Tuesday, January 23, 11:00am
Did you know herbs were used to support the heart and the circulatory system for thousands of years? Yet, in modern times, we have lost touch with these healing plants that have done so much. If you are interested in learning more about how herbal medicine has been used to support the body’s entire circulatory system, please join us at the Rehoboth Beach Public Library on Tuesday, January 23 at 11:00 am for an hour lecture and Q&A. Jayne Tamburello, who holds a MS in Medical Herbalism from Maryland University of Integrative Health, will talk about natural ways to support your heart and the circulatory system.
Tuesday, January 30, 6:00pm
Are you struggling with diabetes but still looking for ways to cut costs and save money? One way that's proven advantageous for many is the functional medicine approach.
As he addresses functional medicine approaches to supporting people with diabetes, Dr. Rees will help attendees understand state of the art research explained in simple language, how to improve vitality and energy levels, reduce the need for costly medication, and how to lessen the risk for heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
With over 30 years of chiropractic wellness care as well as being a certified functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Rees has extensive hands-on experience treating patients with diabetes. For more information about Dr. Rees and the services he provides, click here.
Join us for what's sure to be an informative, eye-opening program!
Saturday, February 10, 11:00am
Join us at the Rehoboth Beach Public Library on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 11:00 am as Christine Tomalin reads from and signs her book “An Even Exchange."
In this unique tale of hopes, dreams and anticipated endings, an ambitious young woman embarks on a coming-of-age journey that leads her from America to Britain and back again. As her life comes full circle, she begins to truly realize the implications of her choices.
Christine F. Tomalin, a published poet, spent thirty-five years as an adjunct professor, high school counselor, and administrator. She holds a master’s degree in education and counseling from the College of New Jersey. She currently works as a divorce and civil mediator in private practice in New Jersey, where she lives with her husband.
Wednesday, January 24, 1:00pm
Are you building towards a quality retirement? This course will cover where your retirement money should come from, how you should invest it, and what you should do to protect it. We will also cover how to best choose when hand how to take social security. This program is presented by Diane Heydt of the Delaware Financial Institute's Money School.