Flow Yoga is back!

Join Malena Marvin for a flowing sequence of yoga poses to build strength, mindfulness and flexibility. Classes are rooted in a vinyasa flow, emphasize breath-centered practice, and are tailored to suit the needs of current students. All levels welcome! Caution: Yoga has been shown to decrease blood pressure, boost immunity, improve sleep, increase flexibility, reduce anxiety, and prevent aches and pain.

  • Thursdays 5:30-6:45 pm

  • Saturdays 11am to 12:15 pm

Bring your mat, blanket, block & strap - or use ours. $12 drop in, $30 for 3-class pass, $90 for 10-class pass. Kids 15 and under and veterans half-price. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Join the Petersburg Yoga group on Facebook for updates on subs, visiting teachers, and special workshops.

Instructor Malena Marvin has taught yoga to K-12 public school kids, on wilderness expeditions, and worked with teen girls on the Art of Yoga project. She began her yoga practice in 1996 and has completed a 200 vinyasa teacher training. A strong believer in holistic health, she has completed over 200 hours of training in Thai Bodywork.

Caution: Yoga has been shown to decrease blood pressure, boost immunity, improve sleep, increase flexibility, reduce anxiety, and prevent aches and pains. 

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The Creative Experience: Shibori Indigo Dying

Shibori is the Japanese art of creating patterns by binding, stitching, folding and twisting fabric during the dyeing process. In this beginning level workshop with Andrea Weathers, learn some basic traditional techniques using indigo dye. Experiment on cotton dish towels that we provide and go home with the skills to dye larger pieces at home.  

Open to adults 16+. Class fee - $40, REGISTER NOW -- >

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Curiosity Creates! After School STEAM Adventures for Kids

We're thrilled to announce that Curiosity Creates! our popular drop-in after school STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) program with instructor Andrea Weathers will kick off Wednesday Sept 13. It will be *every* Wednesday September through November thanks to funding from the Friends of Petersburg's Libraries!

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Manhattan Short Film Festival Screens Sept 29 & 30

Filmgoers in Petersburg can unite with over 100,000 film-lovers around the world during the week of Sept 28 - Oct 8 when the 20th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival screens at the Public Library on Sept 29 & 30.  Join with viewers around the world in choosing the best short film. Your vote counts! Check out the finalists! www.manhattanshort.com. Suitable for adult audiences only. 

Advanced ticket purchase is recommended! Tickets on sale at the library ($10). 

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