Join this supportive group of writers for a five-week mini-series designed to get you drafting and publishing stories about your life. No writing experience needed! Due to the progressive nature of drafting, plan to attend all sessions.
Who: Anyone 18+
Where: Kimberly Public Library
When: Jan 16-Feb 13, meets every Thursday, 6-7pm
How: Register HERE
This course, Tai Chi Easy, consists of both tai chi and qigong movements – a warm-up and cooldown, self-massage, breath exercises, and meditation. Participants develop their abilities to focus and concentrate in a deep state of relaxation through breath practices, movement, meditation and self-massage providing simple, effective self-care skills that can be used throughout life and well into the “successful aging” process. Consistently practicing tai chi and qigong can help you manage stress and pain, reduce anxiety, improve sleep, mood, balance, and stamina.
Is cabin fever getting you down? Even in Wisconsin the growing season can be 365 days long. House plants fill that gap when the outdoor plants are dormant. There are a few simple keys to keeping your indoor garden thriving – selecting the right plant, light, water and fertilizer. Learn some easy tips about each of these keys.
Pruning is an important part of keeping your shrubs healthy. Pruning keeps things under control, improves blooming and health. A professional arborist will walk you through when and how pruning should be done.
Winter blues got you down? Bundle up and head over to the Little Chute Library for a special three-week session of winter-themed stories and crafts perfect for preschoolers and their loving caregivers.
It's time to boogie! This special story time includes musical stories, rhymes, and get-up-and-get-grooving songs perfect for active kids up to age 6. Please bring along a dry pair of shoes to help keep the dance floor clear of winter slush.