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  1. JumpBunch
    Time : 10:15 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : New Time! JumpBunch is a fun, highly energetic introduction to a wide variety of sports & activities that even young learners benefit from! Have fun while focusing on spatial awareness, muscle development, and coordination. Please register for one session only. Register January 3.
  2. Game Day
    Time : 11:00 AM
    Location : Young Adult Room
    Details : Whether you enjoy bridge, canasta or mah jong, bring your game supplies and some friends and spend time playing and socializing. We will set up tables and chairs in the Young Adult Library on the lower level.
  3. JumpBunch
    Time : 11:15 AM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : New time! JumpBunch is a fun, highly energetic introduction to a wide variety of sports & activities that even young learners benefit from! Have fun while focusing on spatial awareness, muscle development, and coordination. Please register for one session only. Register January 3.
  4. Yoga Kids
    Time : 4:30 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Yoga is a fun way for kids to build strength, spirit and self-esteem. By using interactive games and animated postures, kids will build body awareness, improve concentration and focus, and learn how to release energy and relax. Register January 3.
  5. Learn to Speak English
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Program Room
    Details : Adults who want to learn English are invited to participate in free ESL classes. Taught by a native English speaker, the classes are designed to help new English speakers practice and improve basic reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in English, in a casual and fun environment. The classes are free and open to all.
  6. Making Sense of Recent Elections
    Time : 7:00 PM
    Location : Meeting Room
    Details : Join Dr. David Sprintzen, professor emeritus at Long Island University, for a lecture and discussion. First the British vote to withdraw from the European Union, then the American election of Donald Trump startled experts and deranged established political expectations and institutions. Similar forces have seemed to be at work at other European countries, though with modified results. What are we to make of these election results, and what do they portend for the future of Western liberal democracies? All welcome.
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