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Events Of Tuesday, January 21, 2020

T3 with AARP.  The Census and YOU.  April 1, 2020 is Census Day – the due date for Americans to take part in the decennial headcount.  The Census is mandated by the U.S. Constitution and is used to draw the lines for legislative districts, determine how to distribute funds to state and local government and more.  Join us to hear about the 2020 Census Count and what’s at stake if our community is under-counted.  Participants will be able to ask questions about the process.  1 PM to 3 PM.  Eastern Branch, Jackson District Library, 3125 East Michigan Avenue, Jackson.

Aging Mastery Program.  The Aging Mastery Program will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. This workshop will meet 5 times with presentations from expert speakers and is supported by the National Council on Aging. Gain the skills needed to manage your health, remain economically secure, and contribute actively to society. The Agenda will include: Aging mastery basics, exercise, fall prevention, advance planning, financial fitness, sleep, healthy eating and hydration, medication management, healthy relationships, and community engagement. Join us for a fun and engaging program for aging well!  1 PM to 4 PM, Region 2 Area Agency on Aging,  102 North Main Street, Brooklyn.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Volunteer Signup.  Become a VITA Volunteer and directly help your community.  Opportunities are available for tax preparers, greeters, clerical support, etc.  Call today!  Contact Tami Farnum at Community Action Agency.  517-539-8325.

Things Come Apart Exhibit.  Final week!  Within every object, tool or device that we use there are dozens of components which work together to represent the creativity, passion and highest levels of achievement of their time. When it comes to the objects we use every day, the sum really is greater than the parts. “Things Come Apart” features captivating photographs of deconstructed devices, fascinating videos and encased disassembled objects that display the effects imagination has on technology and the evolution of design. “Things Come Apart” is an exhibition organized by Todd McLellan and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).  Ella Sharp Museum.  10 AM to 5 PM.

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