This free 5 week course introduces you to a software program called Enwoven. Enwoven is a digital storytelling platform. You'll learn to use Enwoven to create stories through curated photos, videos, documents, and audio recordings.
Prerequisites: 1. You need to have an email address. 2. You need to be able to use a computer to navigate websites and search for information on the internet.
The course is free to anyone 60+.
You need to register for this course.
A Tribute to Members we have lost in the last five years.
Please let others know of this special event as we remember:
Albert Chin, Alice Cahn, Alice Gottlieb, Alvin Shatkin, Arthur Heimlich, Arthur Stern, Beatrice Lesser, Bernice Apter, Betty Bernard, Blanche Scheib, Blanche Schustack, Brigid O'Connor, Camilla Roger, Conchita Rivera, Daniel Schmutter, David Roskin, David Wisnicki, Edith Stern, Edith Turner, Elizabeth Dombroski, Elizabeth Schulz, Ethel Strenger, Evelyn Eichhorn, Fay Julius, George Kaufman (Dr), Georgette Heinisch, Gerta Freeman, Gladys Katz, Gladys Kirksey, Gloria Bloom, Herbert Pattin, Hildegard Langer, Horae Lilholt, Irma Hoffman, Irving Ladimer, Isaura Guevara, Jack Fisher, James Donaldson, Jeames Sheeran, Jean Sullivan, Jerry Friedman, Joan O’Reilly, Joanne Cooper, Joe Taragano, Joyce Dutka, Juanita Colon, Karen Green, Kurt Vooss, Laurie Anderson, Leslie Yellon, Lisa Kaunitz, Louise Tunick, Margaret Innella, Mary Lynch, Mary O’Connor, May Schechter, Millie Kramer, Miriam Degady, Miriam Muravchik. Molly Gilman, Morty Donanberg, Nathan Kravetz, Norma Fischweicher, Norman Kane, Olga Rivera, Pat Barker, Paul Zahn, R. Oppenheimer, Ralph Supraner, Richard Kasna, Roberta (Rita) Schiffren, Ronald Price, Ruth Troncone, Salvatore Cavaluzzo, Sarah(Sally) Kealy, Seymour Meiman, Shirley Isbey, Shirley Tosk, Ted Erra, Ursula Bauer, Vertella Gadsden, Violette Holland, William Shannon Stoney
Community Board Aging Committee will be having their meeting at RSS this Thursday, Nov. 14 at 4 PM. There will be a special guest from the 50th Precinct talking about Scams and Crime Prevention. This is an important topic and meeting so we hope you'll be there and let your friends and neighbors know as well.
The agenda is as follows:
* Approval of September 19 minutes
* Approval of October 24 minutes
* Special Guest Speaker: Officer Cintron, 50th Precinct, Scams and Crime Prevention
* Old Business
* New Business
The mission of the Aging Committee of Bronx Community Board 8 is to identify the needs of the aging community and to serve it by supporting representatives and advocates for older adults and acting as a liaison with agencies that support and serve older adults through education and budgeting priorities.
Limited Seating Available!
You know him as the Chief Legal Affairs correspondent for ABC News and you know him as the host of Live PD. He is also the author of several books including his most recent book, Theodore Roosevelt for the Defense: The Courtroom Battle to Save His Legacy.
Dan will talk about his book, his impressions of Teddy Roosevelt and why Dan believes that Roosevelt is both similar and different from our current president. He'll also talk about today's political situation, his media career including Live PD and there will be a Q&A session. A copy of his book Theodore Roosevelt for the Defense will be included in the ticket price for the event.
Includes cocktail reception and Q&A session with Dan Abrams
Tickets: $125 includes a copy of Dan's most recent book Theodore Roosevelt for the Defense.
You can also call 718.884.5900 x29 for tickets and questions.
All tickets are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law, and the proceeds go directly to help support RSS, a nonprofit delivering services and support to older adults in the Northwest Bronx.
Dan Abrams is founder and CEO of Abrams Media, Chief Legal Affairs Correspondent for ABC News, the host of top-rated cable series “Live PD “ on A&E Network, and the host of SiriusXM’s The Dan Abrams Show: Where Politics Meets The Law. He was previously the co-anchor of ABC's Nightline, host of “The Abrams Report” and the acclaimed “Verdict with Dan Abrams” on MSNBC. Dan also served as General Manager of MSNBC, where he presided over a period of unprecedented growth, with ratings and profits each increasing well over 50% during his tenure.
Part of the RSS Women's Circle.
Born and raised in Paris, Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) studied in many of the Paris ateliers of the 1930’s, and with Ferdinand Leger who told her that her “sensibility leaned toward the three dimensional.” Her marriage in 1938 brought her to New York City where she raised three sons and was active in the art scene throughout her life. In 1982, “Louise Bourgeois: A Retrospective” opened at MoMA. It was the first retrospective given to a woman by the museum. Presented by art scholar Susan Landgraf
There is a $5 suggested donation for dinner. If you are NOT planning to have dinner and only going for the lecture please call the office at 718.884.5900 and register there.
You can register right here online, in the RSS office or call 718.884.5900. You can also register directly in the office.