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Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Pictured here, the library’s jump rope kit.
Pictured here, the library’s jump rope kit.
Thursday, January 10, 2019 9:45 AM
As part of Rockland Public Library’s “Check Out Movement and Healthy Living at Your Library” series, the library now has fitness kits that can be checked out by library cardholders. The six different kits — T'ai Chi Beginner’s Workout . . .
  • Healthy Kids playgroups are held weekly in Damariscotta on Mondays, in Wiscasset on Tuesdays, in Boothbay on Wednesdays and in Waldoboro on Fridays. The playgroups are from 10 a.m. to noon and are free of charge....
  • With influenza cases continuing to rise throughout the state and likely entering widespread status within the next two weeks, the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) is reminding Mainers to take . . .
  • Midcoast Recreation Center (MRC), Route 90 in Rockport, is offering two new fitness classes in February — Barre Fitness and Makko Ho Stretching. Barre, a fitness program inspired by the postures of ballet, yoga and Pilates, combines . . .
  • Now that the weather has gotten seasonal, you may find yourself indoors more often. If you are still venturing outside for work or play, chances are your appetite has revved up, and you may be getting cravings not just for food in general . . .
  • The purchase of the house at 63 Washington Street in Camden by Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition (MCRC), a nonprofit that supports individuals and families recovering from alcohol and drug addiction, is set to close on January 17. . . .
  • Because it can be difficult to keep up a regular walking regimen during the winter, the public is welcome to walk indoors at Camden Hills Regional High School, 25 Keelson Drive (off Route 90) in Rockport, whenever Five Town Adult . . .
  • Central Lincoln County (CLC) YMCA has many nutrition-based options to support community members in their endeavors to get healthy in 2019. Joan Atkinson, a registered and licensed dietitian with a master’s degree in nutrition . . .
  • In Maine, 68 percent of carbon monoxide poisonings happen between November and March, and Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) is reminding people of some simple steps they can take to prevent . . .
  • The start of a new year marks a fresh beginning, and as Americans prepare to ring in 2019, the American Lung Association in Maine offers five tips on how to improve your lung health all year long. . . .
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