Lunch and Learn for

Seniors*
Space limited, registration required
for each program. A variety of soups
and salad will be served at each
program.
• All About Chocolate
Monday, April 1, noon
We all know chocolate as a tasty
treat. However, do you know how
and where this very popular snack
is made? Do you understand about
the different types of chocolate? And
is it really healthy? Kathy Byrnes
from KCCES will answer these
questions, and maybe share a
taste or two!
• Powers of Attorneys:
Which One Do You
Need?
Monday, April 29, noon
Do you know there is more than
one type of POA? Join local attorney
William Lunceford to learn about
the different forms and fnd out
which one(s) is right for you.
• Vegetable Container
Gardening
Monday, May 20, noon
Short on growing space in your
garden this year? Learn about seed-
ing, planting, early use and caring
for a vegetable container garden
with Andrea Dee from the KCCES.
Seniors Can Compute*
Classes will get you started using
the computer. Learn to use the
Internet, write letters with Word and
communicate with others using
email. Space limited.
• New Computer Users
Thursday, April 4, 1:30 p.m.
• Exploring the Internet
Thursday, April 11, 1:30 p.m.
• Learn to Email
Thursday, April 18, 1:30 p.m.
• Using Word for Letters
& Lists
Thursday, April 25, 1:30 p.m.
Meet the Author:
Hal McFarland
Sunday, April 14, 2 p.m.
Local author Hal McFarland dis-
cusses his book, A Dream Within
a Dream. This title is a fctional-
ized account of the 1943 murder of
Carl and Jerry Kiger and the trial
of sixteen-year old Joan Kiger. This
true crime stunned the Northern
Kentucky area and the questions
surrounding the murders still reso-
nate. There will be a book signing
after the presentation.
Adult Book
Discussions
Dream Within A Dream
by Hal McFarland
Tuesday, April 16, 7 p.m.
Midnight in the Garden of
Good and Evil by John Berendt
Tuesday, May 21, 7 p.m.
Pick up your book at reference desk
and read prior to discussion.
Wills and Trusts with
William Lunceford
Sunday, April 21, 2 p.m.
Join attorney William Lunceford as
he explains the difference between
a will and a trust and learn what
might work best for your situation.
Light refreshments will be served.
Movie vs. Book:
Midnight in the Garden of
Good and Evil
Friday, May 10, 6 p.m.
The most important party of the
Savannah Christmas season ends
with a bang! When affable host Jim
Williams (Kevin Spacey) shoots a
man to death. The party is over, the
investigation begins. Join us tonight
for the movie and come back next
week for the book discussion.
Kenton County Public Library
A S E R I E S F O R
Seniors!
April and May 2013
WWW.KENTONLIBRARY.ORG
William E. Durr Branch 1992 Walton-Nicholson Rd., Independence (859) 962-4030

All programs are free.
Register by calling
(859) 962-4031 when the
program has an asterisk.*
YUM!
Lunch and Learn for
Seniors*
Space limited, registration required
for each program. Limit 1 session
per month per person. Catering
generously provided by Madonna
Manor.
• Do Pigs Fly?
Monday, April 8, noon
Learn the true story
of how pigs helped
build Cincinnati
(porkopolis)
with a docent
from the
Cincinnati
Museum Center.
• Butter in the
Morning*
Monday, April 22, noon
Celebrate and refect on Kentucky’s
unique agrarian culture through a
funny and touching presentation by
humorist, folklorist, and memoirist
Georgia Green Stamper.
• Remembering the
Ludlow Lagoon
Monday, May 6, noon
Go back in time with a trip to the
amusement park Ludlow Lagoon!
Learn about its history with Dave
Schroeder, executive director of the
Library.
• The Warmest Room
in the House*
Monday, May 13, noon
Experience some “high-tech”
kitchen gadgetry of the past, and
travel down memory lane to your
mother’s and grandmother’s
kitchens with historian Ernest
Martin Tucker.
*This program was funded
in part by the
Kentucky
Humanities
Council.
Active for
Life!
Tuesdays &
Thursdays in April,
9:30-10:30 a.m.
Increase your strength, fex-
ibility, energy level, and over-
all health in this biweekly
exercise program for older
adults. Most exercises are
done from a chair, but a few
include standing poses. Please
bring your own small weights.
Taught by an instructor from
Silverlake “The Family Place.”
Seniors Can Compute*
Classes will get you started using
the computer. Learn the basics of
using a computer, how to use the
Internet and communicate and stay
connected with others using email
and Facebook. Space limited.
• Facebook
for Seniors
Tuesday,
April 9,
6:30 p.m.
• First Time
Computer
Users
Thursday,
April 11, 6:30 p.m.
& Monday, May 13,
10 a.m.
• Email for
Beginners
Thursday, April 18,
6:30 p.m.
• Exploring the
Internet
Thursday, May 16,
6:30p.m.
Music with the
Red Cedars
Thursday, April 25,
7 p.m.
Enjoy old timey
heartfelt roots mu-
sic — bluegrass,
folk, Americana
with the duo The
Red Cedars!
Senior Movie Day
• Wednesday, April 24,
1 p.m.
Watch and discuss “Send Me No
Flowers” starring Rock Hudson,
Doris Day, and Tony Randall.
Cosponsored by Madonna Manor.
• Wednesday, May 29, 1 p.m.
Watch and discuss the classic
“National Velvet” starring Eliza-
beth Taylor and Mickey Rooney.
Cosponsored by Madonna Manor.
Kenton County Public Library
A S E R I E S F O R
Seniors!
April and May 2013
Erlanger Branch Library 401 Kenton Lands Road, (859) 962-4002
All programs are free.
Register by calling
(859) 962-4002 when the
program has an asterisk.*
WWW.KENTONLIBRARY.ORG
Learn
the basics
of using a
computer!
Georgia
Green
Stamper

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