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Eat Your Way to Health

Are you making New Year Resolutions? Is a perfect diet one of them? We have a program which might help you with that. Join us on Thursday, January 8th in the Stevenson & Hunt meeting room A for: Eat Your Way to Health. Leading Health experts in live-food nutrition & holistic wellness, Shantree and Lorenna Kacera from The Living Centre & Living Arts Institute will talk about designing the proper diet, one that makes us feel amazing in each moment, leads us to limitless beauty, and increases longevity.

Managing Holiday Debt

The holiday season will be passing by before you know it and you may find yourself looking at depleted bank accounts and maxed out credit cards. Despair not.  There are many financial experts and resources available to help you pay off your holiday debts in a timely and sensible manner. Tips from

Is it Graffiti or Street Art?

An interesting new show has recently opened at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto entitled:  "Housepaint, Phase 2: Shelter  -- the first exhibition on the subject of street art in a major Canadian Museum".

Reading Rocks

The London Public Library is excited to be hosting 40 family literacy events at 10 different locations over the next year to help families teach literacy in simple, fun ways. Our Reading Rocks events are free ,require no registration and are open too all families. Thanks to EDPRO Energy Group for donating the funds to make these events possible at Beacock, Carson, Central, Cherryhill, Crouch, East London, Jalna, Pond Mills, Sherwood and Westmount locations. Dates and times will be listed at participating locations.

Insider Secrets

Have you been sending out resumes and not getting any response? Have you had interviews that you thought went really well and then you never heard from the company again? Or worse yet, have you had interviews that ended abruptly after only a few minutes and you don't understand why?

Holiday relief

This time of year is usually busy for most people. Kids are off for the Christmas holidays, excited and looking for things to do. Sometimes parents are looking for some good and inexpensive ways to entertain their children, especially after the expense of Christmas. Look no further!

Christmas Chick Lit

If you are a big fan of chick lit here are a few titles that will put you in the holiday mood!

Traveling Solo

I recently read about a website that encourages and supports women traveling alone. Whether you are young and single, older and single, there are numerous reasons women choose to travel by themselves. Choosing a safe destination, eating alone, discouraging unwanted attention and paying the extra single supplement

Christmas Reading

Need something to get you in the mood for all your holiday shopping? Or perhaps you need a get-away-from-it-all read? Why not try some fiction written about the holidays? The library has