Come explore the how’s and why’s of meditation, getting a glimpse into how it can help you calm your mind, ease anxiety, and be the foundation for profound personal growth and healing. Join David Eyerman on Saturday, April 4 from 11:30 am to 1 pm through a short guided meditation practice, lecture and open discussion.
Registration is required for this program. Please call the library (978-352-5728) or come in to register.
This workshop is great if you:
– have wanted to try meditation but don’t know where to start
– have tried meditating before and were frustrated
– have experience with meditation and are looking to expand and deepen your practice
David Eyerman is a licensed acupuncturist and co-owner of the Clear and Now Holistic Healing Center located in Andover, MA. He has been a student of meditation for nearly twenty years, and leads weekly sessions in his office, and offers weekend intensives on meditation and personal growth.
Our Library Director, Ruth Eifert, has accepted the position of Library Director at the Lee Public Library in Lee, NH. Her last day in Georgetown will be on Saturday, March 28th. We welcome the Georgetown community to come into the library to say their farewells and congratulate Ruth on her new position.
Ruth has been a crucial part of our library for 13 years. She was instrumental in the renovation and construction of our beautiful and historical building. She has shown her continued devotion to the Georgetown Peabody Library and the town of Georgetown. The staff, the Friends, and the Trustees all wish her the best in her new job and thank her for all that she has done.
The Georgetown Peabody Library is pleased to offer a new genealogy database called MyHeritage Library Edition. MyHeritage is the leading destination to discover, share and preserve your family history. It is the most comprehensive global genealogy resource for libraries/institutions with billions of historical documents & remote access.
Start searching MyHeritage now! A link will also be added to our Online Resources section. You will need your library card number to log in to the database. If you have any questions or problems with accessing the database, please call the library.