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LIBRARY BUDGET VOTE
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12 @ 7 AM TO 9 PM
ABSENTEE BALLOTS AVAILABLE
Fun Movies for Everyone!
We are pleased to announce that our next AARP Defensive Driving classes will be held on Monday, November 26. We will begin registration on October 29. Please call (914) 630 – 5888 to register.
Westchester Library System and Mamaroneck Public Library invite patrons to learn about authoritative sources on health matters – from diseases and conditions to evaluation of doctors and hospitals, from drugs and supplements to Medicare management. Know where to start and what you can expect from these online tools. Discover sources worth mastering and practices that will keep you safe online.
Saturday, January 12, 2019
2 – 3:30 pm
in the Library Tech Lab
Each participant will receive a National Library of Medicine Essential Online Health Information for Older Adults pamphlet and bookmark from the ALA (American Library Association) Health Literacy Toolkit.
To register, please call (914) 630-5888
If you ever have the sense that things are more stressful than they need to be, your sense is correct!
Our emotions are are at the core of nearly everything our brains do, so when we become biochemically addicted to certain emotions, such as anger, anxiety, or sadness, it can be extremely destructive, leading to issues such as depression, anxiety disorders, compulsive eating, and drug and alcohol addiction. Join John Montgomery, Ph.D., and learn how emotional addictions can cause unnecessary stress and pain in your life, and what you can do to overcome them.
John Montgomery, Ph.D, is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at NYU, and also maintains a private therapy practice in NYC and Westchester.
Snowdate: January 26.
No registration required.
The regularly scheduled meetings are open to the public and take place on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Meetings are in the Community Room of the library. Occasionally, dates are changed when they fall close to a major holiday or present a unique scheduling conflict (e.g., the Board meeting of Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019).
Note: The Board meeting on Wednesday, May 22 will be held in the Program Room, followed by dinner.