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  • Ukuleleans-Gardiner Library Ukulele Club
    Second Wednesdays of the month
    7:00 – 9:00 PM

    Free.
    All ages welcome, from beginner to experienced.

    Our aim will be to encourage one another along as we have fun with this uniquely upbeat instrument. We’ll also give individuals the opportunity to perform for the group, if they desire, building confidence to perform in front audiences.


    Jeff Pfeffer has been playing the ukulele for over 20 years, giving lessons to beginners along the way. He particularly enjoys tin-pan-alley, novelty songs, and sing-a-longs, with a focus on performance.

  • Yoga Nidra: A Guided Meditation
    Class with Wendy Blair
    Third Sundays (no meeting in Feb.)
    12 - 1:00 PM
    $10 suggested donation

    Community Rest Circle: Come Rest with Us! Yoga Nidra: A Guided Meditation for Anxiety and Stress Relief.

    Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation that uses a combination of intention-setting, guided body scan, breath work and imagery as gateways to reducing mental, emotional and physical tensions.

    Wendy Blair, LCSW-R is a holistic psychotherapist, accredited certified Emotional Freedom Technique/EFT “tapping” practitioner, and a Daring To Rest Yoga Nidra Facilitator. For questions, contact Wendy at wblair@wendyfblair.com.

  • Graphic Design Workshop - Part 4
    Saturday, February 1
    4:00 to 5:30 PM
    Free.
    Pre-registration encouraged. Walk-ins welcome.
     
    Over four weeks this workshop will cover an introduction to GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program), a free graphic design program.The skills learned can be applied to a wide range of purposes: editing photos, creating professional layouts for fliers, brochures, letterhead, developing a logo, digitizing hand drawn images and more.
     
    For more info click here.

  • Historical Miniature Gaming
    Saturday February 15
    2:00 to 3:00 PM
    Meets the third Saturday of the month

    Look at history a whole new way as battles are strategized table-top style. Designing figures and terrain will be explored during gaming time.

    This program was made possible through a grant from
    the Historical Miniature Gaming Society (HGMS). Contact Carolyn Thorenz at cthorenz@rcls.org for more information.
     
    For more info click here.


Fabric, Yarn and Craft Supply Sale
Saturday, February 1
10 AM - 2 PM


Donations of clean and sorted (by type) fabrics, yarns, notions, and craft supplies may be dropped off at the library during regular business hours through Sunday, January 26th. 
 

Gardiner Library Annual Appeal Fundraiser
 
Please consider donating to our annual appeal.

Your generosity allows the Gardiner Library
to continue to offer high quality programs and resources to more people, improving the quality of life in your community.  We thank you for making it possible.