You are invited to attend a support/networking group meeting here every Friday morning from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.*
We provide a supportive environment where members can get ideas, direction, support, solve problems, learn or improve skills, and network to improve their job search and career. The group also provides a safe, caring environment to discuss the personal/emotional issues related to job search and career management.
Those in transition, unemployed, or under-employed are welcome to attend and bring friends!
varies month to month, please visit the Meetup link below for the most current schedule.
Join Jacquie O’Mally of the Center for Mindfulness & Wellness for this FREE event. Learn how to use the techniques of mindfulness to make this school year a success for everyone in your household, from elementary-age kids to teenagers to supportive parents and guardians.
Register below or call the library at 610-828-0441 for more information.
Tai Chi is simple but not easy. Practicing tai chi can help reduce pain and increase energy and mobility. It helps to reduce tension and improves balance, coordination, and memory. It’s not a magic pill though … it takes practice and commitment. It’s also beautiful and fun!
The class begins with gentle, mindful qigong movements and continues into warm ups with a combination of qigong and tai chi. The focus of our class is Yang 24 Forms. This is a universal form and the most popular.
We take our time, pay attention to our body, and enjoy the learning process. If you would like further information please contact me at email@example.com.
Always check with your doctor before participating in any exercise program.
Classes are Fridays, 10:00 to 11:00am. Class dates are 9/1, 9/22, 9/29. The fee for this 4-week session is $20 (pay as you go is not offered). A portion benefits the library.
Bring the whole family and help us build a better world with bicycles. This fun-filled evening begins with a program about the history of bicycles presented by The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles. After, enjoy an outdoor presentation of high-wheel bicycles and unicycles. There will also be a workshop for bike repair, and we’ll launch the addition of a bike repair kit to our collection for those times you’re in need. We’ll have a special visit by Kona Ice to help us cool down (the first fifty people will receive a free Kona Water Ice).
No registration required!
Special Note: If you ride your bicycle to the event, you’ll be given a raffle ticket to win a special prize.
Program sponsored by the Friends of the William Jeanes Memorial Library