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YOGA: Virtual Classes for Beginners and Beyond YOGA: virtual sessions available 24/7

Virtual (online)

YOGA: Virtual Classes for Beginners and Beyond
YOGA: virtual sessions available 24/7

Continue on your own path with refreshing new yoga sessions, available for more advanced participants, thoughtfully presented by Master Yogi Steven Russell of Becoming Sound Yoga.

Yoga offers your body and mind many paths to de-stress, to improve flexibility, to unwind. Deep breathing and slow stretching movements warm the muscles, while a standing pose may build balance and strength.

You are invited to choose your own path with movements from the advanced offerings, as well as some of the most popular Library-video class beginner series, also offered by Yogi Steven.

There are the session titles for beginners: Yoga Breathing; Yoga Stretching; Yoga Movement; Yoga Stretching with Support.

These are the session titles for advanced: Yoga on the Mat; Beyond Beginner.

CONTACT: Programming 732 431 7220ext7222

LiveWell Center-Virtual Support Groups All Recovery Meeting Daily

Virtual (online)

Virtual Support Groups
All Recovery Meeting
All Recovery Meetings are for everyone who supports
recovery and honor all pathways to recovery. Join us
virtually and connect with others who are initiating and
maintaining a recovery lifestyle.
For more information and for Zoom codes, please call
833.233.IFPR (4377).
Caregiver Support-

Afternoon Tea with the LiveWell Center (hybrid)

LiveWell Center 200 Wyckoff Rd. Suite 1200, Eatontown, NJ

Afternoon Tea with the LiveWell Center (hybrid)

On 12/19: There is holiday magic in the air! Join us at the LiveWell Center or virtually for holiday trivia. Feel free to dress in your holiday best or favorite holiday sweater. Tea and light refreshments will be served to those who attend in-person.

On 1/16: A new year means new wellness intentions. Join us at the LiveWell Center as we make 2023 wellness vision boards. Supplies will be provided by the Center. Tea and light refreshments will be served.

Please email if you wish to attend virtually.

Event Dates
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Jan 16, 2023 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Event Location
LiveWell Center

200 Wyckoff Rd. Suite 1200

Eatontown, NJ 07724

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Event Registration
Price: Free

Sponsoring Facility: Monmouth Medical Center
Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus

Registration Type: Online Registration

Registration Info:

Attendance is free, registration is required. If you would like to attend virtually instead, please email for the Zoom link.

Event Coordinator
Jennifer Klein, MS, RD, Registered Dietitian

Brookdale – Fulfill Truck, Free Medical Van, & Hope One Recovery Support

Brookdale Lincroft Lincroft, NJ

Fulfill Truck, Free Medical Van, & Hope One Recovery Support, on campus, parking lot 3
January 17 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Recurring Event (See all)
Photo of the Hope One vehicle with lots of blue and yellowimages all over the truck.

The following mobile services will be on the Lincroft campus the third Tuesday of every month from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Look for it in Parking Lot 3. Please enter and exit the campus via 765 Newman Springs Road.
The “HOPE One” mobile outreach vehicle has been developed for the purpose of bringing addiction and recovery support and educational services directly to the local communities in Monmouth County, through Certified Peer Recovery Specialists. The Monmouth County Sheriff ’s Office, in partnership with members of mental health professions, seek to provide access to recovery and support services free of cost to community members that may need direction and/or are seeking help in combatting addictions of any type.

The Fulfill Mobile Pantry

Hackensack Meridian Health Van brings Medical Services at NO COST.
HIV Rapid 1 Minute Test
Stroke Risk Assessment
Blood Glucose (checks for elevated sugar in the blood)
Diabetes Risk Assessment & Cholesterol Screening
Education: PrEP & PEP (information)
Additional Services: Food Insecurity, Housing, Domestic Violence

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January 17
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Event Categories:
College-Wide Interest, Community Interest, Wellness Center
Caroline Huber Holistic Wellness Center
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Open Gym at the Fort Monmouth Recreation Center

Fort Monmouth Recreation Center 2566 Guam Lane, Tinton Falls, NJ

Open Gym at the Fort Monmouth Recreation Center
Wednesday, January 18, 2023
3-5 p.m.
Stop by the Fort Monmouth Recreation Center, Tinton Falls, and play basketball in our climate controlled, indoor gymnasium! The cost is $5 per person per day; cash, check or credit card accepted. Open to all ages; 16 & under with adult.

