graves library summer events

MORNING YOGA WITH KRIYA YOGI, VIRGINA WILLIAMSON

Yogi Virginia Williamson is returning this summer for morning yoga at the Graves! Please call us to sign up for a session. Classes will also be available via Zoom so friends far and wide can join.

Virginia Williamson (Ginny) is a Kriya Yogi, in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, initiated by Roy Eugene Davis. She has been practicing Yoga for 31 years; teaching in Southwest Florida for 23 years.  She teaches traditional, ‘old-school’, Classical Yoga, with emphasis on meditative movements coordinated with the breath.   Her instruction accentuates moving from one posture to another in a progressive manner that supports the nervous system while developing strength and relaxation in the rest of the body and calmness in the mind.  Ginny is committed to providing an environment wherein the students may learn from an internal perspective. Students are encouraged to practice according to their own physical, mental and emotional contexts, not by trying to replicate what works for someone else.  She holds multiple teaching certifications and has had more than 2200 hours of training, study and practice.

Call us at 967-2778 for more details. If joining virtually, please give us your email so we can provide you with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the class.

A $15 donation is suggested for this class, and can be paid to the instructor on the day of the class.

MORNING YOGA WITH KRIYA YOGI, VIRGINA WILLIAMSON

Yogi Virginia Williamson is returning this summer for morning yoga at the Graves! Please call us to sign up for a session. Classes will also be available via Zoom so friends far and wide can join.

Virginia Williamson (Ginny) is a Kriya Yogi, in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, initiated by Roy Eugene Davis. She has been practicing Yoga for 31 years; teaching in Southwest Florida for 23 years.  She teaches traditional, ‘old-school’, Classical Yoga, with emphasis on meditative movements coordinated with the breath.   Her instruction accentuates moving from one posture to another in a progressive manner that supports the nervous system while developing strength and relaxation in the rest of the body and calmness in the mind.  Ginny is committed to providing an environment wherein the students may learn from an internal perspective. Students are encouraged to practice according to their own physical, mental and emotional contexts, not by trying to replicate what works for someone else.  She holds multiple teaching certifications and has had more than 2200 hours of training, study and practice.

Call us at 967-2778 for more details. If joining virtually, please give us your email so we can provide you with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the class.

A $15 donation is suggested for this class, and can be paid to the instructor on the day of the class.

MORNING YOGA WITH KRIYA YOGI, VIRGINA WILLIAMSON

Yogi Virginia Williamson is returning this summer for morning yoga at the Graves! Please call us to sign up for a session. Classes will also be available via Zoom so friends far and wide can join.

Virginia Williamson (Ginny) is a Kriya Yogi, in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, initiated by Roy Eugene Davis. She has been practicing Yoga for 31 years; teaching in Southwest Florida for 23 years.  She teaches traditional, ‘old-school’, Classical Yoga, with emphasis on meditative movements coordinated with the breath.   Her instruction accentuates moving from one posture to another in a progressive manner that supports the nervous system while developing strength and relaxation in the rest of the body and calmness in the mind.  Ginny is committed to providing an environment wherein the students may learn from an internal perspective. Students are encouraged to practice according to their own physical, mental and emotional contexts, not by trying to replicate what works for someone else.  She holds multiple teaching certifications and has had more than 2200 hours of training, study and practice.

Call us at 967-2778 for more details. If joining virtually, please give us your email so we can provide you with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the class.

A $15 donation is suggested for this class, and can be paid to the instructor on the day of the class.

MORNING YOGA WITH KRIYA YOGI, VIRGINA WILLIAMSON

Yogi Virginia Williamson is returning this summer for morning yoga at the Graves! Please call us to sign up for a session. Classes will also be available via Zoom so friends far and wide can join.

