Medicare 101 is a free educational program designed to help those turning 65 looking to add Medicare coverage, as well as those already utilizing Medicare, to have a better understanding of the program and their options. This will be a short overview of the Medicare system so that, after attending, you will be better able to understand:
What is covered and what is not
Changes for 2020
Costs of the various options
Options for coverage
Dates to be aware of
Penalties to avoid
Low Income Assistance
Per Medicare (CMS) guidelines, this is an educational event and no specific carrier plan details will be presented.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to access this program on Zoom.
And over at the Institute of Contemporary Art, check out their guide for eco-dyeing fabric for crafting using fruit and veggie scraps and other kitchen materials. Interested in more great activities? Their Art Lab at home has everything from DIY flip books to virtual quilts (maybe made with all that fabric you just eco-dyed).
After you’ve tried these awesome activities, work on those kitchen and nutrition skills with this curated list of cookbooks for junior chefs:
Part craft and activity book, part how-to and cookbook, master chef Barton Seaver’s National Geographic Kids Cookbook teaches you how to start a kitchen garden, host a family cooking competition, and everything in between.
On hoopla & Libby:
The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefsby America’s Test Kitchen Kids
From the pros at America’s Test Kitchen come over 750 kid-tested and approved recipes for all skill levels with the goal of empowering young chefs to feel confident in the kitchen.