Looking for a new way to spend a Thursday afternoon? Adults age 50 and older are invited to join the 50+ Group, which meets at the New Lebanon Branch of the Dayton Metro Library the second Thursday of each month. The group enjoys a scheduled Library program from 1:00-2:00 p.m., then a social gathering with refreshments after the program. The 50+ Group is led by New Lebanon couple Wayne and Kay Michael, in collaboration with the New Lebanon Branch Library, which is located at 715 W. Main Street.
"If you are 50+ you are welcome to join us after the Library's program for good conversation and refreshments," said Carol Macmann, Manager of the New Lebanon Branch Library.
For more information about the group or Library programs, call the New Lebanon Branch Library at 937-496-8948.
January 8: UD New Horizons Oompah Band - This group of amateur musicians, all over the age of 50, perform hand-clapping, foot-tapping, lively and cheerful German Polkas.
February 12: Travels to Ecuador - Colin Gatland presents photos and highlights of his trip to the beautiful South American nation of Ecuador.
March 12: Cemetery Symbols and Representations - Thousands of different religious and secular symbols have adorned tombstones through the ages. Presenter Angie Hoschouer from Woodland Cemetery guides you through their meaning and significance.
April 9: Follow the Fiber: Healthier Eating with Whole Foods - Learn about a way of eating that will work whether you are 20 or 80, using common foods found at the supermarket. Melissa Wade, Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist and Public Health expert, will answer your nutrition questions.