*Note: Both talks will be geared towards giving general information and are not intended for individual financial counseling*
April 27th: Investing in a Low-Interest Rate Environment 11am in the Community Room.
April 28th: Your Guide to Retirement Accounts: IRAs, 401(k)s, and Other Retirement Savings Vehicles 6pm in the Community Room.
Mindfulness Tools for Everyday Living
Thursday, May 12th: Community Room at 6pm – 7:30
If you are among the thousands of adults tired of living on auto-pilot – moving from one activity to the next without time to take a breath – or finding it difficult to turn off the constant chatter in your minds, then this evening seminar is for you!!!! The session is led by Midge Miles, a personal growth facilitator and narrative consultant. She found new energy and focus for her life when she was introduced to mindfulness meditation and practice in 2003. A daily practitioner she now provides group instruction for others who want to reduce the inner chatter, judgment, and sense of overwhelm that characterizes so many of our lives. During this hour and a half program, participants will learn what mindfulness is and why it is currently being featured in so many print and online publications. Participants will also receive instruction on Ten Tools for Mindful Living. Midge is a seasoned educator who easily engages adult learners in ways that both entertain and inform!
Programs are always free to attend and are open to the public.
If you have questions about a program, or if you’d like to volunteer your time to present a program, please contact the library at 262-626-4312.