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Effects of Social Media on Our Health– Sunday Jan. 25th at 2pm

Effects of Social Media on Our Health and Well Being

This presentation will delve into the current conversation of how our growing interactions via social media impact our psychological health and well being.  Dr. Peter Frost, Chair of the Psychology department at Southern New Hampshire University helps investigate this timely issue in this unique program.

In 2007, Dr. Frost was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award by SNHU and Outstanding Instructor in 2008.  He is the faculty advisor for the Psychology Student Association and a member of the School of Arts and Sciences Scholarship Committee.

Frost is a past president of New England Psychological Association and current member of their steering committee.

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College Planning- Thursday, Jan. 15 at 7pm

Certified College Planning Specialist Joshua Bartlett shares information on the college financial aid process.

Join us for this free program which will consider how colleges decide financial aid awards, how to know which colleges will award the most financial aid to a given student, how to appeal a financial aid award, ways to avoid costly extra years in college, understanding the importance of cash flow during college years and various borrowing strategies.

Joshua grew up in York, ME, attended Berwick Academy during high school, and received his B.S. in behavioral neuroscience from Northeastern University. Joshua has been working in the financial industry for the past seven years, during which time he has seen many retirement accounts torn apart to fund college tuition costs, as well as young professionals with insurmountable student loan debts.  He now works as a college planning specialist with Accolade Financial, helping families to avoid such outcomes without sacrificing the opportunity for a quality higher education.

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Computers in Education with Dr. Robert Seidman Sunday Jan 11 at 2:00pm

Computers in Education; The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

This presentation is a broad survey of the many educational uses of computer in schools. The speaker will put forward a case for teaching computer programming (aka, coding) at all levels of the educational system and will demonstrate several programming languages targeted at different developmental levels for students.

Dr. Robert Seidman taught at Southern New Hampshire University for 33 years before retiring in September 2014. He served as a professor of computer information technology, the Chair of that department, and was the SNHU Faculty Scholar in 2010-11. He is the Executive Editor of the Journal of Educational Computing Research which is regarded as the premier journal in the field. He is an author of several books: Saving Higher Education – The Integrated, Competency-Based Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Program; Fluency with Alice Workbook; Predicting the Behavior of the Educational System. Dr. Seidman has an extensive publication record and has been a keynote speaker at a numerous conferences. He is a strong believer in the central role of public libraries in local communities.

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Protect Our Oceans: The Rozalia Project Thurs. Nov. 20th 7:00pm

Join us as the award- winning Friends of the Rye Public Library welcome Rozalia Project’s Rachael Miller for images, videos, stories and information about Rozalia Project’s work protecting the Gulf of Maine and beyond from onboard American Promise. This talk will show you some of the creatures (attack lobsters!?), the incredible kelp forests and some surprising discoveries (underwater trash reefs ) Rozalia Project made while working on the problem of marine debris and marine protected areas over the last 4 years. This presentation is interactive and great for all ages.

In a special November promotion in cooperation with the Seacoast Science Center, all month Rye Public Library members can show their library cards for a discounted membership at SSC!  Remember the Science Center will be closed Nov. 17-23.

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Protect Our Oceans: The Rozalia Project Thurs. Nov. 20th 7:00pm

Join us as the award- winning Friends of the Rye Public Library welcome Rozalia Project’s Rachael Miller for images, videos, stories and information about Rozalia Project’s work protecting the Gulf of Maine and beyond from onboard American Promise. This talk will show you some of the creatures (attack lobsters!?), the incredible kelp forests and some surprising discoveries (underwater trash reefs ) Rozalia Project made while working on the problem of marine debris and marine protected areas over the last 4 years. This presentation is interactive and great for all ages.

In a special November promotion in cooperation with the Seacoast Science Center, all month Rye Public Library members can show their library cards for a discounted membership at SSC!  Remember the Science Center will be closed Nov. 17-23.

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Protect Our Oceans: The Rozalia Project Thurs. Nov. 20th 7:00pm

Join us as the award- winning Friends of the Rye Public Library welcome Rozalia Project’s Rachael Miller for images, videos, stories and information about Rozalia Project’s work protecting the Gulf of Maine and beyond from onboard American Promise. This talk will show you some of the creatures (attack lobsters!?), the incredible kelp forests and some surprising discoveries (underwater trash reefs ) Rozalia Project made while working on the problem of marine debris and marine protected areas over the last 4 years. This presentation is interactive and great for all ages.

In a special November promotion in cooperation with the Seacoast Science Center, all month Rye Public Library members can show their library cards for a discounted membership at SSC!  Remember the Science Center will be closed Nov. 17-23.

