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The evening kicks off with a sampling of Soul Food. Openbooks discussion group meets on Thursday, February 1, 7 pm. Anderson will share her story of finding her way from conventional medicine to functional medicine.

The group will be discussion by Jeanette Walls on Tuesday, February 27, 7 pm. She will explain what functional medicine is, why she believes it is the answer to our rising chronic disease health crisis, how her functional medicine clinic helps people reclaim their health, and action steps that can be applied immediately to start healthy improvement.

What: Slime and a Story Who: Kids 5 to 12 and their families (Kids under 8 need to be accompanied by an adult.)Date: February 2Time: -Location: Kids’ Place What: Dumbledore’s Army: Wand-Making Who: fans 8 to 18Date: February 3Time: -Location: Kids’ Place What: STEAM Challenge Who: Kids and teens age 5 to 18 (Kids under 8 need to be accompanied by an adult.)Date: February 8: Archaeology Adventure, February 22: Genetics Lab Time: -Location: Kids’ Place What: Family Movie (PG) (See Kids’ Place staff for title.)Who: Kids and families Date: February 16Time: -Location: Cordingley Room (basement)Cost: Free!

What: Family Dance Party and Emoji Mask, with special guest, Zumba instructor Lisa Spaulding Who: Kids 2 to 12 and their families (Kids under 8 need to be accompanied by an adult.)Date: February 17Time: -Location: Cordingley Room (basement) What: Teen Movie (PG) (See Kids’ Place staff for title.)Who: Teens and families Date: February 23Time: -Location: Cordingley Room (basement)Cost: Free!

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Also continuing through February is a unique display hand-crafted pottery by Lisa Botti.

The Great Falls Public Library is hosting a Black Heritage Evening on Thursday, February 1st at p.m.

This free program, where everyone is welcome, is co-sponsored by the Great Falls Public Library and the Alma Smith Jacobs foundation, a non-profit promoting education.

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