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SENIORS PART TWO REGISTER ONLINE: 139 Home Surveillance (age 50 & up) Do you have property, elderly family members, or pets that you would like to monitor for safety reasons? Have you ever had break-ins or thefts? If so, this lecture is for you. Find out how easy it is to set up remote monitoring. Fees: $5(R) $6(N) (1 class) 128509 Mon Oct 28 1:30–4 p.m. Cary EMS Learn who the Cary EMS is and what services they provide to the public. Know what to expect when you call 911 and what steps you can take to assist emergency responders when they arrive. Presented by Kaylor Mead, EMT-P, Cary EMS. 127282 Thu Nov 21 9:30–10:30 a.m. Understanding Hearing Loss & Technology Explore options and learn more about hearing appliances, accessories, and assistive devices available to help you or a loved one connect to life. Presented by Kim Calabretta of CapTel NC. 127278 Thu Dec 12 9:30–10:30 a.m. FREE! FREE! Beginner Knitting Have you seen others wearing beautiful handmade knitted projects and thought "I wish I could make something like that?" Join us and learn to comfortably tackle knitting techniques. Afterwards, you'll be able to show off your lovely pieces! Bring your own materials. Instructor: Luci Lambert Fees: $66(R) $86(N) (8 classes) 128774 Mon Sep 9–Oct 28 9:30–11:30 a.m. Cutting the Cable (age 50 & up) Are you frustrated with ever increasing cable TV bills? Have you wondered if there are ways to reduce your cable TV expenses while still getting the programs you want to watch? This seminar will give you some ideas on alternatives to cable TV. We will talk about over-the-air broadcast with antennas, smart TVs, and streaming. Fees: $5(R) $6(N) (1 class) 128487 Wed Sep 11 1:30–4 p.m. 128495 Tue Oct 22 9:30 a.m.–noon 128496 Thu Dec 12 1:30–4 p.m. Forever Sexual Join us for a monthly discussion group to talk about sexuality in the senior years. We will use videos, podcasts, and articles to spark conversation. We'll explore what we've learned over the years, present new ways to look at human sexuality and relationships, and talk together about what 'forever sexual' can look like to each of us. Pick one or come to all of them! Instructor: Bonnie Nilsen ADULT TOYS Which toys are safe, comfortable, and affordable for seniors? Whether it's self-love or love with a partner, we will discuss this subject in a safe, welcoming environment. 127290 Fri Sep 27 1:30–4 p.m. DATING AFTER 55 Dating today is not like it was in high school! Let's talk about dating, including online apps. 127285 Fri Oct 25 1:30–4 p.m. LGBTQ: WHAT DO ALL THOSE LETTERS MEAN? What can we learn about human sexuality from those who are 1 to 6 on the Kinsey scale? 127286 Fri Nov 22 1:30–4 p.m. THE BIG "O" What happens to your mind and body and changes as we grow older? 127287 Fri Dec 27 1:30–4 p.m. NEW! FREE! Looking for more? This is just a sampling of hundreds of classes offered every season at the Cary Senior Center. Pick up a copy of the Fall 2019 Creating Active Retirement Years Guide to see programs in Arts & Crafts, Computer Learning, Education, Fitness & Wellness, Fun & Games, Resources for Seniors as well as Events, Trips and Volunteer Opportunities. Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources ACTIVE C rea ti ng Reti remen t Yea rs FALL 2019 THE PROGRAM GUIDE FOR THE CARY SENIOR CENTER NO FEAR NO LIMITS NO EXCUSES

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