North Penn segment calendar: Week of Aug. 14

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Lansdale Public Library

What’s function during a Lansdale Public Library: 301 Vine St., Lansdale. Information: 215-855-3228; inforequests@lansdalelibrary.org; or revisit www.lansdalelibrary.org. The library is open: Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cribbage: Mondays during 1 p.m.

Latino Culture and Spanish Language Club: Tuesdays during 10 a.m. Come out to learn a denunciation or if we pronounce Spanish already, to inverse with others en Español.

Mexican Train Dominoes: Tuesdays during 1 p.m.

Montgomery County Hearing Voices Network: Tuesdays during 4:30 p.m. Options for people who hear, see, or clarity things that others don’t are singular usually by assumptions formed on misinformation and fear. The Montgomery County Hearing Voices Network works to widespread knowledge, awareness, understanding, caring and wish about a conference voices experience.

Get in a Game during Your Library diversion night: Second and fourth Tuesdays during 7 p.m. Join us, move a diversion or name one from a fun different collection: Munchkin, Risk, Fluxx, Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne, Parcheesi, Scrabble, Monopoly, Bananagrams, Apples to Apples. Come play!

Knitting/Crocheting Group: Wednesdays during 4:30 p.m. Beginners, novices, whoever — if you’re looking for a good approach to relax and socialize, a needlework bar is for you. Bring a stream project, or a skein of chronicle and needles to start.

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) Group: Wednesdays during 1 p.m. This mutual-aid organisation helps people make changes to their wellness plans. Continued…

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Amateur Radio License Exam: Aug. 25 during 7 p.m.

The Korean War: Aug. 25 during 7 p.m. Sessions 7 of Mike Sobel’s eight-part series.

Fresh Kids — Healthy Eating Workshop: Aug. 27 during 10:30 a.m. Workshop on healthy eating during a library in team-work with Manna on Main Street.

Lansdale Founders’ Day: Aug. 27. At a library: Founders’ Day Beer Garden 3 to 7 p.m. (on Green Street); used book “sidewalk” sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Susquehanna Avenue); library computers: giveaway entrance to all on this special day (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Throughout Lansdale: Farmers marketplace (Hillcrest on East Main); Festival of Arts (Memorial Park); swimming pools open to all (Fourth Street and Whites Road); story arrangement (Jenkins Homestead); H2O conflict (Fairmount Fire Company); fireworks (Penndale Middle School). For some-more activities, see discoverlansdale.org.

North Wales Area Library

What’s function during a North Wales Area Library: 233 S. Swartley St., North Wales. 215-699-5410; www.northwaleslibrary.org. The library is open Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Baby’s First Book : A benefaction of preparation from a Friends of a NW Area Library, a PA One Book Every Young Child preference is presented to any baby innate to a Library patron. Please stop by or call a Library with a name and birth date of any new baby.

Tai Chi: Certified instructor. Tuesday during 5:45 p.m. and Thursday during 10 am. Eight-week sessions. Contact Linda DeMedio during taichilcd@yahoo.com or 215-694-1863 for information.

Computer Tutoring: Signup for one-on-one assistance to improved know Windows, how to best conduct your files, assistance with Microsoft Word or Excel, Email, browsing a web, confidence questions or anything else specific on your PC. The price is $10/hour, that will support a “Keep Us Alive, Help Us Thrive” Campaign.

Medicare Help: Get assistance a second Tuesday of a month during a library from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Call 610-834-1040 ext. 46 for an appointment. Continued…

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Tuesday Story Time: Tuesday during 10 a.m. Sponsored by Merck. All ages welcome.

Euchre: The initial Tuesday during 1 p.m.

Mahjong Group: Tuesdays during 12:30 p.m.

Teen Club: Wednesdays from 7 to 8 p.m.

Mexican Train Dominoes: Thursdays during 1 p.m.

Friday Story Time: Friday during 2 p.m. All ages welcome.

Pinochle: Fridays during noon.

Who Let a Dogs In?: Join us for a fun approach to inspire reading! Children register to review aloud to a lerned therapy dog. Children review in a initial come, initial review format. The second, third and fourth Saturdays of any month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Board Game Meetup: Second Saturday of any month from noon to 5 p.m. Come play, learn and have fun with complicated residence games. No believe necessary, usually a eagerness to have fun. Open to beginners and veterans alike; from teenagers to adults. Contact SLopuszanski@gmail.com with any questions.

Summer Reading Club Sumer 2016: Aug. 15 to 19: Multi-Media Art Camp – For students in initial to sixth grade, a week-long stay from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost: $120 price covers all supplies, lunch and a snack. Register during a library. Aug. 17: All a hum about Honey Bees – Will cover bee biology and behavior, products from a hive and pollination and whatever subject competence cocktail up. 1:30 p.m. Aug. 18: Ladybug module with Master Gardener Judy Groben during 10:30 a.m. Aug. 24: Read to a Horse. Back by renouned demand, come review to one of dual therapy horses during a library! 10 a.m. to noon. Also, MOVE along with Lolly YoYo an interactive module for preschool children. Begins during 10:30 a.m.

Golf with Us: Aug. 19 during Mainland Golf Course. Cost: $125 per golfer; $400 for a foursome paid by Jul 1. Shotgun start. Scramble. Light lunch and sit-down dinner.

Art Music

Guests on a Land: Photography by Nicolas Bowen, featuring beautiful, infrequently puzzling images of southeastern Pennsylvania cultivated fields and woodlands, is on arrangement until Nov. 2 during a Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville. Info and directions: www.mhep.org or 215-256-3020.

Church Events

School container collection: Plains Mennonite Church, 50 W. Orvilla Road, Hatfield, invites a open to benefaction School Kits to send to interloper and replaced children around a world. School kits contain: 4 spin or seperated notebooks, 70 sheets and 8.5-by-10.5 inches; 8 unsharpened pencils; one flat, stretchable cosmetic ruler, indicating both 30 centimeters and 12 inches; 12 colored pencils in box; and one vast pencil eraser. Call 215-362-7640 or revisit PlainsMennoniteChurch.org for details. Drop off reserve during a church by a finish of August.

Thrift shop: The Thrift Shop during St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 211 S. Main St., North Wales, is open for business. Store hours are Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The emporium is located during St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 211 S. Main St., North Wales. Donations of tiny domicile items, books, linens and women’s and children’s wardrobe are supposed during store hours. All deduction are donated to internal charities.

Community

Restaurant open: The Restaurant and Bakery during North Montco Technical Career Center will be opening to a open any Wednesday and Thursday during a propagandize year. The grill is open for breakfast from 8:45 to 10 a.m. and for lunch from 12:15 to 1:45 p.m. For some-more information or to make a reservation, call 215-368-1177 ext. 193. Visit www.nmtcc.org for a weekly grill menu and bakery specials. North Montco Technical Career Center is located during 1265 Sumneytown Pike in Towamencin.

Chorus seeks members: The North Pennsmen Barbershop Chorus is seeking new members. The membership includes organisation of all ages and walks of life, from high propagandize age, to immature adults, adults, to seniors. Contests and conventions are hold in a open and tumble and attract between 600 and 2,000 singers during any event. The North Pennsmen also perform during many internal village fairs, comparison communities, sports events and churches. The North Pennsmen discipline any Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. during a Central Schwenkfelder Church, 211 Valley Forge Road, Worcester. For some-more information, greatfully revisit their site during www.northpennsmen.org or call them during 215-393-1940.

Bingo: The Knights of Columbus, Pius IX Council horde 25 games of Bingo on a initial and second Friday nights of any month. Doors open during 5:30 p.m. with a initial diversion starting during 6:45 p.m. Game cards start during $9 per book for play all night. Las Vegas tickets, 50/50 and additional Jackpot Bingo games via a evening. Kitchen open with food for purchase. Knights of Columbus gymnasium is located during 258 West 8th Street in Lansdale, on a dilemma of Eighth Street and Kenilworth Ave. Call 215-368-3044 or info@kofC4396.org for some-more information.

