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Reader's Corner: Book clubs can help with healthy aging

Can a lifelong reading habit help facilitate healthy aging?

 

Much research supports the importance of reading for a healthy brain, and many experts note that successful agers keep their minds active by choosing engaging activities, including reading. And when done in the community of others, the benefits are even greater, including social connection and stimulating discussion on diverse topics.

 

Mark your calendar now for Wednesday, April 10, when the Learning on Wednesday topic at Kimberling Area Library is “Floating (Developing) A Book Club for Healthy Aging.” Join Shelba Woday and Jan Rosenburg of the Literary Ladies Book Club to learn about starting a book club, securing members, selecting books, rating books, and participating or networking with other local book clubs for mutual learning and enjoyment.

 

This informative presentation begins at 10:15 in the Kimberling Area Library Community Room, 45 Kimberling Blvd., in Kimberling City. Coffee and light snacks are provided; prior registration is not required; and attendance is free for this fun and informal event.

 

Stay up to date on other fun and educational activities at Kimberling Area Library by visiting www.kalib.org.

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