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Wednesday
28
Fletcher's Cove (free parking, carpooling can be arranged)
9:30 AM
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Join the Biking SIG and other BMAV members on a slow and easy paddle in a calm section of the Potomac at 10:30 am. $18 per boat for 1 hour single or double. RSVP required so that boats can be reserved. Details about boat rentals and if driving, parking at Fletcher's Cove will be provided

This event is combined with the Biking SIG who will be meeting at 9:30 at Paul's Bakery at the start of CCT. Bikers have the option to join in kayaking or canoeing or continuing biking. If biking and kayaking please bring a bike lock.
Wednesday
28
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Join Chevy Chase At Home village to hear Dr. Nathan Billig discuss his memoir “Untangling Lives: A Psychiatrist Remembers.” Dr. Billig was a founding member of the Board of Directors and past president of Chevy Chase At Home, as well as Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Dr. Billig grew up in New York City, attended Queens College of the City University of New York, and the Upstate Medical University. He trained in psychiatry at the Bronx Municipal Hospital Center/Albert Einstein Medical Center and Georgetown University.

In his memoir, Dr. Billig discusses several themes, based on his long career as a clinician, researcher and educator in psychiatry. He stresses not only the importance of untangling patients’ lives, but also the necessity for therapists to be aware of the narratives of their own lives so they can separate them from those of their patients. “Untangling Lives” brings the reader into the lives and struggles of four "patient" case studies, lining those up with the author’s own psychiatric explorations.

Dr. Billig’s book is an accessible, personal and compassionate look at the need to recognize losses and other traumas so that they don’t become life-long themes.

Registration required here https://www.chevychaseathome.org/content.aspx?page_id=4002&club_id=559717&item_id=1769632&event_date_id=255
Wednesday
28
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BMAV and Sibley Memorial Hospital Senior Services offer a free workshop by member Chris Palmer on how to improve your life - Design Your Life for Success. Free and open to the public but registration required.