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HML NEWS & EVENTS

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Dec 182013
 
Aug 182014
 

Our popular children’s programs require registration due to the space limitations at the library, so call or stop by today to register your child. The following programs will be held for children from birth to age 12: Lap Sit Story Time for babies birth to 13 months, Tiny Tots Story Time for babies 14 to 24 months, Parent/Toddler Story Time for 2- and 3-year- olds, School Age Story Time for 4- to 7-year-olds, and Afternoon Adventures for 8- to 12-year-olds. Click here for more information.

Aug 142014
 

This is the last week to turn in your Summer Reading Logs.  Logs must be turned in by Saturday, August 16th. Children can pick a prize for every reading log completed and the adult reading logs will be entered in a drawing for wonderful prizes donated by local businesses.

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Aug 112014
 

livinghealthyThe Rural Health Education Network of Schoharie, Otsego and Montgomery Counties (RHENSOM) will provide a six-week Living Healthy Workshop at Huntington Memorial Library in Oneonta. The workshop, sponsored by the Bassett Center for Rural Community Health, is free to participants.  It will start with a meeting from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 8th. Registration is required and space is limited. Please call Ida Baker at 547-3464 for more information.   Adults, age 18 or older, dealing with chronic conditions such as arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression and/or pain may register for this workshop. Caregivers may also attend.  Participants will discover nutrition options and exercise choices, learn communication skills, and make  plans to live better and healthier as they are guided toward self-management.

Living Healthy NY is a peer-led, evidence-based program with demonstrated improvements in multiple research studies. It has been shown that participants experience reduced hospitalizations, reductions in fatigue and shortness of breath, improvements in rates of physical activity, and readiness to do more to take better care of their health. The program, which utilizes curriculum developed at Stanford University’s Patient Education Research Center, is supported by the Center for Excellence in Aging & Community Wellness at the State University at Albany.