Donations sought: Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 533 Foundry Road, West Norriton, is open Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., charity furniture, lamps, lighting fixtures, paint, tile, flooring and many more. Donations are supposed during a ReStore until 15 mins before closing. To news a pick-up for donated items, call 610-631-3149. Restore volunteers are also indispensable and training/orientation is provided.

Heartland Hospice: Heartland Hospice is looking for caring and dedicated people with an seductiveness in portion terminally ill patients and their families in a larger Philadelphia area. Volunteer classes are accessible to fit any person’s schedule. Please call 610-941-6700 for some-more information.

Stiches of Love: Are we prophesy marred or blind and would like to try your palm during knitting, crocheting, weaving, or other crafts? Come join us in a “Stitches of Love” module on a initial and third Thursday of any month, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sessions are hold during a Montgomery County Association for a Blind (MCAB), 212 N. Main St., third floor, North Wales. Volunteers are also welcome. For some-more information we competence hit MCAB during 215-661-9800.

Volunteers sought: Holy Redeemer HomeCare and Hospice seeks merciful and emotionally mature volunteers to yield support to internal hospice patients and their families in Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. Volunteers competence also support with pet therapy and executive work within a hospice dialect and are requested to have daytime availability. Hospice studious caring volunteers revisit with patients in their homes or nursing comforts once a week for dual to 3 hours. They yield romantic support and fraternisation to patients and family members, support with errands or yield remit for caregivers. Bereavement volunteers support a families of hospice patients following a detriment of a preferred one, while executive volunteers support with typing, mailings and/or filing. Hospice caring workers yield a good use to families and preferred ones of hospice patients. Many volunteers also news a good bargain of personal remuneration as a outcome of their services. Patient caring and anguish volunteers finish an focus and attend an 18-hour proffer training module that covers a medical, psychological and devout aspects of hospice volunteering. Day and dusk training programs are offered. To pointer adult for proffer opportunities in Pennsylvania, hit Holy Redeemer Volunteer Coordinator Jean Francis during 215-698-3737 or email jfrancis@holyredeemer.com.

Meals on Wheels: The North Penn Visiting Nurse Association’s Meals on Wheels module is looking for volunteers to container or broach dishes to a aged and infirmed. Meals are packaged and delivered mornings, Monday by Friday. You can proffer for as many days per week or month as we would like. Packaging dishes requires approximately 2-1/2 hours of your time any day and involves creation sandwiches, wrapping food into particular portion containers and make-up coolers with a meals. Delivering dishes requires approximately 90 mins of your time any day and involves loading coolers into your car and delivering a track of approximately 10 to 15 stops. The Meals on Wheels module is also in need of emergency, winter-weather volunteers to container and broach dishes in bad weather. North Penn VNA is located during 51 Medical Campus Drive in Lansdale and delivers dishes in a Lansdale, North Wales and Blue Bell areas. For some-more information or to volunteer, greatfully call Bridget, North Penn VNA Meals on Wheels coordinator, during 215-855-6016.

Upper Gwynedd Fire Department programs: Upper Gwynedd Fire Department Cellphone Recycling Program — We are now usurpation used dungeon phones. Please dump off your used dungeon phone during UG Fire residence – 660 Garfield Ave, West Point, Tuesday night between 6 and 7 p.m. or during Hoagie sale – 2nd Saturday of any month. The Upper Gwynedd Fire Department is looking for volunteers — While it competence warn we to learn that glow word is supposing in Upper Gwynedd by 50 volunteers who accept no remuneration during all, this is a norm, not a exception. Approximately 97 percent of a glow companies in a Commonwealth are volunteer. We are looking for firefighters, discerning response medical personnel, youth firefighers, special glow police, and active members that can assistance during fundraisers and take caring of executive duties. To proffer revisit a website during www.ugfd.org or stop by any Tuesday night. The Upper Gwynedd Fire Department is always looking for cars to be donated to a glow department. If we have an aged car that we are looking to sell or dispose of, because not benefaction it to a glow department? Your tax-deductible concession goes a prolonged approach and helps a initial responders get profitable training. These vehicles are indispensable to keep adult a training and skills in car extrication. You can even watch as a members spin your aged car into scrap, all in a name of good training. All we need from we is your car and title, and we take caring of a rest. If your car is comparison than 10 years, a pretension is not needed. A concession receipt will be supposing to you. Call 267-228-5949 for some-more information.

Drama Dance

Line dancing: North Penn Lodge No. 1979 will horde nation line dancing on Tuesdays and pitch dancing on Wednesdays during a North Penn ELKS, 2737 Trewingtown Road, ColMarch Beginners’ lessons start during 7 p.m. The cost is $8. For some-more information call Dave during 215-997-7688.

Dance classes: Dance classes during a PEAK Center, 1292 Allentown Road, Towamencin: Ballroom dance classes: Learn a basement of a fox trot, cha cha, jitterbug and waltz. Beginners ballroom: Thursdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Intermediate ballroom: Thursdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Beginners line dancing: Thursdays, 12:30-1 p.m. Line dancing: Thursdays, 1 p.m. Tap dancing: Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. Cost is $24 for six-week sessions. Call 215-362-7432 for information and registration. Instructor John Long has been training ballroom, daub and line dance during many venues including a PEAK Center for over 20 years.

For Kids Families

Awana Club: Calvary Baptist Church in Lansdale binds an Awana Club for boys and girls ages 3 adult by a sixth category any Wednesday night during a propagandize year. Come join hundreds of other children any week as they attend in a tiny organisation time, a chapel time and a one-of-a-kind diversion time. Club runs from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Minimal cost involved. Please hit Pastor John during 215-368-4444 ext. 110) for some-more information.

Children of a American Revolution: Girls and Boys from initial to 12th category are invited to join a section of a Children of a American Revolution. C.A.R. provides opportunities for a child to rise a adore of, and a honour for, a country. The National Society of a Children of a American Revolution, founded in 1895, is a oldest nationalistic classification for youths in a county. Membership is open to all children who are descendants of patriots of a American Revolution. Let your child see story come alive by a eyes of their Revolutionary War Ancestor. Monthly meetings and activities are being designed for all ages. For some-more information greatfully hit Stephanie during SSeely00@comcast.net or Linn during DAR_news@verizon.net.

North Penn YMCA events: The North Penn YMCA, Lansdale Branch, 608 E. Main St., Lansdale, hosts events for children. Information: 215-368-1601. The North Penn YMCA will horde a School’s Out Program, where children will be ecstatic to a YMCA from area schools for before and after propagandize care. Children will suffer activities like swimming, art and music, aptness readiness, mechanism lab, special gym programs and a “Reading Nook.” Space is limited. For some-more information, call a array above, ext. 232.

Health

Flu shots: North Penn VNA reminds area residents that it is not too late to get your influenza shot. North Penn Visiting Nurse Association still has influenza (influenza) shots available. Shots are giveaway for adults who use Medicare B as their primary health insurance. Medicare cards contingency be presented to accept a vaccine during no cost. All others will be charged $25, payable in money or by check. A receipt will be supposing so we competence obtain payment from your word company. Please call 215-855-6191 to news a time that is accessible for we to accept your influenza shot.

Yoga: Experience your True Self by Sahaja Yoga Meditation: Free classes any Saturday 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. during Lansdale Parks and Recreation Building 660 Lansdale Ave. (at 7th Street), Lansdale, 19946 For some-more information: 215-361-7137 or info@synorthpenn.org.

Meetings Lectures

Seven surprises encountered when essay a story of Mennonites in Ontario: Sam Steiner will pronounce about his new book, “In Search of PromMennonite history: Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville has a 300-Year History of Mennonite Life decorated by video, exhibits, artifacts and fraktur. Archives are accessible for ancestral study. The benefaction emporium and museum are open Tuesday by Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Information: revisit www.mhep.org.

Medicare Seminars: Free Medicare 101 Seminars are hold during a Lansdale Public Library on a second Tuesday of any month during 7 p.m. Presenter is Dan Small from SilverTone Med Plans. Info: 610-409-1998. No RSVP required.

