Walk, Snowshoe & Beat the Winter Blues with Live Well Watertown

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Live Well Watertown announced a slate of winter activities, including a walking group, snowshoeing, beating the winter blues and the annual Soup Fest.

The group sent out the following details:

Get a jumpstart on your 2020 goals &enroll in one of our FREE Winter WellnessPrograms,in collaboration with the Watertown Free Public Library!

Circle Walking

(new class series)

January 8 through February 26
Wednesdays, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Watertown Public Library,Savings Bank Room

The Wednesday Walks are moving indoors for the winter months! Circle Walking is a Chinese martial art and meditation in motion that can help reduce stress and improve balance. It is easy to learn and focuses on movement changes while walking around the edge of a circle in various stances. This class is suitable for all ages and a great way to get moving during the colder months!

NOTE: By registering for this event, you are committing to attend eight (8) Wednesday sessions of this class.

RegisterHERE.Email address required to register online.
If you do not have an email address, visit or call the WFPL Reference Desk to register (617-972-6436).

Beat the Winter Blues

Fridays, January 10 and 31
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Watertown Public Library, Savings Bank Room

Do you notice a decrease in energy and enthusiasm during the winter season? Attend this workshop to learn about Seasonal Affective Disorder as well as the common slump many experience during the winter months. Coping strategies will be presented along with effective treatment options.
ThisFREE program will be taught by Susan Axe-Bronk, PhD.

RegisterHEREEmail address required to register online.
If you do not have an email address, visit or call the WFPL Reference Desk to register (617-972-6436).

Community Snowshoeing!

CheckHEREfor information about Watertown Recreation’s 2020 Programs!

Increase Resilience with Mindfulness

Tuesdays, February 4 – 25
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Watertown Public Library, Savings Bank Room

This class series will teach you basic mindfulness and stress reduction tools, help you understand your emotions and triggers, and increase your ability to respond more positively to people and situations. *Participants should plan to attend all four classes.

Register HERE or e-mailHEREfor more information.

EAT WELL’s 3rd Annual Soup Fest!

Wednesday, February 5
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Watertown Public Library, Savings Bank Room

The 2020 Eat Well Watertown series kicks-off with one-pot meals to warm the heart and tummy! Get to know locally available winter soup ingredients and learn how to prepare nutritious and delicious dishes. There will be ample samples, recipes, and nutrition information.

RegisterHEREIf you do not have an email address, visit or call the WFPL Reference Desk to register: 617-972-6436.

*If you have participated in this program before, please wait to register until the day before the class so that new participants have a chance to participate.

Thank you toStop & Shop of Pleasant St. in Watertown for your support of this program!

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