Virginia Williamson (Ginny) is a Kriya Yogi, in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, initiated by Roy Eugene Davis. She has been practicing Yoga for 31 years; teaching in Southwest Florida for 23 years.  She teaches traditional, ‘old-school’, Classical Yoga, with emphasis on meditative movements coordinated with the breath.   Her instruction accentuates moving from one posture to another in a progressive manner that supports the nervous system while developing strength and relaxation in the rest of the body and calmness in the mind.  Ginny is committed to providing an environment wherein the students may learn from an internal perspective. Students are encouraged to practice according to their own physical, mental and emotional contexts, not by trying to replicate what works for someone else.  She holds multiple teaching certifications and has had more than 2200 hours of training, study and practice.

Call us at 967-2778 for more details. If joining virtually, please give us your email so we can provide you with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the class.

A $15 donation is suggested for this class, and can be paid to the instructor on the day of the class.

OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES – 2022 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Starting June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES!

Beginning June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – Oceans of Possibilities. We will be offering a wide range of programs including visits from local authors, a pirates and mermaids party, origami and crafts to-go, a watercolor class with a local artist, story times on the lawn, and a stuffed animals sleepover!

Click here to view a complete list of all Summer Reading Program offerings!

Click here to watch a video of Pete the Pirate telling us about all the fun he has in store for this summer!

Please call (207) 967-2778 for more details.  All ages are welcome to join.

 


The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) is partnering with the Maine State Library in support of this year’s Oceans of Possibilities theme. Please enjoy these resources, provided by GMRI, pertaining to this year’s theme:

Gulf of Maine, Explained
This series of brief (<5 minute) videos present nuggets of scientific information about the Gulf of Maine in an easily digestible format.

Community/Citizen Science Investigations
GMRI’s community science program, the Ecosystem Investigation Network, features two investigations that you can participate in to contribute to scientific work regarding the Gulf of Maine. There is one focused on tracking invasive crabs in the intertidal zone, and another focused on documenting coastal flooding resulting from sea level rise.

Sea Level Rise Interactive Map

 

MORNING YOGA WITH KRIYA YOGI, VIRGINA WILLIAMSON

Yogi Virginia Williamson is returning this summer for morning yoga at the Graves! Please call us to sign up for a session. Classes will also be available via Zoom so friends far and wide can join.

Virginia Williamson (Ginny) is a Kriya Yogi, in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, initiated by Roy Eugene Davis. She has been practicing Yoga for 31 years; teaching in Southwest Florida for 23 years.  She teaches traditional, ‘old-school’, Classical Yoga, with emphasis on meditative movements coordinated with the breath.   Her instruction accentuates moving from one posture to another in a progressive manner that supports the nervous system while developing strength and relaxation in the rest of the body and calmness in the mind.  Ginny is committed to providing an environment wherein the students may learn from an internal perspective. Students are encouraged to practice according to their own physical, mental and emotional contexts, not by trying to replicate what works for someone else.  She holds multiple teaching certifications and has had more than 2200 hours of training, study and practice.

Call us at 967-2778 for more details. If joining virtually, please give us your email so we can provide you with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the class.

A $15 donation is suggested for this class, and can be paid to the instructor on the day of the class.

OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES – 2022 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Starting June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES!

Beginning June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – Oceans of Possibilities. We will be offering a wide range of programs including visits from local authors, a pirates and mermaids party, origami and crafts to-go, a watercolor class with a local artist, story times on the lawn, and a stuffed animals sleepover!

Click here to view a complete list of all Summer Reading Program offerings!

Click here to watch a video of Pete the Pirate telling us about all the fun he has in store for this summer!

Please call (207) 967-2778 for more details.  All ages are welcome to join.

 


The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) is partnering with the Maine State Library in support of this year’s Oceans of Possibilities theme. Please enjoy these resources, provided by GMRI, pertaining to this year’s theme:

Gulf of Maine, Explained
This series of brief (<5 minute) videos present nuggets of scientific information about the Gulf of Maine in an easily digestible format.

