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Baby Parachute Play

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Northwest Library
Meeting Room A
Baby Parachute Play

Sharing in playtimes is an excellent way to help children build social skills, promote learning and discover that the library is a destination for fun! Children will have the opportunity to practice skills such as: following directions, socializing with others, using language, using small and large muscles, and remaining in control during play.


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Preschool Parachute Play

10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Northwest Library
Meeting Room A
Preschool Parachute Play

Sharing in playtimes is an excellent way to help children build social skills, promote learning and discover that the library is a destination for fun! Children will have the opportunity to practice skills such as: following directions, socializing with others, using language, using small and large muscles, and remaining in control during play.


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Total Wellness with OCCHD

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Northwest Library
Meeting Room B
The Total Wellness program provides FREE interactive weight loss classes for Oklahoma County residents to help prevent diabetes and heart disease. Classes meet one hour every week for eight weeks. All class participants have a goal of losing 5% of their body weight and being more active.

To enroll, please call: 405-425-4422 or email totalwellness@occhd.org.

Funded in part by the Oklahoma City County Health Department.
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123! Play with Me!

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Belle Isle Library
Rooms A-B-C (ABC)
Playing with your baby or toddler is not only important for bonding but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your little one. A different community resource professional will be available each week to answer your parenting questions during playtime. Playtime will be followed by a short storytime just for you and your baby.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Saturday in October. 

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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123! Play with Me!

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Midwest City Library
Family Place (FAM)
Playing with your baby or toddler is not only important for bonding but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your little one. A different community resource professional will be available each week to answer your parenting questions during playtime. Playtime will be followed by a short storytime just for you and your baby.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Monday in October, except for October 8. 

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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123! Play with Me!

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Midwest City Library
Family Place (FAM)
Playing with your baby or toddler is not only important for bonding but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your little one. A different community resource professional will be available each week to answer your parenting questions during playtime. Playtime will be followed by a short storytime just for you and your baby.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Monday in October, except for October 8. 

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Tai Chi: A Continuation

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Northwest Library
Rooms A-B (AB)

Continuing to build on our Tai Chi for Better Balance Series, this continuation class will help you to further develop your Tai Chi skills.  Learn new forms that can help you improve your balance, strength, and mobility.  This low impact class is suitable for adults.  Don't forget to check out the library's resources about the practice of Tai Chi!

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Tai Chi for Beginners

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Choctaw Library
Meeting Room A
The movements of the Chinese martial art Tai Chi can increase balance and flexibility, as well as reduce the risk of falling. This free twelve week class teaches participants ways to improve the health of their mind, body, and spirit through a series of slow, continuous movements. It does not matter how strong or flexible you are, as Tai Chi is designed for people at all levels of health. Please call the library for details.
Registration is required to attend.
This event is held at multiple libraries.
A similar club exists at multiple libraries.
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Beginners Tai Chi

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A
This introductory class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements.

This is a recurring event. Registration closes 9/11/18 and you must attend one of the first two classes to continue. If the class is full and you are interested in future classes, please put your name on the waiting list.

This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation
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123! Play with Me!/123! Juega conmigo!

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Capitol Hill Library
Children's Room (CR)
123! Play with Me!

Playing with your baby or toddler is not only important for bonding but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your little one. A different community resource professional will be available each week to answer your parenting questions during playtime. Playtime will be followed by a short storytime just for you and your baby.

This is a recurring event and takes place the first four Tuesdays in October. 

This event is held at multiple libraries.

123! Juega conmigo!

Compartir en horas de juego es una excelente manera de ayudar a los niños a desarrollar habilidades sociales, promover el aprendizaje, y descubrir que la biblioteca es un destino para la diversión! Los niños tendrán la oportunidad de practicar habilidades tales como: siguientes direcciones, socializar con otras niños, usando el lenguaje, usando los músculos grandes y pequeños, y mantener el control durante el juego.
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Intermediate Tai Chi

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A

Moving for Better Balance
This class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body, and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements.

This is a recurring event.

This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.

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Total Wellness with OCCHD

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Capitol Hill Library
Meeting Room 1 + 2
The Total Wellness program provides FREE interactive weight loss classes for Oklahoma County residents to help prevent diabetes and heart disease. Classes meet one hour every week for eight weeks. All class participants have a goal of losing 5% of their body weight and being more active.

To enroll, please call: 405-425-4422 or email totalwellness@occhd.org.

Funded in part by the Oklahoma City County Health Department.
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Young Martial Arts

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Northwest Library
Rooms A-B (AB)

Ever wanted to explore martial arts? Come to the library and play different fitness games that incorporate martial arts. Participants should come in athletic clothing and be ready to have a great time. Check out fitness DVDs and books and continue the fun at home.

