It’s just a few weeks into January, so that means there’s still time to squeak by with your 2017 resolutions or goals.
The loftiest goals often offer some type of self-improvement. Don’t eat the cookies and do eat the kale. I’m definitely more on the side of adding rather than taking away; I’d rather shy away from restrictions if possible.
In the spirit of adding to our lives in the New Year, why not add some new skills, knowledge, and experiences, courtesy of UDPL’s upcoming classes or programs.
You can join us to learn Italian, French, or German. Or if you can learn to sew in one of our multi-week sewing classes or drop by the Thursday evening knitting group where the friendly and experienced group are always willing to assist a new knitter. 3D printing classes will keep you up-to-date on this newer technology. You don’t even have to attend a class to up your skills. If classes aren’t your thing, computer and technology mentoring is available on an individual basis, too.
And, let’s not forget our upcoming speakers such as KYW Film Critic Bill Wine, who will share his expertise in analyzing books and movies on February 17TH. In February, you can also learn about Time Management from best-selling author Laura Vanderkam and Stem Cells from Dr. Eric Ingersoll of PSU Abington.
Since many of us learn the best when we’re having fun and enjoying ourselves, remember to join us for our Arts @ the Library programs. On February 10th, join us for Bright Star Theater’s “Freedom Songs: The Music of Black History” for an educational, artistic, and moving experience.
So, why not resolve to expand your mind and have a great time with a UDPL class or program? You’ll learn amazing things, meet new people, and have scored a resolution win, all in one. I guarantee this will be one of the most painless and long-lasting resolutions you ever achieve!
Learn more about our programs, classes, and events at: https://upperdublinlibrary.org/for-adults/