South Jersey Legal Services: “Who’s Who in a School” Webinar

Virtual (online)

(CCYC) Monmouth County Council for Young

(CCYC) Monmouth County Council for Young
Children is a working group of parents and
community partners who share ideas and
resources. We impact change to make the
community a healthier place to raise our
children. Let’s work together to build stronger
connections for children and families.
à Our Family Advocate program can provide 1:1
assistance to help families access resources
they need
Learn more about community resources
Share your ideas & concerns
Make a difference for the children in your life
Open to all parents & community members
who live, work & care about children of
Monmouth County
To get involved in or for more information:
Monmouth CCYC
Caroline Studer
MaryBeth DeBrito
Family Advocate
Dorys Reitsma
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Nature Lecture Series: All About Brook Trout – The State Fish of New Jersey

Freneau Woods Park Visitor Center, Aberdeen Aberdeen

Nature Lecture Series: All About Brook Trout – The State Fish of New Jersey
Friday, January 20, 2023
7-8 p.m.
Come to the Freneau Woods Park Visitor Center, Aberdeen, for this talk by a Park System Naturalist and learn about the history and ecology of brook trout as well as the issues they face. FREE!

LiveWell Center Safe Sitter Class & Healthy Kids Cooking Class

Anne Vogel Family Care and Wellness Center 200 Wyckoff Road, Suite 1200, Eatontown, NJ, United States

LiveWell Center
Anne Vogel Family Care & Wellness Center
200 Wyckoff Road, Suite 1200
Eatontown, NJ 07712
862.781.3597 |

Calendar January
Unless otherwise noted programs are FREE and registration is required.
Please check the event description for location.
Health Education and Nutrition Programs at the LiveWell Center
200 Wyckoff Road, Suite 1200, Eatontown, NJ 07724

Safe Sitter® is designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to
be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings,
or babysitting. The class is filled with fun games, guided
discussion and role-playing exercises. Students will learn safety
skills, childcare skills and life and business skills. Attendance is
capped at 10 registrants. Lunch will be provided to attendees.
Attendance is free, registration required:

Healthy Kids Cooking Class (in-person)
Saturday, January 21 | 11 a.m. – noon
Grab your apron and join Ms. Jenn to a hands-on, cooking class
at our demonstration kitchen. Young chefs age 4 and up are
welcome to attend with an adult!
Attendance is free, registration required:

Chinese New Year – Encore presentation of From Resilience to Celebration: San Francisco’s Chinatown

Virtual (online)

Encore presentation of From Resilience to Celebration: San Francisco's Chinatown
2:00 PM
Rebroadcast presentation will be viewable on a one-time basis on Library Website or HERE Registration not needed.

Celebrate Chinese New Year with a one-hour dynamic slideshow with commentary by Dick Evans and Kathy Chin Leong, sharing their beautiful photo book, From Resilience to Celebration: An In-Depth, Virtual Pictorial Journey Inside San Francisco's Beloved Chinatown.

Moderated by Gregory Yen

Recently released photo documentary book San Francisco's Chinatown brings history, culture, tourism, and traditions to life with never-before-seen images.

Viewers are encouraged to pull up a computer, pour a cup of jasmine tea, and cut a slice of mooncake while enjoying this one-hour romp, celebrating San Francisco's Chinatown past, present, and future.

About the Presenters: Project originator and photographer Dick Evans and New York Times freelance writer Kathy Chin Leong shed light on a community that has proven to be resilient against all odds. For two years, Evans scoured the streets taking breathtaking photos, making friendships with merchants and non-profit leaders along the way. This is his third book on San Francisco neighborhoods.

