Health Care and Your Retirement
Lacy Phelps, financial advisor, will discuss topics such as Medicare coverage and traditional medical expenses, long-term medical expenses, and some strategies for addressing uncovered expenses at the Hunterdon County Library, Rt. 12 Flemington, on August 24 at 7:00 pm. Light refreshments will be served. To reserve, call 908-788-1434 or visit the Events Calendar at www.hclibrary.us
Lacy Phelps, a local Edward Jones Financial Advisor, brings a wealth of knowledge with an MBA in Finance and more than 8 years of experience in the Financial Services industry. Lacy works with individuals and small businesses in an intimate, one-on-one environment with the support of thousands behind the scene. She has an established process to determine what’s important to you and partners for the long-term to help you reach your financial goals.
“Alchemy of the Sole”, Open House for Local Artist
Lindsay Abromaitis-Smith, artist, writer, and healer living with ALS will display her artwork for the month of August at the North County Branch Library, Clinton, with an Open House August 26 from 2:00-4:00 pm. In addition to meeting Lindsay and viewing her artwork, there will be two video presentations: the first is an excerpt from a wonderful theater piece by Lindsay: “Bloom. She is Descending”, and the other a recent Channel 12 TV appearance. More of Lindsay’s story and artwork can be found on her website: alchemyofthesoul.com. Light refreshments and beverages will be available. To reserve, call 908-730-6135, or visit the Events Calendar at www.hclibrary.us.
Lindsay is dedicated to making art that helps people remember what is essential to being. Her commitment to being creative throughout the progression of the disease is an act of empowerment and defiance as much as it is one of acceptance and surrender. Lindsay began her artistic career in puppetry and performance. Her writing on ritual through puppetry and the use of the idol in art was published in The New York Arts Magazine’s summer 2011 issue. In 2012, shortly before she was diagnosed with ALS, Lindsay debuted two puppet works in NYC. After living and working in NYC for the past 12 years, Lindsay moved to the Toshiko Takaezu Studio in Quakertown, NJ as an artist in residence in June of 2015. She is now exploring painting and bodywork using her feet, while also giving energy to writing, gardening and cooking.