Free ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes are now being offered at the Fostoria Learning Center and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
** Learn essential skills for use in the work place.
** Discover important life skills.
** Additional help for students interested in receiving American citizenship, a G.E.D., or other college entrance exam prep.
To register contact: Anitha Thomas at (419) 788-0177 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These events fill up very quickly, so if you would like to attend, please register as soon as possible.
Join us for an evening with doTerra Wellness Advocate Kim Foreman, for an upbeat program learning how to elevate your health and wellness with essential oils. Ask questions, experience the oils and take home a sample of a blend made just for you! Cost: $15.00. Please RSVP at 419.448.7485 or email email@example.com.
The meeting will feature a special program by Dr. Amy Berger, who will talk about geological wonders of the world, as well as share some of her travel experiences.
The program will be preceded by the Friends’ business meeting. Current and old business will be discussed, Library Director Matthew Ross will give a state of the library, and the election of officers will take place.
Annual dues will also be collected at the meeting. The program and meeting are open to the public.
The Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Chapter serves Seneca County! Every third Friday of the month, the Alzheimer’s Association will be at the Kiwanis Manor for programs or individual consultations. Call 419) 448-4541 or 419-522-5050 for more information.
The Alzheimer’s Association offers a wide variety of programs and services specifically designed for individuals diagnosed with the disease as well as families, caregivers, professionals, and the community as a whole. Presentations/programs are geared to the audience and will include information on warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, brain health, dementia risk reduction strategies, communication tips, and various other topics.
For more information about any programs or services in your area please contact: Tessa Clark, Program Coordinator, Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter, 2121 Park Avenue West, Ontario, OH 44906 or business office: 419.522-5050.
Hosted with Seneca County’s Ohio Early Intervention, toys and activities will be offered to children ages 18 months to five years, to interact with their caregivers in an unstructured, creative play. Participants are able to drop in anytime or stay the whole time. No registration necessary.
For more information, call 419-447-3751.
The public is welcome to stop by and see this interactive exhibit from CARSA (Community Action for Reducing Substance Abuse). Participants will inspect a model of a teen’s bedroom to learn common places drugs and alcohol may be hidden and to identify indicators of substance use and high-risk teen behavior.