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Celebrating Women's History Month at Coleman House!

Posted: March 27, 2017

“Wednesday for Senior Learners”, a 14-week JCHE program hosted at our Coleman House in Newton, brings together local authors, historians, and scholars to deliver engaging lectures on topics ranging from presidential history to the art of writing a short story. The program also features entertainment, current events discussions, and exercise classes geared to senior adults. Registration is open, so please help us spread the word about this exciting opportunity for learning and connection.

Here's this week's schedule and registartion details. 

Week 9, March 29, 2017

Celebration of Women’s History Month.

11:30am - MPR –“How to Make the Most of your Dr.’s Visit” with Dr. Anthony Zizza.

Dr. Zizza is a physician specializing in Geriatrics and Internal Medicine and an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He graduated from Boston College with Majors in Psychology and Theology. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Tufts Medical Center and his Geriatrics Fellowship at the Harvard Multi-Campus Geriatric Fellowship Program At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School.

12:30pm-MPR –Lunch- Salmon Salad Sandwich-$5.00

1:15pm-MPR- Rabbi Susan Abramson

Rabbi Abramson, Rabbi of Temple Shalom Emeth of Burlington since 1984, is the longest serving female Rabbi in Massachusetts.  Rabbi Abramson has written three children’s books and is the writer, producer and host of a half hour interfaith video on YouTube and 6 area cable channels titled “Spiritually Speaking”.  She has hosted an Evening of Fellowship at her Temple which began with a Jewish Shabbat Service and was followed by Muslim Salaam Prayers.  The evening culminated with a dinner for 120 people. Rabbi Abramson has been a conduit for interfaith relations in her home  town of Burlington and instrumental in spreading knowledge and understanding between different cultures.

To register, please contact Kara at 617-614-5339You may also register in person at Coleman House located at 677 Winchester Street Newton, MA 02459. 

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