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Join us every other Friday this summer as the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will present a topic related to the Summer Learning theme “Tails and Tales.” Each event will include an hour long presentation from a CMNH Educator followed by an activity or craft led by a HLHS Librarian. All activities can be completed with supplies from home, though the library will be providing up to 50 take home kits, first come first serve. Kits will be available closer to the date of the event.
These events will be held on Zoom and will not be recorded.
All ages are welcome. Content will be geared towards 1st to 5th grades, touching on Ohio Learning Standards for Grades 1-8th.
Registration is required for each event.
The Hudson Library & Historical Society will offer a four-week session of Tai Chi for adults at 10 a.m. on Tuesday mornings July 13, 20, 27, and August 3. These classes will be held in person on the lawn by the library patio. Learn how Tai Chi can boost energy, improve balance, and help reduce and manage stress. The slow movements and mindful breathing make Tai Chi the perfect exercise for people of all ages and physical abilities. These 60-minute classes are taught by certified Tai Chi instructor Nancy Gardner. Participants may want to bring a chair or blanket. Proper social distancing is required. Separate registration is required for each class.
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