Programs include photography, writing circle and more
All Brown Bag Lunch events take place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Robert H Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., and are free and open to the public.
Performers as well as speakers of all kinds are invited to be a part of this series. If interested, stop at the Stroll office at the River Garden, or call 802-246-0982.
Monday: No Brown Bag Lunch
Tuesday: Introduction to Digital Photography. Bill Steele, owner of Gorham Mountain Photography, will give tips on how to get the most from your camera and speak about the "Exposure Triangle." Bring your camera, manual, and questions.
Wednesday: Free Writing Circle. Join Deborah Lee Luskin for a Free Writing Circle. Writing Circles allow writers of any ability to overcome the fear and loneliness of facing a blank page by providing the support of writing in the same room and at the same time as others all writing to the same prompt. This proven format creates a kind of writing magic from which everyone benefits. No experience necessary. Bring writing device of choice and a willingness to try something new.
Thursday: Helping All Beings Achieve Wellness with Lady Moon Reiki. Massage and Reiki for dogs - learn how they can support the older canine, the anxious dog, the growing pup, injured or sick dogs and more. Join Megan MacArthur Littlehales, Reiki Master and certified Canine Massage Therapist, with her Cattle Dog Tucker, and take home ideas and tools to support your 4-footed friends.
Friday: Frauds, Scams & Con Artists with Elliott Greenblott. Coming to a Computer Near You - the why, how and basic defense regarding scams perpetrated over the internet. This presentation is continually revised to address the latest cyber threats and addresses how to recognize malicious eMails and pop-ups as well as wi-fi issues arising from the increased use of tablets and smart phones.
GALLERY AT THE GARDEN
Wall of Quilts: See both walls of the gallery filled with hand-made quilts and take part in the raffle of a Trip Around the World Quilt created by local quilter Faith Evans.
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