Tuesday, June 27 at Mason Library – 5:30-630pm
Improve Your Environment, Improve Your Body with Dave Halley

Sore neck?  Sore back? How we sit, how we drive, and how we spend our
screen-time impacts
our bodies far more than we imagine. Dave provides
clear and concise info on
how to make simple practical changes to alleviate 80%
of the stress we put our bodies through. Over 20 years ago, Dave began learning
about the power of energy
and bodywork. He has degrees in Psychology and
Social Work, and is certified in Integrated Energy
Therapy, Positional Therapy,
Reiki and Myofascial Release.
This program is free and open to the public.

Friday, June 30 at Mason Library – 6:15pm
Mason Family Movie Night:
The Lego Batman Movie

Common Sense Media gives 4 stars to Lego Batman, rating it great for families,
and calling it “….clever, creative, and funny, with non-stop action” as Batman learns
that working with a team is better than going it alone. The movie also earns a 90%
“fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes, which likes its irreverent spirit of fun. We’ll provide the
popcorn and juice, you bring your pj’s and blankets, and let’s all go to the movies!!
This program is free and open to the public.

Monday, July 3 at Mason Library – 3:30-4:15pm
Read with
Lucy or Sylvester! (Registration required.)

Reading to dogs can boost reading skills. Children think it’s fun.
they get essential practice with reading and oral skills, confidence
levels increase, reading aloud at school improves, and they often
seek out more challenging books. Good for school aged children.
Registration is required, or drop in to see if any spaces are available.
This program is free and open to the public.