Want to take up genealogy as a hobby or are you curious about your family story? Take time to attend this class on how to start your genealogy quest. Come learn these and other genealogy related topics at this free event. Click the link to sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/849555402077?aff=oddtdtcreator
Do you sometimes (or often!) feel overwhelmed by the “busy-ness” of life? Are you experiencing symptoms of stress—high blood pressure, insomnia, irritability, racing thoughts, anxiety, or depression? This presentation, by licensed therapist and meditation teacher Jeanne Malmgren, will offer a tool you can start using immediately to manage stress and create more calm and balance in your life. Mindfulness is time-tested and science-based, has no side effects, and is easy … Read More
Book Journaling for Beginners Join us at the Westminster Library for an exciting event that will unleash your creativity and love for books! Join us for an informal class of learning ways to keep track of books you have read. From general lists to in-depth journaling, we will review paper logs, journals, websites, apps, and crafts and even make some of our own. No prior experience is necessary, and all … Read More
Clemson Rural Health works with DHEC and other organizations to provide cancer screenings for those who are uninsured or underinsured. Come learn how to access these programs and about all of the services provided by the Clemson Health Clinic in Walhalla. This program will be presented in English and Spanish. Ages 18+
African-American Genealogy has its own set of roadblocks due to various historical events. Before giving up on your research come and learn about several strategies as well as possible resources to overcome a roadblock. Also, there will be a timeline of historical events to help guide one through African-American History at this free event.