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Upcoming Events at the Library

Below are some of the events coming up at the Phoenixville Public Library.

Weight Loss Talk - Monday, March 15 - 7pm
Dr. Jeff Snyder of Snyder Family Chiropractic, Oaks, will present a free weight loss talk at Phoenixville Public Library on Monday, March 15 at 7:00 PM. Dr. Snyder will outline effective strategies for losing significant weight through a safe and effective program tested at the John Hopkins Medical Center and backed by doctors across the country. This event is free and open to the public. Reservations are required.

"From Out the Fiery Furnace": A One-Woman Play - Thursday, March 18 - 7pm
The National Park Service and Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site present “From Out the Fiery Furnace”, a play about how the Hopewell stove changed the life of one woman, on Thursday, March 18 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM at Phoenixville Public Library. Actress Barbara Hannevig stars in this one-act, one-woman play, written and directed by Christine Emmert, telling stories of 19th century life at Hopewell Village. Hopewell produced some of the pig iron that was processed by Phoenixville’s Phoenix Iron Works.

Reiki Lecture/Demonstration - Monday, March 29 - 7pm
Phoenixville Public Library presents Certified Reiki Master and Life Coach, Eleanor Fineran, on Monday, March 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Her presentation, “Feeling Great Inside and Out” is a hands-on introduction to the healing power of Reiki. Reiki is a Japanese healing technique which has been shown to be effective in helping restore a sense of balance, wellbeing, and relaxation. All participants will experience a mini-session and will have the opportunity to learn positive ways to impact their mental and physical health.

"Transitionitis" Talk - Thursday, April 1 - 7pm
Local career sales and marketing professional, Barry Kaeck, has been through career transition twice in his life and understands firsthand how to make it out alive and improved. He will present a free program, “Transitionitis”, at Phoenixville Public Library on Thursday, April 1 at 7:00 PM. The daily roller coaster of emotional upheaval is at the core of this interactive talk, which will teach participants the many positive outcomes possible with proven ideas for surviving and prospering during unemployment.

For more information about these events, please contact Mark Pinto at 610-933-3013, Ext. 32 or e-mail mpinto@ccls.org.

Phoenixville Public Library is located at 183 Second Avenue, Phoenixville, PA.

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