Breakfast News Network: 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. during Normandy Farm Hotel (1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, PA 19422) $15 members, includes full smorgasboard breakfast. Join us for a networking module during Normandy Farm Hotel any Thursday morning for breakfast, business news, ominous speakers and copiousness of networking. The cost includes a full breakfast buffet. Copies of a business cards will be done accessible to those who would like them.

Toastmasters: Do we have a fear of open speaking? Blue Bell Toastmasters Club can help. We accommodate from 7 to 9 p.m. on a second and fourth Tuesday during a Marriott Courtyard, located on Route 202, directly opposite from a Montgomeryville Mall. Learn how to urge communication and caring skills in a accessible and bargain environment. Guests are welcome. Admission fee: $5. For some-more info, revisit www.bbtoast.org.

The LeTip Chapter of Gwynedd: Meets any Tuesday during 7:16 a.m. We accommodate during a Clubhouse Too Diner during a dilemma of Sumneytown Pike Church Road in Lansdale. LeTip is a veteran business lead sell network. Please call and join us for a meeting. Call 215-779-0723

LeTip of Lansdale: A veteran networking classification with a purpose of exchanging business leads. Attend one of a breakfast meetings to learn how LeTip will advantage your business. LeTip of Lansdale meets any Thursday from 7:01 to 8:31 a.m. during Franconi’s Restaurant, 1200 Welsh Road in North Wales. Please hit Elena Sickles during 610-222-4205 for some-more information about a chapter.

The Greater North Penn Regional Collaborative Board of Directors: Public meetings hold a second Tuesday of any month from 10:30 a.m. to noon during a North Penn Visiting Nurse Association, 51 Medical Campus Drive, Lansdale. For some-more information, call Kathleen Fitzgerald during 215-855-8296.

The Firefighters Auxiliary of a Colmar Volunteer Fire Company: Interested participants can live in any town. Meetings are hold a second Wednesday of any month during 8 p.m. during a firehall, 2700 Walnut Street, ColMarch For some-more information, call Carol during 215-361-9620.

Single Volunteers of Bucks County: Meets any third Tuesday dusk during 7 p.m. during Andrews Hall (part of Doylestown Presbyterian Church), 125 Mechanic Street. Parking is located on Church Street. On all other Tuesdays, a organisation meets during a Churchville Nature Center on Churchville Lane. The organisation is for singles who wish to make friends while assisting their village by volunteering. For some-more information or directions, revisit www.svbucks.org.

The Lansdale Chapter of a American Association of University Women: Meets a third Tuesday of any month from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. during a North Penn High School District Educational Service Center, Church Road and Hancock Street, Lansdale. Meetings are giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, call 215-368-9665 or revisit http://aauwlansdale.org.

PRO-ACT: A volunteer-based, grassroots classification that works to revoke a tarnish of drug/alcohol obsession and to safeguard a accessibility of diagnosis options, hosts informational sessions. Information: 215-489-6120 ext. 3 (Maura Farrell).

Seniors

The PEAK Center: 1292 Allentown Road, Lansdale, will offer a following programs. For some-more information, revisit www.peakcenter.org or call 215-362-7432.

Glucose Testing: Quarterly (call for subsequent date) from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. No charge. Offered by Bayada Nurses. Fasting is not required, though if we have breakfast, it is best to extent your sugarine intake.

Abington Community Health Screenings: Second Tuesday of a month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. No charge. Offered by Abington Health Services. See a helper to plead health concerns and have your blood vigour checked.

Fit for a Future I: Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 to 10 a.m. Fit for a Future II: Tuesdays from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. and Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost: $4. Taught by Kim Zimmerman. Formerly named Healthy Steps in Motion, this module has a new name, though is a same good class! Routines embody stretching, walking, coherence strength training. Join us to use with this accessible group.

Fitness Center: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. PEAK participants can use a aptness core room! If we are interested, we contingency be evaluated to use it by Kim Zimmerman. A PEAK Center worker will be on palm if we need anything. See Sandi during a Welcome Desk to set adult time to be evaluated.

Line Dancing: Beginner: Thursdays from 12:30 to 1 p.m.; Experienced: Thursdays from 1 to 2 p.m. Cost: $4 Instructed by John Long. John Long teaches all: from amateur to advanced, even those with mixed left feet! Beginner category participants are acquire to stay for gifted category during no additional charge.

Semi-Personal Trainer: Call or revisit a Welcome Desk for appointment. Cost: $10 per particular participant. Kim Zimmerman offers one-hour-long semi-personal training sessions for adult to 3 participants during a time. Sign adult now for a particular courtesy we deserve.

Stretch a Pain Away: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 3 to 4 p.m. Stiff joints and achy muscles make removing by a day formidable – generally if that annoy is compounded with neck and behind pain. Keeping your neck and behind stretchable competence assistance assuage some of a pain that has been plaguing your life. The best approach to nimble adult your muscles, tendons and ligaments is to stretch, though usually if a stretches are achieved rightly and consistently. Join this counterpart led organisation to widen that pain away!

Growing Stronger: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 to 10 a.m. Fee: $40 per six-week session. Call for subsequent eventuality date. Weight temperament use and low-impact strength training.

Tap Dancing: Thursdays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost: $4. This category is enterprising and discerning moving. Join John Long and a PEAK Tappers. Beginners are acquire to come a initial half hour, stay to observe a “pros” or usually burst in.

Total Body Toning: Wednesdays 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Peer-led module designed to boost coherence and strength while shortening a fear of losing balance. Through a use of bands and leg weights, a exercises are mutated to compare your particular needs and abilities.

Wii Bowling: First and third Wednesdays of a month during 10 a.m. Experience a health and amicable advantages of this fun program. Standing or seated, no complicated round or bizarre shoes.

Zumba Chair: Wednesdays from 12:45 to 1:30 p.m. Cost: $4. If we adore Latin and Middle Eastern sounds, though a suit seems too risky, Zumba CHAIR is a use category for you.

Zumba Gold: Mondays from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Cost: $4. Enjoy this aerobic use category conducted to a sounds of a Caribbean with a bit of a Mediterranean thrown in. Take it during your possess pace.

Tai Chi: Tuesdays from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Cost: $4. Tai Chi movements strengthen balance, coordination, flexibility, flesh relaxation, physique recognition mental concentration.

Yoga: Thursdays from 9 to 10 a.m. Cost: $4. Instructed by Terri Kuenzer. Tough to get adult and down? PEAK’s Yoga clergyman is so FLEXIBLE, she can learn we to do Yoga from a chair. Seated, station or fibbing down, you’ll adore it.

Joint Freeing Series Class: The PEAK Center in Lansdale, 1292 Allentown Road, Suite A, Lansdale, now offers a Joint Freeing Series Class on Fridays from 11 to 11:45 a.m. All in a chair, these 22 elementary yoga viewpoint formed exercises assistance to disencumber all a joints, from toes to a head. Learn this pleasing and peaceful ancient use from India. Cost is $4 per class. Instructed by Terri Kuenzer. For some-more information, call The PEAK Center for some-more information during 215-362-7432.

Macular Degeneration Program: Aug. 17 during 12:30 p.m. Learn about macular degeneration. Macular lapse is a common condition among comparison adults, inspiring a macula, a executive partial of a retina that allows we to see excellent details. Wet macular lapse is characterized by bizarre blood vessels building underneath a macula. Dry macular lapse causes a cells in a macula to mangle down. Presented by Susan DeLaurentis, Opthamology Physicians Surgeons. There is no assign to attend in this program. Call 215-362-7432 for some-more information. Please note: This is a rescheduled program.

Support

Weight detriment group: TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) has started a new section during Sanctuary United Methodist Church, 1346 E. Prospect Ave., North Wales. We accommodate on Monday evenings with private import in’s starting during 6:30 followed by a assembly during 7 p.m. We are a flourishing section and acquire new members. You are acquire to come and lay in on a assembly for giveaway to see if we could be a support organisation that we are looking for. If we confirm to join, annual fees are usually $28 and embody a TOPS repository mailed to your home bimonthly. Monthly impost are $4 and many mostly we are means to acquire that behind thru a weekly weight detriment formed contests.

