Join other enthusiasts for a fun-filled, lively evening.
The Friendly Visitor Program is a non-denominational program of Jewish Family Services. Volunteers are needed in our community to help our neighbors with grocery shopping, to provide rides to medical appointments or to visit local homebound isolated adults. Give the gift of your time! The program provides an amazing experience for both the volunteers and the neighbors. Jewish Family Services empowers all people facing challenging times to live with dignity, hope and strength. Their doors are open to the entire community.
This is part one of a two-part training. There is no cost for this training but registration is required. The second training session meets on June 19 at 10am. Attendance at both is required.
This workshop provides energy conservation information for residents facing higher energy costs. Come learn about reducing your energy bills: easy low- or no-cost energy conservation strategies; programs for free or reduced-cost energy audits; programs to help offset the costs of energy efficiency improvements through subsidies, low-interest loans, or free services to qualifying households. Each participating household will receive free compact fluorescent light bulbs at the end of the workshop.
Job seekers desiring one-on-one help with their resume and cover letter can reserve a free, 30-minute private session with Gregg Knowles, career counseling consultant. To reserve a consultation, please contact the Help Desk at 986-1047. ext. 3.
Rescheduled from May 10:
Join Innis Sampson of Project Knomad for a garden-building workshop using recycled materials and integrating the priciples of Permaculture, a design science based in the observation of nature.
This program will be held off-site at Veteran's Memorial Park in Warwick. We will meet in front of the Library at 2pm and walk over to the park as a group. Alternately, you can meet us at the Park in the new Community Garden.
All participants will receive community service hours.