PINE RIVER LIBRARY

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Virtual Program Archive

Missed the live program? We will post recordings of our virtual programs here so they can be watched on demand later! Click on the program title to watch the video.

  • Bullet Journaling: (1/13/21) Bullet Journaling is a simple and customizable system that helps you organize your life, stick to your goals, and increase your productivity! Download the handout.
  • Finding Happiness in the Age of COVID-19: (1/25/21) The COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to question how we are living and everything we hold dear. Join Dr. Brian Burke, FLC Professor of Psychology and 2020 Best Educator in Durango, as he unpacks the psychological science regarding what we know about how to live a good life for the era we are living through. What might psychologists know that might help us to live our best life?
  • Chocolate, Good for the Heart and Soul: (2/10/21) W ho doesn’t need a good excuse to eat chocolate? You’ve heard it can be good for you, but is there any truth to it? Join Nicole Clark, R.D, La Plata County CSU Extension Family and Consumer Science Agent, so you can better explain to your friends and family why chocolate is good for the heart and soul – just in time for the biggest chocolate holiday of the year! This mouth watering discussion includes a cook-along to make a delicious chocolatey treat – for your health.
  • Give Your Energy to Movement: (2/24/21):  Whether you exercise or not, this program is for you!  Why?  Because movement has the potential to be a much more valuable addition to your life than exercise. Attend this one hour, interactive webinar to learn the science and psychology supporting this statement. Once your brain is convinced that movement may be your ticket to better health, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in a brief demonstration to show you how easy it is to get started. This virtual Zoom program is hosted by Nicole Clark, R.D, La Plata County CSU Extension Family and Consumer Science Agent.