Common Bond: A support, brotherhood organisation for widowed, divorced organisation and women over age 50 binds monthly contention a initial Sunday of a month in a library of St. John’s Lutheran Church, 505 N. York Road, Hatboro. Orientation for new members is during 2 p.m. Discussion from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. New members welcome. Reservations are necessary. For some-more information, call 215-675-3947 or 215-918-3376.

Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families Support Group: Meets Wednesdays during 7:30 p.m. during a Church of a Messiah, Route 202, Gwynedd. For some-more information, call Erin during 610-631-1014.Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter sponsors monthly family caregiver support organisation meetings during dual locations. Pre-registration is not required. Information: 1-800-272-3900.

Dock Woods Community: Meets during 275 Dock Drive, Lansdale, third Thursday of a month, 3 to 5 p.m.

North Penn Visiting Nurse Association: Meets during 51 Medical Campus Drive, Board Room, Lansdale, initial Thursday of a month, 7 to 9 p.m.

Caregiver support group: A new family caregiver support organisation will be charity a fourth Tuesday of a month during 2:30 p.m. during Clare Bridge of Montgomery, 1089 Horsham Road. Bereavement Counseling: Professional conversing for individuals, couples, children and families traffic with detriment and bereavement. Contact Emily, Vincent, Clinical Director during 610-222-4110, ext. 103.

Griefshare: Bethany Bible Fellowship Church, 75 W. Broad St., Hatfield, will benefaction Griefshare, a giveaway special weekly convention and support organisation for people who are lamentation a genocide of someone tighten to them. If we have mislaid a spouse, child, family member or friend, we have substantially found that there are not many people who know a low harm we feel. This organisation is sponsored by people who know what we are experiencing and wish to offer we comfort and support during this formidable time. GriefShare is a nondenominational organisation and comforts biblical training on grief and liberation topics.

Elkins Park Area CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder): Meets a initial Tuesday of any month, 7 to 8:30 p.m., during Einstein during Elkins Park Hospital in Elkins Park. For information on CHADD or ADHD, greatfully see a website www.chadd.net/249 or call Claire Noyes at: 215-779-6656.

Gilda’s Club Delaware Valley: The organization’s goal is to yield a assembly place where people with cancer and their families and friends can join others to build amicable and romantic support as a addition to medical care. Free of assign and nonprofit, Gilda’s Club offers support and networking groups, lectures, workshops and amicable events in a comfortable, home-like setting. Gilda’s Club Delaware Valley is located in Warminster during 200 Kirk Road. Their phone array is 215-441-3290 or revisit on a internet during www.gildasclubdelval.org.

Infertility counseling: Home Town Counseling is now charity organisation therapy for couples and people influenced by infertility. The organisation will accommodate dual Wednesdays a month from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. in Hatfield. For some-more information or directions, call 215-631-7166.

Support group: The Independent Adults with Neuro-Muscular Diseases (IAND) support organisation assists those with Parkinson’s disease, MS and all neuro-muscular disorders. It is a dilemma bid between North Penn VNA and Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) Broomal office. The organisation meets on a initial Wednesday of any month during North Penn Visiting Nurse Association during 51 Medical Campus Drive in Lansdale during 7 p.m. For some-more information, greatfully hit North Penn VNA during 215-855-7343.

NAMI support groups: NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) binds monthly support groups for family members and caregivers of persons with mental illness (i.e. schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, OCD etc.) on a initial Tuesday of a month, 7 p.m. during St. John’s United Church of Christ, Main St. and Richardson Ave., Lansdale. For some-more information call 215-886-0350.

Nar-Anon: Meets during 7:30 any Tuesday for support for families and friends of addicts during First Baptist Church, 700 N. Broad St., Lansdale.

New Beginnings: a non-denominational amicable organisation open to all widowed persons, binds meetings in a Parish Center of St. Stanislaus Church, 493 E. Main St., Lansdale. For some-more information, call Phyllis during 215-361-2951 or Marlene during 610-272-7324.

Support group: North Penn Visiting Nurse Association will horde a Friends in Grief Support Group Tuesday evenings during 6:30 p.m. and Thursday afternoons during 1:30 p.m. The meetings will be hold during 51 Medical Campus Drive, Lansdale. Registration is required. Call 215-855-8297 ext. 133. The module is giveaway and charity by Hospice of North Penn VNA.

Chronic pain support group: Peace Valley Church of Chalfont sponsors a Chronic Pain Encouragement Group, that meets monthly during Manna on Main Street in Lansdale. Information/Registration: 215-230-7300.

Parents of children on autism spectrum group: Parents of children on a Autism Spectrum are invited to join a support organisation on a second Friday of any month, 7 p.m. during Plains Mennonite Church, 50 W. Orvilla Road, Hatfield. The organisation gathers to give and accept romantic and unsentimental support as good as to sell information, share stories and be some-more effectively versed with skills and insights to primogenitor children on a Autism Spectrum. Catherine Schadler, M.Ed., shares her believe and imagination around topics selected by a group. Pastor Dawn Ranck gives altogether leadership, coordinating a organisation and facilitating a conversation. More information during www.plainsmennonitechurch.org or by job 215-362-7640.

Addiction preparation program: Each month PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery Organization–Achieving Community Together) hosts a Family Addiction Education Program to assistance people and family commend and residence an obsession problem in a spouse, parent, child or other preferred one. Led by lerned volunteers who have been in a same situation, these information and support programs start a initial week of any month and accommodate once a week for 3 uninterrupted weeks. Sessions accommodate on a initial 3 Thursdays of a month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. during North Penn Community Health Foundation in Colmar. Sessions are giveaway and trusted — initial names only. Pre-registration is required. To register, call 800-221-6333 weekdays 9 a.m. by 5 p.m. or revisit www.proact.org and click a Family Education Program link.

Self-help group: PUPS (People Understanding Parkinson’s) A self-help organisation for those adjusting to a new diagnosis or traffic with a early stages of Parkinson’s Disease. Meets fourth Tuesday of a month from 1 to 2:30 p.m., during Abington Health Center, Schilling Campus, Willowwood Building, 2510 Maryland Road, Suite 251, Willow Grove. For some-more information or to RSVP, hit Lorna during 215-542-2931.

Mental health support group: St. John’s United Church of Christ, Main Street and Richardson Avenue, Lansdale, will horde a mental health support organisation for family members and/or caregivers of mental ill persons a initial Tuesday of any month during 7:30 p.m. For some-more information, call a Montgomery County section of a National Alliance on Mental Illness during 215-886-0350 or email montconami@aol.com.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Souderton’s Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book Step Study binds open meetings on Thursdays during a Souderton Mennonite Church, 105 W. Chestnut St., during 7:30 p.m.

Support group:The North Penn Chapter of “To Live Again,” a non-denominational support organisation for widowed persons, binds meetings. For some-more information, call Lois during 215-412-5547.

Support groups: The Wellness Place, 1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, hosts support groups. Information: 215-393-9105. A highlight government module will be hold Mondays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Beginners T’ai chi will be hold from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Intermediate T’ai chi will be hold from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays. A anguish group, open to anyone who has mislaid a preferred one to cancer, will be hold Mondays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. A newcomers’ course for people influenced by cancer will be hold Tuesdays from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. A support organisation for people with cancer will be hold Thursday from 10:15 a.m. to noon and from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Yoga will be hold Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m. Pot aptness lunch will be hold Fridays from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

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Lansdale Public Library

What’s function during a Lansdale Public Library: 301 Vine St., Lansdale. Information: 215-855-3228; inforequests@lansdalelibrary.org; or revisit www.lansdalelibrary.org. The library is open: Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cribbage: Mondays during 1 p.m.

Latino Culture and Spanish Language Club: Tuesdays during 10 a.m. Come out to learn a denunciation or if we pronounce Spanish already, to inverse with others en Español.

Mexican Train Dominoes: Tuesdays during 1 p.m.

Montgomery County Hearing Voices Network: Tuesdays during 4:30 p.m. Options for people who hear, see, or clarity things that others don’t are singular usually by assumptions formed on misinformation and fear. The Montgomery County Hearing Voices Network works to widespread knowledge, awareness, understanding, caring and wish about a conference voices experience.

