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The Greater Sudbury Public Library will host three (3) "Midwifery Care" information sessions in September.
Facilitators Sarah Atkinson, Natalie Leduc, and Mandy Commonda, registered midwives with Midwives of Sudbury, will discuss the role of midwives, what they do, their philosophies, and what to expect from their care. The sessions will end with a Q&A period.
The Makerspace provides access to a wide range of tools and resources and is host to programs and workshops related to making, DIY, and innovation.
The idea behind makerspaces is simple: they are places where people come together to learn about technology, crafts and other kinds of making; to share knowledge and skills with others; and to apply this knowledge and skill by creating things.
Want to play with Lego? Make a prototype of a new invention? Create a robot to help you make your bed? Your imagination is the limit.
The Main Public Library will host an Introduction to Reiki workshop on Tuesday, September 8th @ 7 PM.
Sylvie Giroux (Reiki Master / Teacher) will facilitate and will use a combination of lecture, demonstration and interaction to explain the who, what, where, when and how of Reiki.
The legend of the singing bowl says the sound yields power for healing, balancing, cleansing of energy aura, stress relief, and physical, mental, emotional and spiritual rejuvenation.
Drop in and join us in these singing bowl meditation circles to help deepen your meditation practice.
Kids ages 6+ are invited to come to the library and turn old books into new works of art. Pick which project you want to create and make it happen!