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This Month's Events:
Chair Zumba Wednesdays, 10:00am In the library Join EPLM and Dr. Shellie Fraddin for Zumba that is suitable for all fitness levels! Dr. Shellie is a Health Coach, Wellness Educator providing immune-boosting services and programs to older adults for a healthy long life. She’s been teaching Zumba Fitness classes since 2005 and was once called the “oldest Zumba Instructor in the world.”
Yoga Wednesdays, 6:00pm In the Community Room In this set of classes, Kristina will familiarize participants with some of the foundational poses of a well-rounded yoga practice. Focusing on alignment, breath and centering your attention, this class is great for beginners or those looking for a refresher on basic yoga postures. Yoga is different in every body and this class is all about taking the time to find what works for you. Suggested readings will also be offered for those interested in deepening their understanding of yoga beyond the physical practice. Some props that may enhance your experience: a blanket or large towel, small pillow or cushion. EPLM has a limited number of mats and blankets available.
Scrabble Tuesdays, 6:00pm Ask at the Desk for the Location Come play Scrabble at the library! Beginners welcome. Scrabble typically meets in the conference room or ask at the front desk for game location. For adults 18+.
Knitters and More Saturdays, 10:00am In the Library Craft with good company!
Burnout Prevention with Courtney Edwards Tuesday, February 6, 6:00-8:00pm In the Library Join Behavioral Health Coach Courtney Edwards of Alchemy Coaching for a presentation on burnout and how you can better prevent and manage it. Registration is required. To register please call (845)647-5530, or email email@example.com.
Grown Up Game Night Wednesday, February 7, 6:30-7:30pm In the Library Now with new games like Quirkle, Werewolf, Herd Mentality, and more! Join us for great pizza from a local pizzeria, fun games, and good company! Do you have a game you’ve been hoping to play? Let us know! Call (845)647-5530, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Valentine's Day Craft for ages 5-11 Friday, February 9, 4:00pm In the Library Children ages 5-11 with a caregiver are invited to come make a Valentine’s Day Craft!
Family Movie Night Tuesday, February 13, 6:00pm In the Library Come join us for a fun PG movie about four turtle brothers who attempt to win the hearts of New York City. For children and teens ages 5-18 and their families. Children 11 and under must be accompanied by a caregiver.
Goal Setting Workshop with Courtney Edwards Saturday, February 17, 1:00pm In the Library Join EPL&M and Behavioral Health Coach Courtney Edwards for a Goal Setting Workshop to get you ready for 2024! Registration is required. To register please call (845)647-5530, or email email@example.com.
Melanin’s Poppin: A Conversation on Colorism with Charnikia Pinesett Monday, February 26, 6:00pm In the Library The Melanin’s Poppin workshop led by educator Charnikia Pinesett will explore the root causes of colorism, the effects of colorism on people of color, and ways that we, as a community can overcome colorism. The workshop will also include an original song to encourage and inspire the community. Registration is required. To register please call (845)647-5530, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parent’s Night In: A Craft and Games for Parents and a Movie and Coloring for Kids Tuesday, February 27, 6:00-8:00pm In the Library Calling All Parents of Children 5-11! Join us for Parent’s Night In- an event where parents get to do a fun craft for adults, or play a game with other adults while their children watch a PG movie and color! Pizza will be served for all, tea and coffee will be available for the grown-ups, and popcorn and hot chocolate will be available for the children.
"This newest superhero movie manages to provide Brie Larson's return as Captain Marvel, and it also acts as the graduation from Disney+ miniseries star to feature film hero for newcomers Iman Vellani and Teyonah Parris. While fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films and shows will find it easiest to understand the happenings of the opening scenes, all viewers will quickly fall into the action and fun that the story provides. The three lead characters work well together in action and character development scenes, but the real driving force of the film is the amazing special effects. The Marvels is a solid addition to the MCU that’s filled with action-packed fight scenes, an impressive cast, and interesting developments for the Marvel franchise."
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