Get in a Game during Your Library diversion night: Second and fourth Tuesdays during 7 p.m. Join us, move a diversion or name one from a fun different collection: Munchkin, Risk, Fluxx, Settlers of Catan, Carcassonne, Parcheesi, Scrabble, Monopoly, Bananagrams, Apples to Apples. Come play!

Knitting/Crocheting Group: Wednesdays during 4:30 p.m. Beginners, novices, whoever — if you’re looking for a good approach to relax and socialize, a needlework bar is for you. Bring a stream project, or a skein of chronicle and needles to start.

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) Group: Wednesdays during 1 p.m. This mutual-aid organisation helps people make changes to their wellness plans.

Toddler Tales: Thursdays during 10:30 a.m. A storytime tailored generally to toddlers!

Family Story Time: Thursdays during 11:30 a.m. and Fridays during 11:30 a.m. For children ages 3 to 5. Parents and siblings are welcome.

Tiny Tots Storytime: Fridays during 10:30 a.m. Miss Lisa will benefaction her storytime for infants and their parents/caregivers.

Behind a Screens — Robotics: Fridays during 4 p.m. Geared to students age 9 to 16. Learn what creates a drudge work.

Book Club in a Bag: Take advantage of this new charity during a library to review and plead books with friends. There are now 16 titles to crop and select. Patrons can steal a receptacle bag containing mixed copies of a book with a contention beam for any title.

Make-it Monday Drop-in Crafts: Aug. 15 during 10 a.m. The library provides humanities and qualification reserve and ideas. You move a creativity.

B.A.R.K. during Your Library: Aug. 15 during 10:30 a.m. Come review to Petey a therapy dog. He loves to listen!

Library Lab: Aug. 16 during 1 p.m. The library lab is open for we to dump in and run some scholarship experiments.

Book Bingo: Aug. 18 during 1 p.m. Celebrate a “Summer Reading” module and play bingo. Books will be given as prizes.

Friday Afternoon Movies: Showtime is 2 p.m. Aug. 19: “Miracles from Heaven” (PG, 109 minutes) Aug. 26: “Batman vs Superman” (PG-13, 151 minutes)

Amateur Radio License Exam: Aug. 25 during 7 p.m.

The Korean War: Aug. 25 during 7 p.m. Sessions 7 of Mike Sobel’s eight-part series.

Fresh Kids — Healthy Eating Workshop: Aug. 27 during 10:30 a.m. Workshop on healthy eating during a library in team-work with Manna on Main Street.

Lansdale Founders’ Day: Aug. 27. At a library: Founders’ Day Beer Garden 3 to 7 p.m. (on Green Street); used book “sidewalk” sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Susquehanna Avenue); library computers: giveaway entrance to all on this special day (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Throughout Lansdale: Farmers marketplace (Hillcrest on East Main); Festival of Arts (Memorial Park); swimming pools open to all (Fourth Street and Whites Road); story arrangement (Jenkins Homestead); H2O conflict (Fairmount Fire Company); fireworks (Penndale Middle School). For some-more activities, see discoverlansdale.org.

North Wales Area Library

What’s function during a North Wales Area Library: 233 S. Swartley St., North Wales. 215-699-5410; www.northwaleslibrary.org. The library is open Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Baby’s First Book : A benefaction of preparation from a Friends of a NW Area Library, a PA One Book Every Young Child preference is presented to any baby innate to a Library patron. Please stop by or call a Library with a name and birth date of any new baby.

Tai Chi: Certified instructor. Tuesday during 5:45 p.m. and Thursday during 10 am. Eight-week sessions. Contact Linda DeMedio during taichilcd@yahoo.com or 215-694-1863 for information.

Computer Tutoring: Signup for one-on-one assistance to improved know Windows, how to best conduct your files, assistance with Microsoft Word or Excel, Email, browsing a web, confidence questions or anything else specific on your PC. The price is $10/hour, that will support a “Keep Us Alive, Help Us Thrive” Campaign.

Medicare Help: Get assistance a second Tuesday of a month during a library from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Call 610-834-1040 ext. 46 for an appointment.

Tuesday Story Time: Tuesday during 10 a.m. Sponsored by Merck. All ages welcome.

Euchre: The initial Tuesday during 1 p.m.

Mahjong Group: Tuesdays during 12:30 p.m.

Teen Club: Wednesdays from 7 to 8 p.m.

Mexican Train Dominoes: Thursdays during 1 p.m.

Friday Story Time: Friday during 2 p.m. All ages welcome.

Pinochle: Fridays during noon.

Who Let a Dogs In?: Join us for a fun approach to inspire reading! Children register to review aloud to a lerned therapy dog. Children review in a initial come, initial review format. The second, third and fourth Saturdays of any month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Board Game Meetup: Second Saturday of any month from noon to 5 p.m. Come play, learn and have fun with complicated residence games. No believe necessary, usually a eagerness to have fun. Open to beginners and veterans alike; from teenagers to adults. Contact SLopuszanski@gmail.com with any questions.

Summer Reading Club Sumer 2016: Aug. 15 to 19: Multi-Media Art Camp – For students in initial to sixth grade, a week-long stay from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost: $120 price covers all supplies, lunch and a snack. Register during a library. Aug. 17: All a hum about Honey Bees – Will cover bee biology and behavior, products from a hive and pollination and whatever subject competence cocktail up. 1:30 p.m. Aug. 18: Ladybug module with Master Gardener Judy Groben during 10:30 a.m. Aug. 24: Read to a Horse. Back by renouned demand, come review to one of dual therapy horses during a library! 10 a.m. to noon. Also, MOVE along with Lolly YoYo an interactive module for preschool children. Begins during 10:30 a.m.

Golf with Us: Aug. 19 during Mainland Golf Course. Cost: $125 per golfer; $400 for a foursome paid by Jul 1. Shotgun start. Scramble. Light lunch and sit-down dinner.

Art Music

Guests on a Land: Photography by Nicolas Bowen, featuring beautiful, infrequently puzzling images of southeastern Pennsylvania cultivated fields and woodlands, is on arrangement until Nov. 2 during a Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville. Info and directions: www.mhep.org or 215-256-3020.

Church Events

School container collection: Plains Mennonite Church, 50 W. Orvilla Road, Hatfield, invites a open to benefaction School Kits to send to interloper and replaced children around a world. School kits contain: 4 spin or seperated notebooks, 70 sheets and 8.5-by-10.5 inches; 8 unsharpened pencils; one flat, stretchable cosmetic ruler, indicating both 30 centimeters and 12 inches; 12 colored pencils in box; and one vast pencil eraser. Call 215-362-7640 or revisit PlainsMennoniteChurch.org for details. Drop off reserve during a church by a finish of August.

Thrift shop: The Thrift Shop during St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 211 S. Main St., North Wales, is open for business. Store hours are Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The emporium is located during St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, 211 S. Main St., North Wales. Donations of tiny domicile items, books, linens and women’s and children’s wardrobe are supposed during store hours. All deduction are donated to internal charities.

Community

Restaurant open: The Restaurant and Bakery during North Montco Technical Career Center will be opening to a open any Wednesday and Thursday during a propagandize year. The grill is open for breakfast from 8:45 to 10 a.m. and for lunch from 12:15 to 1:45 p.m. For some-more information or to make a reservation, call 215-368-1177 ext. 193. Visit www.nmtcc.org for a weekly grill menu and bakery specials. North Montco Technical Career Center is located during 1265 Sumneytown Pike in Towamencin.

Chorus seeks members: The North Pennsmen Barbershop Chorus is seeking new members. The membership includes organisation of all ages and walks of life, from high propagandize age, to immature adults, adults, to seniors. Contests and conventions are hold in a open and tumble and attract between 600 and 2,000 singers during any event. The North Pennsmen also perform during many internal village fairs, comparison communities, sports events and churches. The North Pennsmen discipline any Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. during a Central Schwenkfelder Church, 211 Valley Forge Road, Worcester. For some-more information, greatfully revisit their site during www.northpennsmen.org or call them during 215-393-1940.

