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Triva Night Fun! Novembers's Topic World War I

Study now for TRIVIA NIGHT at the Farmington Public Library. Test your knowledge on a variety of subjects, and you could win great prizes! Bring your team of 3-4 people, or come by yourself and join a group. Rules are as follows:
  • Each correct answer is worth one point

  • Please do not yell out answers

  • There are five rounds with five questions each

  • Answers will be recorded on a sheet of paper which is to be handed to the officiant at the end of each round

  • No outside sources allowed (including cell phones)

  • In the event of a tie, a tie-breaker question will be asked


Relax and Thrive Health Series: The Pitfalls of Getting Older

 
Join us on Tuesday, November 19 at 6pm as the Farmington Public Library continues the Relax and Thrive Health Series with The Pitfalls of Getting Older. Partners Assisted Living Services will give a presentation on why people fall as they get older, all the contributing factors, plus a few possibly not considered. They will also discuss Lifeline and how it can help, or even save in some
situations.

Partners Assisted Living Services, or PALS, is a team of local non-medical in-home care specialists dedicated to SafeKey WellCare. This means they engage the whole person: body, mind, and human spirit, so that seniors can live safe, independent, and well in their homes. Visit their website for more in depth information: http://partnersassistedliving.com/

Make sure you stay tuned with the Farmington Public Library’s online calendar (http://infoway.evanced.info/signup/) and look out for upcoming Relax and Thrive Health Series topics and dates. For more information about Relax and Thrive or any other adult services programs, please visit the reference desk or call 599-1270.
For more information about this and other programs at the library, be sure to "check out" our events calendar!

Reel Readers Presents If Beale Street Could Talk
Check out a copy of If Beale Street Could Talk read it and then join us Thursday, November 21, 2019 and join us for a 9-Screen viewing of If Beale Street Could Talk. The movie is followed by a curated discussion about the movie with audience members. (Download rack card questions)
 

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