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The Sleeping Mat Project
Helping the Homeless, While Recycling!
Did you know recycled grocery bags can create colorful, woven mats for homeless individuals in your community? Through a partnership with Integrate for Good and Angels in Motion, the Indian Valley Public Library is joining the project. Each week community members will join to learn different parts of the project including cutting bags, making loops, making “plarn” (plastic yarn), and weaving the mats on a loom.
Anyone is welcome to join us!
Contact Nicole Husbands at email@example.com for information or with questions.
Thursdays from 5 to 7 pm
Play tabletop and card games. All ages are welcome, however, adult supervision is required for players under 12.
Join Darryl Smith as he presents “Linguistics and Literature: Partners in Creativity” on Thursday, May 9, 16, 23 from 7pm – 8:30pm.
In these sessions, attendees will experience the literature of South African peoples, Native Americans, and the elderly and the young. You will enjoy excerpts from such great writers as Arthur C. Clarke, E. E. Cummings, Robert Frost, Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, William Faulkner, Bob Dylan and James Baldwin. Our group welcomes young readers as well as us “not so young”. Be prepared to share, to read aloud, to explore myth and morphology, metaphor and etymology.
Darryl Smith is a former professor of English at Muhlenberg College and Souderton Area High School teacher.
This program supports the PA Forward Initiative.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 215-723-9109, ext. 3 or visit the reference desk.
6 Fridays from 2 to 3 pm, May 3 – June 14 (no class 5/24): 6-week series – $40 for series or $8 drop in
Hatha yoga is the general term for just about all the yoga we practice in the U.S. This class incorporates breathwork and postures designed to open, stretch and strengthen the body. This is a great class for beginners. Students may feel stronger, more grounded and more relaxed after this class.
Classes taught by Kathy Tooley, 500-hour Kripalu Yoga Instructor E-RYT / Owner of nearby Anahata Yoga and Wellness Center in Lederach. To register, call 215-740-1354.