Bingo: The Knights of Columbus, Pius IX Council horde 25 games of Bingo on a initial and second Friday nights of any month. Doors open during 5:30 p.m. with a initial diversion starting during 6:45 p.m. Game cards start during $9 per book for play all night. Las Vegas tickets, 50/50 and additional Jackpot Bingo games via a evening. Kitchen open with food for purchase. Knights of Columbus gymnasium is located during 258 West 8th Street in Lansdale, on a dilemma of Eighth Street and Kenilworth Ave. Call 215-368-3044 or info@kofC4396.org for some-more information.

Donations sought: Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 533 Foundry Road, West Norriton, is open Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., charity furniture, lamps, lighting fixtures, paint, tile, flooring and many more. Donations are supposed during a ReStore until 15 mins before closing. To news a pick-up for donated items, call 610-631-3149. Restore volunteers are also indispensable and training/orientation is provided.

Heartland Hospice: Heartland Hospice is looking for caring and dedicated people with an seductiveness in portion terminally ill patients and their families in a larger Philadelphia area. Volunteer classes are accessible to fit any person’s schedule. Please call 610-941-6700 for some-more information.

Stiches of Love: Are we prophesy marred or blind and would like to try your palm during knitting, crocheting, weaving, or other crafts? Come join us in a “Stitches of Love” module on a initial and third Thursday of any month, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sessions are hold during a Montgomery County Association for a Blind (MCAB), 212 N. Main St., third floor, North Wales. Volunteers are also welcome. For some-more information we competence hit MCAB during 215-661-9800.

Volunteers sought: Holy Redeemer HomeCare and Hospice seeks merciful and emotionally mature volunteers to yield support to internal hospice patients and their families in Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. Volunteers competence also support with pet therapy and executive work within a hospice dialect and are requested to have daytime availability. Hospice studious caring volunteers revisit with patients in their homes or nursing comforts once a week for dual to 3 hours. They yield romantic support and fraternisation to patients and family members, support with errands or yield remit for caregivers. Bereavement volunteers support a families of hospice patients following a detriment of a preferred one, while executive volunteers support with typing, mailings and/or filing. Hospice caring workers yield a good use to families and preferred ones of hospice patients. Many volunteers also news a good bargain of personal remuneration as a outcome of their services. Patient caring and anguish volunteers finish an focus and attend an 18-hour proffer training module that covers a medical, psychological and devout aspects of hospice volunteering. Day and dusk training programs are offered. To pointer adult for proffer opportunities in Pennsylvania, hit Holy Redeemer Volunteer Coordinator Jean Francis during 215-698-3737 or email jfrancis@holyredeemer.com.

Meals on Wheels: The North Penn Visiting Nurse Association’s Meals on Wheels module is looking for volunteers to container or broach dishes to a aged and infirmed. Meals are packaged and delivered mornings, Monday by Friday. You can proffer for as many days per week or month as we would like. Packaging dishes requires approximately 2-1/2 hours of your time any day and involves creation sandwiches, wrapping food into particular portion containers and make-up coolers with a meals. Delivering dishes requires approximately 90 mins of your time any day and involves loading coolers into your car and delivering a track of approximately 10 to 15 stops. The Meals on Wheels module is also in need of emergency, winter-weather volunteers to container and broach dishes in bad weather. North Penn VNA is located during 51 Medical Campus Drive in Lansdale and delivers dishes in a Lansdale, North Wales and Blue Bell areas. For some-more information or to volunteer, greatfully call Bridget, North Penn VNA Meals on Wheels coordinator, during 215-855-6016.

Upper Gwynedd Fire Department programs: Upper Gwynedd Fire Department Cellphone Recycling Program — We are now usurpation used dungeon phones. Please dump off your used dungeon phone during UG Fire residence – 660 Garfield Ave, West Point, Tuesday night between 6 and 7 p.m. or during Hoagie sale – 2nd Saturday of any month. The Upper Gwynedd Fire Department is looking for volunteers — While it competence warn we to learn that glow word is supposing in Upper Gwynedd by 50 volunteers who accept no remuneration during all, this is a norm, not a exception. Approximately 97 percent of a glow companies in a Commonwealth are volunteer. We are looking for firefighters, discerning response medical personnel, youth firefighers, special glow police, and active members that can assistance during fundraisers and take caring of executive duties. To proffer revisit a website during www.ugfd.org or stop by any Tuesday night. The Upper Gwynedd Fire Department is always looking for cars to be donated to a glow department. If we have an aged car that we are looking to sell or dispose of, because not benefaction it to a glow department? Your tax-deductible concession goes a prolonged approach and helps a initial responders get profitable training. These vehicles are indispensable to keep adult a training and skills in car extrication. You can even watch as a members spin your aged car into scrap, all in a name of good training. All we need from we is your car and title, and we take caring of a rest. If your car is comparison than 10 years, a pretension is not needed. A concession receipt will be supposing to you. Call 267-228-5949 for some-more information.

Drama Dance

Line dancing: North Penn Lodge No. 1979 will horde nation line dancing on Tuesdays and pitch dancing on Wednesdays during a North Penn ELKS, 2737 Trewingtown Road, ColMarch Beginners’ lessons start during 7 p.m. The cost is $8. For some-more information call Dave during 215-997-7688.

Dance classes: Dance classes during a PEAK Center, 1292 Allentown Road, Towamencin: Ballroom dance classes: Learn a basement of a fox trot, cha cha, jitterbug and waltz. Beginners ballroom: Thursdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Intermediate ballroom: Thursdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Beginners line dancing: Thursdays, 12:30-1 p.m. Line dancing: Thursdays, 1 p.m. Tap dancing: Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. Cost is $24 for six-week sessions. Call 215-362-7432 for information and registration. Instructor John Long has been training ballroom, daub and line dance during many venues including a PEAK Center for over 20 years.

For Kids Families

Awana Club: Calvary Baptist Church in Lansdale binds an Awana Club for boys and girls ages 3 adult by a sixth category any Wednesday night during a propagandize year. Come join hundreds of other children any week as they attend in a tiny organisation time, a chapel time and a one-of-a-kind diversion time. Club runs from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Minimal cost involved. Please hit Pastor John during 215-368-4444 ext. 110) for some-more information.

Children of a American Revolution: Girls and Boys from initial to 12th category are invited to join a section of a Children of a American Revolution. C.A.R. provides opportunities for a child to rise a adore of, and a honour for, a country. The National Society of a Children of a American Revolution, founded in 1895, is a oldest nationalistic classification for youths in a county. Membership is open to all children who are descendants of patriots of a American Revolution. Let your child see story come alive by a eyes of their Revolutionary War Ancestor. Monthly meetings and activities are being designed for all ages. For some-more information greatfully hit Stephanie during SSeely00@comcast.net or Linn during DAR_news@verizon.net.

North Penn YMCA events: The North Penn YMCA, Lansdale Branch, 608 E. Main St., Lansdale, hosts events for children. Information: 215-368-1601. The North Penn YMCA will horde a School’s Out Program, where children will be ecstatic to a YMCA from area schools for before and after propagandize care. Children will suffer activities like swimming, art and music, aptness readiness, mechanism lab, special gym programs and a “Reading Nook.” Space is limited. For some-more information, call a array above, ext. 232.

Health

Flu shots: North Penn VNA reminds area residents that it is not too late to get your influenza shot. North Penn Visiting Nurse Association still has influenza (influenza) shots available. Shots are giveaway for adults who use Medicare B as their primary health insurance. Medicare cards contingency be presented to accept a vaccine during no cost. All others will be charged $25, payable in money or by check. A receipt will be supposing so we competence obtain payment from your word company. Please call 215-855-6191 to news a time that is accessible for we to accept your influenza shot.

Yoga: Experience your True Self by Sahaja Yoga Meditation: Free classes any Saturday 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. during Lansdale Parks and Recreation Building 660 Lansdale Ave. (at 7th Street), Lansdale, 19946 For some-more information: 215-361-7137 or info@synorthpenn.org.