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Digging In To Real Food Thurs. Oct. 23 at 7pm

Kath Gallant and Tracey Miller, co-founders of Dig In: Real Food Solutions will talk about the growth of the local food movement and how to eat locally within a budget. They’ll give you some cost saving tips for eating whole foods and why it all matters.

The mission of Dig In is to help people build the connection between what they eat, where it comes from and how it affects their health. It’s all connected and it starts with people being empowered and educated to make choices that make them feel great.

Bios:

Kathy Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution restaurant, has been committed to providing seasonal, organic fare since 1995 to the seacoast of New Hampshire. A pioneer in the local food movement, Kath has been connecting with farmers through food, community and education. She has won numerous awards including New Hampshire Magazines Remarkable Women of Cuisine in 2013, and the Spirit of the Seacoast from the United Way.  She was also recently voted as one of the Top Women-led Business in New Hampshire by Business New Hampshire Magazine.

Tracey Miller is a health coach, cooking instructor, freelance writer and has more than 25 years of experience promoting environmental, health and social issues, both globally and locally. Tracey worked in strategic communication for the World Bank in Washington for 10 years and has also worked for many environmental organizations including the Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts.

Digging In

Digging In To Real Food Thurs. Oct. 23 at 7pm

Kath Gallant and Tracey Miller, co-founders of Dig In: Real Food Solutions will talk about the growth of the local food movement and how to eat locally within a budget. They’ll give you some cost saving tips for eating whole foods and why it all matters.

The mission of Dig In is to help people build the connection between what they eat, where it comes from and how it affects their health. It’s all connected and it starts with people being empowered and educated to make choices that make them feel great.

Bios:

Kathy Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution restaurant, has been committed to providing seasonal, organic fare since 1995 to the seacoast of New Hampshire. A pioneer in the local food movement, Kath has been connecting with farmers through food, community and education. She has won numerous awards including New Hampshire Magazines Remarkable Women of Cuisine in 2013, and the Spirit of the Seacoast from the United Way.  She was also recently voted as one of the Top Women-led Business in New Hampshire by Business New Hampshire Magazine.

Tracey Miller is a health coach, cooking instructor, freelance writer and has more than 25 years of experience promoting environmental, health and social issues, both globally and locally. Tracey worked in strategic communication for the World Bank in Washington for 10 years and has also worked for many environmental organizations including the Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts.

Digging In

Digging In To Real Food Thurs. Oct. 23 at 7pm

Kath Gallant and Tracey Miller, co-founders of Dig In: Real Food Solutions will talk about the growth of the local food movement and how to eat locally within a budget. They’ll give you some cost saving tips for eating whole foods and why it all matters.

The mission of Dig In is to help people build the connection between what they eat, where it comes from and how it affects their health. It’s all connected and it starts with people being empowered and educated to make choices that make them feel great.

Bios:

Kathy Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution restaurant, has been committed to providing seasonal, organic fare since 1995 to the seacoast of New Hampshire. A pioneer in the local food movement, Kath has been connecting with farmers through food, community and education. She has won numerous awards including New Hampshire Magazines Remarkable Women of Cuisine in 2013, and the Spirit of the Seacoast from the United Way.  She was also recently voted as one of the Top Women-led Business in New Hampshire by Business New Hampshire Magazine.

Tracey Miller is a health coach, cooking instructor, freelance writer and has more than 25 years of experience promoting environmental, health and social issues, both globally and locally. Tracey worked in strategic communication for the World Bank in Washington for 10 years and has also worked for many environmental organizations including the Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts.

Digging In

Digging In To Real Food Thurs. Oct. 23 at 7pm

Kath Gallant and Tracey Miller, co-founders of Dig In: Real Food Solutions will talk about the growth of the local food movement and how to eat locally within a budget. They’ll give you some cost saving tips for eating whole foods and why it all matters.

The mission of Dig In is to help people build the connection between what they eat, where it comes from and how it affects their health. It’s all connected and it starts with people being empowered and educated to make choices that make them feel great.

Bios:

Kathy Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution restaurant, has been committed to providing seasonal, organic fare since 1995 to the seacoast of New Hampshire. A pioneer in the local food movement, Kath has been connecting with farmers through food, community and education. She has won numerous awards including New Hampshire Magazines Remarkable Women of Cuisine in 2013, and the Spirit of the Seacoast from the United Way.  She was also recently voted as one of the Top Women-led Business in New Hampshire by Business New Hampshire Magazine.

Tracey Miller is a health coach, cooking instructor, freelance writer and has more than 25 years of experience promoting environmental, health and social issues, both globally and locally. Tracey worked in strategic communication for the World Bank in Washington for 10 years and has also worked for many environmental organizations including the Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts.

Digging In