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PHONE:  (540) 375-4112   |  ADDRESS:  City Hall, 114 North Broad Street, Salem, VA 24153

News in Salem

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Aug

2019

Sensory Night

An opportunity for children with special needs to visit the library on their own terms!  This after-hours event will feature a different  activity every month sponsored by a local community group. 

5

Dec

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

Subsequent meetings will include:

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Dec

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

Subsequent meetings will include:

19

Dec

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

Subsequent meetings will include:

26

Sep

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

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3

Oct

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

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10

Oct

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

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Oct

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

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24

Oct

2019

Salem Resilience Circle

This fall, the Salem Library is launching a new venue for building resilience through positive discussion and fellowship for individuals 50 and older who:

  • find themselves out of work OR
  • are underemployed and financially incapable of retiring OR
  • have diminished or nonexistent income

Topics to be discussed include:

  • ways to improve financial security
  • stress reduction techniques
  • emotional first aid tips

The first meeting will be an orientation session to:

  • introduce the facilitator, the members, the concepts of resilience circles, and the ground rules for the Circle
  • outline the topics to be discussed over the 12 weeks of the Circle
  • review the assignment for the next week’s Circle (reading and/or other exercises)

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31

Jul

2019

End of the Summer Game Day

We will be playing games of all sorts!  

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