Meetings Lectures

Seven surprises encountered when essay a story of Mennonites in Ontario: Sam Steiner will pronounce about his new book, “In Search of PromMennonite history: Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville has a 300-Year History of Mennonite Life decorated by video, exhibits, artifacts and fraktur. Archives are accessible for ancestral study. The benefaction emporium and museum are open Tuesday by Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Information: revisit www.mhep.org.

Medicare Seminars: Free Medicare 101 Seminars are hold during a Lansdale Public Library on a second Tuesday of any month during 7 p.m. Presenter is Dan Small from SilverTone Med Plans. Info: 610-409-1998. No RSVP required.

Breakfast News Network: 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. during Normandy Farm Hotel (1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, PA 19422) $15 members, includes full smorgasboard breakfast. Join us for a networking module during Normandy Farm Hotel any Thursday morning for breakfast, business news, ominous speakers and copiousness of networking. The cost includes a full breakfast buffet. Copies of a business cards will be done accessible to those who would like them.

Toastmasters: Do we have a fear of open speaking? Blue Bell Toastmasters Club can help. We accommodate from 7 to 9 p.m. on a second and fourth Tuesday during a Marriott Courtyard, located on Route 202, directly opposite from a Montgomeryville Mall. Learn how to urge communication and caring skills in a accessible and bargain environment. Guests are welcome. Admission fee: $5. For some-more info, revisit www.bbtoast.org.

The LeTip Chapter of Gwynedd: Meets any Tuesday during 7:16 a.m. We accommodate during a Clubhouse Too Diner during a dilemma of Sumneytown Pike Church Road in Lansdale. LeTip is a veteran business lead sell network. Please call and join us for a meeting. Call 215-779-0723

LeTip of Lansdale: A veteran networking classification with a purpose of exchanging business leads. Attend one of a breakfast meetings to learn how LeTip will advantage your business. LeTip of Lansdale meets any Thursday from 7:01 to 8:31 a.m. during Franconi’s Restaurant, 1200 Welsh Road in North Wales. Please hit Elena Sickles during 610-222-4205 for some-more information about a chapter.

The Greater North Penn Regional Collaborative Board of Directors: Public meetings hold a second Tuesday of any month from 10:30 a.m. to noon during a North Penn Visiting Nurse Association, 51 Medical Campus Drive, Lansdale. For some-more information, call Kathleen Fitzgerald during 215-855-8296.

The Firefighters Auxiliary of a Colmar Volunteer Fire Company: Interested participants can live in any town. Meetings are hold a second Wednesday of any month during 8 p.m. during a firehall, 2700 Walnut Street, ColMarch For some-more information, call Carol during 215-361-9620.

Single Volunteers of Bucks County: Meets any third Tuesday dusk during 7 p.m. during Andrews Hall (part of Doylestown Presbyterian Church), 125 Mechanic Street. Parking is located on Church Street. On all other Tuesdays, a organisation meets during a Churchville Nature Center on Churchville Lane. The organisation is for singles who wish to make friends while assisting their village by volunteering. For some-more information or directions, revisit www.svbucks.org.

The Lansdale Chapter of a American Association of University Women: Meets a third Tuesday of any month from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. during a North Penn High School District Educational Service Center, Church Road and Hancock Street, Lansdale. Meetings are giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, call 215-368-9665 or revisit http://aauwlansdale.org.

PRO-ACT: A volunteer-based, grassroots classification that works to revoke a tarnish of drug/alcohol obsession and to safeguard a accessibility of diagnosis options, hosts informational sessions. Information: 215-489-6120 ext. 3 (Maura Farrell).

Seniors

The PEAK Center: 1292 Allentown Road, Lansdale, will offer a following programs. For some-more information, revisit www.peakcenter.org or call 215-362-7432.

Glucose Testing: Quarterly (call for subsequent date) from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. No charge. Offered by Bayada Nurses. Fasting is not required, though if we have breakfast, it is best to extent your sugarine intake.

Abington Community Health Screenings: Second Tuesday of a month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. No charge. Offered by Abington Health Services. See a helper to plead health concerns and have your blood vigour checked.

Fit for a Future I: Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 to 10 a.m. Fit for a Future II: Tuesdays from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. and Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost: $4. Taught by Kim Zimmerman. Formerly named Healthy Steps in Motion, this module has a new name, though is a same good class! Routines embody stretching, walking, coherence strength training. Join us to use with this accessible group.

Fitness Center: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. PEAK participants can use a aptness core room! If we are interested, we contingency be evaluated to use it by Kim Zimmerman. A PEAK Center worker will be on palm if we need anything. See Sandi during a Welcome Desk to set adult time to be evaluated.

Line Dancing: Beginner: Thursdays from 12:30 to 1 p.m.; Experienced: Thursdays from 1 to 2 p.m. Cost: $4 Instructed by John Long. John Long teaches all: from amateur to advanced, even those with mixed left feet! Beginner category participants are acquire to stay for gifted category during no additional charge.

Semi-Personal Trainer: Call or revisit a Welcome Desk for appointment. Cost: $10 per particular participant. Kim Zimmerman offers one-hour-long semi-personal training sessions for adult to 3 participants during a time. Sign adult now for a particular courtesy we deserve.

Stretch a Pain Away: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 3 to 4 p.m. Stiff joints and achy muscles make removing by a day formidable – generally if that annoy is compounded with neck and behind pain. Keeping your neck and behind stretchable competence assistance assuage some of a pain that has been plaguing your life. The best approach to nimble adult your muscles, tendons and ligaments is to stretch, though usually if a stretches are achieved rightly and consistently. Join this counterpart led organisation to widen that pain away!

Growing Stronger: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 to 10 a.m. Fee: $40 per six-week session. Call for subsequent eventuality date. Weight temperament use and low-impact strength training.

Tap Dancing: Thursdays from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cost: $4. This category is enterprising and discerning moving. Join John Long and a PEAK Tappers. Beginners are acquire to come a initial half hour, stay to observe a “pros” or usually burst in.

Total Body Toning: Wednesdays 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Peer-led module designed to boost coherence and strength while shortening a fear of losing balance. Through a use of bands and leg weights, a exercises are mutated to compare your particular needs and abilities.

Wii Bowling: First and third Wednesdays of a month during 10 a.m. Experience a health and amicable advantages of this fun program. Standing or seated, no complicated round or bizarre shoes.

Zumba Chair: Wednesdays from 12:45 to 1:30 p.m. Cost: $4. If we adore Latin and Middle Eastern sounds, though a suit seems too risky, Zumba CHAIR is a use category for you.

Zumba Gold: Mondays from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. Cost: $4. Enjoy this aerobic use category conducted to a sounds of a Caribbean with a bit of a Mediterranean thrown in. Take it during your possess pace.

Tai Chi: Tuesdays from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. Cost: $4. Tai Chi movements strengthen balance, coordination, flexibility, flesh relaxation, physique recognition mental concentration.

Yoga: Thursdays from 9 to 10 a.m. Cost: $4. Instructed by Terri Kuenzer. Tough to get adult and down? PEAK’s Yoga clergyman is so FLEXIBLE, she can learn we to do Yoga from a chair. Seated, station or fibbing down, you’ll adore it.

Joint Freeing Series Class: The PEAK Center in Lansdale, 1292 Allentown Road, Suite A, Lansdale, now offers a Joint Freeing Series Class on Fridays from 11 to 11:45 a.m. All in a chair, these 22 elementary yoga viewpoint formed exercises assistance to disencumber all a joints, from toes to a head. Learn this pleasing and peaceful ancient use from India. Cost is $4 per class. Instructed by Terri Kuenzer. For some-more information, call The PEAK Center for some-more information during 215-362-7432.

Macular Degeneration Program: Aug. 17 during 12:30 p.m. Learn about macular degeneration. Macular lapse is a common condition among comparison adults, inspiring a macula, a executive partial of a retina that allows we to see excellent details. Wet macular lapse is characterized by bizarre blood vessels building underneath a macula. Dry macular lapse causes a cells in a macula to mangle down. Presented by Susan DeLaurentis, Opthamology Physicians Surgeons. There is no assign to attend in this program. Call 215-362-7432 for some-more information. Please note: This is a rescheduled program.

