Mastering Movement Mondays: How to get unstuck from the daily rut
A 3-part workshop series for adults
Monday, January 6, 13, & 27
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
This free course series is designed to:
- Provide actionable tools to live into your own greatness
- Identify and change limiting beliefs in your way
- Develop a resilient mindset and self-image reflective of your true worth
Special guest trainer: Melanie Browning
Welcome to free ENRICH computer courses from the Library!
Learn Microsoft Excel basics. Excel is a spreadsheet program that helps you manage numbers. It is frequently used in today’s workplace. Once you begin to understand the basics, you will find it is an easy, helpful and fun application to use.
(Prior experience with computers and an understanding of the Windows operating system is necessary to succeed in this course. Need more experience first? Ask us about other free computer classes available @ your Library.)
- Enrich classes are specifically designed for adult learners.
- You’ll receive a free workbook in each class.
- A computer is provided during class.
- Pre-registration is required at the library.
- All courses are free of charge.
- Instructors & small classes = Success!
Registration is required.
Guiding Good Choices™ is a series of workshops (5 two-hour sessions) for families with children 9-17 years old.
The fun, interactive sessions help to improve family communication and bonding. Practical methods are learned to reduce arguing and help avoid problem behaviors. The result is a more communicative and compassionate home where all family members are involved.
Baby Bookworms is a parent-child lap sit program using the 7 days 7 ways principles from Very Ready to Read.
Designed for babies from birth to 24 months.
This program is repeated 2 times and begins when full.
Children 2 and older can enjoy programs for their age groups such as Wiggle Worms and Storytime. Look for these in our calendar!
Did you know that Tooele Valley is one of the fastest growing areas in the state? In anticipation of this growth, Utah Transit Authority, Tooele County, Tooele City, Grantsville City, Wasatch Front Regional Council and Utah Department of Transportation have partnered to study potential transit solutions for the area that will help create more transportation options for residents throughout the Valley. We need to hear from you! Come to our first open house event on Thursday, January 30th from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Tooele Technical College (88 South Tooele Boulevard, Tooele) to tell us what is working and not working for you in terms of the existing transit options. Can’t make it in person? We will be streaming the event LIVE at facebook.com/RideUTA
This FREE, evidence-based program will help participants recognize the warning signs, risk factors, and common behaviors of those at risk for suicide. Participants will learn skills on how to best help and potentially save lives of loved ones. This training is for anyone who would like resources on this important issue. Participants 12 and older are welcome to enroll.
Program information available at www.qprinstitute.com