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October, 2020

Thursday
1
VIRTUAL EVENT
10:00 AM
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers. They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G: As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really. I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site. I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).
Tuesday
6
Virtual Event
10:00 AM
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers.

They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G:

As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really.

I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site.

I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).


Tuesday
6
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The speaker for "Who‘s Going to Win and Why” is Steve Roberts, veteran political analyst covering his 13th presidential election, which he has covered as a bureau chief for the New York Times and as a Congressional and White House correspondent. At this event, Steve will try to explain the campaign and the underlying themes and trends that will influence the voting in November. Steve has been a journalist for more than fifty years, covering some of the major events of our time. He has authored several books, including a New York Times best-seller. Steve writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column, is the chief political analyst for ABC radio network, and is the Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University. Steve’s many honors include the Dirksen Award for covering Congress, the Wilbur Award for reporting on religion and politics, the Bender Prize as one of GWU’s top undergraduate teachers, and six honorary degrees.
This is a joint event by Little Falls Village and Friendship Heights Neighbors Network in collaboration with the Little Falls Library (ALL).
Tuesday
6
Your Home. This is a Virtual Event.
1:00 PM
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FREE GUIDED MEDITATION & REFLECTION: “Mindfulness, Healing and Compassion in a Time of COVID-19” / ZOOM VIRTUAL SESSION by Anuka Gazara-Anthony – Search Inside Yourself Teacher / Janu Joyful Services – Mindfulness based Leadership Coaching Services. TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 pm PLACE: ZOOM Event - RSVP to LFV by the Monday before the session and we will send you the Zoom log-in information. It‘s free & easy! RSVP: email info@littlefallsvillage.org or leave a message at the LFV office (301) 320-3267 First half: 30 minutes of guided meditation Second half: 30 minute of reflection and brief share prompted by the daily check-in question. Participants are not required to share. Meditation is open to members, volunteers and friends of LFV.
Thursday
8
VIRTUAL EVENT
10:00 AM
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers. They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G: As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really. I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site. I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).
Thursday
8
VIRTUAL EVENT
1:00 PM
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Discussion of financial topics as determined by group. Group meets every six weeks. Hosted by Gabrielle Grunau and Bill Grosshandler RSVP to bill.gabrielle@gmail.com by August 24 to receive the Zoom link (M&V).
Tuesday
13
Virtual Event
10:00 AM
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers.

They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G:

As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really.

I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site.

I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).


Wednesday
14
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As we turn to the second Village program on the election, we will present AU history professor Allan Lichtman, the Nostrademus of modern-day presidential election outcomes. Dr. Lichtman, author of The Thirteen Keys to the White House, has correctly foreseen who would win the all presidential races since 1984. (He also predicted in another book that Trump would be impeached.) This has been based on a system of thirteen factors, deemed true or false, that assess how well the incumbent has done during his term in office. These include factors such as the economy, incumbency, social unrest and scandals, as well as the candidates‘ personal charisma. If fewer than five of the keys are false, the incumbent wins the presidency. Polling data, debates, campaigning, etc. have no role in these factors – developed in collaboration with a Russian scientist specializing in predicting earthquakes – who worked with Lichtman to develop these keys using pattern recognition. They analyzed every presidential election since 1860. Spoiler alert – Lichtman predicts that Trump will lose.

Thursday
15
VIRTUAL EVENT
10:00 AM
More Info
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers. They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G: As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really. I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site. I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).
Monday
19
Your Home, Join by Zoom!
1:00 PM
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Call the office if you want to join in planning great LFV events and outings (M&V).
Tuesday
20
Virtual Event
10:00 AM
More Info
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers.

They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G:

As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really.

I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site.

I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).


