September 20, 2014
What do a mermaid, a unicorn tail, and a two-headed cow have in common? They are all the types of “artifacts” included in traveling displays of oddities which were a popular form of entertainment before movies. Check out some of the strange items in the Bartholomew County Historical Society’s collection and make a curiosity to take home that will be sure to impress your friends! Our Saturday Samplers are monthly family friendly workshops catered towards small children.
Paulette Roberts will discuss Underground Railroad connections in Bartholomew County. Program is open to the public and sponsored by the Bartholomew County Genealogical Society.
September 22, 2014
Kim Brown, Health Science Program Chair at Harrison College, will help you in making the most of your medical appointments with your doctor. She will cover tips on how to get ready for your visit; how to effectively discuss health concerns, including sensitive issues; how to make collaborative decisions about treatment; how to remember what was discussed following the appointment and other important topics.
September 23, 2014
The Purdue College of Technology in Columbus is inviting you and your family to attend an open house on September 23 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence. Join us for free food, games, and activities while learning about PCOT and our degree programs. Get help applying to Purdue College of Technology Columbus and more! Visit purdue.edu/columbus or call 812.348.2027 for more information.
September 24, 2014
Using Excel 2007 learn how to create and format a personal budget. Discover the auto fill feature and explore free templates available from Microsoft.
Millions of Americans battle headaches and migraines daily. Pain of the head, neck, and TMJ affect more than 25% of the population. Studies suggest that up to 85% of the TMJ/ facial pain disorders are muscle related. What if treating the muscle trigger points with Botox would relieve your pain? Presenter Dr. Christopher Bartels, DDS, is a specialist in facial pain and will discuss non-surgical treatment options to the public.
September 25, 2014
Travel the World – Right Here in Columbus!
Join First United Methodist Church and Learning Tree Preschool in a celebration of cultures. Bring your family for an evening of discovery and exploration. See the world from the eyes of families who want to share their culture and knowledge. Try out the activities that make their countries so unique. American dinner choices are available for purchase: hot dogs, cheese pizza, smoothies, drinks and chips. Rain or Shine.
Formulas, cell references, graphs and pivot tables will be covered along with data manipulation utilizing the Consolidate, Sort and Filter commands.
Receive guidance to help you meet monthly household expenses, organize your finances and put together a budget that really works. Participants will learn valuable information such as how to communicate with your spouse about money and discuss financial goals and how a written plan gives a single person empowerment, self accountability, and control. Presenter is Brad Kinder, Kinder Coaching.
September 29, 2014
We all know that is best to avoid sugar, but what does sugar actually do to our health? How does sugar affect our physical and emotional well being? Are you sugar sensitive? What strategies and alternatives could we use instead? Join homeopath Katia Martinhoto find out more about this sweet and biter ingredient and get motivated to make small changes to benefit your well being.