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Wheel of Reading summer reading program for adults

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LE Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire
Read or listen to any three books of your choice to complete a spin card and be eligible to spin the wheel for prizes, books, or an extra chance to enter your name in the weekly drawing for a book of your choice. Complete a spin card and you'll be entered in the August 6 grand prize drawings. Beginning June 2, stop by Information & Reference to register and pick up your "Wheel of Reading" spin card!
Information & Reference, 715-839-5004

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Illuminative: The Art of Academia

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LE Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire June 2 - September 2, 2014; exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours. Artists reception June 5, 7-8:30 p.m.
Featured artists: Dave Beck, Nancy Blum, Wanrudee Buranakorn, Morgan Clifford, Amy Fichter, Robert Fraher, Kathleen Hawkes, Jyl Kelley, Jeannine Kitzhaber, Susan O’Brien, Masako Onodera, Scott Robertson, Rhonda Willers.
Information & Reference, 715-839-5004

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Practicing Mindfulness Sessions

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The Healing Place, 1010 Oakridge Drive, Eau Claire
The Healing Place, Sacred Heart Hospital’s grief support and holistic healing center, is hosting sessions on “Practicing Mindfulness.” One session runs the second and fourth Mondays of each month from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., beginning June 9 through the summer. The second session runs the second and forth Wednesdays of each month, from 11 a.m. to Noon, beginning June 11 through the summer.

The DVD educational offering will focus on providing information on the practice of meditation. In recent years, science has confirmed that people who regularly engage in meditation have improved mental functioning, emotional and physical health. Meditation can play an important role in helping people deal with the ups and downs that accompany major life transitions. There are 24 sessions in the entire series, which will run through the summer of 2015. People can attend as many sessions as they wish. A discussion will follow each session.

Sessions that will be offered from June to August 2014 are:

Session 1: Investigates how the mind works and the condition of mindlessness

Session 2: Explore “mindfulness,” which is nonjudgmental attention to experience as it occurs in everyday life and as a deliberate practice

Session 3: Introduces the practice of meditation as a tool for developing mindfulness

Session 4: Explores the interconnections of ethical behavior with the development of mindfulness and the shaping of personal character

Session 5: Considers the physical settings most conducive to meditation practices

Session 6: Explores breath as an anchor for allowing the mind to calm itself

All sessions will take place at The Healing Place, 1010 Oakridge Drive, Eau Claire.

The sessions are free, however people are asked to please register for each program at least 48 hours in advance by calling The Healing Place at (715) 717-6028.
The Healing Place at (715) 717-6028

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ARTmobile

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

June 4, 11, 18, 25 July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 August 6, 13, 20, 27 Phoenix Park, Eau Claire, WI
Let's make some ART! Join us this summer in Phoenix Park:
• Wednesdays under the Farmer's Market Pavilion | 9am-1pm
• Thursday afternoons under the Farmer's MarketPavilion | 1-5pm
• Thursday evenings at VolumeOne's Sound's Like Summer Concert Series | 6pm-8:30pm
• Saturday mornings at the Artist Market of Eau Claire | 7:30am-1pm
Art projects are designed for all-ages. There is a wide spectrum of art projects available to inspire you and your family to create. See you at the park!
The ARTmobile connects Eau Claire's children with the visual arts. Its purpose is to provide fun and relevant art projects that have an educational aspect to them. These art projects are intended to take less than a half hour to create, sometimes in an outdoor setting, under the guidance and supervision of the parent or guardian of the child.
Ben Richgruber, 715-832-2787

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