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  1. Wednesday Wellness: The Importance of a Healthy Diet and Lifestyle

    January 17, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    Presented by Dr. Renee Barrile, registered dietitian and nutrition professor from the UML College of Health Sciences. Join us as we learn tips and tricks to keep our New Year's resolutions in 2018 and beyond!

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  2. Friday Fiction: A New Year of Reading!

    January 19, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    Happy New Year! Have you made a resolution to read more this year? Join us for this Friday Fiction and we'll get you off to a great start with a list of great new fiction, nonfiction, Teen and Children's books. What ever your taste in reading, don't miss it!

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  3. Mindfulness and Mediation

    January 21, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    Join author Beth Kurland for a workshop that will provide you with practical tools to be more calm and mindful in your everyday life. Read more about her amazing techniques at https://bethkurland.com/. Ms. Kurland will bring copies of her book, The Transformative Power of Ten Minutes to sell after the event.

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  4. FREE CONCERT AT CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

    January 21, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Central Congregational Church

    Central Congregational Church will hold free concert on January 21 at 3:00 pm. There is no admission fee but a voluntary offering will be taken. It will be Trio Amaranti which is an early music chamber ensemble that brings baroque chamber music to audiences across the United States. The trio uses the combination of two baroque flutes and a harpsichord to create unique and varied programs. Maria Gabriela Alvarado is a respected performer of baroque and modern flute. Mr. Adam Buttyan is an early woodwinds specialist and music scholar. Kyle Collins is a sought after harpsichordist and continuo player in the North Texas area. He makes the third member of the trio. Call 978-256-5931 for additional information.

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  5. Mindfulness and meditation workshop with Art of Living

    January 24, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    Join us for this free 90-minute mediation and mindfulness workshop full of ways to reduce everyday stress and even depression in your life. Led by a certified meditation instructor, this session will include: * An examination of the powerful Mind, Body, Breath connection * Some mindful breathing exercises to calm the mind and find more energy. * A guided meditation. * Q&A or Talk about how a daily meditation practice can enable one to find lasting peace and joy, by connecting to one's inner self. Don't miss this session as the perfect way to start off a new year of health and well-being.

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  6. Clutter Control 101 with Dave Downs

    January 25, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    Join Dave Downs for a humorous, engaging, and informative presentation that will help you to fulfill that New Year's resolution once and for all and gain better control over clutter. He'll talk about several BIG reasons why Americans have so much STUFF: We might need it someday; We have grown children that have moved out and left their things behind; it just needs a little repair, are just a few reasons for our clutter problem. Decluttering is a process, not an event. Everyone is different, and there is more than one way to approach, manage and discard possessions. He'll discuss the pros and cons to selling, donating, giving away, throwing out and paying someone to take our stuff away. You'll leave the program with new ideas, methods and helpful hints, and a way to start to reverse the tendency to bury yourself in treasures!

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  7. Wednesday Wellness: The Importance of a Healthy Diet and Lifestyle

    January 31, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Chelmsford Public Library

    Presented by Dr. Renee Barrile, registered dietitian and nutrition professor from the UML College of Health Sciences. Join us as we learn tips and tricks to keep our New Year's resolutions in 2018 and beyond!

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