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Last year, a group of people who graduated from a high school in New York in 1962 interviewed classmates to find out what their lives during the e_SSRq60s and beyond had been like. Anna Polesny of Northampton, one of the producers, describes the project as “a fascinating journey.” The result is the film “Turning Pages” that will be shown at the Northampton Senior Center, Aug. 2 at 1 p.m. Discussion with the filmmakers follows. Free.
ANOTHER GOOD BET
On Monday wordsmiths Lisa Colt, Tommy Clark, Daisy Mathias, Bob Lipton, Linda Tumbarello and John Berkowitz read about “Growing Older: Valley Poets and Writers on the Joys and Challenges of Aging,” 7 p.m., Rocky Hill Cohousing, 100 Black Birch Trail, Northampton. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org.