September is Healthy Aging Month, and Lobelville Public Library is offering weekly programs for seniors in partnership with the Lobelville Friends of the Library. Kathy Gammons, the branch manager at Lobelville Library, says they will have weekly Wednesday events during September where seniors can participate in a variety of social and learning events, all starting at 10:30 a.m.
The schedule is as follows:
- September 7 will be the first event, an open house where seniors can learn about library services, volunteer projects, and be able to ask questions about library resources. Light snacks and drinks to be provided.
- The September 14 program will be held at the Senior Community Center, where Mary Buie, UT Extension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences, will poresent "Eat Well, Live Well!" which addresses healthy cooking and food choices to help us thrive as we age. Ms. Buie will provide attendees with easy-to-follow recipes.
- "Bring Your Grandparents to the Library" on September 21 to the Lobelville Library and participate in activities and crafts together, with a special storytime with Pinky at 11:30 a.m. Snacks and drinks will be available during the program.
- The final program is "Snack and Yack" on September 28, with library staff facilitating conversation with coffee, tea and a snack for seniors interested in getting together with others.
Need a ride? Call SCAT one week in advance at 931-589-5111 to arrange your pickup. Cost of the ride is $2. For more information about library events, please call the library at 931-593-3111.