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Overeaters Anonymous, Thursdays

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 7:00 pm

virtual, virtual, , CT

7-8 p.m.; Zoom meeting; for information, call (207) 479-4733.

Community

NLHS Fundraiser

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 12:00 am

Community

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PLEASE SUPPORT
NEW LONDON HIGH SCHOOL
Graduation Celebration
You are invited to help support and celebrate New London High School Class of 2021. NLHS Parents and boosters are raising funds to provide a Graduation Celebration for our seniors and we need your help. It has been quite a year and our seniors have missed out on a lot because of Covid-19, so we want to provide an extra special celebration that our Whaler graduates will remember and
we really need YOUR help to make this successful.
Fundraising Events for NLHS Whalers

Buffalo Wild Wings
Waterford/Crystal Mall
Now until April 25
Use this Home Team Advantage card or
Mention “Team H” when ordering
10% of sale supports NLHS Class of 2021.

Chipotle
258 Route 12 Unit A, Groton
Saturday, March 27th from 5pm-9pm
Mention NLHS Class of 2021 Fundraiser or enter Promo Code P3HY97Q

Donate directly to support the Class of 2021 Graduation Celebration
Checks or Venmo gratefully accepted.
- Checks payable to New London High School Class of 2021 and mailed to: New London HS MultiMagnet
Campus; ATTN: Class of 2021; 490 Jefferson Avenue; New London CT 06320
- Venmo @ NLHS-SENIOR-CLASS-21
Follow Us: Facebook@nlhsseniors21 & Instagram@nlhsclassof2021

Scavenger Hunts

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 12:00 am
Scavenger Hunts;

Community

Virtual Event, Virtual Event, Virtual Event, , 06810

Even when the weather outside is frightful, a family scavenger hunt in the car is delightful. We donate a portion of all Scavenger Hunt sales to local charities, as shown on the description for each hunt. These are drivable until end of April 2021. Available challenges in Danbury, Bedford/Pound Ridge, New Canaan and
Ridgefield.

https://www.rockpaperscissors.events/scavenger-hunts-info

Blood Drive, Apr. 21, N.London

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 10:00 am

Community

New London Senior Center, 120 Broad St., New London, CT

10 a.m.-3 p.m.
appointment required; 1-800-733-2767.

Salem Knitters

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 10:00 am

Community

Salem Free Public Library, 264 Hartford Road, Salem, CT

10 a.m.-noon, meets weekly to work on their own projects or to contribute to the annual knitted goods sale to benefit the Friends of the Salem Library. Refreshments served; drop-in; (860) 859-1130.

Healthy Housekeeping

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 5:00 pm
Healthy Housekeeping;

Community

Stonington Free Library - ZOOM, 20 High Street, Stonington, CT , 06378

A Family and Consumer Sciences Educator from UConn Extension will cover healthy housekeeping, COVID-19 cleaning tips for personal and home safety, and best cleaning and disinfection methods.

T.O.P.S.

Thursday, Apr. 22, 2021, 6:00 pm

Community

Voluntown Baptist Church, 52 Main St., Voluntown, CT

6 p.m., Take Off Pounds Sensibly; in-person weight loss meetings; (860) 376-9459.

Education/Lectures

Guiding Neurodiverse Students in Post-Secondary Transition Planning - webinar;

Education/Lectures

online, 107 Bradley Rd, Madison, , 06443

It’s the time of year when individuals with disabilities, their parents, advocates, and their educational support team are planning for the year ahead and setting their goals for their future. This process typically includes the creation of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) to set and track goals across a year. For individuals who are 16 and older, this is also often a time when they begin to plan for their transition into adulthood while exploring post-secondary learning opportunities.
As a provider of programming and services for young adults with disabilities, Vista Life Innovations knows first-hand the importance of this process and the anxiety that it can produce.
In the effort to share our knowledge of this process with others, Vista is offering a session on the topic of transition.
“Guiding Neurodiverse Students in Post-Secondary Transition Planning” is a one-hour webinar that provides an overview of the process while also offering information and resources to attendees. This event will be co-hosted by Vista Admissions Managers Steph Foulkes and Suzanne Gregory, and Amy Brown, a Transitions Consultant from South East Consortium for Special Services, Inc.
Free registration:
https://www.vistalifeinnovations.org/guiding-neurodiverse-students-in-post-secondary-transition-planning
All event attendees will receive access to Vista's Transition Tools Summary and Amy’s comprehensive guide for parents and students.

Stage/Theater

Emerson Theater Collaborative presents

Stage/Theater

http://bit.ly/on-the-stage-goldas-balcony ($25), http://bit.ly/on-the-stage-goldas-balcony ($25), Mystic, CT , 06355

Sandra Laub, an award-winning actress and veteran teacher, has been performing William Gibson’s Tony Award-winning one-woman play, Golda’s Balcony, in a variety of settings—theaters, classrooms, social halls, sanctuaries—to critical acclaim and heartfelt audience response since 2013.
Golda’s Balcony is a 90-minute tour-de force. With humor, pathos, and passion, we see her journey from impoverished child in Czarist Russia to becoming Israel’s 4th Prime Minister scrambling to save the country from impending destruction during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. At the heart of the play is Meir’s lifelong struggle to attain peace while agonizing over difficult moral choices, including especially the ‘terrible question’: “What happens when idealism becomes power?”
The birth of a nation and the pioneering spirit of its founders are embodied in Golda Meir. She was a wife, a mother, a worker, and attained extraordinary stature on the world stage. Golda’s struggle to reconcile the power Israel attained as a sovereign nation with the competing forces of family, as well as humanitarian considerations personalizes the taut drama centered on Israel’s ‘secret’ nuclear capability: Golda’s view “into hell.”
For some audience members, this is a “new” story. After one performance, three generations of one family told how meaningful it was to see the play together: grandparents and parents remembering, grandchild learning — a story that must be continually told and never forgotten. On-demand viewing…watch anytime April 22nd thru April 24th! Use this link to buy on-demand...http://bit.ly/on-the-stage-goldas-balcony ($25)

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