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  • Jan 31 Friday

Health and Wellness Fads – What’s New? What’s True?

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Florissant Valley Library presented by Rx Outreach, Bridgette Sims Presentation Description:  Each year ushers in a new crop of health and wellness trends and diets that get people talking. Discover some of the newest health-focused practices in this exciting workshop. Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option to enjoy a healthy lunch catered…

  • Jan 31 Friday

Eating Smart, Being Active Class 5 of 6

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Samuel Sachs Library presented by NDTR University of MO Extension, Barb Larson Presentation Description:  Eating Smart, Being Active is a 6-week (one hour each) evidence-based, healthy eating and active living curriculum.   Activities include dialogue-based learning and hands-on activities. Lesson content includes physical activity, nutrition, healthy lifestyle choices, food preparation (cooking skill development), food safety, and…

  • Jan 31 Friday

Energy Assistance Day

  • 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Stay warm this winter. Get help applying for energy assistance, including the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). You may qualify for up to $1,125 in energy assistance. Explore Spire’s other assistance programs. Make sure to bring these documents: Current heating bill (Natural gas, propane, or electric) Current electric bill Copies of social security…

  • Feb 3 Monday

Introduction to Tai Chi Sponsored by Allwell Homestate Health

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Grant’s View Library presented by Donald Beere Presentation Description:  Tai Chi has been proven to be one of the most beneficial exercises to prevent falls and improve the health and quality of life for older adults. Learn about the art of practicing Tai Chi and simple movements you can incorporate in your daily routine. Class…

  • Feb 7 Friday

Eating Smart, Being Active Class 6 of 6

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Samuel Sachs Library presented by NDTR University of MO Extension, Barb Larson Presentation Description:  Eating Smart, Being Active is a 6-week (one hour each) evidence-based, healthy eating and active living curriculum.   Activities include dialogue-based learning and hands-on activities. Lesson content includes physical activity, nutrition, healthy lifestyle choices, food preparation (cooking skill development), food safety, and…

  • Feb 7 Friday

Decluttering with Technology

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Florissant Valley Library presented by CORPS, Mike Nichols Presentation Description:  A two-part presentation which includes tips on how to get, and stay, clutter free.  And how to use technology, specifically the on-line marketplace (eBay, etc.), to get rid of your unwanted stuff and make a few dollars doing it.  Class sizes are limited and attendees…

  • Feb 10 Monday

Be SMART- Gun Safety for Healthy Families and Communities

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Grant’s View Library presented by Be SMART Presentation Description:  Increasing gun violence affects the safety and well-being of everyone in our communities. Be SMART is an educational program for adults to help keep our children and families safe. Adults of all ages play key roles in families and communities to reduce risks of firearm-related homicides,…

  • Feb 14 Friday

Protect Yourself from Romance Scams

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Samuel Sachs Library presented by Better Business Bureau, Matthew Flinner Presentation Description:  Online dating can be scary for those looking for the perfect partner.  It’s estimated that 500,000 of 3.5 million online profiles are fake.  Romance scams target men and women, old and young, straight and gay.  BBB can help shine some light on how…

  • Feb 14 Friday

Eat Smart, Stay Strong Class 1 of 3

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Florissant Valley Library presented by Healing Streams, Damaris Karanja Presentation Description:  Eat Smart, Stay Strong is a 3-week class to improve fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity. Promotes change in key lifestyle behaviors. Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option to enjoy a healthy lunch catered by Gourmet to Go. Registration is required…

  • Feb 19 Wednesday

Sugar Shockers

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

CHOICE Counts Location: Frick’s Supermarket Union (401 Central Avenue, Union, MO 63084) presented by Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, Natalie Counts. Presentation Description:  How much sugar are you really eating/drinking? Learn about how to pinpoint the amount of hidden sugar in your foods and beverages, primarily in beverages.      Class sizes are limited and attendees have…