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  1. Annual Holiday Recycle Sale

    December 6, 2019, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    Mark your calendars for the 4th Annual Holiday Recycle Sale!! Bring a friend and shop from a selection of new and gently used ornaments, wreaths, candles, jewelry, children’s books, dishes (including service for 8 or 12), toys, gift bags/wrapping items, tins, and many other items for your home and office. Our boutique table will include in-the-box hostess gifts and collectables from Spode, Annalee, and Snow Village. New items displayed each day, so plan to visit more than once. Thursday and Friday are Bargain Days!

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  2. Age Management Discussion Group

    December 6, 2019, 10:45 AM

    Friday, December 6th 10:45 am Join Paul Peterson as he leads this discussion group focusing on age management. The group will discuss a variety of topics including dealing with the aging process; what are the prospects and innovations for the future; can you slow aging, stop it altogether or even reverse it; and what treatments and medications are now being tested. Come to learn more about this relevant, ever-changing topic and to share your experiences and knowledge.

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  3. Winchester School of Chinese Culture: Making Chinese Fans

    December 6, 2019, 1:00 PM

    Often a symbol of status, the Chinese fan dates to the first century and used animal bones, wood or bamboo for the ribs. Handles were engraved with intricate designs and the face contained beautiful embroidered scenes of mountains, waters or flowers. Their use expanded to be an integral part of dance performances. Jennifer Zhang from the Winchester School of Chinese Culture will share more about these beautiful objects and teach you to make one to take home. Registration requested.

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