You've been exercising your mind and body all summer long and now it's time for you to party!  Kids, teens, and adults are invited to Edgemont Park for a day of programs, activities and good old fashioned fun.

9:00am Yoga
Class will be an hour long alignment based vinyasa practice. Remember to bring 
a mat and water! This is an open level class presented by Misha Hajj, yoga instructor 
at the YMCA of Montclair.

10:15am to 1:45pm Free Adult School Dept. Mini Classes 

10:15am - Breaking Up with Sugar
Presented by Tina Hong, a Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, AADP, 
and founder of Goodness Multiplied Living Well Programs (  Learn more and register.

11:00am - Searching for Health: Reliable Online Research
Presented by Chelsea Dodd, Information Services Supervisor.  Learn more

11:45am - Living a Mindful Life
Presented by Diane Lang, M.A., counseling; certified counselor; adjunct 
instructor, psychology, M.S.U.; therapist, educator and author with expertise in multiple mental health, lifestyle and parenting needs.  Learn more and register.

12:30pm - Recognizing Mental Health Issues
Presented by Jayme Ganey, MA, of the Mental Health Association of Essex County.  Learn more and register.

1:15pm - Aikido
Presented by Robert Friedman, LCSW. Robert has taught at Aikdo Centers in Morristown and East Hanover for 14 years. He holds multiple black belt certifications from Aikido World Headquarters, Aikikai Foundation and Aikido Centers.  Learn more and register.

2:00pm Storybook Walk
Join us for a walk around the Edgemont Park path! We'll stop at several stations 
along the way to read pages from a picture book. The stations will remain up for 
the rest of the afternoon for families to enjoy. Presented in partnership with the 
New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition.

3:00 to 5:00pm Kids & Teens crafts and activities

Registration is not required for activities, but recommended for the mini classes, which will take place inside the Edgemont Park House. The yoga class, Storybook Walk and Kids & Teens activities are scheduled to take place outdoors, but may be moved inside in case of inclement weather.

Special thanks to:

*Summer Reading 2016 is funded in part by a grant from the Partners for Health Foundation, whose vision is to make our communities healthier, better places to live.
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