Yoga for Kids!

Saturday October 4, 2014: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm -- Pittsfield Branch: Program Room

This event is intended for grades K - 5.

Local teacher Natalie Berry will lead a fun, story-yoga program for kids.

How To Advocate For Your Child With ADHD And Other Special Needs At School

Tuesday October 7, 2014: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

This event will be recorded

Debora Blake, J.D. and Director of ACCESS Education, Advocacy and Consultation will instruct parents of children with ADHD how best to advocate for their children at school. She will give the audience a basic overview with plenty of time for questions and answers.

This event is co-sponsored by AADL and CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder) of Washtenaw County.

Hospice Memorial Gathering event

Sunday October 12, 2014: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm -- Malletts Creek Branch: Program Room

The staff and volunteers of Arbor Hospice's Grief Support Services cordially invite you, your family, and friends to honor the memory of your loved one at this Memorial Gathering.

You are encouraged to bring a photo of your loved one to display on a Memorial Table during this program. Light refreshments will be served.

Arbor Hospice is a community resource that provides grief support services to any member of our community who has experienced a loss through death. In addition to providing support services to family members who have utilized Arbor Hospice’s services, programs are open to any member of the community who has experienced a loss.

For more information on Arbor Hospice Grief Support, contact Grief Support at 734-794-5460 or mschultz@arborhospice.org.

Nurturing Baby & You: For Babies to Pre-Walkers

Thursday November 6, 2014: 10:00 am to 10:45 am -- Downtown Library: Youth Story Corner

This event is intended for children age 3 months to pre-walkers with their adult (no older siblings, please)

Gari Stein leads this unique program that focuses on play, movement and touch, featuring rhymes, tunes for everyday routines, massage, waltzing, folk dance, instruments, lullabies, and more. This event promotes healthy development and strong bonds derived from research on the body-brain connection. It’s a time to share resources and support and turn cranky to calm in a warm, gentle, and nurturing environment. No older siblings, please.