Are you looking for a new way to control chronic illnesses such as prediabetes, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and arthritis?
Learn how using smartphone and computer apps to monitor your eating and physical activity habits could help you live a healthier life and reduce the symptoms of chronic illness on Monday, May 21 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Bring your own device or use a tablet or phone provided by the Cayuga Community Health Network. Registration is required.
We’re gearing up for the third year of our reading challenge, and we’ve prepared new categories to get you reading more! The Read More! 2018 Reading Challenge invites you to read 26 books throughout 2018.
Every four years, Americans participate in a seemingly strange electoral process to pick the Chief Executive of the country, the President. The method of selection, the Electoral College, has been both praised and vilified. Learn about the origins of the Electoral College, how it works, its history, and why it is unlikely to change in this session with local historian Tom Henry on Tuesday, May 29 at 6 pm.
*This program is part of Seymour Library's Civic Literacy Series
Dating back to the late 1800s, community groups throughout Cayuga County followed a national trend and produced a wide variety of cookbooks for charity. Cayuga County Historian Ruth Bradley will present an overview of these grassroots community projects, highlighting the evolution of meals and menus, collectively compiled to raise money in support of a range of social and community initiatives, on Monday, May 21 at 6 pm.