Did you know....?
Did you know that reference librarians in the nation’s public and academic libraries answer nearly eight million questions weekly. Standing single file, the line of questioners would stretch from New York City to Anchorage, Alaska. (University Library CA State)
Give Thanks @ your Library! Gala Celebration: On Sunday, Nov. 18 at your library, there is a quilt auction and fall open house from 2 to 6 p.m. for a $5 suggested donation. We will have live music with Jamie Becktel and Dan Fitzpatrick, cider pressing (Please bring your own apples and a container – we will have a few apples) horse and buggy Rides courtesy of Will Stone, campfire and storytelling with Lloyd McNeal, kits crafts and games, fall treats, flagpole dedication and flag raising culminating at 6 p.m. with final and closing bids on quilts. Come one, come all ... bring your friends, family and neighbors. While we really love them, no dogs, please.
Fireside Chat with Dr. Amy Loschert: Saturday, Nov. 17 at 1:30 p.m.
“Uncovering the Myths and Facts About Naturopathic Medicine, A New Model of Care”.
Many people are justifiably frustrated with the care they have received within the conventional Western medical model. Feeling that one is heard, validated, and then cared for throughout their treatment is lost in this model most of the time. Naturopathic medicine is an alternative system that utilizes the ancient wisdom of our ancestors combined with an evidence-based approach to healthcare. Dr.Loschert, Naturopathic Doctor, will be discussing the whole-person philosophy and history of naturopathic medicine as well as the training an ND undergoes compared to an MD and other practitioners such as herbalists, homeopaths and unlicensed naturopaths. Case studies from patients with menopause, colitis, anxiety and eczema will be used to illustrate what one can expect when seeing a naturopathic doctor. Loschert has opened her practice, River of Health Family Care this year in Dolores after having practiced for the past 8 years in Phoenix, Ariz., focusing on Women’s Health.
Murder Mystery Dinner at your library sometime in late winter. Interested?
Mark your calendars: Annual wreath making class at MPL with Mary Vozar on Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. More information to come.
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