Willoughby Library’s second annual New Year, New You is January 16th! This year, the line-up is all virtual. You can register to participate via Zoom at welibrary.info or by calling 440-942-3200. All programs will also be simulcast on Facebook Live at facebook.com/willoughbyeastlakepubliclibrary, and archived on Facebook for future viewing! Have a look at the lineup below, and then register for programs you're interested in!
All day—Create your Own Vision Board for Teens and Tweens
Why a vision board? Seeing your vision board regularly—with images and words representing your goals, wishes, and values—helps remind you what you want to do, be, and have. And helps to ensure that you continue to move towards those things, both consciously and unconsciously. Come to the Willoughby Library to pick up your supplies. Ages 11-18.
10 AM—Family Zumba with Lake County YMCA
Get your day started right with a Zumba class that’s appropriate for all ages and activity levels, brought to you by the Lake County YMCA!
11 AM—The ABC’s of CBD
CBD. It’s everywhere! But what is it? What issues can it help with? Is it legal? Join us and get some answers from a representative of Prime My Body.
12 noon—Yoga for All
Join Yogi Vanessa Blair as she makes yoga accessible to all skill levels in a virtual environment. Yogi Blair's warm, welcoming and encouraging demeanor will stick with you long after the class has ended.
1 PM—Get Outside and Get Active in Lake County this Winter with Lake Metroparks
Having a hard time getting outside and staying active in the winter? Us, too! Join Heather Freeman of Lake Metroparks, to learn what parks are open this winter, and what activities are offered!
2 PM--Time to quit: Tobacco Cessation with the Lake County General Health District
A representative from Lake County General Health District will give a virtual presentation about their tobacco cessation program.
2 PM--Intro to Meditation with Harmony Yoga Studio
Many experts say that managing stress holds even greater importance than diet and exercise when it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Meditation can be an essential way to reduce stress. Learn the basics with Cary Bright of Harmony Yoga Studio!
3 PM--Top Questions about Dementia Answered
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions when it comes to dementia. Join us to discuss the answers to the most frequently asked questions about dementia. Our host will be Jennifer Brush, MA, CCC/SLP, consultant, award winning author and NIH funded researcher.
3 PM--Reaching Your Healthy Weight Naturally with Lake Health
Registered Dietician Jamie Walker of Lake Health will teach you about natural ways you can achieve better nutrition and help manage health conditions by creating a flexible–yet realistic–therapeutic diet plan.
4 PM--Building Resilience in a Pandemic and Beyond with Viktoria Higgins of Nourish with Viktoria
Personal resilience is needed now more than ever. Resilience gives us the energy and the ability to bounce back from challenging situations rather than letting stress overwhelm us and trigger unhealthy coping mechanisms. Join Viktoria Higgins of Nourish with Viktoria to learn simple, effective stress and energy management techniques, help develop mindfulness, and feel inspired to nourish a more resilient, healthier, stronger body and mind.