pictures, choose categories and manage the ad.

Tuesday & Thursday May 9 and 11
6 – 8 pm • 2 sessions • $44
Marc Bohbot

SELLING ON EBAY
Sell nationally or internationally, understand account requirements – PayPal, banking. Prerequisite: Internet knowledge and e-mail account.

Tuesday May 23
6 – 8 pm •  1 session • $22
Marc Bohbot


FILM AND DOCUMENTARIES

RAISE THE ROOF - DOCUMENTARY FILM
This incredible story documents the improbable dream of Rick and Laura Brown, artists, who embarked on a ten year project to reconstruct the elaborate roof and painted ceiling of the Gwo?dziec synagogue, part of
the greatest wooden architecture in history which was destroyed by the Nazis. The project took 300 students and professionals from 16 countries. The Gwo?dziec roof was unveiled in 2014 as the centerpiece of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw. Evelyn Tauben, producer and writer, who is featured in the film will introduce the film and take Q&A after the film. Raise the Roof received official selection at over 50 film festivals.
Wednesday June 14
7 - 9 pm
$18 member / $25 non-member
Cinéma Cineplex Odeon, Cavendish Mall


MUSIC APPRECIATION

MUSICAL GENIUSES AND ICONS
Learn about the legends who contributed to the evolution of popular music, jazz, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll featuring Louis Armstrong, James Brown, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Brian Wilson, Bob Marley, Bruce Springsteen and others. Listen to their songs and stories.

Monday May 1 to June 12
7 – 9 pm • 6 sessions • $90
Craig Morrison,
Ethnomusicologist, PhD

MUSIC: MIND, BODY AND SOUL
Music is a crucial element of everyday life. People spend hours listening to it and billions of dollars buying it. Why is music important to people? Why does it have the power to evoke so much emotion and flood us with memories? What role does music play in everyday life?

Feature Presentations: Live music performance: Jazz quintet, The Skyliners.

Panel Discussion:

• Dr. Robert Zatorre, neuroscientist, McGill and the Montreal Neurological Institute
• Dr. Jessica Grahn, cognitive neuroscientist who studies music and is an Associate Professor in the Brain and Mind Institute and the Department of Psychology at Western University, in London, Ontario
• Victoria McNeill, MTA, Cummings Centre Music Therapist

Wednesday June 7
7 pm  $15 member / $22 non-member
Gelber Conference Centre

EMPOWER WITH IMPROV
Spark your creativity, think faster, meet new people, laugh more, worry less, listen intently, face fear, let go, take action, trust more! Join this group to explore and push your boundaries in a welcoming environment.

Wednesday June 7 to 21
4 – 6 pm • 3 sessions • $30
Amanda Silveira

ROCK ‘N SOUL CHOIR
Love to sing? Join our Rock ‘n Soul Choir. Perform hit songs from the 60’s and 70’s under professional musical direction. Learn to sing melodies and harmonies that made rock ‘n roll history. No experience required but energy and enthusiasm definitely are.

Wednesday April 19 to June 21
7 - 9 pm • 9 sessions • $90
Suzu Enns


SPECIAL EVENTS

When Life Gives You Lemons

A USER’S GUIDE ON HOW TO THRIVE IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY
Join us for an evening of unique perspectives on what to do when life hands you the unexpected. What makes some people thrive in the face of sudden change, loss or illness? How can some of life’s greatest challenges
become one’s greatest motivation? Different professional and cultural viewpoints will explore this thoughtprovoking topic.

Featuring:
• Robin Golt, BA, ERYT
• Karen Knie-Cahana, MSW
• Corrie Sirota, MSW, PSW
• Micki Vosco, B. Psych.

Monday May 1
7 pm • $15 member / $22 non-member
Gelber Conference Centre

A LOOK AT ELDER ABUSE
Elder abuse takes many forms - some more obvious, others less so. From physical abuse to the more subtle emotional and financial abuse, the greatest harm caused by elder abuse is breach of trust and a sense
of isolation and hopelessness. RECAA (Respecting Elders Communities Against Abuse) kicks off the evening followed by an expert panel presentation.

Featuring: 
• Dr. Mark Yaffe (MUHC)
• Roula Marinos, Branch Manager, RBC, Queen Mary
• Marick Bertrand and Lidia Volvich of the Elder Mistreatment Helpline

Wednesday May 24 
7 pm • $5
Gelber Conference Centre

TOHU - GRAND SPECTACLE
And what a show it is! Graduates of the École Nationale de Cirque will dazzle and charm with dance, drama, theatre and acrobatic performances. There’s something for everyone at this intergenerational program which
includes performance, light refreshment and parking.
Sunday June 4
7 - 9 pm, 1 session
$25 (Must be accompanied by a member)
ToHu, 2345, rue Jarry EST

SPECIAL LIVE WEBINAR SEASON’S LAUNCH

THE SIX PILLARS OF WELLNESS
Speaker: Louisa Jewell, MAPP, President, Canadian Positive Psychology Association, Speaker, Facilitator, Author and Well-Being Teacher
Thursday May 4
7 – 8 pm • 1 session • FREE


Yoga, Pilates, Stretch & more

Evening Yoga
Mon & Wed April 24 to July 5 
5 – 6 pm • 18 sessions • $180
 

Adapted Programs

EXERCISE CLASS
Designed to improve the quality of life of individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Combine cardiovascular training with boxing, balance and task specific exercises.

Parkinson's H
Monday & Wednesday April 24 to September 1
4 - 5 pm • $222

Parkinson's I
Tuesday & Thursday April 24 to September 1
4 - 5 pm • $234


Enjoy stimulating evening courses and activities which take place at our off campus sites:

Please refer to our Program Guide for details of our evening courses at all locations.


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