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Beading for your Brain

If you are looking for ways to get healthy and stay fit, start at your library!

Learning new skills keeps your brain healthy and can lower your risk of developing dementia-- activating strategic, spatial, and memory parts of the brain.

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Join us for the next free program in MPL's Fit for Life series, a national program of Libraries for the Future, made possible by generous support from MetLife Foundation. Add a touch of sparkle to your life - it's easy! Learn to create a memory wire bracelet at these locations:

Tippecanoe Library
3912 S. Howell Avenue
Monday, September 28, 2009


Atkinson Library
1960 W. Atkinson Ave
Monday, October 19th, 2009

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