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Middlebury Library's Facebook page, in a live virtual concert, discover
the fantastic range of harp as local performer Anna Hagen brings family
favorites from classical to country, from hymns to rock 'n roll. Sharing
stories of her own harp journey, Anna will introduce you to this amazing
instrument with music that will engage and delight every age!
Anna is a professional harpist and public speaker performing in Northern Indiana. After begging to play harp since age 8, she now owns six harps, has made three CDs and loves sharing the joy of music.
Fermenting food has lots of health benefits and produces some of the tastiest foods: cheese, sauerkraut, bread, and more. At this Zoom program for adults, learn about the history and science of fermentation, find out how to make fermented foods at home, and watch a live demo on making sauerkraut.
Learn about the Korean martial art of taekwondo and practice
some basic self-defense moves at this introductory class led by Master Nick of Hoosier
Taekwondo. Appropriate for teens and adults, this class will be held outdoors
at the Riverbend Park; masks are recommended but not mandatory. Join us at this
program to help celebrate Asian American Heritage Month!
Location: Riverbend Park, 511 E. Warren Street
The pandemic has taken a toll on all of us. If you’re feeling stressed, isolated, or burnt out, pick up one of our free self-care kits and set aside some time to unwind and focus on your needs. In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month, these kits include items like tea, a stress ball, breathing exercises, and more. We have a limited number of kits, so reserve yours by signing up today! After registering, you can pick up your kit at the front desk of the library during opening hours, May 17-22.