December 11, 2017
330 Ford Street
January 8, 2018
330 Ford Street
April 4, 5:00 PM - June 27, 6:00 PM @ Remington Art Museum
Basic Yoga is a class aimed at making yoga accessible to everyone. If you have wanted to try yoga but do not think of yourself as the "yoga type," this class is for you. If other types of exercise cause pain, this class may be a safe alternative. Yoga is great for improving strength, flexibility, balance, and body awareness. In addition to the physical benefits, yoga helps foster a sense of calm and relaxation. Beginner and intermediate versions of poses will be presented so students can participate at their own level. Please bring your own yoga mat if you have one; if you do not have one, a limited number are provided. Wear comfortable clothing you can move easily in. For any questions regarding yoga, contact Heather Barkley.
June 13, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Sherman Inn
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June 13, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Ogdensburg Public Library
A movement class for toddlers, ages birth to 5.
June 13, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ St. Andrew's Church, Centre & Dibble, Prescott
The Friends of the Prescott Library are delighted to invite everyone to attend a fascinating presentation by Richard Palmer who hails from Syracuse N.Y.
Richard will speak at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday June 13th, 2017 in St. Andrew's Church at Centre and Dibble Streets in Prescott. Everyone is welcome to attend. It is “Pay What you Can” admission with all proceeds going the Prescott Public Library.
Richard has long been a student of maritime history of the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario. His presentation will focus on the “Maritime History of the Port of Ogdenburg.” He has written more than 100 articles for “Inland Seas,” quarterly publication of the Great Lakes Historical Society. His column, “On the Waterfront,” has appeared weekly since 2009 in the Oswego Palladium-Times. He is a retired journalist.