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Cocoa Beach Public Library
The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende. Wed., 2-4pm, Socrates Café. Engage in stimulating conversation on a va- riety of philosophical and existential topics. No reading or preparation required.
Pre-register; $5 per session.
1st & 3rd Sats (3/3 & 3/17) at 10am, Longevitology Adjustments. Practice this simple laying-on-of-hands method intended to adjust or restore energy balance to help the body heal itself. For more info, contact Martha Hung at 321-338-7799.
Sat., 1-2pm, Spanish Class with
Ms. Dolly. This class has a new start time of 1pm and is open to adult be- ginners! Cost is $5 per class. Please pre-register by phone or email: 321- 266-0984 or bfdolly@gmail.com.
FITNESS AT THE LIBRARY
Improv at the Library! Sat, Mar 17 at 2pm, in the Community Room Music on a Sun Afternoon: Robert Rowlette & Friends Sun, Mar 18 at 2pm, in the Community Room
Thurs., 1-4pm, The Watercolor Group. This social, non-instructive painting group is open to anyone with an interest in watercolors. Bring your materials and paint with fellow artists. For further info, contact Cathy Brion at 258-2011 or Jo Lincoln at 868-0163.
Mons, Weds & Fris, 1pm, Senior Fitness with Polly Helm, a personal trainer who is certi ed in senior  tness. This hour-long class increas- es stamina, strength, energy, and balance. Please bring your own hand weights and water. Bands and chairs will be provided. Cost is $5 per class. Tues, 12-12:30pm, Express Pilates with Melissa Sachs. This 30-minute class will help you develop strength,  exibility, balance, and inner aware- ness. Bring a mat and water bottle. Cost is $5 per class.
The Bead Ladies Jewelry Making Class Mon, Mar 19 at 1pm, in the Captain’s Room $15, and all supplies provided. To register, call Nancy
Thurs., 4:30pm, Recovery Interna- tional’s RI Discovery. RI Discovery is
a self-help, peer-to-peer, cognitive behavioral training system that teach- es people skills to lead more peaceful and productive lives. For more info, call Sheila at 321-784-0694.
or Normandie at 321-225-1394 or email at thebeadladiesarehere@ gmail.com.
Handmade Cards with Ree Nathan Wed, Mar 21 at 9:30am, in the Captain’s Room Register with Ree
Fri., 10am-3pm by appt., Health Insurance Enrollment. Get help sign- ing up for insurance through the ACA Healthcare Marketplace. For more info or to set up an appt., contact Navigator Teri Rice at 544-1153 or acanavigator22@yahoo.com
Tues, 2-3:15pm, Hatha Yoga with Emily Hain. This fun, non-competitive class is appropriate for beginners and those experienced with a gentle, mindful practice. Students must bring a yoga mat and be able to get up and down from the  oor. Cost is $5 per session. Classes begin again on January 9.
Weds, 9:30am, Gentle Yoga and Stretching. Taught by Rochelle Scott, certi ed yoga instructor. Cost is $5 per class.
Fris, 10:30am, Slow Flow with Yoga Nidra. Taught by Abby Houck. Cost is $5 per class.
in advance by emailing reenathan@ bellsouth.net or calling 321-961- 2350. Enrollment is limited.
STPS Turtle Talk
Fri., 10am-1pm, Master Gardeners Clinic. Get answers to questions about plants, pests, diseases, etc.,
in this open house held each Fri. Contact Marion Anderson for details at 784-1874.
Sun, Mar 24 at 2-3:30pm, in the Community Room For questions, contact Vickie Openshaw, 321-615- 1682, oceanvic512@c .rr.com. Music on a Sun Afternoon: Austin Church Sun, Mar 25 at 2pm, in the Community Room
3rd Fri. (3/16), 1:30pm, What’s
In a Name Book Club. This month’s selection is The Residence by Kate An- derson. For more info, please contact Shirley Finke at 613-2667.
Fri., 4pm, Meditation Group, Learn about and practice meditation in
an environment welcome to both beginners and the more experienced.
ONGOING AT THE LIBRARY:
Mon., 11am, Overeaters Anony- mous. For further
info contact Tom M.
at 784-8092.
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AARP Volunteer Tax Assistance, Thru – April 12 Tues & Weds, 9am- 1pm (last client must be in by 12pm) Thurs, 10am-2pm (last client must be in by 1pm) AARP Volunteers will provide free income tax and e- ling assistance at the library. You must make an appt. in-person at the library on Tues, Weds, and Thurs when AARP representatives are present. Phone reservations will not be taken. Please bring your original Social Security Card, a photo ID, and all your neces- sary tax docs to your appt..
Painting Class with Joan Kisner
Fri, Mar 2 at 10am, in the Community Room $25 per class.
Senior Safety Seminar: Presented by Brevard County Sheriff’s Of ce
Fri, Mar 2 at 11am, in the Jane von Thron Room
Agate Jewelry Class Sat, Mar 3 at 11am, in the Jane von Thron Room All supplies are included. Cost is $20, cash only. Please pre-reg.
Mister Owita’s Guide to Garden- ing – A Book Talk with Dick Wall
Sat, Mar 3 at 1pm, in the Community Room
Music on a Sun Afternoon: Sybil Gage Sun, Mar 4 at 2pm, in the Com- munity Room
Fine Art Photography with Mick West Mons, Mar 5 – 26 at 2-4pm, in the Jane von Thron Room
VNA Community Wellness Clinic Wed, Mar 7 at 9:30am, in the Captain’s Room The Visiting Nurse As- sociation (VNA) is a Medicare certi ed home health agency that also pro- vides community wellness services throughout Brevard. Stop by between 9:30am and 11:00am to have your blood pressure and glucose screened for free. This monthly clinic will be at the Cocoa Beach Library the  rst Wed of each month. Please fast from mid- night the night before if you would like your glucose screened.
Friends of the Library Travel Films Wed, Mar 7 at 6pm, in the Commu- nity Room
Irish Myth & Legend with Dennis Sommers Thur, Mar 8 at 3pm, in the Community Room
Friends of the Library’s Annual Book & Author Luncheon: Mary Alice Monroe Sat, Mar 10 at 11:30am- 2:30pm, at the International Palms Resort Tickets $20 per person and are available at the Cocoa Beach Library through Mar 4th. You can also pur- chase them online at https://tinyurl. com/ycltq4rx
Music on a Sun Afternoon: Bren- dan Nolan Sun, Mar 11 at 2pm, in the
Community Room
Candlelight Yin Yoga Wed, Mar 14 at 6:15pm, in the Community Room Cost is $5.
Free Fri Movies: Across the Pond Fris, Mar 16-30 at 3pm, in the Com- munity Room Join us for two movies about British history and a new  lm based on an Agatha Christie’s classic. Popcorn and refreshments will be served. No movie on Mar 9. Mar 16: Victoria & Abdul (rated PG-13, 111 minutes) Mar 23: Murder on the Ori- ent Express (2017) (rated PG-13, 108 minutes) Mar 30: The King’s Speech (rated R, 118 minutes)
2nd Wed (3/14) at 11:30am, We’ll Read Book Club. Newcomers are welcome to these meetings. For more info contact Mary Lambert at 799-9286.
Tues. 10am, Writers’ Workshop. Contact Virginia Repko-Franco at 321-213-3944 or mrsvfranco@gmail. com for more info. Tues., 4-5pm, Al- Anon Family Group. Friends and family of alcoholics meet every Tue in the Captain’s Room. 2nd Tue (3/13) at 1pm, Beach Read- ers Book Club. This month’s selection is
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