The Noble Public Library presents the upcoming free workout series “Tai Chi for Better Balance.” The six-week, 12-part series, begins at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, and runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays at that time through Thursday, June 29.
Ages 18 and up are invited to participate, and they will learn from a certified instructor about basic Tai Chi movements as a way to reduce a risk of falling while increasing balance and flexibility.
Registration is required in advance to attend classes.
The Noble Public Library invites families with preschool children to the library every day, but particularly to visit on Tuesday mornings for its “Tadpole Tuesdays” program series.
Starting at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays the library is open, events are tailored to ages 2 to 5 and include different themes focusing on early literacy skills each week.
Programs during June include:
June 6 – Preschool Story Time
June 13 – Make and Take
June 20 – Learning by Leaps
June 27 – Magic of Music
Registration is not required in advance to attend.
The Noble Public Library will present a five-week, 10-session free Pilates class series, beginning at 5 p.m. Monday, June 19, and running on Mondays and Wednesdays through Wednesday, July 19. Classes will take place in the Coman Culbert Community Room of the library.
The exercise sessions focus on flexibility, strength and endurance for any level of fitness through a low-impact workout.
Ages 18 and up may participate. Registration is not required in advance.
Participants will prepare two to three items each day, typically a snack, an entree and a dessert.
Ages 12 to 18 may participate. Each day's session will last for about an hour, and participants should play to attend each day.
Registration is required in advance.
Benjamin Franklin is coming from the 18th century with his many sayings and into the Pioneer Library System’s 2017 Summer Reading Program for the event “Ben Franklin LIVE.”
The program welcomes all ages and is set for 6 p.m. Thursday, June 29, at the Noble Public Library.
It is, in fact and of course, not THE Benjamin Franklin but a believable facsimile, played by Stephen Smith. Smith’s goal with the program is to “bring history alive,” and he does so through authentic costume and words of the statesman.
Find out more about the program and Mr. Smith here.