Support

Weight detriment group: TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) has started a new section during Sanctuary United Methodist Church, 1346 E. Prospect Ave., North Wales. We accommodate on Monday evenings with private import in’s starting during 6:30 followed by a assembly during 7 p.m. We are a flourishing section and acquire new members. You are acquire to come and lay in on a assembly for giveaway to see if we could be a support organisation that we are looking for. If we confirm to join, annual fees are usually $28 and embody a TOPS repository mailed to your home bimonthly. Monthly impost are $4 and many mostly we are means to acquire that behind thru a weekly weight detriment formed contests.

Common Bond: A support, brotherhood organisation for widowed, divorced organisation and women over age 50 binds monthly contention a initial Sunday of a month in a library of St. John’s Lutheran Church, 505 N. York Road, Hatboro. Orientation for new members is during 2 p.m. Discussion from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. New members welcome. Reservations are necessary. For some-more information, call 215-675-3947 or 215-918-3376.

Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families Support Group: Meets Wednesdays during 7:30 p.m. during a Church of a Messiah, Route 202, Gwynedd. For some-more information, call Erin during 610-631-1014.Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter sponsors monthly family caregiver support organisation meetings during dual locations. Pre-registration is not required. Information: 1-800-272-3900.

Dock Woods Community: Meets during 275 Dock Drive, Lansdale, third Thursday of a month, 3 to 5 p.m.

North Penn Visiting Nurse Association: Meets during 51 Medical Campus Drive, Board Room, Lansdale, initial Thursday of a month, 7 to 9 p.m.

Caregiver support group: A new family caregiver support organisation will be charity a fourth Tuesday of a month during 2:30 p.m. during Clare Bridge of Montgomery, 1089 Horsham Road. Bereavement Counseling: Professional conversing for individuals, couples, children and families traffic with detriment and bereavement. Contact Emily, Vincent, Clinical Director during 610-222-4110, ext. 103.

Griefshare: Bethany Bible Fellowship Church, 75 W. Broad St., Hatfield, will benefaction Griefshare, a giveaway special weekly convention and support organisation for people who are lamentation a genocide of someone tighten to them. If we have mislaid a spouse, child, family member or friend, we have substantially found that there are not many people who know a low harm we feel. This organisation is sponsored by people who know what we are experiencing and wish to offer we comfort and support during this formidable time. GriefShare is a nondenominational organisation and comforts biblical training on grief and liberation topics.

Elkins Park Area CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder): Meets a initial Tuesday of any month, 7 to 8:30 p.m., during Einstein during Elkins Park Hospital in Elkins Park. For information on CHADD or ADHD, greatfully see a website www.chadd.net/249 or call Claire Noyes at: 215-779-6656.

Gilda’s Club Delaware Valley: The organization’s goal is to yield a assembly place where people with cancer and their families and friends can join others to build amicable and romantic support as a addition to medical care. Free of assign and nonprofit, Gilda’s Club offers support and networking groups, lectures, workshops and amicable events in a comfortable, home-like setting. Gilda’s Club Delaware Valley is located in Warminster during 200 Kirk Road. Their phone array is 215-441-3290 or revisit on a internet during www.gildasclubdelval.org.

Infertility counseling: Home Town Counseling is now charity organisation therapy for couples and people influenced by infertility. The organisation will accommodate dual Wednesdays a month from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. in Hatfield. For some-more information or directions, call 215-631-7166.

Support group: The Independent Adults with Neuro-Muscular Diseases (IAND) support organisation assists those with Parkinson’s disease, MS and all neuro-muscular disorders. It is a dilemma bid between North Penn VNA and Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) Broomal office. The organisation meets on a initial Wednesday of any month during North Penn Visiting Nurse Association during 51 Medical Campus Drive in Lansdale during 7 p.m. For some-more information, greatfully hit North Penn VNA during 215-855-7343.

NAMI support groups: NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) binds monthly support groups for family members and caregivers of persons with mental illness (i.e. schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, OCD etc.) on a initial Tuesday of a month, 7 p.m. during St. John’s United Church of Christ, Main St. and Richardson Ave., Lansdale. For some-more information call 215-886-0350.

Nar-Anon: Meets during 7:30 any Tuesday for support for families and friends of addicts during First Baptist Church, 700 N. Broad St., Lansdale.

New Beginnings: a non-denominational amicable organisation open to all widowed persons, binds meetings in a Parish Center of St. Stanislaus Church, 493 E. Main St., Lansdale. For some-more information, call Phyllis during 215-361-2951 or Marlene during 610-272-7324.

Support group: North Penn Visiting Nurse Association will horde a Friends in Grief Support Group Tuesday evenings during 6:30 p.m. and Thursday afternoons during 1:30 p.m. The meetings will be hold during 51 Medical Campus Drive, Lansdale. Registration is required. Call 215-855-8297 ext. 133. The module is giveaway and charity by Hospice of North Penn VNA.

Chronic pain support group: Peace Valley Church of Chalfont sponsors a Chronic Pain Encouragement Group, that meets monthly during Manna on Main Street in Lansdale. Information/Registration: 215-230-7300.

Parents of children on autism spectrum group: Parents of children on a Autism Spectrum are invited to join a support organisation on a second Friday of any month, 7 p.m. during Plains Mennonite Church, 50 W. Orvilla Road, Hatfield. The organisation gathers to give and accept romantic and unsentimental support as good as to sell information, share stories and be some-more effectively versed with skills and insights to primogenitor children on a Autism Spectrum. Catherine Schadler, M.Ed., shares her believe and imagination around topics selected by a group. Pastor Dawn Ranck gives altogether leadership, coordinating a organisation and facilitating a conversation. More information during www.plainsmennonitechurch.org or by job 215-362-7640.

Addiction preparation program: Each month PRO-ACT (Pennsylvania Recovery Organization–Achieving Community Together) hosts a Family Addiction Education Program to assistance people and family commend and residence an obsession problem in a spouse, parent, child or other preferred one. Led by lerned volunteers who have been in a same situation, these information and support programs start a initial week of any month and accommodate once a week for 3 uninterrupted weeks. Sessions accommodate on a initial 3 Thursdays of a month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. during North Penn Community Health Foundation in Colmar. Sessions are giveaway and trusted — initial names only. Pre-registration is required. To register, call 800-221-6333 weekdays 9 a.m. by 5 p.m. or revisit www.proact.org and click a Family Education Program link.

Self-help group: PUPS (People Understanding Parkinson’s) A self-help organisation for those adjusting to a new diagnosis or traffic with a early stages of Parkinson’s Disease. Meets fourth Tuesday of a month from 1 to 2:30 p.m., during Abington Health Center, Schilling Campus, Willowwood Building, 2510 Maryland Road, Suite 251, Willow Grove. For some-more information or to RSVP, hit Lorna during 215-542-2931.

Mental health support group: St. John’s United Church of Christ, Main Street and Richardson Avenue, Lansdale, will horde a mental health support organisation for family members and/or caregivers of mental ill persons a initial Tuesday of any month during 7:30 p.m. For some-more information, call a Montgomery County section of a National Alliance on Mental Illness during 215-886-0350 or email montconami@aol.com.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Souderton’s Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book Step Study binds open meetings on Thursdays during a Souderton Mennonite Church, 105 W. Chestnut St., during 7:30 p.m.

Support group:The North Penn Chapter of “To Live Again,” a non-denominational support organisation for widowed persons, binds meetings. For some-more information, call Lois during 215-412-5547.

Support groups: The Wellness Place, 1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, hosts support groups. Information: 215-393-9105. A highlight government module will be hold Mondays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Beginners T’ai chi will be hold from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Intermediate T’ai chi will be hold from 7 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays. A anguish group, open to anyone who has mislaid a preferred one to cancer, will be hold Mondays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. A newcomers’ course for people influenced by cancer will be hold Tuesdays from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. A support organisation for people with cancer will be hold Thursday from 10:15 a.m. to noon and from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Yoga will be hold Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m. Pot aptness lunch will be hold Fridays from 12 to 1:30 p.m.

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