Tuesday
20
Your Home. This is a Virtual Event.
1:00 PM
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FREE GUIDED MEDITATION & REFLECTION: “Mindfulness, Healing and Compassion in a Time of COVID-19” / ZOOM VIRTUAL SESSION by Anuka Gazara-Anthony – Search Inside Yourself Teacher / Janu Joyful Services – Mindfulness based Leadership Coaching Services. TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 pm PLACE: ZOOM Event - RSVP to LFV by the Monday before the session and we will send you the Zoom log-in information. It‘s free & easy! RSVP: email info@littlefallsvillage.org or leave a message at the LFV office (301) 320-3267 First half: 30 minutes of guided meditation Second half: 30 minute of reflection and brief share prompted by the daily check-in question. Participants are not required to share. Meditation is open to members, volunteers and friends of LFV.
Wednesday
21
LFV Office
7:00 PM
Thursday
22
VIRTUAL EVENT
10:00 AM
More Info
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers. They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G: As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really. I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site. I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).
Thursday
22
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This Creative Engagement class is an interactive session on how to use your right and left brain to make art that improves your sense of well-being. The class is facilitated by Ms. Patricia Dubroof, Director of Community Relations/Creative Aging Specialist with Assisting Hands of Potomac. Patricia is a professional artist & teacher with extensive knowledge in the field of aging and creativity. During this interactive Zoom event, Patricia will demonstrate a simple, hands-on art project to create individualized note cards. All you need to bring to participate in this fun event are: paper and either pencils, pens, or markers – or all of the above! The class is organized by Little Falls Village in Collaboration with Assisting Hands of Potomac (ALL).
Friday
23
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ZOOM DOCENT TOUR: Islamic Art Interactive Tour, with Docent from Freer/Sackler Galleries. SPACE IS LIMITED. TOUR IS FOR LFV MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS ONLY. The Zoom login info will be sent to confirmed registrants.

Email info@littlefallsvillage.org to register with "Islamic Art" in subject line or register using event link.

The docent will have access to high resolution slides and a digital resource base. We can provide comments and questions to the docent prior to the tour, so that it is focused on the interests of our group. Group size is limited to 25 people! RSVP now to confirm your space.
Tuesday
27
Virtual Event
10:00 AM
More Info
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers.

They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G:

As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really.

I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site.

I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).


Tuesday
27
Your Home. This is a Virtual Event.
1:00 PM
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FREE GUIDED MEDITATION & REFLECTION: “Mindfulness, Healing and Compassion in a Time of COVID-19” / ZOOM VIRTUAL SESSION by Anuka Gazara-Anthony – Search Inside Yourself Teacher / Janu Joyful Services – Mindfulness based Leadership Coaching Services. TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 pm PLACE: ZOOM Event - RSVP to LFV by the Monday before the session and we will send you the Zoom log-in information. It‘s free & easy! RSVP: email info@littlefallsvillage.org or leave a message at the LFV office (301) 320-3267 First half: 30 minutes of guided meditation Second half: 30 minute of reflection and brief share prompted by the daily check-in question. Participants are not required to share. Meditation is open to members, volunteers and friends of LFV.
Wednesday
28
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With Chris Palmer, a teacher, speaker, author, and environmental/wildlife film producer. Mr.Palmer will give an entertaining and interactive workshop on how to get the most out of life and live with more joy, success, and fulfillment. He will discuss what’s really important, how to find purpose and meaning, and how to live fully regardless of your stage in life. The workshop is about actively designing our lives rather than simply drifting forward reacting to what happens to us, and how to behave in ways that our true to our most honorable, generous, and best selves (ALL).
Thursday
29
VIRTUAL EVENT
10:00 AM
More Info
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Please note this change: our two-hour Zoom sessions are now being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10:00 to 12:00. Sessions are for LFV Members and Volunteers. They have begun to “blend," if you will, since we went virtual and began holding them using Zoom. Read on for a message from Bobby G: As long as we are holding these meetings via Zoom, consider them to be sessions where we discuss whatever topics participants wish to discuss, be it how to use Zoom, or how to deal with iPhone or Mac computer problems. The sessions are very relaxed and free-form. If you tire of the discussion or have to leave before the session is over, all you have to do is say your goodbyes and click the Leave the session button on your Zoom screen. No offense taken if you leave early. Really. I will do my best to deal with whatever issues or questions participants raise, and if I can’t provide an immediate answer to a problem, I will research it and post an answer on the techtuesday@groups.io site. I will not know to whom to email a Zoom invitation unless you tell me you want to attend a session. If you want to attend either session, please email me at rfg1647@icloud.com, anytime but no later than Tuesday or Thursday At 9:00 am (M&V).
Friday
30
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This is a free, 90-minute workshop, through Zoom. It is lead by a presenter, using an interactive format. It is limited to only 30 participants. You will learn how to utilize the latest high-tech safety features in your current car;
what technology to look for when shopping for a new car; plus the safety benefits of blind spot warning systems, forward collision warnings, lane departure warnings, smart headlights, and more! Click here to register https://aarp.cvent.com/events/aarp-smart-drivertek-virtual-workshop/event-summary-0cf17119882b4b21938aaae36833e9e3.aspx

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