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A Civil War Christmas (virtual)

This virtual presentation, accompanied by a slideshow, discusses the experiences of the Civil War soldier during the Christmas seasons of 1861 - 1865. Away from home, soldiers celebrated the season in different ways together in camp on the march and on the battlefield. The program will also discuss how Christmas was celebrated in the Civil […]

Mindfulness and Holiday Stress (virtual)

Daily stressors can become cumulative and reduce our quality of life. For many people, the holidays can be a time of additional stress compounded by relationships, monetary concerns and social obligations. Practicing mindfulness -- experiencing the present moment without judgment – can help you manage stress and improve your quality of life. Join Carolyn Schindewolf, […]

Side Effects of Cancer Therapies (virtual)

Drs. Maqsood Amjad and Philip A. Pancari, from Astera Cancer Care, address the toxicities and side effects of cancer therapies, including chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, immunotherapy, target treatments, and oral cancer drugs. Participants will learn what to look for with these therapies and how to lessen these toxicities. Please email hopeprogs@mcl.org to register to receive link to program. […]

Quilting Through the Centuries: Women’s Life and History in America (virtual)

Quilting is one of the oldest forms of women’s crafting. Discover how the history of quilting in the United States mirrors the history of women from colonial times to today. Learn about Liberty Hall’s women and view some of Liberty Hall’s oldest quilts. This program will be presented by Hannah Gaston, a Coordinator of School […]

Christmas and the Winter Solstice (virtual)

Since prehistory, the winter solstice has been seen as a significant time of year in many cultures and has been marked by festivals and rituals. The pagan Scandinavian and Germanic people of northern Europe celebrated a twelve-day "midwinter" (winter solstice) holiday called Yule (also called Jul, Julblot, jólablót, midvinterblot, julofferfest). Join Jeff Kampf from Lifelong […]