NIA Class at the Six Mile Regional Library

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NIA Class at the Six Mile Regional Library

Downtown Library, 2001 Delmar Avenue, Granite City, IL

Saturday, February 13—10am-11am

Explore health, wellness, and fitness at the library! NIA is a sensory-based, body conditioning movement practice that draws from Martial Arts, Dance Arts, and Healing Arts. It empowers people of all shapes and sizes by connecting the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Every experience can be adapted to individual needs and abilities. No registration is required. Questions? Call (618) 452-6238 ext 4

Coloring and Coffee

Join the Six Mile Regional Library District for Coloring and Coffee. The 2nd Friday of each month beginning: Friday January 8th, 2016 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Pop over to the Johnson Road Library for a relaxing morning of coloring, chatting, and coffee!
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2145 Johnson Road
Questions? Call 452-6422

Tales for Tails

Tales for Tails– Every second Tuesday of the month (February 9) from 6:30-7:30 PM kids in grades K-8 can practice reading with a dog from C.H.A.M.P. Assistance Dogs at 2145 Johnson Road Granite City, IL 62040.Tales for Tails 2.9.2016

Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 3

Free Microsoft Word Computer Classes

Join us for a TWO part series of Microsoft Word classes. Please register for both sessions. You will learn how to create, save and retrieve documents; insert and delete text; format text; using cut, copy and paste; using clipart, using templates and styles, creating and editing tables. Before you take this course, you should have some experience with the computer and the Windows operating system.IT Class February 2016_001

Classes are held at two different locations. Note date, time and location of class.
Call (618) 452-6238 ext. 303 to reserve your seat

Veterans’ Assistance Commission of Madison County at SMRLD

Madison County VA 1.20.2016

The Veterans’ Assistance Commission (VAC) provides needed services exclusively to Honorably Discharged Military Veterans ans their families who reside in Madison County. The Veterans’ Assistance Commission works closely with all Veterans’ organizations, as well as local, state, and federal agencies, to ensure the rights to which each Veteran is entitled have been granted. Services include interim and/or emergency financial assistance, Veteran’s Treatment Court, administrative service work and advocacy-related services (case management), jobs program-related services, and VA medical-related transportation services (DAV Transportation Network).

Questions? Call 452-6238 ext 4