Here is your weekly SSA Connection – Hope you enjoy!

How to preserve your private life in the age of social media

Growing up in the public eye, Bryce Dallas Howard experienced the familiar pressure to share her life with the world on social media. But with her mother’s steadfast guidance, Howard learned to set personal boundaries and savor the beauty of private moments. In this personal talk, she draws on three generations of family wisdom to remind us that “a private life makes a public life worth living.”
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The Best Tuna Salad Sandwich

Light and fresh, this easy tuna salad recipe makes the BEST tuna salad sandwiches ever. Ready in minutes!
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Full Body Workout with Silversneakers

Kick off your day with an energizing 30-minute class that will elevate your fitness and boost your mood. Perform low-impact combinations to increase your heart rate and body weight exercises to improve endurance and strength.
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Upcoming Alexandria Library and Other Events

Reshaping America: – Juneteenth & the Changing Definition of What is an American – Thursday, June 09: 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Join the State Archivist for the District of Columbia for a lecture in United States history.
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The Future of Virginia’s Barrier Coast – Exploring the Coastal Geology of the Barrier Islands – Saturday, June 11: 11:00am – 12:00pm – James M. Duncan Jr. Branch Library – Meeting Room

Learn about the many factors impacting the coastal response to climate change with Dr. Christopher J. Hein, Director of the Coastal Geology Lab at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
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Tips, Tricks and Tools: Advice from Master Gardeners – Saturday, June 11: 11:00am – 12:00pm – Kate Waller Barrett Branch Library

Presented by Master Gardener Alyssa Ford More. Click here.

Great Books Discussion Group – The Civically Engaged Reader 
Thursday, June 16: 7:00pm – 8:30pm – Virtual

Join us for a virtual meeting the third Thursday of each month! For 2022 we are discussing selections from The Civically Engaged Reader, a Great Books Foundation collection.
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