Community/Citizen Science Investigations
GMRI’s community science program, the Ecosystem Investigation Network, features two investigations that you can participate in to contribute to scientific work regarding the Gulf of Maine. There is one focused on tracking invasive crabs in the intertidal zone, and another focused on documenting coastal flooding resulting from sea level rise.

Sea Level Rise Interactive Map

 

OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES – 2022 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Starting June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES!

Beginning June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – Oceans of Possibilities. We will be offering a wide range of programs including visits from local authors, a pirates and mermaids party, origami and crafts to-go, a watercolor class with a local artist, story times on the lawn, and a stuffed animals sleepover!

Click here to view a complete list of all Summer Reading Program offerings!

Click here to watch a video of Pete the Pirate telling us about all the fun he has in store for this summer!

Please call (207) 967-2778 for more details.  All ages are welcome to join.

 


The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) is partnering with the Maine State Library in support of this year’s Oceans of Possibilities theme. Please enjoy these resources, provided by GMRI, pertaining to this year’s theme:

Gulf of Maine, Explained
This series of brief (<5 minute) videos present nuggets of scientific information about the Gulf of Maine in an easily digestible format.

Community/Citizen Science Investigations
GMRI’s community science program, the Ecosystem Investigation Network, features two investigations that you can participate in to contribute to scientific work regarding the Gulf of Maine. There is one focused on tracking invasive crabs in the intertidal zone, and another focused on documenting coastal flooding resulting from sea level rise.

Sea Level Rise Interactive Map

 

OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES – 2022 SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Starting June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES!

Beginning June 21st, the Graves Library will offer its 2022 Summer Reading Program – Oceans of Possibilities. We will be offering a wide range of programs including visits from local authors, a pirates and mermaids party, origami and crafts to-go, a watercolor class with a local artist, story times on the lawn, and a stuffed animals sleepover!

Click here to view a complete list of all Summer Reading Program offerings!

Click here to watch a video of Pete the Pirate telling us about all the fun he has in store for this summer!

Please call (207) 967-2778 for more details.  All ages are welcome to join.

 


The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) is partnering with the Maine State Library in support of this year’s Oceans of Possibilities theme. Please enjoy these resources, provided by GMRI, pertaining to this year’s theme:

Gulf of Maine, Explained
This series of brief (<5 minute) videos present nuggets of scientific information about the Gulf of Maine in an easily digestible format.

Community/Citizen Science Investigations
GMRI’s community science program, the Ecosystem Investigation Network, features two investigations that you can participate in to contribute to scientific work regarding the Gulf of Maine. There is one focused on tracking invasive crabs in the intertidal zone, and another focused on documenting coastal flooding resulting from sea level rise.

Sea Level Rise Interactive Map

 

MORNING YOGA WITH KRIYA YOGI, VIRGINA WILLIAMSON

Please call us to sign up for a morning class with Yogi, Virginia Williamson.   This session will be via Zoom so friends far and wide can join.

Virginia Williamson (Ginny) is a Kriya Yogi, in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda, initiated by Roy Eugene Davis. She has been practicing Yoga for 31 years; teaching in Southwest Florida for 22 years.  She teaches traditional, ‘old-school’, Classical Yoga, with emphasis on meditative movements coordinated with the breath.   Her instruction accentuates moving from one posture to another in a progressive manner that supports the nervous system while developing strength and relaxation in the rest of the body and calmness in the mind.  Ginny is committed to providing an environment wherein the students may learn from an internal perspective. Students are encouraged to practice according to their own physical, mental and emotional contexts, not by trying to replicate what works for someone else.  She holds multiple teaching certifications and has had more than 2200 hours of training, study and practice.

Call us at 967-2778 for more details and give us your email so we can provide you with the Zoom link 24 hours prior to the class.

A donation for this class is suggested.  Go to our Homepage and Click on the Link to Donate through our Paypal Account.   All proceeds benefit Graves Library.

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