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What’s Happening

Family Bedtime Story Time resumes at the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

The Family Bedtime Story Time includes stories, songs, hand rhymes, felt board stories, crafts and much more, for children between the ages of 3 and 8.

Children may come in their pajamas with a favorite toy or blanket. Afterward, parents can take their children home and tuck them into bed. The program is free and no reservations are required.

The South Lake Tahoe Branch Library is located at 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. The library is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

For additional information call (530) 573-3185.

Better Breathers meet this week

Better Breathers Support Group meets monthly to discuss matters to help members better cope with breathing problems and to learn ways to maximize health. Special speakers are invited to discuss related subjects, and time is allowed for group discussion and questions regarding COPD (asthma, chronic bronchitis and emphysema.)

Meetings take place the third Wednesday of each month at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., and the public is always welcome at no charge. The next meeting is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. this Wednesday.

Guest speaker will be Ginger Huber, El Dorado County Department of Environmental Management. She will discuss vital information regarding prevention of West Nile Virus and Avian Flu.

Mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus have become a serious threat this year and avian flu could become a serious epidemic in the future. Come learn how to protect yourself from contacting either of these serious diseases.

Time will be allowed to ask questions about COPD as well as self-help information and breathing control exercises.

For more information call Jan Peacock at (530) 542-9183.

Fun parent-baby classes at Kahle

Parents and babies will enjoy six weeks of fun-filled play classes with lots of singing, signing and dancing activities led by Connie Anderson at Kahle Community Center, 236 Kingsbury Grade.

Classes include fun activities and parent education and are scheduled from 11:15 a.m. starting Wednesday. To register and for more information call (775) 586-7271.

Kids’ playgroup this Wednesday

Play & Learn, the free playgroup that provides play/craft activities and healthy snacks for children and education, networking and parenting support for their parents, will meet Wednesday. The title of the class is “I Am Lovable: A positive self-image is the basis for good discipline and guidance.”

Each Play and Learn group is held at the offices of Choices for Children, 1029 Takela Drive, Suite 1 from 9:15 to 11a.m. Drop-ins are welcome. Play and Learns are held the first and third Wednesday of each month and have new topics for each meeting. Come join us for friends, play and parenting solutions.

Call Carol or Nadine at Choices for Children at (530) 541-5848 for more information.

Ducks Unlimited seeks volunteers

Ducks Unlimited needs volunteers to help organize the annual Ducks Unlimited dinner, which is scheduled Nov. 18.

Organizational meetings will take place each Thursday at Steamers. The first meeting will begin at 6 p.m. this Thursday. For more information call Kit and Diane Arlin at (530) 544-8618 or Chris Perondi at (530) 307-1330.

Free yoga classes this Thursday

Free yoga will be offered all day Thursday in honor of International Day of Peace. The event will take place at Mountain Yoga, 585 Tahoe Keys Blvd. in the Tahoe Keys Village.

Beginning yoga, 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.; vinyasa yoga, noon to 1 p.m.; peace video and guided meditation, 4 to 5 p.m.; vinyasa yoga, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m.; and beginning heart yoga, 7 to 8 p.m.

For more information call (530) 543-1400 or visit http://www.mountain-yoga.com.

– Provided to the Tribune

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