Book to Action
Read. Discuss. Act.
The Anaheim Public Library is pleased to announce its participation in the 2020 Book to Action program. During the month of August, Anaheim Public Library will be hosting a series of online events based on topics described in famed comic strip writer Cathy Guisewite’s recent book, Fifty Things That Aren’t My Fault.
In it Guisewite discusses what it’s like being caught in “the sandwich generation,” or as she calls it, “the panini generation.” Join us for lively books discussions and presentations aimed at taking the stress out of our lives while we navigate caring for others.
Book to Action Programs
Programs will be online on Facebook and YouTube. Register for each program by clicking the registration link or by calling (714) 765-5063. Participants who register will be entered to win a prize!
Find peace and calm through simple yoga practices including breathing, meditation, and gentle asana yoga. Led by Yoga Instructor Cara Fraser.
Stuck in the Middle/Atrapado en Medio
Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 3:00 p.m.
Join Dr. Ana Nogales as she shares the challenges faced by those who find themselves stuck in the middle while caring for both their children and their aging parents or other relatives.
Learn the calming potential of writing poetry with an artist from the Muckenthaler Cultural Center.
Balancing the responsibilities of caring for others often times leaves us exhausted. When do we carve space for practicing self-care? In this workshop, you will learn how to release stress and emotional pain by playing with water-based painting and collage imagery. Led by Mabel Valdiviezo from Arts 4 Healing. All supplies are available upon registration.
Follow along with Gretchen Shoemaker, heart and soul of Georgia’s Restaurant in Anaheim and Long Beach, as she walks us through making the ultimate in comfort food – Southern Goulash.