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Wednesday, October 5, 2022
New lifelong learning sessions focus on bereavement

Cindy Grant

Special to The Lake Report

As many of you know, I am part of a small group that is offering a series of “Life Long Learning” programs here in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

We’ve named our program “Learn and Live” and it is a series of three successful lectures presented last fall titled “Coming of Age: The Wellness of Learning.”

We have now scheduled two more series for this spring.

The first will be held on two consecutive Mondays – April 4 and 11 at 6 p.m. at the NOTL Public Library.

The topic is “Partnering with Losses” presented by Sandra Hardy and Bonnie Bagnulo.

This session will not be just about grief and bereavement as they will be discussing any type of loss. As you know, we all have many types of losses in our lives, particularly in the post-COVID era.

The second series will be held on April 25, May 4 and 11 – again all Mondays – and also at the library. That topic is “Creativity and Applied Imagination” presented by Barb Babij.

There are only 20 spaces available for the April 4 and 11 sessions and they are filling up.

So if you are interested, please register as soon as possible. Here is a link to the library’s website and event calendar:

Cindy Grant is chair of NOTL’s community wellness committee.