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Senior Scene® | January Issue
Day Date Event Time Event Name "Win-the-Classic" Location
Look for the Helping Seniors "Win-the-Classic"
Tue 01/02/18 600pm-830pm Gator’s Dockside Mustang Cruise-In Gator's Dockside
Fri 01/05/18 1130am-200pm AARP Chapter #1413 Indian Harbor Community Center
Sat 01/13/17 1000am-600pm 7th Annual Florida Key Lime Pie Festival Brevard Veterans Memorial Center
Wed 01/18/17 500pm-800pm Five Guys Cruise In
Five Guys - Palm Bay
Fri 02/02/17 1130am-200pm AARP Chapter #1413 Indian Harbor Community Center
Sat 02/10/17 600pm-900pm Grand Drawing for "Win-the-Classic" American Muscle Car Museum
• Enjoy an atmosphere of relaxation and creativity at Adult Coloring on Mondays from 10am ‘til noon. Supplies are provided. FREE.
• All skill levels are welcome to participate in the Watercolor Tech- niques class with Pearl Ollie. Tuesdays from 10am ‘til noon. Cost is $10, includes supplies.
• Learn how to manage blood glucose levels naturally at the Diabe- tes Control Class on Saturdays starting January 6 through February 10 from 9:30 am ‘til noon. This is a free, six-week course; materials are provided. Pre-registration is required.
• Reduce daily stress and anxiety at the Guided Breathing Medita- tion class on January 4, from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Cost is $5.
• Hear Sinatra-impersonator Michael Mirand performs Sounds of Sinatra on Sunday, January 7 at 3 pm. Free admission.
• Learn operating fundamentals at the Computer Basics class on Wednesday, January 10 at 10 am. Cost is $5 per person. Call the Reference Desk to pre-register.
• Learn about the wonderful health bene ts of essential oils at the Essential Oils class on Thursday, January 11 at 10 am. FREE.
• January’s Popcorn & a Movie features the true story of the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Thursday, January 11, 2pm. PG-13, FREE.
• Join us for Popcorn & a Classic Movie, showing the classic mystery/crime whodunit  lm from 1974, based on Agatha Christie’s novel. Thursday, January 18, 2pm. PG, FREE. Call the Reference Desk for more information.
• Learn how to navigate Overdrive to download e-books and e-au- diobooks on Wednesday, January 24 at 10 am. Cost is $5 per person. Call the Reference desk to pre-register.
• Join us for Popcorn & a Classic Movie, showing a romantic drama starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Thursday, January 25 at 2 pm, PG, FREE. Call the Reference Desk for more information.
• Join the monthly Mystery Book Club where everyone reads a dif- ferent book on a common theme. January’s theme is What I read over the holidays. The discussion will be on Thursday, January 18 from 12:30pm-3pm. Contact the Reference Desk for more information.
• Attend the jewelry class with Normandie on January 25, from 1-3 pm. January’s craft will be Great Small Gifts for Special People. Call Normandie at 321-225-1394, or email: thebeadladiesarehere@gmail. com for more information, or to register. Cost is $15.
• Don’t’ miss our Creative Lab’s Tech Tuesday on January 30 from 5-7 pm. The featured activity is Cardboard City. Create buildings out of cardboard and explore a city of your own making. FREE. Pre-registra- tion is required.
is debated. It is often a result of immobilization after an injury or surgery, but frequently occurs suddenly without any known cause. Adhesive capsulitis is most often treated with exercise, physical therapy, pain medication, & possibly corticosteroid injections. Around 90% of cases will resolve with these conservative treatments. However, manipulation of the joint while under anesthesia is sometimes used when cases do not resolve.
There are a few simple things that can be done to decrease the likelihood of experiencing shoulder injuries & loss of function. Avoid any repetitive overhead activities that cause you pain. If you cannot avoid them, factor in rest-time to avoid overworking. When lifting, hold items close to your body. Pay close attention throughout the day & examine your posture. Posture is often a major culprit for shoulder, neck, & back pain. Take a moment to squeeze your shoulder blades together. Try to maintain upright posture throughout the day. Exercising helps—particularly
the rotator cuff & the muscles along your shoulder blades. Importantly, if you begin to feel shoulder pain, do not wait. Seek attention from your doctor to avoid serious injury from occurring. SS
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