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

    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.

  • Chair Yoga with Mary Conway
    9:30 – 10:30 AM
    $50 for 4 classes I $15 for walk-ins

    Chair yoga is a gentle form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing while using the chair for support. It will improve flexibility, increase strength and reduce joint strain. Incorporating breath work with the poses can help clear the brain of unwanted thoughts, improve mood and decrease stress.

    This class can benefit people with Parkinson’s disease, MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis and other auto-immune diseases, as well as those recuperating from surgery.

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  • Gardiner Tech Support with
    Hunter Huang
    5:30 – 7:30 PM
    Call to reserve a time.

    Need help with your laptop (PC or MAC), tablet (iPad or Kindle), smartphone (iPhone or Android) or other device? Don't have a computer and don't know where to start?

    Drop by or call ahead (recommended) to reserve a time for 1:1 individual help with our Gardiner Tech Support.

    Hunter Huang is a recent Rochester Institute of Technology graduate and provides technical support at Gardiner Library.

  • Clutterbusting with Sue Story
    Saturday, August 3
    11:30 - 1:30 PM
    Pre-register by Aug. 2
    Cost: $5

    Lecture covers basic clutterbusting and organizing as well as time, paper and stress management. This is followed by sharing and addressing individual situations. Group input is highly encouraged.

    Sue Story began ClutterBusters, an organizing service for businesses and residences, in 2000.  Ms. Story has been studying the art of Feng Shui since 2001 and has taught basic organizing in the continuing education divisions of several area community colleges and high schools.


Anime Club with Carolyn Thorenz
Wednesdays 7/24, 7/31, 8/21 and 8/28
5:30 - 8 PM
Watch a different movie each week.

Draw your favorite anime characters and watch
My Neighbor Totoro.

Concession stand with free snacks and refreshments.