The Week Ahead: Navigating The Road To Independence, Journey Of The Universe, Bob Steele, Shoreline Chorale, And More

Here are some events going on this week in Madison, Clinton and nearby.

On Monday, January 13, 2014 at 7:00pm, Special Education 
Law Attorney Lawrence W. Berliner will host and moderate a FREE workshop with Guest Speakers Helen Bosch, Executive Director and Linda Rogen, Director of Programs and Services, Vista, and Stephen Ehrens, Financial Advisor, Northwestern Mutual.  Parents attending will be engaged in finding 
tools and strategies to navigate their child’s road ahead to 
independence after high school. The workshop will take place at Vista 
Vocational and Life Skills Center, 107 Bradley Road, Madison, CT. Find out more at this listing. 

Also on Monday: 
Yoga with Chelsey
Morning Flow at Float Center
Yoga with Jess
Pilates with Kris
Yoga at Body Karma Studio
Gentle Yoga with Debi Testa
Zumba with Coty
Vinyasa Yoga with Debi Testa


Journey Of The Universe: This award winning documentary film was written by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim from the Yale school of Forestry and Environmental Studies and the Yale Berkeley Divinity School and chronicles the evolution of our cosmos, our solar system, earth,  life, man and human consciousness.  It demonstrates the interconnectedness of everything in nature and the need to provide stewardship over our environment. It was filmed on the beautiful Greek Island of Samos and narrated by mathematical cosmologist Brian Swimm. A discussion will follow. Registration is required and you can register on line at the Scranton Library website. Tuesday, January 14th 
at 7 PM 
Please visit www.scrantonlibrary.org or call (203) 245-7365 to register.  Free and open to all.  This screening is made possible by the Friends of Hammonasset and Dr. Don Rankin, who will facilitate the discussion after the film.  Dr. Rankin earned his MD from the University of Rochester, a BS degree in Chemistry from Colgate University and is recently retired as Attending Physician in Emergency Medicine at Bridgeport Hospital.

Also on Tuesday:
If I See Something Do I Have To Say or Do Something 
Author Bob Steele at The Hearth at Tuxis Pond
Yoga with Chelsey
Zumba at Body Karma Studio
Zumba with Coty
Zumba with Jess
Pilates with Kris

Come and sing with us  as we begin preparation for our Spring concert. The theme for this  season is Dancing. Music will include Lord of the Dance  (Rutter), Boatman's Dance (Copeland), Dance the Cachuca (Gilbert and Sullivan), and more.

The Shoreline Chorale is a mixed (SATB) non-audition choir that  rehearses and performers works from the broad spectrum of choral  literature, including unaccompanied selections. Comprised of  approximately 40 singers, the ensemble celebrates the joys of  music-making and the collaborative community of the performing arts.

Our regular rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings from 7:15–9:30 p.m. at Polson Middle School in Madison. (But, please note the different venue for this Open Sing.)

Our Spring concert will occur on Sunday, April 27, 2014. Read more at this listing.

Morning Yoga
Yoga at Body Karma Studio
Yoga with Chelsey
Zumba at Body Karma Studio
Restorative Yoga

Zumba with Coty
Lunch Hour Zumba
Yoga with Kathy
Zumba with Jess

$5 Friday Morning Yoga
$5 Friday Zumba
Men's Outreach Group (Divorced and Separated)

Saturday Yoga Benifiting the Shoreline Soup Kitchen
Yoga with Kathy

Family Yoga
Madison Youth Wrestling Beginner's Tournament
Sunday Zumba
Folk in the Chapel Presents: Pesky J. Nixon


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