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February 13, 2014

Master wood carver teaches his craft

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Prescription Advantage is a prescription drug insurance plan available to Massachusetts residents 65 and older, as well as younger people with disabilities who meet income and employment guidelines. Contact the Council on Aging to register.

Trips offered: The Council on Aging is planning several trips.

On March 12, travelers will go to Venus de Milo in Swansea for an Irish Celebration with Ronan Tynan. The cost is $79. On April 15, travelers will go to Mohegan Sun to see legendary actress and singer Debbie Reynolds. The cost is $79, including a gaming package. On April 26, travelers will go to Newport to the Doris Duke Mansion, with lunch at the Atlantic Beach Club and a tour of the Thomas Tew Distillery. The cost is $92. More information is available from the Council on Aging.

Romance classics shown: The public library is showing classic romance movies every Tuesday in February at 10 a.m.

Call the library at 978-373-1586 for a listing of movies.

Florida-to-Boston cruise offered: The Council on Aging is offering a 15-day Caribbean Escape Reposition Cruise from Clearwater Beach, Florida, to Boston.

The cruise will be from April 25 to May 9 on the Norweigan Cruise Line Dawn.

Craft class planned: Dianne Moonoogian will offer a craft class at the Citizens Center in March.

She will teach students how to make a beautiful net wreath. Contact the Council on Aging for additional details.

Educational workshop offered: Historic New England’s Haverhill office is offering a new educational outreach workshop for older adults at community centers and residential facilities across the region.

“Remembering Home’’ uses a teaching collection of 20th-century objects and images – from Depression glass to Jello – to evoke memories of the way people lived. The three-week workshop is designed to stir up conversations about homes and housework, food and consumers, entertainment and communication. For one man, a meat-grinder brought back the smells in the kitchen when his mother cooked hamburgers. For another, a pair of ice tongs produced visions of summer days when the delivery man doled out ice chips to the neighborhood kids.

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