Oct
24
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Oct
24
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on September 26th and continue through November 21st. The fee is $8 per session.

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Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

One Book One Valley: Author Event!

The culminating event of One Book One Valley 2019 will be a presentation by author Amy Ellis Nutt on Thursday, October 24 at 7:00 p.m. at Loynd Auditorium at Kennett High School in Conway. Amy Ellis Nutt, author of Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family will speak and answer questions. This presentation will include a Skype conversation with members of the Maines family, the subjects of the book. Amy Ellis Nutt is a Pulitzer Prize-winning health and science writer for The Washington Post. The evening will end with a Q & A session, and a book signing by the author. This program is made possible through a grant from New Hampshire Humanities.

For One Book One Valley’s program lineup visit: https://onebookonevalley.org/

'Becoming Nicole is a powerful and illuminating book about one couple's journey in coming to accept and nurture their transgender daughter. It's a page turner and a heart opener. I couldn't recommend it more highly.' Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild

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Oct
26
10:00 AM10:00

Farmers Market

The Ward family from Fly Away Farm in Stow will sell tasty vegetables, herbs, jams, honey, eggs, meats, bread, and many homemade gift items. Karen Lipiatos will be offering therapeutic grade essential oil products, including non-toxic cleaning products, bug sprays, etc. Craft will have homemade sweet and savory pastries. Every other Saturday through October.

If you are interested in being a vendor please call Shelby Monroe at 925-3177.

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Oct
28
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Oct
31
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Oct
31
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on September 26th and continue through November 21st. The fee is $8 per session.

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Nov
4
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Nov
7
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Nov
7
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on September 26th and continue through November 21st. The fee is $8 per session.

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Nov
9
10:00 AM10:00

Farmers Market

The Ward family from Fly Away Farm in Stow will sell tasty vegetables, herbs, jams, honey, eggs, meats, bread, and many homemade gift items. Karen Lipiatos will be offering therapeutic grade essential oil products, including non-toxic cleaning products, bug sprays, etc. Craft will have homemade sweet and savory pastries. Every other Saturday through October.

If you are interested in being a vendor please call Shelby Monroe at 925-3177.

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Nov
14
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Nov
14
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on September 26th and continue through November 21st. The fee is $8 per session.

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Nov
18
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Nov
21
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Nov
21
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on September 26th and continue through November 21st. The fee is $8 per session.

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Nov
23
10:00 AM10:00

Farmers Market

The Ward family from Fly Away Farm in Stow will sell tasty vegetables, herbs, jams, honey, eggs, meats, bread, and many homemade gift items. Karen Lipiatos will be offering therapeutic grade essential oil products, including non-toxic cleaning products, bug sprays, etc. Craft will have homemade sweet and savory pastries. Every other Saturday through October.

If you are interested in being a vendor please call Shelby Monroe at 925-3177.

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Nov
25
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Oct
21
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Oct
17
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on September 26th and continue through November 21st. The fee is $8 per session.

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Oct
17
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Oct
14
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Oct
12
10:00 AM10:00

Farmers Market

The Ward family from Fly Away Farm in Stow will sell tasty vegetables, herbs, jams, honey, eggs, meats, bread, and many homemade gift items. Karen Lipiatos will be offering therapeutic grade essential oil products, including non-toxic cleaning products, bug sprays, etc. Craft will have homemade sweet and savory pastries. Every other Saturday through October.

If you are interested in being a vendor please call Shelby Monroe at 925-3177.

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Oct
11
12:00 PM12:00

Story Swap: Heritage

Storytelling on the theme of “Heritage” proved so compelling in September that the October swap will also follow this theme. Jo Radner offers a few prompts to stimulate memories:

  • how you got your name, or nickname. What does it mean to you and others?

  • one thing you especially remember from the place where your grandparents live or lived.

  • a relative with an unusual talent or habit.

  • one of your first relatives who came to America.

  • something that happened in your family that you would like other members of your family always to remember.

Stories on other topics are welcome as well!

Come to listen and/or tell. We provide beverages; bring a snack to share, if you wish. All are welcome!

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Oct
10
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on July 3rd and continue through August. The fee is $8 per session, or participants may pay for the series in advance at a discount.

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Oct
10
9:00 AM09:00

Kripalu Gentle Flow Yoga with Naomi King

Yoga is for everybody! Kripalu Yoga uses pranayama (energetic practices), asana and mudra (physical practices), meditation and relaxation to empower individuals in the exploration of an integrative, holistic pathway for well-being and resilience. Naomi King is a registered, certified yoga teacher from the Kripalu lineage and a wheelchair user who practices both chair and mat-based yoga. This class is appropriate for beginning and more experienced students engaging in gentle practice and offers a choice of chair yoga or mat-based yoga depending on the individual participant's abilities.

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Oct
7
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Oct
7
1:00 PM13:00

The Page Turners: The Bluest Eye

Page Turners, the Monday afternoon book discussion group, is reading classics old and new this fall. This month we will be discussing “The Bluest Eye” (1970), the riveting (and short) first novel of the American Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison, who died this past summer. Copies of the book may be requested through interlibrary loan.

We then turn to a Dickens novel, “Dombey and Son” (1848), which is very much also about Dombey and daughter. Since this novel is typical of Dickens in being very, very long, we’ll be discussing it over two sessions, reading through chapter 32 for November 4 and completing the novel for our December 9 gathering.

The Page Turners is welcome to everyone, and we select books by consensus! If you’d like to join the group’s email list to receive notifications of meetings and questions to consider in advance, please contact Sue at lanser@brandeis.edu.

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Oct
3
11:00 AM11:00

Tai Chi with Pam Katz

There are many styles of Tai Chi, but Pam will focus on the sun style, which is recommended by the American Arthritis Foundation for being the least stressful on joints. It is also known to improve balance. Other benefits may include improved muscle strength and coordination, concentration and memory. Participants may also experience reduced arthritic pain and improved cardiac function.

Pam Katz has been studying sun-style tai chi for 20 years and has been teaching for 13 years. This class will begin on July 3rd and continue through August. The fee is $8 per session, or participants may pay for the series in advance at a discount.

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Sep
30
5:30 PM17:30

Yin & Restorative Yoga with Kathleen Moulton

Restorative Yoga postures help to relieve the effects of stress. Through the use of props such as bolsters, blankets, blocks, straps, chairs and the wall a completely supportive environment for total relaxation is created. Participants will be guided through a progressive series of supported postures. Each posture has a variety of benefits. While supported in these postures the student will be given guidance to explore the body and breath and learn the art of relaxation for body and mind.

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Sep
28
10:00 AM10:00

Farmers Market

The Ward family from Fly Away Farm in Stow will sell tasty vegetables, herbs, jams, honey, eggs, meats, bread, and many homemade gift items. Karen Lipiatos will be offering therapeutic grade essential oil products, including non-toxic cleaning products, bug sprays, etc. Craft will have homemade sweet and savory pastries. Every Saturday through September.

If you are interested in being a vendor please call Shelby Monroe at 925-3177.

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