Ages 4-6. Registration Required.

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Kids' Martial Arts

4:45 PM - 5:15 PM
Northwest Library
Rooms A-B (AB)

Ever wanted to explore martial arts? Come to the library and play different fitness games that incorporate martial arts. Participants should come in athletic clothing and be ready to have a great time. Check out fitness DVDs and books and continue the fun at home.

Ages 7-11. Registration Required.

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Essential Oils for the Body Systems

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The Village Library
Rooms A-B (AB)
Make and Take
Essential oils can support your body on many levels and improve your quality of living. Join us as we learn how essential oils work in the body, how to use them, and how they can benefit each body system. Participants will experience a variety of essential oils and create items that they can take home! While you're here, check our shelves for more books and resources on the subject. Registration is required.
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123! Play with Me!

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Ralph Ellison Library
Rooms A-B (AB)
Playing with your baby or toddler is not only important for bonding but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your little one. A different community resource professional will be available each week to answer your parenting questions during playtime. Playtime will be followed by a short storytime just for you and your baby.

This is a recurring event and takes place the last four Wednesdays in October. 

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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BabyMobile

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Almonte Library
Join us for a visit from Infant Crisis Services' BabyMobile, a mobile formula, food and diaper pantry, provides assistance to children under the age of four.  The BabyMobile is designed to eliminate the barrier of transportation that prevents many families from receiving services.  Infant Crisis Services will provide your baby or toddler with: One week supply of diapers, Formula for a week, pack of baby or toddler food (depending on age).
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Tai Chi: A Continuation

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Northwest Library
Meeting Room B

Continuing to build on our Tai Chi for Better Balance Series, this continuation class will help you to further develop your Tai Chi skills.  Learn new forms that can help you improve your balance, strength, and mobility.  This low impact class is suitable for adults.  Don't forget to check out the library's resources about the practice of Tai Chi!

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Total Wellness with OCCHD

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Belle Isle Library
Rooms A-B-C (ABC)
The Total Wellness program provides FREE interactive weight loss classes for Oklahoma County residents to help prevent diabetes and heart disease. Classes meet one hour every week for eight weeks. All class participants have a goal of losing 5% of their body weight and being more active.

To enroll, please call: 405-425-4422 or email totalwellness@occhd.org.

Funded in part by the Oklahoma City County Health Department.
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Total Wellness with OCCHD

4:45 PM - 6:45 PM
Midwest City Library
Rooms A-B (AB)
The Total Wellness program provides FREE interactive weight loss classes for Oklahoma County residents to help prevent diabetes and heart disease. Classes meet one hour every week for eight weeks. All class participants have a goal of losing 5% of their body weight and being more active.

To enroll, please call: 405-425-4422 or email totalwellness@occhd.org.

Funded in part by the Oklahoma City County Health Department.
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Yoga in the library

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Choctaw Library
Meeting Room A
No matter your level of experience there is something to gain from these all level classes. Yoga has numerous benefits, such as increased flexibility, improved muscle strength, increased blood flow, better posture, balance, and more! Learn about deep breathing and full body stretching to unite body and mind and promote relaxation. Please bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water. Limited extra yoga mats will be available for those who do not have one but still want to try something new!

This is a recurring event and takes place every Wednesday.

A similar event exists at multiple libraries
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Yoga in the Library

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Midwest City Library
Family Place (FAM)
No matter your level of experience there is something to gain from these all level classes. Yoga has numerous benefits, such as increased flexibility, improved muscle strength, increased blood flow, better posture, balance, and more! Learn about deep breathing and full body stretching to unite body and mind and promote relaxation. Please bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water. Limited extra yoga mats will be available for those who do not have one but still want to try something new!
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Beginners Tai Chi

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A
This introductory class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements.

This is a recurring event. Registration closes 9/11/18 and you must attend one of the first two classes to continue. If the class is full and you are interested in future classes, please put your name on the waiting list.

This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation
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123! Play with Me!

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Choctaw Library
Meeting Room A
Playing with your baby or toddler is not only important for bonding but is also an educational experience for your child. We are providing a special time for you to come to the library and spend one-on-one time playing with your little one. A different community resource professional will be available each week to answer your parenting questions during playtime. Playtime will be followed by a short storytime just for you and your baby.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Thursday in October. 

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Registration is open

Intermediate Tai Chi

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A

Moving for Better Balance
This class teaches participants ways to improve their overall mind, body, and spirit through a series of slow continuous movements.

This is a recurring event.

This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.

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