In part two of this eight-week series, learn about ocean animals that are blue, purple, white, and black.Available sessions at 9:30 a.m and 11:00 a.m., or 2:30 p.m. (Tuesday only)
This curriculum is for professionals caring for people living with Alzheimer's Disease.
The newly revised curriculum is a train the trainer model created to prepare attendees, already familiar with Alzheimer's and dementia care, to train direct care staff in a wide array of care settings. The 7 hour training teached attendees the 13 hour curriculum in best Habilitation Therapy practices. Modules include a PowerPoint presentation, discussion activities, lecture and demonstration, role-play and group work.
-Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia
In The Belle of Amherst, Emily Dickinson welcomes audiences into her lifelong Amherst homestead in mid-19th century Massachusetts. While Dickinson found solace in solitude through much of her life, acclaimed playwright William Luce weaves her poems, diaries, and letters into a one-woman portrait of one of America’s greatest and most prolific poets, mixing Dickinson’s encounters with close friends and family with the poet’s own, often amusing observations.
This boutique Festival features the best local culinary talent, producers and ingredients; while organically aligning with celebrated chefs, gastronomic educators and vintners from around the world for a fresh, unique-to-the-Island experience.
Bjorn Stevens, PhD, director, Atmosphere in the Earth System Department, Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology, and professor, University of Hamburg, Germany
*Reception will begin at 6:30 p.m.
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD: October 16 - November 15 Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM Sundays at 2 PM. By Christopher Sergel and Harper Lee. Directed by Julie Allen Hamilton. Set in Alabama during the Great Depression, To Kill a Mockingbird follows the journey of Jem and Scout Finch, whose father has been appointed to defend Tom Robinson, a black man framed for a crime he didn’t commit. As the trial progresses, Jem and Scout witness their community in a tense tug of war between justice and racism.
Cape Cod Oyster Week spotlights all things Oysters from Provincetown to Woods Hole, bringing edu-tainment fun, gastronomic delights, and oyster aficionado knowledge to all. The week seeks to build oyster awareness about this water filtering machine, coastal protector, and habitat provider. Cape Cod Oyster Week is a fun aqua-cultural fusion of science, arts, and gastronomic delights for young and old alike. The 6th International Oyster symposium will occur during Cape Cod Oyster Week 2015.
Shucking contest, food vendors, educational booths, poetry readings, live music and more!
Join us for lunch or dinner at the annual Harwich-Dennis Rotary Scallop Festival.
When: Saturday, October 17 from 11:30 am to 7 p.m
Where: The Weatherdeck Restaurant, 168 Route 28, West Harwich,
Cost: $20 Adults $12 Children
Dessert included. Beverages extra
Tickets at the door
To purchase in advance, please contact Jim Higgins at 508-385-8301 or [email protected]