Here is your weekly SSA Connection – Hope you enjoy!

A New Perspective on the Journey to Net Zero

Climate action can be a vehicle to deliver dignity, opportunity and equality for all. UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed invites us to reimagine what the journey to net-zero could look like if we invest in people’s climate efforts while prioritizing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. “It’s time to make some serious noise to transform our world,” she says. Click here.

Natasha’s Kitchen Autumn Chopped Chicken Salad

This Autumn Chopped Chicken Salad may just become your new favorite Fall salad! Every bite of this chicken salad is loaded with all the best flavors of Fall! Click here.

Virginia Rad Driver Totally 80s Workout

Check out this 80s workout from the Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services.
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The Women Who Shaped the National Gallery in London

From commissioning altarpieces to giving their collections to the nation, women helped to shape the collection in many more ways than just the paintings they created. Learn about the stories of women’s involvement in the great number of paintings in the collection with Caroline Campbell, Director of Collections and Research.
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Upcoming Alexandria Library

Cooking with Kole!, Saturday, November 6: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Join an online cooking class straight to your own kitchen! Click here.

8 Naughty Holiday Scams to Avoid, Tuesday, November 9: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Keep your money safe by being aware of the most common scams taking place this time of year. Click here.

Senior Living in Alexandria: Tracing Your Roots through Genealogy, Thursday, November 18 at 10 am via Zoom

Senior Services of Alexandria (SSA) is hosting a virtual “Senior Living in Alexandria” workshop on “Tracing Your Roots Through Genealogy” on Thursday, November 18th at 10 am via Zoom. SSA is fortunate to have as its speaker for the November 18th session Stephen Hammond, a family historian in the Northern Virginia area. His goals are to educate and inspire others to research and document their own family history. It is a free session by zoom, and open to the public. To register, click here, or call 703-835-4414, ext. 110. You will receive the zoom link the week of the workshop.


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