A second generation American-born Chinese and native of San Francisco, Leong partnered with Evans and conducted more than 100 interviews. She often used her elementary Toishan dialect to connect with residents who were, at first, hesitant to talk.

Dick Evans is a San Francisco-based photographer with an interest in documenting the colorful and rapidly changing neighborhoods of the city. Born into a ranching family in Eugene, Oregon, he graduated as an engineer from Oregon State University and subsequently obtained a master’s degree in management from Stanford. He has spent his fifty-year career in the global metals sector, living in five countries and multiple locations in Africa, Europe, and North America.It was during these travels that he developed an appreciation for the diversity and richness of different cultures both global and local, and an interest in documentary photography.

Kathy Chin Leong, a lifetime career journalist, covers travel, technology, business, art, architecture, and anything that piques her interest. Her writing has been published in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, National Geographic Books, Sunset Magazine, and other nationally-recognized publications. Growing up in a bi-cultural environment, Chinese at home and American at school, she is typical of many who struggled with identity issues, eventually learning to embrace their Chinese heritage. While she has travelled the globe to the Middle East, Europe, and Asia, she has rediscovered her Chinatown roots through collaboration on this book that has been the journey of a lifetime.

Gregory Yen is Asian-American, a pharmacist, and a lawyer, based in New Jersey. He is highly interested in the Asian-American experience and preserving Asian-American history. As a father to three sons, he knows one of the best ways important history (such as that captured in San Francisco's Chinatown) may be passed onto the next generation would be through discussions and literature like this.

CONTACT: Programming 732 431 7220ext7222

Free Online Program to Quit Smoking or Vaping

Virtual (online)

Free Program to Quit Smoking or Vaping
January 23 @ 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm
Recurring Event (See all)

If you’ve been thinking of quitting smoking or vaping, there’s no time like the present.
Smoking remains the single, largest preventable source of death and illness in the world. Regardless of age, smokers can greatly reduce their risk of disease, including lung cancer, by quitting.

The RWJBarnabas Health Institute for Prevention and Recovery offers FREE tobacco and nicotine treatment services, which include working with a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist and free nicotine replacement therapies including patches, gum and lozenges (no insurance required).

Our Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialists continue to provide services while practicing safe social distancing. Treatment sessions are currently being conducted via phone and web, with virtual group/individual counseling and delivery of nicotine replacement therapies via mail.

The Nicotine and Tobacco Recovery meetings are designed to help people stay quit and offer a resource for those who are starting or thinking about beginning their quit journey. Led by a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist, each group will focus on topics and strategies for dealing with triggers and relapse prevention. Join us for free, regardless of where you are with your journey towards nicotine and tobacco recovery!

New Schedule:
7pm – 7:45pm ET
Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 985 9718 6060
Password: smokefree (all lower case)
One tap mobile: +13126266799,,98597186060#

Grupos de Apoyo de Habla Hispana para La Recuperación de la Nicotina y El Tabaco
Contáctenos hoy para aprender más:
English and Spanish
PHONE: (833) 795-QUIT
VIST At: 442 State Highway 35, Eatontown, New Jersey

Ocean Knitting Group at Ocean Township Library

Ocean Knitting Group at Ocean Township
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Join us on the 4th Tuesday of every month for an evening of knitting and/or crocheting. Please bring yarn, needles and/or hooks. Beginners wishing to learn should bring chunky yarn along with their needles. All levels are welcome.

CONTACT: Diana Zambrano 732-531-5092
LOCATION: Ocean Township

Webinar-How to Prevent & Deal with Identity Theft

Virtual (online)

How to Prevent and Deal with Identity Theft
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
How to Prevent and Deal with Identity Theft
Event by Long Branch Free Public Library

Public · Anyone on or off Facebook

Please join SOFA, the Society for Financial Awareness, as they present a free seminar on Identity Theft over Zoom. Topics covered will include:

- How did they get my personal information and how do they use it?
- Warning signs
- What to do if you are a victim
- Steps to prevent fraud
Helping all to find financial comfort

Zoom link: