Riding a bike is all fun and games until someone gets a flat. Knox County Public Library is pleased to introduce a new program to help teens develop some practical life skills, including bike maintenance. Life 101 is a new series at Lawson McGhee Library on Saturdays at 2:00 pm. It's aim is to teach teenagers some important life skills for their future. The programs are free and open to all area teens. No reservation required.
February 8: Stress management: yoga for teens
Feeling stressed? Come learn some key beginning yoga moves that will help you learn how to decompress and get on with life in a healthy way. Taught by Laurie Fisher (RYT) (Also on March 8)
February 15: Bike safety
The first leg of this 2-part program will focus on urban bike safety. Local organization, Kickstand, will be on hand to guide you through the rules of the road and offer other suggestions on how to become a safer, more aware cyclist.
March 1: Bike maintenance and repair
Flats, broken chains, and wobbly seats, oh my! Meet up with volunteers from local organization, Kickstand, to learn essential bike maintenance and repair techniques.
March 8: Stress management: yoga for teens
Feeling stressed? Come learn some key beginning yoga moves that will help you learn how to decompress and get on with life in a healthy way. Taught by Laurie Fisher (RYT) (a repeat from February 1)
March 29: Financial literacy
Led by Paul Fain (CFP President, Asset Planning Corporation) this workshop will introduce teens to some important concepts and tools needed to become a financially empowered young adult. For more information, please contact Bess Connally at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (865) 215-8723