Participants will learn about a natural alternative to man-made ingredients in medicines, cleaning solutions, air fresheners, bath and beauty products, and more. Essential Oils Educator Jane Hassan will cover where essential oils come from, how they work, their many uses, and safety protocols. This program is perfect those looking to minimize or replace the man-made ingredients, including toxic elements, they expose their family to, as well as those who are interested in making their own products at a fraction of the cost of store-bought.
Need to bring an appetizer to a holiday party? Hosting your own? No matter what you are celebrating, spruce up your spread with sweet and savory holiday appetizers that are the perfect start to any meal. Receive recipes to take home. Come to the library November 17 at 4:30 for this informative program.
Come and learn about the basics of an iPad.
The Get Organized program will cover: four basic steps on getting organized. Combat paper clutter, downsizing your things, tips and tricks on getting control of your home. Handouts will be given and a chance to win an organizational prize. Reannon Hayes will present the program.
Helpful gardening techniques for aging gardeners will be discussed by Master Gardener Volunteer Cheryl Miller. Topics include tips for maximizing space in small areas. Selecting tools which are designed for arthritic hands, weaker joints and backs. This presentation is beneficial for those planning their retirement and are interested in a hobby that promotes good health and staying active outdoors. Registration is required.