Northland Library Events for October
.WISE WALK CONTINUES
Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. - 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7 – at Pie Traynor Field
Walking may be the simplest way to work out. Your heart gets exercise, you’ll lower your blood pressure, and your bones will get stronger. Walking also eases stress and can boost your outlook on life. The group meets each Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. directly at Pie Traynor Field to walk together and enjoy the fall weather. Water and snacks will be provided each week.
INTRO TO LYNDA.COM
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 – 11 a.m. -1 p.m.
Looking to learn a new skill or brush up on your technology know how? Come learn all about Lynda.com, the newest addition to the library's electronic resources. Lynda offers thousands of online courses for business, software, technology, and creative skills that you can follow at whatever pace best suits you.
Stop by for an introduction to Lynda.com. Staff will be available to help you navigate the site and get started on your first course. No registration is needed for this drop-in program.
THE MANY REALITIES OF CLIMATE CHANGE: A COMMUNITY DISCUSSION
Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 7- 8:30 p.m.
Join us for a town hall-style program on Climate Change. The panel will look at the symptoms of Climate Change, from extreme weather events such as melting ice and rising sea levels to problems relating to health and the global economy, discuss the science behind it and suggest some solutions.
The panel will include Ward Allebach, Rod Elder, Dr. Soren Fanning, JC Kasten, and Larry Schweiger.
TERRIFYING TALES FROM THE CABIN
Friday, October 13 at 7 p.m.
Jones-Neely Log House, Blueberry Hill Park
Have you ever experienced the fear of staying in a haunted house? Are you convinced you've had a close encounter with a ghost or spirit? Experienced storytellers and novices alike are encouraged to share terrifying stories with the group. Whether it's true or you've heard it from the friend of a friend, bring your spooky and scary tales and join us at the Jones-Neely Log House at Blueberry Hill Park. The Steel City Ghost Hunters will show off some ghost hunting videos to set the mood, and local author Thomas White will share some terrifying local stories. Snacks and libations will be provided, but please bring your own lawn chairs and blankets for seating. We'll have a bonfire to help warm you against the bone chilling tales!
Registration is required for this 21+ event.
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