Upcoming Events At This Venue
March 2, 2015
Licensed psychologist Dr. Dawn Doup recently opened Foundations Dyslexia and Learning Centers with two colleagues in order to provide services for children, adolescents, and adults with dyslexia. Dyslexia is a learning disability that includes difficulties with accurate or fluid word recognition, poor decoding, and poor spelling abilities. It impacts one’s ability to read and write and often affects an individual’s self-image due to feeling less capable than others. The effects of untreated dyslexia can have a long-term impact including problems with education and job performance. Doup will discuss symptoms of dyslexia as well as how it is evaluated and interventions that help with both children and adults.
March 5, 2015
March 19, 2015
March 24, 2015
To be covered – When and how to enroll in Medicare; details on all of the components of Medicare; review making changes with your coverage in the future; illustrate the costs of Medicare and more. Each attendee receives a printed handout of the important issues regarding their Medicare choices. Presenter Scott Donahue is employed by Medicare Simplified, an independent, non-profit organization. Registration required at mybcpl.org or call 812-379-1266.
March 26, 2015
Read a book. Build a house. Without a degree in architecture, self-taught designer/builder, Avriel Shull became the go-to gal for regional modernism in much of Indiana–and beyond. This presentation looks at a short, but highly prolific career and the woman who made “Avriel” a synonym for “modern” in Indiana. Presenter Connie Zeigler is the owner and principal of C. Resources and has served as a preservation consultant for communities, individuals and a state preservation commission.