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Fit for the New Year

Get off to a strong start on your healthiest year yet!  The Help Yourself to Health Initiative presents a special program about how you can get fit and enjoy a healthier lifestyle on January 11. Read more »

Don't Stress: A Special Stress Reduction Workshop

Resolve to have the happiest and least stressful year of your life! You'll learn practical techniques to reduce stress and anxiety during this program on January 12.

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How to do Things: Tai Chi

We're  on the path to a healthier lifestyle this new year, with Steffan de Graffenried from the Taijiquan Center of Huntsville who will introduce us to the practice of Tai Chi on January 24. Read more »

How to do Things: Eat Chocolate

Thought you already knew how to eat chocolate? Well, it's possible to enjoy it even more! Learn how on December 13, just in time for the holidays!

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Happy (and healthy!) Holidays

This program is canceled, but will be rescheduled. Please check back soon for new date and time.

Celebrating Native American History: A Special Author Event

We are pleased to welcome three authors who have written books that highlight Native American history and culture, for this special event on December 6. Read more »

Eating Well with Diabetes

With the holidays upon us, it's a great time to learn how to eat heathier AND enjoy our food! Join us for this special American Diabetes Month event on November 29. Read more »

An afternoon with Dr. Sonnie Hereford

We are honored to present a special talk by local civil rights activist, Dr. Sonnie Hereford, on November 13. His new memoir, Beside the Troubled Waters, chronicles his experiences during the civil rights era in Huntsville.

National Novel Writing Month

November is National Novel Writing Month. Enjoy the moral support and camaraderie of other aspiring writers every Monday evening throughout November, as you attempt to pen the great American novel. Read more »

Alabama Issues Forum on state dropout rate

In this public Alabama Issues Forum on November 3, citizens will have the opportunity to carefully weigh differing perspectives on productive ways to approach Alabama's student dropout issue. An RSVP is required to participate. Read more »

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