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1001 Books you Must Read Before You Die

Isn't that a catchy title? This is a great resource if you are looking for a good book to read.book cover image 1001 Books You must Read Before You Die is available at several branch libraries and is a reference tool at Central (you can't take it out but you can use it in the library).

The Power of the Mind to Heal- Inspirational Film Festival

 In this film Dr.Joan Borysenko, a Harvard-trained medical scientist, as well as an expert in psychology and mind-body medicine, teaches through compelling examples and deeply moving stories. You will learn how to gain greater inner peace, understand your ego, overcome fear, develop a philosophy of compassion and forgiveness and more.

Soles of the Century-History of Shoes

Join us for the Soles of the Century talk on Wednesday, June 17th at 7pm in the Stevenson & Hunt room in Central Library, to explore the history of shoes with Fanshawe Pioneer Village staff as they discuss the social and historical importance of shoes.For most of human history, footwear has been both a necessity and a luxury worn by all classes within society.

Science of Health

Join us on Thursday, June 18th at 7pm in the Stevenson &Hunt room A for this fascinating talk: Science of Health, about fundamentals of nutritional health, researches of the century, crisis of leadership in our public and private institutions, end egregoriously inaccurate facts about

EcoLiving London- London's Environmental Evolution

If you are interested in living more sustainably, but have no idea where to begin, you arent alone. Searching for "green" resources in London often feels like looking for that needle in the hay stack. How can we make things better?

From Bird Flu to Swine Flu-how to survive in the culture of fear

Recent media hysteria surrounding the H1N1 virus is reminiscent of the bird flu scare in 2006. As swine flu headlines taper down their coverage of the story, consumers are left to wonder whether there was anything to fear in the first place.

Science of Health- a historic review of the dark ages of medicine to the light of nature

Join us for a holistic evening about fundamentals of nutritional health, researches of the century, crises of leadership in our public and private institutions, and egregiously inaccurate facts about fat, proteins and carbohydrates, on Thursday, June 18th at 7pm in the Stevenson & Hunt ro

Forest Gardening-create a copy of a natural eco system

Are you a gardener? Would you like to recreate a natural eco system in your backyard, garden or maybe in the boxes on your balcony? Join us for one or both sessions on Forest Gardening.

Nature's Health Spa: how to make teas, ointments and tinctures for your health and beauty

Nature's Health Spa: how to make teas, ointments and tinctures for your health and beauty , a talk by a herbalist will take place on Wednesday, April 29th at 7pm in the Stevenson & Hunt room A. Join us for this session to experience Nature for its beauty, natural medicine, and culinary values.

Awakening Your Garden

Join us for a talk : Awakening Your Garden on Thursday, April 30 at 7pm in Stevenson & Hunt room A, in Central Library,  by a Master Gardener, Ron Rossini, which will take us through the important steps in successfully preparing a garden for summer. Many areas will be covered including perennials, soil, vegetable gardens, lawn care, ponds, roses etc. The presentation will be appreciated by both the new and experienced gardener.

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