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Events for Wednesday January 18, 2023

Workshop: Tea Blending with Mood Boosting Herbs, Eating for Your Health

Wednesday January 18, 2023
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Workshop led by Tish Streeten to learn which plants can help lift the spirits, calm the nerves, and aid relaxation, and discover why one herb is more suited to your constitution and personality than another. Register. $45.

West Windsor Arts Council, 952 Alexander Road, West Windsor. www.eatingforyourhealth.org.

Winter Wonders Tour, Grounds for Sculpture

Wednesday January 18, 2023
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Price: $15 member, $25 non member 

Join Grounds for Sculpture Horticulturist Janis Napoli for a tour of the winter wonders in the gardens. Explore the beauty of trees and plants in winter and learn how the garden is maintained during the cold months during this 1-hour tour. Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) and wheelchairs are available to rent from the Welcome Center.

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Five Basic Principles for Getting (and Staying) Organized, Princeton Public Library (Virtual)

Wednesday January 18, 2023
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Professional organizers Marie Limpert and Annmarie Brogan present their five basic organizing principles, answer questions and provide solutions to common challenges that get people stuck.

A short Q&A session will follow the presentation. Marie and Annmarie will also present a second session, "Where's My Stuff?": The Ins and Outs of Managing Space on Jan. 25.

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Learn about Osteoarthritis, MCLS - Robbinsville Branch

Wednesday January 18, 2023
7:00 PM

Dr. Adam Thompson from A+ Athlete and Sports Medicine in Robbinsville will be talking about Osteoarthritis- what it is, strategies for prevention and common treatments. Rob Dykeman PT DPT from Hamilton Physical Therapy Services will talk about physical therapy for osteoarthritis - muscle strengthening, flexibility exercises for soft tissues and joints and balance/gait retraining. Registration is required prior to the event. CONTACT: Robbinsville Programming Staff 609-259-2150 robprogs@mcl.org

Virtual Lecture: Our Shared Waters – A History of Improving Water Quality Through Partnership

Wednesday January 18, 2023
7:00 PM

Pollution in the Delaware River was recognized as a problem as early as the 1700s and caused waterborne illnesses and fish kills. Today, the Delaware River is cleaner than it was back then. But what's the backstory? The history of the Delaware River Basin Commission is a story of shared water resource management, the benefits of which we enjoy today.

The lecture will highlight the Delaware River Basin Commission's work managing and improving our shared water resources, the state of our basin, and the many stakeholder groups and partners who support its continued sustainability now and for future generations. Free pre-registration: https://bit.ly/sharedwaters

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