Here is your weekly SSA Connection – Hope you enjoy!

The Secrets I Find on the Mysterious Ocean Floor

Laura Robinson probes the steep slopes of massive undersea mountains. She’s on the hunt for thousand-year-old corals that she can test in a nuclear reactor to discover how the ocean changes over time. By studying the history of the earth, Robinson hopes to find clues of what might happen in the future.
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Fresh Peach Cake

It’s peach season! Watch the Barefoot Contessa, Ina Garten, make this yummy fresh peach cake.
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Silver Sneakers Dance Exercise

Do you cringe every time you hear the word, exercise? Well, dancing is a great way to elevate your heart rate and before you know it, you’ll see an improvement with your cardiovascular endurance. These 50s and 60s dance inspired moves are hopefully going to take you back to a place when you just danced and let everything go. Let’s get started!
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New York Botanical Garden
Virtual Walk Among the Lilies and lotuses

Take a virtual walk to explore some of our most eagerly awaited summer flowers: the water lilies and Lotuses.
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Upcoming Alexandria Library

AARP Movies for Grown Ups – “It’s Not a Burden” – Friday, Aug 6: 8:00 – 0:00 p.m. ET

It’s Not a Burden is an intimate, humorous and heartfelt journey into the challenges & joys of caregiving for aging parents.
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Place Matters in the DMV: The Past, Present & Future – Communities of Color in the D.C. Metro Area –
Tuesday, August 10: 7:00pm – 8:00pm

Dr. Delario Lindsey will present the research of the Sociology program at Marymount University, which examines the multitude of forces on communities of color in the Washington, DC. Metro Area.
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