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CPR

CPR10-17 If you in a position to give cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in an emergency, you will most likely be trying to save the life of someone you love: a child, a spouse, a parent or a friend. more »»

Breaking News and Issues of the Day

Breaking News and Issues of the Day10-18 The rapid pace of current events invites meaningful discussion. Join us for a constructive, moderated dialogue and explore the following: economic, international, military, national, state and local issues along with your views. more »»

Fight for the Right!

Fight for the Right!10-19 Location: Carlisle Naples, 6945 Carlisle Ct., Naples, FL 34109 The women’s suffrage movement was born out of a convention held in Seneca Falls, New York, in 1848. This group of women, along with a few men, began the struggle that would continue through WWI. more »»

The U.S Economy and the Impact of WWI

The U.S Economy and the Impact of WWI10-19 Did World War I produce a major economic break from the past in the United States? Did the economy change in some fundamental and lasting ways as a result of the war? This lecture will discuss perhaps the greatest impact of World War I - a shift in the landscape of ideas about economics and the... more »»

Dog obedience classes

10-19 The Gulf Coast Humane Society, 2010 Arcadia St., Fort Myers, has partnered with K-Nine Connections to begin Basic Obedience classes for adopted or rescued pets. The classes will be held at the Gulf Coast Humane Society on Thursday’s, at 6 p.m., continuously. more »»

Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart10-23 This one-woman show will examine the life and last flight of famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart, who was idolized throughout her life as being the first woman to attempt an around?the?world flight on a course approximating the length of the equator. more »»

Reducing the Risk of Identity Theft

10-24 Identity theft can affect anyone at any time. No one is immune from becoming a victim. However, there are steps you can take to reduce or eliminate certain types of identity theft. In this one-hour session, you will learn about available steps to take and how to implement them. more »»

Fight for the Right!

Fight for the Right!10-24 Location: Hodges University, 2647 Professional Way, Naples, FL 34119 The women’s suffrage movement was born out of a convention held in Seneca Falls, New York, in 1848. This group of women, along with a few men, began the struggle that would continue through WWI. more »»

Guided Autobiography

Guided Autobiography10-25 Have you ever thought about writing your life story but didn’t know where to begin? Join us to learn more about ‘Guided Autobiography,’ a class to assist and support adults in writing and sharing stories from their lives and experiences. We all have a 'story within' just waiting to be told. more »»

AED

AED10-26 Using an AED on someone who is having sudden cardiac arrest may save the person's life. For individuals who have an arrhythmia, an electric shock from an AED can restore the heart's normal rhythm if done within minutes of the onset of sudden cardiac arrest. more »»

Dog obedience classes

10-26 The Gulf Coast Humane Society, 2010 Arcadia St., Fort Myers, has partnered with K-Nine Connections to begin Basic Obedience classes for adopted or rescued pets. The classes will be held at the Gulf Coast Humane Society on Thursday’s, at 6 p.m., continuously. more »»

WGCU Tour

WGCU Tour10-27 Location: FGCU, 10501 FGCU Blvd. S., Fort Myers, FL 33965 Join us for a tour of WGCU Public Media, the local PBS television and NPR radio stations. You will see the studios and production facilities, as well as learn about stations’ history. There will be time for questions, too. more »»

Book Talks - Short Story Collections

Book Talks - Short Story Collections10-30 Join our small class interpretation of these concise stories by well?known authors (i.e. Kipling, Hemingway, D.H. Lawrence, Margaret Atwood). We will read two 'shorts' every other week and discuss in class. It is fun and casual, and we use an egg timer for discussions. more »»

Edgar Allen Poe

Edgar Allen Poe10-31 Edgar Allan Poe only lived 40 years, 1809-1849, but he wrote some of history’s most prolific literary pieces that included tales of haunted houses and palaces, black cats, live burials, lost loves stolen by death, swinging pendulums, and murder mysteries. more »»

 
 
 
 
 

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