Join us on February 15 at 6:00 pm.
Donna Younkin, Tryon Riding and Hunt Club VP, will help you imagine galloping across a field atop a 1,000-pound horse and then jumping a log and splashing into shallow water. From the safety and comfort of your chair at Lanier, you’ll get to understand and appreciate this cross-country competition as well as show jumping and dressage—together the disciplines of 3-day eventing. This program is a primer for non-riders who love the beauty and athleticism of horses and want to learn more about
equestrain sports. It also provides context if you want to spectate or volunteer at any of five local eventing shows in 2023.
FIND YOUR SEAT OF CALM
Follow along with Nancy Nicholson at Lanier Library, Thursday, March 2, at 3 PM. A 25-year teacher of yoga, Nancy will lead you and eleven others, each in a chair, to
practice Kripalu Yoga. This “meditation in motion” focuses on sensations in your body and breath while seated and also, if you feel able, while standing by your chair.
Women and men of all ages practice yoga for flexibility, improved balance, calmness, focus, and other physical and mental benefits. Nancy’s goal is to help you “feel the union of mind, body, and spirit” through poses and gentle exercises you can repeat easily at home. Dress comfortably.
Seating is limited so reserve now in-person, or call 828-859-9535, or register online at Yoga Workshop Registration
This free workshop is made possible by the generous support of the Kirby Endowment Fund at PCCF.
All Lanier Library programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.
In our January Display Case : Dale Weiler and Loti Woods of Weiler Woods for Wildlife share some of Dale’s sculptures.