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October 8, 2022
625 Riverside Drive NE
Join Nia on a tour of Munsinger Gardens! Learn about the history, along with a guided walking tour. Walking abilities are a must to attend this tour. Space is limited, please register in advance. Tour will last one hour in length. Please meet by the gift shop in the Clemens Gardens.
Free for members or purchase a day pass for only $5.00. Priority will be given to members.
The backup date for rain will be Thursday, August 18th at 10 AM.
Join Jade from the Great River Regional Library for Technology Talks.
First and Third Wednesday of the month at 11 AM
Each month a different topic will be covered, feel free to bring your devices and questions! Join either in-person or on Zoom.
Topics of the month:
June-Computer questions, searching, security, benefits of laptop vs desktop vs tablet, and other basic functions.
July-Social Media and other apps
August-Tablets and Phones
Spring Forest Qigong is a simple, efficient, yet effective method for helping you manage and reduce stress, heal physical and emotional pain, and enhance your quality of life! Anyone - regardless of ability, age or beliefs - can practice Spring Forest Qigong to become healthier and happier. Benefits of Qigong include stronger muscles, improved metabolism and digestion, balanced energy, mental clarity, and improved movement.
Instructor: Jerry Wellik
Meeting ID: 835 0494 6681
3rd Wednesday of the Month
Once a month, give your time to find inspiration and find writing. The group will be using How to Love the World, Poems of gratitude and Hope Edited by James Crews Foreword by Ross Gay. Whitney Senior Center will have a copy available to use during the class. Feel free to bring your own materials, poems, and your writing.
In-Person only. Once a month, give your time to find inspiration and find writing. The group will be using How to Love the World, Poems of Gratitude and Hope, edited by James Crews, Foreword by Ross Gay. Whitney Senior Center will have a copy available to use during the class. Feel free to bring your own materials, poems, and your writing.