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LIFE = Learning, Inspiration, Friendship, and Enrichment

Meets Wednesdays @ 10:00 a.m. in library meeting room 131 unless otherwise noted.

Monthly LIFE Fliers (PDF):
December 2018
January 2019
February 2019

December 2018

  • December 5 — German Christmas Markets
    Librarian Lauren Hall shows us how Germans come alive during the Christmas season and celebrate this holiday with fervor. Try some non-alcoholic glühwein or kinderpunsch.
  • December 12 — Christmas Carols
    Bring your joy and good cheer to sing along with children’s librarian and musician Jen Crouse.
  • December 19 and 26 — No Workshops

January 2019

  • January 2 — No Workshop
  • January 9 — Make Your Own Kind of Music
    Singer songwriter Sia Beaton gives insights on how to write songs and may perform a few numbers herself. Ask her about her song, “I’ve Never Been to Scotland.”
  • January 16 — Hypnotic Suggestion
    Dan Perez of Hypnosis Works! demonstrates hypnosis techniques and explains how they can help you lead a happier, healthier and more productive life.
  • January 23 — The Science of Happiness
    Don’t be a victim of your moods. Tejal Ravani, healer and happiness coach, uncovers practices based on science to tap into improved well-being and positivity. Say and do your gratitudes.
  • January 30 — The Joy of Japanese Flower Arranging
    Enjoy the beauty of simplicity and enhance your soul with ikebana. Professor Yoshiko Smith, Ikenobo Ikebana Society of Texas, demonstrates this ancient art.

February 2019

  • February 6 — Reverse Aging the Natural Way
    Ellie Trinh of Gramen Farms and Skin Probiotics is back to help you keep your brain and body young and stress free. Learn cutting-edge information on the gut, skin and oral microbiome.
  • February 13 — Carol Ann and Claire’s 4th Annual Chocolate Extravaganza
    Test your knowledge of the iconic candy bars of your childhood with our chocolate quiz and crowning of the Chocolate King or Queen.
  • February 20 — Taking a Stand
    History repeats itself and Professor Tom Kelly shows the recurring patterns of police brutality and civil rights issues by exploring the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City when two American athletes gave the Black Power salute when receiving their medals.
  • February 27 — Crawfish Etouffée
    Cajun culture aficionado, Scott Furtwengler, prepares this rich and exotic Louisianan dish to perfection while librarian, Jane Stimpson, fills us in on its history just in time for Mardi Gras on Tuesday, March 5.

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Maintained by: C. Gunnels-Assistant Director for Adult Services & Staff Training