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This workshop provides an overview of which types of exercise and movements are best for PD, how the exercises positively impact symptoms, and how to keep those with Parkinson’s connected and motivated to keep moving!
Come play American Mah Jongg at the library on Monday afternoons.
This month, Glass of Wine will read The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris.
All ages are invited to enjoy stories, fingerplays, and songs in the library’s meeting room.
Join a library staff member for a live online Tech Tutorial on backups.
This month, Social Justice Book Club will discuss There is Nothing for You Here: Finding Opportunity in the Twenty-First Century by Fiona Hill.
Use our genealogy databases, share information with other enthusiasts, and receive help with your research from skilled volunteer Jane Schwendinger.
All ages are invited to an in-person story time at the Briarcliff Community Center for songs and stories, plus a visit from the Lake Travis Community Library Bookmobile.
Bring your own book and join a staff member for a drop in casual group chat about what you’re currently reading, want to read, or just your favorite books!