Sep 26 Monday
Arts Live Theatre is gearing up for fall! Classes are available for ages 4-5, 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18 years old. Alt offers classes like ZOMBIE MANIA, CHARLOTTE’S WEB, THE MINISTRY OF MAGIC DISCOVERIES, PEPPA’S ADVENTURES, CHICKEN LITTLE AND FRIENDS, FANCY NANCY’S SHENANIGANS, and PODCAST THEATRE and more! Classes begin the week of September 26 and run for 8 weeks. Teaching Artists are theatre professionals and educators. For more information and to register please visit, www.artslivetheatre.com today. Space is limited so register now!
A team of volunteer yoga instructors will teach a variety of in-person yoga classes at the library every week.
Sep 27 Tuesday
Arts Live Theatre is thrilled to announce the 2022 summer theatre camps. A wide variety of camp themes are offered for young artists ages 6-8, 9-12 and 13-18 years old ranging from Hogwarts Wizard Training Camp, Mary Poppins, Run Away and Join the Circus, Peter Pan, Annie Jr, Alice in Wonderland, Wizard of Oz, Whodunit Theatre, and much, much more! The fun begins Monday, June 6th offering one-week and two-week camps through August 12th. Teaching artists are theatre professionals and educators. Space is limited so register today at www.artslivetheatre.com
This is a class for the beginning student. The main focus will be on everyday life: how to introduce yourself; how to order at a restaurant, vocabulary for taxis, airports, hotels for example. Cost of class includes the workbook Spanish Workbook for Adult Beginners.
Build a support system with people who understand.
Alzheimer’s Association® caregiver support groups, conducted by
trained facilitators, are a safe place for caregivers, family and friends of persons with dementia to:
• Develop a support system.
• Exchange practical information
on caregiving challenges and possible solutions.
• Talk through issues and ways
• Share feelings, needs and concerns.
• Learn about community resources.
Generations scholar, Judith Tavano, returns with an updated version of Wit & Wisdom of Aging. She looks at what's good about aging, what's less than good, what we can and cannot change.
Sep 28 Wednesday
Sep 29 Thursday
There is a solution forimproving the body changes that come withaging. Healthy aging requires one to systematicallystretch and condition muscles that willprotect the aging joints. The slow, exact movementspracticed in Yoga will enhance strength,eliminate joint stiffness, restore flexibility andrange of motion, improve agility, and improvebalance. These key areas - strength, flexibility,agility and balance - are the foundations ofhealthy living and living without the morningshuffle of pain and stiffness.Viknisvari Willis, a certified Yoga instructorwho teaches at the Arkansas Yoga Center,will guide participants in the practice ofYoga, emphasizing that Yoga means unionwith our mind and body. Focus will beon breathing and some meditation techniquesthat help calm the nervous system.Dress in clothing in which you can movefreely. Optional suggestions for participantsto use in class are a yoga mat, yoga blocks, straps and a blanket or pillow.