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Weight Loss Seminar, Watercolor Basics, Psychic Evening This Week

Watercolor Basics and Preserving Memories this week in Port Jefferson.

Here's a look at what's happening in Port Jefferson this week.

Watercolor Basics: Artist Regina Halliday will be here to get you started on watercolor painting. You will learn all about color theory and watercolor painting techniques. Everyone will then apply these techniques to an actual painting project which you will complete that night. This class is open to adults with skill levels from basic to intermediate. All supplies are included and there is no class fee at the Port Jefferson Free Library on Jan. 14 at 10:30 a.m.

Weight Loss Seminar. Dr. Arif Ahmad and John T. Mather Memorial Hospital in Port Jefferson have been jointly recognized as a Bariatric Center of Excellence since 2007 and now offer a comprehensive program including nutritional support, psychological help, exercise programs and surgery. Thousands of patients have benefited from this program, which is recognized as a premier program in Long Island. Physicians, nutritionists and staff provide the support and help you need to be successful and get your life back at Mather Hospital on Jan 14. at 6:30 p.m.

Preserving Memories: Victor Sussman, a graphics professional, will show you how scanning skills can save your prized photos, slides and important documents. With the completion of this class, you will have the technical knowledge to perform this process. You may bring with you up to 3 (total) photos, slides or documents (up to 11x17) to be scanned in by the presenter and saved to a flash drive or CD you bring to class on Jan. 15 at 6:30 p.m.

Psychic Evening: All attendees will have access to speak with a Clairvoyant, as well as, participate in a tarot card reading, numerology, astrology, raffles & more. $25 per reading. For more information call Save-A-Pet (631) 473-6333. This event will be held at the Port Jefferson Village Center on Jan 16. beginning at 6:30 p.m.

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