A big thanks to all of our wonderful patrons who donated for the Great Give Back! Congratulations to the patrons who won our raffle:
The Book Bundle: Evan N.
Sammy Brown's Walkaway Cafe: Rene T.
Twin Ravens Coffee: Matthew C.
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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!
LEGO Club (Ages 5-11 with a caregiver) Thursday, November 9, 4pm In the Library Come build with LEGOS at the library!
Fall Kids Craft (for ages 5-11) Friday, November 17, 4pm In the library Make a fun leaf bookmark at the library! No sign-up required. All children under 10 must be accompanied by a caregiver.
Scrapbooking Workshop with Veronica Knoll Tuesday, November 28, 6pm In the library Learn how to scrapbook with Veronica Knoll! This is a great way to learn to preserve holiday photos in a way that is ideal for reminiscing with family or on your own!
Grown-Up Game Night Wednesday, November 29, 6:30pm In the Library Enjoy pizza and great games in good company!
How to Handle the Holidays with Courtney Edwards Monday, December 11, 6pm In the library Do you find the holidays stressful? A lot of people do! Join Cognitive Behavioral Coach Courtney Edwards for a workshop on how to better navigate the stresses that come with the holidays. Whether you are dealing with family, or dealing with being alone for the holidays, this is the workshop for you!
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