March programs at the COA

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Read on for more information about programs during the month of March at
the Hanover Council on Aging!

MEET THE AUTHOR: AUTHOR SERIES/ All author events are from 6:30 – 8:00
p.m. at the Hanover Council on Aging, 665 Center Street. Book signings with
the author. Free to the public. Sign up or show up. Best to sign up.
Reservations recommended at 781.924.1913 or . Refreshments and book raffle, book
signings with the author.

Opening night on Thursday, March 14th features author Kate Clifford Larson
who will talk about the gripping story of how Rose and Joe Kennedy gave
Rosemary loving care and how it turned into a desperate and duplicitous
arrangement. The lobotomy of their twenty-three year old daughter was a
secret fiercely guarded by her powerful and glamorous family.

On Thursday, March 21th, Television Producer/Author, Ted Reinstein, best
known as a longtime correspondent for WCVB Channel 5’s “Chronicle”,
will highlight New England’s General Stores: Exploring An American
Classic. He takes us through the fabric of America over hot coffee and
penny candy and steps back in time into a Norman Rockwell painting that
offers a nostalgic picture of this colonial staple , while taking us
through small towns from Connecticut to Maine.

On Thursday, March 28th, John F. Gallagher, author of “Arsenic in
Assinippi” will be here to discuss and present a slideshow of this
nonfictional account of the 1913 murder of U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Joseph
Giles in Assinippi, Massachusetts. You will hear the details of the trial
and the tragic aftermath, which captivated people across the country for
eight months.

HISTORY NIGHT at the Hanover Council on Aging
“History Matters: Building History Through Community,” 6:30 – 8:00
p.m. on Wednesday, March 6th with Stephen Puleo, author of American
Treasure: The Secret Efforts to Save the Declaration of Independence, the
Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address. Puleo will show how the ideas
captured in historical documents embody fundamental liberty and equality.
Hear about the smuggled papers during WWII. Puleo also authored Dark Tide:
The Great Molasses Flood of 1919. Sign up or show up. Book signings with
the author. Reservations recommended at 781.924.1913 or . Free to the public.

Wednesdays, starting on March 6, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. for 8 weeks, “Let’s
Get Moving”, an innovative dance/movement wellness program for all ages
and all levels. Move and stretch to music. No prior dance experience
necessary. Come as you are, do what you can, gain energy and relax.
Certified instructor is Kaitlyn Mazzilli of the South Shore Conservatory in
Duxbury. Show up or sign up and try! Best to sign up at 781.924.1913 or . Free to the public.

Zumba at night with Pasqualina on Wednesdays from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the
Hanover Council on Aging. This is a free 6-week program. Show up or sign
up! Best to sign up. 781.924.1913 or .

For further information about any of these programs, please contact .

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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