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Yoga for our young friends

Did you know that May is Mental Health Month? We’re starting a Children’s Yoga program to give kids some tools to help them decompress. Check our Events calendar for sign-up information, and get ready for some movement, relaxation, and breathing exercises. Wear your comfy clothes and get ready to move.

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VIRTUAL: The Basics of Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency

Wednesday, May 25th @7:00pm You can’t read the news without seeing hype about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Is this the first wave of a cashless future or just an overhyped technology? One thing is for sure: there’s a lot of money riding on its success. Join Michael as he discusses the basics about Bitcoin. Presented […]

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HPL Armchair Travelers : THAILAND

HPL Armchair Travelers is going to Thailand.  Take a look at all the electronic resources we have on that country, such as ebooks, audiobooks, music, movies, and more. Don’t hesitate to explore on your own! Click on the following link to see a list of e-resources on Thailand!

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Messy Roots

This coming of age graphic memoir tells how Laura Gao immigrated to Texas from Wuhan, China when she was about 4 years old. It was quite the culture shock – no one could pronounce her name or where she was from. She eventually decided she wanted an Americanized name and chose Laura for herself. Growing […]