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Friday, October 21, 2011
How Far Have You Traveled on Your Passport to the Blue Zones? via @ Chelsea District Library
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How Far Have You Traveled on Your Passport to the Blue Zones?
There is still time to sign up, play and win! The Passport to the Blue Zones is a month-long wellness challenge intended to help you incorporate healthy habits observed in Blue Zones into your every day life. Each time you implement one of the habits in the booklet, mark it off. When you've completed them all, bring your passport in to pick up your prize and enter your name in the Grand Prize drawing!
Choose fun fitness prizes like hula hoops and jump ropes, fitness DVDs, water bottles, bike pumps, healthy cookbooks and more. Grand Prizes include a massage at the Wellness Center, a session with a private trainer, a Color Nook e-reader and gift certificates to local businesses.
This is a game the whole family can play and it's a great incentive to start practicing what The Blue Zones preaches! Stop in and pick up your Passport at the library today!
Dance Along, Sing Along!
Dance and sing along with Mrs. Beth! Join local music teacher Beth Battey for songs, dances, and musical games for children and parents to do together, followed by open playtime. Siblings welcome. Beth Battey is a co-organizer of the Cumberland Dance Week family dance camp, and teaches music at several local day care centers, as well as private music lessons to all ages.
Have questions about The Blue Zones you would like to ask Dan? Let Sara know ahead of time through email when you RSVP or bring them with you.
Dan Buettner's National Geographic cover story on longevity, "The Secrets of Living Longer", was one of the top-selling issues in history and made him a finalist for the National Magazine Award. In his book, The Blue Zones, he reveals strategies for longevity found in Blue Zones: places in the world where higher percentages of people enjoy remarkably long, full lives. In his book he discloses the recipe, blending this unique lifestyle formula with the latest scientific findings to inspire easy, lasting change that may add years to your life.
Friends of Chelsea District Library Still Need 8 People to Save the Book Sale
Thank you to everyone who has offered to donate time to help save the Friends of Chelsea District Library book sale! The Friends still need eight volunteers to keep the book sale running.
Long time Used Book Sale Coordinator, Sharon Pignanelli, is stepping down from her leadership role at the end of the year. The sale on November 12 of 2011 is the last one she will be coordinating!
The book sales are currently the only revenue generating event organized by the non-profit group, the Friends of Chelsea District Library. Funds produced play an essential role in enabling many library programs and funding special library needs. Library funding is continually decreasing and extra revenues from the Friends are
needed more now than ever.
Please contact Cynthia Silveri, President of the Friends email@example.com for more information.
The Chelsea District Library is nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide equal access to quality resources that serve the lifelong cultural, educational and informational needs and interests of all people.The Library currently serves 14,000 residents in the Chelsea district - City of Chelsea plus Dexter, Lima, Lyndon and Sylvan townships and more than 20,000 individuals visit the Library each month.The Library's state-of-the-art facility is an access point for information including: books, periodicals, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, downloadable e-books, subscription databases as well as access to the Internet.In addition to providing dynamic services to complement and support local schools and other important community needs, the Chelsea District Library strives to present timely, interesting and high-quality programs and events to engage and enrich the Chelsea community.
Anna Cangialosi, Marketing Coordinator Chelsea District Library