HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join us at the East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg, on Saturday, July 14 at 11:00 am for an opportunity to start healing your relationship with food. During Mindful and Intuitive Eating, registered dietitian Danielle Parris will guide an exploration into mindful and intuitive eating.

Intuitive eating is a journey that focuses on happiness and health rather than achieving a specific number on the scale. Attendees will learn a few fundamental nutrition concepts, practice mindful eating, and review the steps to becoming an intuitive eater. You can eat food you enjoy without sacrificing your health and wellness goals.

This Mary Sachs Series program is designed for adults and older teens, ages 16 and older. Save your spot or learn more about the series by visiting dcls.org/adultevents or by calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045. Funding support is provided by the Mary Sachs Charitable Trust.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Women and girls are bombarded with message that they must fit a certain beauty standard to be “worthy” of success and happiness. Join The Library as we counter the negativity with a summer series aiming to help women build a positive relationship with their bodies, the food they eat, and the way their bodies move.

At Mindful and Intuitive Eating, you’ll learn how to start healing your relationship with food. Registered dietitian Danielle Parris will guide an exploration into mindful and intuitive eating. Intuitive eating is a journey that focuses on happiness and health rather than achieving a specific number on the scale. Attendees will learn a few important nutrition concepts, practice mindful eating, and review the steps to becoming an intuitive eater.

Mindful and Intuitive Eating will be held at the following locations:

 

Tuesday, July 10 at 6:30 pm

Elizabethville Area Library, 80 N. Market St, Elizabethville

 

Saturday, July 14 at 11:00 am
East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg

These programs are designed for adults and older teens, ages 16 and older. Space is limited to allow for a more personalized learning experience. Save your spot or learn more about the series by visiting dcls.org/adultevents or by calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045. Funding support is provided by the Mary Sachs Charitable Trust.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join The Library and BB&T for a three-part, summer-long financial education series. In July, at Family Budgeting, attendees will learn the five key steps to developing a solid family or personal budget.

Family Budgeting will be presented in Spanish at the Madeline L. Olewine Memorial Library, 2410 N. 3rd St, Harrisburg, on Tuesday, July 10 at 2:00 pm.

The program will be presented in English at the following locations:

 

East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg
Thursday, July 12 14 at 4:00 pm

 

Elizabethville Area Library, 80 N. Market St, Elizabethville

Tuesday, July 17 at 6:00 pm

 

In August, the series will wrap up with Becoming a Homeowner, where attendees will learn about the process of buying a home and how to prepare for the purchase.

Programs are approximately two hours long and are designed for adults. Registration is limited. Save your spot or learn more by visiting dcls.org/adultevents or calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1044.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join other music lovers at the William H. & Marion C. Alexander Family Library on Monday, July 9 at 1:00 pm to enjoy a special summer performance by classical and flamenco-inspired guitarist, Gladius. Inspired by the great composers, Spanish maestros and modern rock, Gladius has traveled all the way from Georgia to showcase his unorthodox Baroque-Ethnic-Metal fusion.

This concert is designed for an all ages audience. Registration is not required. For more information, call (717) 566-0949 or visit dcls.org/specialevents.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join us at the East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg, for two unique “Libraries Rock” concerts. One features Gus Person, a local bagpiper and the other, Gladius, a Flamenco Guitarist from Georgia.

On July 8 at 1:00 pm, local bagpiper, Gus Person, will introduce concert goers to the the Great Highland Bagpipe and the Smallpipes. He’ll play some tunes and discuss the history of bagpipes, how they’re constructed and the types of music played on the instrument. He’ll also answer audience questions – come curious!

On July 9 at 6:30 pm, Gladius will perform classic and flamenco-inspired guitar. Inspired by the great composers, Spanish maestros and modern rock, Gladius creates an unorthodox fusion and pushes the boundaries of his Baroque-Ethnic-Metal fusion.

Both concerts are designed for an all ages audience. Registration is not required. For more information, call (717) 652-9380 or visit dcls.org/specialevents.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.—  The Library and Spring Gate Vineyard have teamed up for Read Between the Wines: The Library’s Wine & Book Event. This fundraising event will be held at Spring Gate Vineyard, 5790 Devonshire Rd, Harrisburg, on Monday, June 25 at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $25.00 and include a free wine tasting and one beer tasting of Spring Gate’s wine and beer, light fare cheese & chocolate bar, live bluegrass music by Fiddles & Footnotes, a wine glass and wine tote. There will also be an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to win a variety of raffle prizes donated by local businesses.

