TREK for Civility Week

Encouraging Tolerance, Respect, Empathy and Kindness

All-NPL Reads presents “Orphan Train” Author Christina Baker Kline

Tue., Jan. 19 @ 7-9 PM
Slover Library, Community Room 650

Join us for an evening with Christina Baker Kline, author of “Orphan Train,” as she discusses her book. A Q&A session and book-signing will follow. Copies of the book will be available to purchase.

Win a Meal with the Author!

10 lucky patrons and their guest will have the opportunity to share dinner with the author at Pretlow Anchor Branch Library on January 19 at 5 PM. Entries will be collected December 28- January 11. Anyone 18 and up can enter.

Entry Form (avail. 12/28/15)


Other Special Events:

Join us for a variety of films, performances and Storytimes that focus on building tolerance, respect, empathy and kindness (TREK) in our surrounding community.

Success without Stress

Presented by the Art of Living Foundation, An NPL TREK for Civility Week Event

Are you overwhelmed with stress in your personal and professional life? Would you like to achieve success with less stress?

Discover the art of calming the mind through the power of the breath. A calm, peaceful mind is the source of great energy and joy. It is also the foundation from which confidence, focus and better relationships are built.

This dynamic 90-minute session will introduce you to practical wisdom and powerful techniques to rejuvenate and de-stress. Relax and learn how to attain greater mental clarity, happiness and creativity. You will leave this session with insights and practical tools that you can apply to enhance your daily life.

This is an experiential and interactive workshop, sponsored by the Art of Living Foundation.

The workshop is open to youth and adults.

(All Ages)

(757) 441-1750
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