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How to do Things!: Yoga on January 25

This free, introductory level class is the perfect opportunity to discover a new healthy habit for a new, healthy year!

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Healthy Habits Forum on January 22

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. Read more »

Author John F. Baker Jr. begins our Black History Month celebration on January 29

Baker's beautifully written book The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation:  Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom has been hailed as “a groundbreaking work of history and a deeply personal journey of discovery.”

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Digital Age Job Seekers Series

Our last session in this series is this Thursday at 9:30 am and 5:30 pm in the Main branch's second floor events room. It will cover how to master the job interview and how to "dress for success!"

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How to do Things!: Tai Chi on February 8

Steffan de Graffenried from the Taijiquan Center of Huntsville will introduce us to the practice of Tai Chi. Read more »

The Philosophy of Happiness

Find happiness TODAY at 6:30 pm at the Main library! Philosopher and economist Dr. Erik Angner will speak about what great philosophical thinkers can teach us about how to pursue happiness in our daily lives.

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How to do Things!: Get Published

Calling all authors! In this session on December 14 at 6:30 pm, you will get practical advice and guidance about how to approach the process of publishing your work, from New York Times bestselling author, Scott Oden. Read more »

Meet bestselling author Scott Oden

Please join us on December 5 at 2 pm for an exciting visit with New York Times bestselling author of historical fiction, Scott Oden, as he talks about his most recent novel, The Lion of Cairo. Read more »

Find "Happiness" at the library!

Please join us on November 21 and December 16, as we explore the mysteries of happiness from two unique perspectives, in a special two-part lecture series just in time for the holidays.

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