Yoga, Sicily, and wine-tasting among library’s offerings in January – The Local

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IPSWICH The library has a number of programs to help get the new year off to a good start.

All will he held over Zoom, so there is no need to worry about catching COVID-19 off infected townsfolk.

Wine 101: Tasting and Pairing: Sunday, January 10 at 7 p.m.

Organizers welcome back Colin Budzyna (WSET II) for an introductory look at winemaking, tasting, and pairing. He also has tips for buying wine.

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For those who are interested, there will be an opportunity to taste and discuss together. The recommended wine to have on hand for the tasting is a Bourgogne Pinot Noir. Clickhere to register.

Budzyna began his wine studies as a server at Eataly Boston, where he first fell in love with Italian wines, organizers said. As his knowledge and interest grew, he enrolled in Boston Universitys Elizabeth Bishop School of Wine, they added.

At BU, Budzyna received his WSET Level 2 Award in Wines (with distinction). He is originally from Newburyport and currently lives in New York City.

Stretch, Flow + Restore Yoga: Wednesday, January 13 at 6 p.m.

You can join Elissa Shoreman from Buddhaful Souls Yoga Studio, Rowley, on the second Wednesday of each month for a relaxing yoga session via Zoom. This class is designed for all levels and will leave you feeling deeply nourished and refreshed, organizers said. No prior yoga experience is necessary. Click here to register.

My classes are eclectic yet available to all. I teach yoga from the heart with the intention of encouraging others to love themselves (as they are) and the world a little bit more each day, Shoreman says.

For me, yoga is about allowing yourself the space to go deeper within. To feel. To breathe into. To be. To recognize. To connect. To honor. I want you to come to the mat as you are. And I promise to do the same, she adds.

Armchair Travel:Northern Sicily: Tuesday, January 26 at 10 a.m.

Reference librarian Jeff Klapes The Traveling Librarian is back with another of his popular armchair travel presentations. This month, hell visit northern Sicily, at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and influenced by many different cultures throughout its history. He will start in Taormina, climb Mount Etna, and follow the northern coast to Palermo and some of the towns of the west coast. Clickhere to register.

Ipswich Public Library Craft Club: Wednesday, January 27 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

This is our first ever (virtual) crafters meetup! organizers said.

Each month, we will create a take-home crafting kit (for adults) that includes all the materials needed to make something special at home. Once registered, participants may pick up a craft kit at the Circulation Desk, they added.

The group will meet on Zoom on the last Wednesday of each month to craft together. Clickhere for more information.

The registration page noted, We love kids, but this event is for adults only.

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