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Housing Choices

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First time home buyers, empty nesters, and retirees may struggle with the question of housing choices. Should you rent or buy? If you do buy, should you choose a condo or a house? When it comes to housing, the many…
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Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

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Great sleep is within reach. When sleep rejuvenates us it enhances our mood, causes positive bodily sensations, fosters mental ease and clarity, improves our relationships, and supports other healthy behaviors. Hear the latest evidence based practices and updates for good…
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Israeli Brunch

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Israeli breakfast is fresh, vibrant, diverse, and nutritious. It’s the best way to start the day and it’s a meal you can eat all day. Join an Israeli native for a hands-on class as we prepare some of the classic…
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Personal Finance for Teens

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Financial responsibility is a cornerstone of building personal wealth and accomplishing financial goals. In this course, geared towards teens 16-19 years old, students will learn the basics of how to open a bank account, manage account balances, the importance of…
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The Mouth Body Connection

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Are you tired of hearing that you need treatment when you go to the dentist? Have you ever heard that oral health impacts the health of your entire body? Having clean and healthy teeth and gums is an important part…
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Know Your Rights as a Patient

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Navigating today’s healthcare system is complex. Often, patients and their support systems are overwhelmed by the myriad of things to know and are unsure of how to navigate the system. Patients have many rights and responsibilities as they navigate medical…
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Our Water, Our Health, Our Future: Brookline & Quezalguaque

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Co-Sponsored by: Brookline-Quezalguaque Sister City Project & Brookline Dept. of Public Health, Brookline Adult & Community Education, Brookline Rotary Club, Climate Action Brookline, Friends of Brookline Public Health Keynote Speaker: Betsy Reilley, Ph.D. Director, Environmental Quality, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority…
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