Neighbor Next Door Series: The Alzheimer's Association of Rochester will again offer its popular series of 10 workshops on topics related to Alzheimer's Disease throughout the year. Usually the group will meet on the last Thursday of the month. On Thursday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m., the series begins with "Know the Ten Warning Signs." Registration begins on September 11.
Once again, Penfield Public Library will be participating in a mini Human Book Library/Human History project in an attempt to dispel human prejudices and stereotypes. Its purpose is to bring people together from all walks of life to celebrate the richness of diversity. To date our panelists include: Njeru Murage, born in Kenya and Associate Professor of Anthropology, History, Political Science, and Sociology at Monroe Community College; Robert Willard whose title is PRC Prejudices and Obstacles in the post Chairman Mao Era, MCC psychology professors Susan Thompson and Renee Coleman, Alejandra Molina of the Intercultural Affairs office at Hobart & William Smith College, and Virginia H. Graham, newsletter editor of the Hearing Loss Association of America, Rochester chapter, and a cochlear implant recipient. Bring your questions and be prepared for an engaging conversation. The program takes place on Saturday, September 27 at 1:00 p.m. Registration strats on September 12.