Category Archives: Adult

Intro to Beginner’s Yoga

Monday, April 29th, 6:00-7:15PM

The potential health benefits of yoga include stress reduction and improved fitness.  Join us as Amy from Essence Yoga & Wellness discusses the benefits of yoga and demonstrate basic postures.    Participants should dress in comfortable clothing.  Register by calling or stopping by the library.

Check out our materials on yoga.


Essence Yoga & Wellness

Internet Safety Toolkit

Tuesday, April 30th, 5:30 pm –7:30 pm

Are you concerned about your children and teens being safe using social media, smart phones, and the Internet?  The rapid advancement of technology leaves many adults wondering how to help children navigate the world.  Join us on Tuesday, April 30th, 5:30PM for the Internet Safety Toolkit.  Participants will understand technology, social media risks, and learn how to keep children and teens protected from unsafe material and predators online.  There will be activities for children in the children’s room.
TO REGISTER Call: 606-365-7513

Refreshments will be provided.

Blue Ribbon

This offering is approved for CE credits for Social Workers, Lincoln County School District employees, and library staff.  –  Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky is approved by the Kentucky Board of Social Work to sponsor continuing education for credential holders. Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Sponsor #: KBSW-SP121011.

Peacing It Together: 2013 Lincoln County Child Abuse Prevention Campaign organized by

Lincoln County Child Abuse Prevention Committee: A collaboration of community agencies, schools,  public library, and human service providers.

Grant Sponsors: The River Foundation, KY River Foothills CCC Program, and First Southern National Bank

Staying Sharp & Prepare to Care

Stop by the library on Monday, April 22nd, 10:00 am for these two programs from AARP, presented by library staff members, Bev Madden and Rebecca Roark.

Prepare to Care: Most people understand that it’s helpful to plan for the future. But when it comes to caring for an aging relative, many families don’t have a plan until there is a problem.  In this portion of the workshop, participants will review Prepare to Care: Planning Guide for Families.  The AARP Foundation has developed a guide to help you and other family members discuss and create a caregiving plan for yourself, aging parent, other relative, close friend or neighbor.

Staying Sharp: This portion of the workshop focuses on understanding how the brain works and how we can maximize brain function and brain health, particularly in the second half of our lives. Keep your brain in top condition with insights from the “Staying Sharp” booklets, which recount the most recent advances in brain studies.