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Wednesday 5 September 2.00-3.30-pm Heal Your Life: the Louise Hay Philosophy- Libby Plaza and Kylie Williams, certified Louise hay workshop leaders, invite you to an introduction to Louise Hay’s philosophies. They will also talk about the principles of using powerful and positive affirmations. Millions of people around the world have embraced the teachings of Louise Hay. Come along and be moved. www.healyourlifeworkshops.com Bookings essential.
Saturday 8 September 1.00-2.30pm Dad’s Read: Lego in the Library on Saturday. September is Dads Read month across the Queensland. Through the Dads Read campaign at Sunshine Coast Libraries we aim to increase awareness of the importance of reading with your children for fathers. The program is in the context of literacy skills development, relationship building, cognitive development, growth of self-esteem, readiness for school and overall contributing to greater literacy outcomes for communities. In celebration of this event we are hosting a block party. This is a walk-in event and the age is open. The only constraint is that it is for Dads to share with their kids!
Wednesday 12 September 2.00-3.30pm Happy House: Home Building Made Easy- Looking to build a home? Donna Garrett-Young, author of Home Building Made Easy takes you through the five key steps involved in building a home. The sessions covers: research, design, contract processes, construction, where to find tools, how to deal with what can go wrong and what happens before, during and after getting the keys. www.homebuildingmadeeasy.com.au Bookings essential.
Wednesday 19 September 2.00-3.30pm Never Diet Again: A healthier way to a happier you! Never diet Again is about simple changes that will massively improve long-term health. Authors and personal trainers Julius and Sharny Kieser will share their secret tips on curbing hunger and putting an end to cravings with crazy diets or products. This overall improvement session will help not to just get fit, but to get healthier. www.sharnyandjulius.com Bookings essential.
Wednesday 26th September 3.00-4.30pm 1st job survival guide. 1st job: getting yourself across the line. Applying for a position, acing the interview and how to deal with the stress and keep your confidence high when job searching. Session presented by Deborah Moseley, Queensland Youth Industry Links and Rick Colclough, Workplace Support.
JP Service: A free Justice of the Peace (JP) service is available at Beerwah library on Mondays and Thursdays 10.00-12.30pm.
Want more from life?
• Relax and reconnect in the library space- bring a coffee! We have newspapers and magazines too!
• Join or start a bookclub
• Travelling – look for our travel guides and audio books (great for the car!)
• Ebooks are available for loan without even visiting the library.
• On the go and need to connect? Free WiFi and computers at the library.
And our regular sessions.
• Baby Rhyme Time is held every Monday at 10.30 am for Infants aged 0-1year.
• Story Time for Toddlers is held every Tuesday at 10.30 am for children aged 1-5 years.
• Computer Help on a variety of topics, such as Introduction to Internet, Gmail and Skype, Computer Basics, How to download eBooks, What is: an iPad, Facebook and Buy and sell online? Bookings are essential.
Contact: Dell, Amanda and Staff at Beerwah Library on 1300 542727 or
Visit us: at 25 Peachester Road.
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