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Adult Programs

Food Demo: Healthy Sandwiches

Tuesday, June 30
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Professional vegan cook Jenney Gordon will show you how to make great sandwiches that are all plant-based. The menu includes chickpea salad sandwich, California wrap with avocado, tempeh Reuben, and grilled cheese with tomato. Recipes and samples will be distributed.

Beyond Wheat:
The Gluten-Free World

Wednesday, July 8
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Need to pursue a gluten-free lifestyle? Curious about exploring new grains? Want to incorporate more flavor and nutrition in your meals?
Lisa Howard, the Cultured Cook, will discuss the use of gluten-free grains from making pilafs and muffins to homemade cereal and granola.

The Fascinating World of
Bees and Beekeeping

Tuesday, July 14
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Join Roger Sutherland, naturalist and professor emeritus, as he takes you on a close-up look at the highly organized honey bee colony. Learn about the practice and history of beekeeping, important flower and bee relationships, pollination, and swarming. Discover problems facing the honey bee and what you can do to help. Yoga for Better Backs

Wednesday, July 22
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Yoga is an effective way of preventing and managing the most common types of back pain. This class, led by Jamie
Garrison from Yoga Center, offers a gentle and therapeutic approach for back rehabilitation and stress release.
Students will practice yoga poses that bring flexibility and relaxation to sore backs as well as build strength and learn better posture.

51 Years of Mustang

Wednesday, July 29
7:00 – 8:30 pm
A year after the half-century anniversary (1964-2014), Ronald Broekman, car enthusiast and owner of The Car
Hobby Connection, will present a retrospective of the Ford Mustang. He will discuss the roots of the original 1964
½ Mustang, developments and changes to the…...

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