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January Library Programs

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Ongoing Programs

Sundays 10am. Yoga. Advanced beginner level. Teacher: Christine Texiera. $3.00

Mondays Noon-5pm. Internet Access/ Quiet Study Space in the Herrick Room. Free

Tuesdays 6pm. Watercolor Art Group. Call library for details. Free

Wednesdays 10-11:30am. Preschool Playgroup with Sylvia Wetherby. Free

Wednesdays 10-11am. Healthy Bones & Balance for Seniors with Marianne Vinal, OT. Free

Wednesday 5:30-6pm. Adult Strength Training with Rosie Heidkamp. Free

Wednesdays 6-6:45pm. Self Breema/Mindful Stretching with Luc Bodin & Trudy Smith. Free

Thursdays 9:30am Pilates with Kim Sobieski. (class full)

Fridays 10am Yoga with Shay Cooper. Intermediate level. $ 8.00- $10.00

Saturdays 8:30- 9:30am. Adult Strength Training with Rosie Heidkamp. Free

Sat. & Suns. 6pm AA Open Meeting. Free

Special Programs

Breema Bodywork Mini Sessions Saturday January 6th 10-noon. 4 Breema body workers offering 20 minute sessions of Breema massage that includes tension-relieving stretches and movements to create balance. Wear comfortable cloths. Sign up recommended. Free

Sci Fi Book Discussion: Timewise by Wendell author Bob Leet. A fast paced adventure dealing with rogue FBI agents, quantum physics and time travel. Six copies of Timewise are available to borrow from the library. Discussion with author is on Sunday, January 28th 3- 4pm. Free. Additional copies available for purchase through Amazon.

Handmade Jewelry Classes for 4th grade and older with Gail Krutka. Wednesdays, January 17th& 24th 1:30-3:30pm. Sign up is required. Limited to 10 participants. Home schoolers encouraged to attend. Free.

January Health Programs

Internet Medical Research with Margot Malachowski, MLS. Thursday, January 18th 4pm

Powerpoint talk on effective methods and websites for researching both western and alternative medicine with the goal of helping participants advance their own research. Tea provided. Free

Healthy Gut Bacteria with Alicia Walters, MS, RDN/LDN. Saturday January 20th, 10am-noon. Powerpoint presentation on emerging science in the field of microbiome, diet and health and how to incorporate pro and prebiotic-rich foods for beneficial health outcomes. Free

Lacto-Fermented Foods with Luc Bodin and Trudy Smith. Saturday January 27th 10am-noon. How to make flora friendly pickles, relishes & condiments using roots, cabbage, horseradish and spices. Lots of samples to taste. Free

Call the Library for more Info or to sign up for programs 978-544-3559

 

Mostly Yoga

altSunday Morning Yoga 10am.

Please arrive a few minutes early to settle in.

December Teachers:

1st Sunday Shay Cooper,

2nd Sunday Christine Texiera,

3rd Sunday Jackie Howard,

4th Sunday Sasha Rivera,

5th Sunday Shay Cooper.

All other months instructor teaches for the entire month. A variety of yoga styles are taught.

START TIMES VARY, DEPENDING ON THE SEASON.
Teachers' Schedule

Jackie Howard - October 9am

Sasha Rivera - November 10am

December: 1st sunday Shay Cooper, 2nd Sunday Christine Texiera, 3rd Sunday Jackie Howard, 4th Sunday Sasha Rivera, 5th Sunday Shay Cooper.

Christine Texiera- January 10am

Janice Doubleday - February 10am

Donna Horn - March 10am

Kathy Sward - April, 9am

TBA - May 9am

A donation of $3 or more is requested to help sustain the program. STUDENTS OF ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME.

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Upcoming Science Fiction / Horror Movie nights in 2018

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For the 2018 season the Science Fiction / Horror Movie series will follow two themes: The Science Fiction theme will be time travel and the Horror theme will be witches. Both of these themes are well covered in literature and on screen (big and little). Time travel is a fascinating subject with issues of cause and effect paradoxes and speculation on what the future holds. Witchcraft has also fascinated humanity since the stone age and the idea of people that can cause magical things to happen can be both frightening and exciting.

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Free Healthy Bones & Balance Class

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Every Saturday Morning at the Library

8:30-9:30am

Boomers and Seniors are welcome to participate in strength & balance classes. Great for weight loss too!

Hand weights provided. All exercises are done sitting or standing.

Class is on a drop in. Wear comfortable clothes. Form taught first Saturday of each month. Please arrive 5 to 10 minutes early.

For more information talk to Rosie

 

Please Donate good condition DVDs and Books to the Library

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altDonate Used DVDs & Books.
We may add them to our collection for others to borrow or place them in our ongoing book sale. Either way, your donation helps the library and your neighbors.

DVDs The Library DVD collection gets heavy use and it's hard to keep up with the demand for new and varied titles. If you have DVDs in good condition collecting dust on your shelves, please consider giving them an new active life at the library. Even if it's a title you know the library already owns, we are always happy to replace our worn copy with a donated copy in better shape.

Books Donations of recently published fiction and non fiction books (2014-2017) are also appreciated to round out the library's collection. Donated books need to be in good condition to make it on to the shelves. If we decide not to add a donated book to the collection, we can still place it in the Book Sale Carts in the lobby. Proceeds from those book sales help purchase new books and DVDs for the library collection.

We ask that you bring your DVD and book donations to the library during open hours, so that we can quickly sort through and pick out the items that make sense for the library shelves or our book sale. All others can go to the used book box at the WRATS. Please don't leave boxes of donations on the porch.

If you have any questions, please e-mail or call 978-544-3559. THANKS!!

 

Commonwealth Catalog

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Massachusetts residents with a library card can now check out resources from a state-wide network of libraries, including the UMass Amherst Libraries, and pick them up at their own local library, using the Commonwealth Catalog.
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Explore Yoga

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altwith Shay Cooper
Most Fridays at 10:00 AM
Mixed Levels All Welcome!

$8-$10 per session, or barter
 
 

AA Meetings

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AA Open Meeting

Saturdays & Sundays
6-7 PM
Wendell Library Herrick Room


All Welcome

 
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LIBRARY HOURS:

Oct through May

Mon 12:00-5:00 Internet only
Tue  12:00-7:00
Wed 10:00-7:00
Thu   3:00-7:00
Sat    9:30-3:30
Sun  11:30-3:30



PHONE: (978) 544-3559
LIBRARIANS:
Rosie Heidkamp, Director
Joy Brenneman, Asst. Librarian
ADDRESS:
PO Box 236
7 Wendell Depot Road
Wendell MA 01379
DIRECTIONS: Google Map

 


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Library Calendar

AA Open Meeting
Sat Jan 20 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
"The Time Machine (1960)"
Sat Jan 20 @07:30PM -
AA Open Meeting
Sun Jan 21 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sat Jan 27 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sun Jan 28 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sat Feb 03 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sun Feb 04 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sat Feb 10 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sun Feb 11 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sat Feb 17 @06:00PM - 07:00PM
AA Open Meeting
Sun Feb 18 @06:00PM - 07:00PM

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