Introduces Youth Services Librarian
The Gilmanton Year –
Round Library is pleased to welcome Jennifer MacLeod as their new
Youth Services Librarian.
MacLeod and her family have been residents of Gilmanton since 2010,
and she has played an active role in the library, which included
youth programming. A student of literature and education at
Dartmouth College, she is currently completing her bachelor’s degree
through Brigham Young University, Idaho.
With a passion for children’s literature and the significant role
libraries play in communities, she has volunteered with several
community organizations that have promoted and fostered literacy.
Her leisure time is spent with family exploring outdoor adventures,
photography, genealogy, and of course, reading.
MacLeod is excited to
be serving the community in her new position at the GYRL and is
looking forward to sharing her love of learning with the youth of
All are invited to
stop by, congratulate MacLeod on her new position, and enjoy the
many offerings of the library.
Laconia Adult Ed Offers Workshops For Emotional Health
Laconia Adult Education is offering two November workshops created
to help participants handle life’s stresses and challenges using
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Emotional Freedom
Technique, also known as “tapping”, is a simple-to-use, non-invasive
energy therapy that brings quick and lasting results for almost any
On Tuesday, November 8 at 6 PM Catherine Turgeon will be presenting
Introduction to Emotional Freedom Technique. She will explain
what EFT is and demonstrate how it is done so participants may go
home with an understanding of how it works and be able to use it for
On Tuesday, November
15 at 6 PM, Catherine will be presenting How to Handle the Hectic
Holidays, ways to deal with the stresses of family, finances and
food choices that arise during this busy season.
Catherine Turgeon is a certified life coach and EFT practitioner who
knows first-hand the value of using alternative methods for managing
health and increasing life satisfaction. She enjoys sharing
her experience and expertise with others so that they may discover
the power they have to improve their wellbeing and feel freer of
what is blocking their achievements.
Cost for each workshop is $10 and pre-registration is required.
For more information on either of these events and to register,
please contact the Laconia Adult Education office at 524-5712.