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Gentle Yoga Class
Join us on Wednesday, June 14th, at 6:30 PM for a 60 minute gentle evening wind-down yoga class. The class will be led by 200-hour RYT, Pauline Fabiano. This calming, stress-relieving yoga class is good for all levels, and all are welcome and encouraged to come. We will spend time warming up, stretching, and slowly moving into yoga poses. We will move at a slow and relaxing pace focusing on alignment, restoration, and relaxation. Please bring a yoga mat and water (if you don’t have a yoga mat a large towel can also be used).

Summer Sweets with Chrystina Moran
Join us on Wednesday, June 21st at 6 PM to make a delicious summer dessert! Sign ups required!

Free workshop on job interviews and resume writing by local author Artie Lynnworth
Tuesday, June 27 at 5:30pm

On Tuesday, June 27, 2017, local author Artie Lynnworth will present a free 2-hour workshop for those who want to better prepare for job interviews and improve their resume. The interactive workshop starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Smyth Public Library, 55 High Street, Candia, NH, and will conclude by 7:30 p.m. The event, sponsored by the public library, includes a question and answer session. For more information, contact the library at 603.483.8245.
Lynnworth’s book, entitled “Slice the Salami: Tips for Life and Leadership, One Slice at a Time,” includes chapters on time management, work-life balance and effective communications, plus a special section on how to ace a job or college interview and how to improve your resume so that it stands out from the crowd. Interview preparation and resume writing will be the focus of the June 27th workshop, also covered in his other non-fiction book titled, “Tips for Resumes and Interviews, All in One Hour.”
These books and the workshop are based on Lynnworth’s 40-year highly successful career as a front-line manager and later a senior executive in a worldwide corporation. When asked about the seminar, Lynnworth said, “The tips in my books and the information I plan to share at the library really work. Rather than fancy theories and technical jargon, I enjoy focusing on down-to-earth tips that can be easily understood and quickly applied, in a fun presentation that shows people exactly what they need to do to succeed.”
Lynnworth explained that he once coached an individual who had been taking interviews for over a year without one job offer, and after his brief workshop, the individual got a job the next week. Lynnworth clarified that “The person’s experience did not change in a week. What changed was how he presented his skills to the interviewer in a concise, powerful and effective manner. This is what I teach and what is covered in my book.” Lynnworth suggested that those wondering whether this workshop will be helpful to them should read the customer feedback comments on Amazon’s site for his books. Lynnworth added, “I’ve had one person who used the system I teach get an interview and job offer within 48 hours from submitting her revised resume.”
Lynnworth said he was excited to be conducting this workshop here in Candia NH, close to Nashua, NH, where he and his wife are summer residents in our area. Lynnworth said, “I am proud to be presenting effective interviewing and resume writing tips that work so effectively, and to share this important information in the Candia, NH community.”
Smyth librarian, Heidi Deacon, said, “We are lucky to have Artie Lynnworth in our area and available to provide practical tips for success to our local residents. I hope our area residents take advantage of this helpful workshop.”

Lyme Disease and Food Based Healing with Laura Piazza
Thursday, July 11th at 6pm
DID YOU KNOW? NH continues to be among the highest ranked U.S. states for Lyme disease cases per capita.
NH state testing reveals that more than 50% of the ticks tested carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease.
Learn more about Lyme disease prevention and food-based healing from Sunapee resident and author Laura Piazza, who has made nutrition a priority in her fight against Lyme disease.
Topics will include:
• Laura’s story and how she the importance of good nutrition when battling Lyme (or any other inflammatory illness).
• what to do if bitten by a tick.
• the danger of the wait-for-symptoms-to-appear approach that some doctors recommend.
• prevention techniques and yard maintenance practices that help reduce the tick population.
Laura will provide samples from her cookbook and will have copies available for purchase at a discounted rate.

How to Salad in a Jar with Debby Adair
Saturday, September 23rd, at 10am
Bring your own mason type jar and a few of your favorite toppings. Lettuce will be provided.

Ongoing Programs:

Thursday, June 29th at 730pm Reading group featuring Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger (pick up your copy at the front desk)

Feel free to join the group for many interesting discussions!

Drop in Coloring night
for all ages, all supplies provided, every Friday 6-7 pm. (packets also available for use in library anytime we are open)

Try out our new “Volunteer Your World” ideas at Smyth Public Library. Come to our monthly meeting (Last Monday of the month) or visit our Volunteer Your World PageZendoodle Group at 6pm
Whether you have experience or just want to have fun
Second and Fourth Fridays at 6:30 pm

SEEKING WRITERS of all levels and abilities!
We have a wonderful writing group at Smyth Public Library on the second and fourth Friday of each month from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Please let us know if you would like to be a part and sign up or just come by and start writing. Writers group meets 2nd and 4th Friday of each month 6:30 pm

See the “children,” “teen,” and “music series” tabs for more great events!