Tickets can be ordered online at dcls.org/wine or by picking up an order form available at all eight libraries. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit The Library. This event is being sponsored by The Library and Enginuity. For more information contact Wendy Allen at 234-4961 x1101 or visit us online at dcls.org/wine.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join other new mobile device users at the East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg, on Thursday, June 21 at 1:00 pm for a monthly Device Club meet-up. Bring your iPad or tablet to The Library and learn about a general topic or specific app, followed by question and practice time.

Attendees will learn how to change settings, set up email, install or remove apps, access WiFi, download eBooks and more. Attend once or as many sessions as you would like; additional sessions are scheduled for July 19 and August 16.

Device Club meets for 90 minutes and is designed for adults. Space is limited to allow for a more personalized learning experience. Save your spot by calling (717) 652-9380 or visiting dcls.org/adultevents.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join us for a fun-filled outdoors concert featuring The After Hours Big Band at the Northern Dauphin Library, 683 Main St, Lykens on Wednesday, June 13 at 7:00 pm. There will be plenty of room for dancing, so bring your dancing shoes, your friends and your family to enjoy a summer evening with great tunes.

The After Hours Big Band has been entertaining music lovers for years, traveling across Pennsylvania and along the east coast with their exciting fusion of big band styles. From the traditional sounds of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, and Les Brown to the modern era sounds of Maynard Ferguson and Brian Seltzer, The After Hours Big Band covers it all.

All ages are welcome at the After Hours Big Band concert and no registration is necessary. For more information, visit dcls.org or call The Library at (717) 453-9315.

The “Libraries Rock!” Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the Dauphin County Library System, Avalon, First National Bank, M&T Bank, Mid Penn Bank, Orrstown Bank, PNC, S&T Bank, UGI, and Weis with additional support provided by Wells Fargo. For more information on The Library’s Summer Reading Club, visit dcls.org/src or call Youth Services at (717) 566-0949 ext. 1204.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa – If you’re feeling stressed, frazzled or over-busy this summer, stop by the McCormick Riverfront Library, 101 Walnut St, Harrisburg, on Wednesday, June 13 at 11:30 am to learn a few tricks to reduce that stressed-out feeling.

Dr. William Levan, D.C., of The Family Wellness Center, knows most people cannot step away from a stressful situation to breathe deeply for 20 minutes, so he will share tips on how to maximize a “mindful snack,” a two- to five-minute break that allows your mind and body to return to a low-stress state so you can continue your day on more peaceful footing.

A Mindful Snack is an hour-long program designed for adults. Registration is not required. Learn more by visiting dcls.org/adultevents or calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1044.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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HARRISBURG, Pa.— Join The Library and BB&T for a three-part, summer-long financial education series. In June, at Banking Basics, attendees will learn the value of a checking account, use tools to help you save money, and find out how to responsibly establish credit.

Banking Basics will be presented in Spanish at the Madeline L. Olewine Memorial Library, 2410 N. 3rd St, Harrisburg, on Tuesday, June 12 at 2:00 pm.

The program will be presented in English at the following locations:

 

East Shore Area Library, 4501 Ethel St, Harrisburg
Thursday, June 14 at 4:00 pm

 

Elizabethville Area Library, 80 N. Market St, Elizabethville

Tuesday, June 19 at 6:00 pm

In July, attendees will learn how to create a budget. The series will wrap up in August with a course about the homebuying process and becoming a homeowner.

Programs are approximately two hours long and are designed for adults. Registration is limited. Save your spot or learn more by visiting dcls.org/adultevents or calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1044.

Dauphin County Library System provides residents of the county with free access to virtually any materials imaginable, both current and ageless. It has books, movies, music, magazines, online access, people to help with research and programs to help residents of the county grow. The library is the place to satisfy your curiosity. To learn more about DCLS visit dcls.org. Getting a card is free, just bring your driver’s license or other proof of residence to any of the eight DCLS libraries, or register online at dcls.org.

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