STRESS MANAGEMENT: A NEW PARADIGM TO MANAGE STRESS AS WE AGE
A New Paradigm to Manage Stress as We Age
with Michael Denmeade,
Director of the Therapeutic Recreation Department at Mt Ascutney Hospital and Health Center
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Hartland Public Library
We all experience energy going in the body vs energy going out the body. Learn what limits your well-being and what gives you energy to fully live as healthy as possible, no matter what your age or condition. This includes physical exercise, nutrition, sleep and relaxation. Michael Denmeade BS, CTRS, CBIS has given this presentation at national and state conferences, businesses and at cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 436-2473 for more information.
Sponsored by Aging in Hartland and the Hartland Public Library.
MOVIE NIGHT AT THE HARTLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY
at the Hartland Public Library
Fridays in May
All movies begin at 6:00Pm
Friday, May 5: Selma
David Oyelowo stars as Martin Luther King, Jr. in this 2014 historical drama set during the height of the American civil rights movement, depicting the marches from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to secure voting rights for black people. (Rated PG-13)
Friday, May 12: Ruby Bridges
The true story of Ruby Bridges, the first African-American student to attend integrated schools in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1960.(Not rated)
Friday, May 19: Freedom Song
Freedom Song tells the story of the struggle of African-Americans to register to vote in the fictional town of Quinlan. In the midst of the Freedom Summer, a group of high school students in the small town band together to make grassroots changes in their community. (Not rated)
Friday, May 26: Crooklyn
A semi-autobiographicaly film co-written and directed by Spike Lee, the film takes place in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, NewYork, during the summer of 1973. Its primary focus is a young girl, Troy, and her family. Throughout the film, Troy learns life lessons through her four rowdy brothers, her loving but strict mother, and her naive, struggling father. (Rated PG-13)
A Vermont Reads program
ITALIAN CONVERSATION GROUP
Every Tuesday afternoon, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM in the library community room.
Every Wednesday, 3:30PM - 5:30PM
Library Community Room
All are welcome for a friendly game of cribbage!
GAMES FOR SENIORS
Games for Seniors meets every first and third Wednesday at 1pm. All seniors are welcome! Participants choose the games - Scrabble, cards or board games.
STORYTIME AND ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN
We currently offer two weekly programs for children: a storytime for infants through age 5 and an after school club for grades 1-6 (younger with a parent). See the "Children and Teens" section of this website for more information about youth programming.