The Tiffin-Seneca Public Library will present a virtual program on “How to Make a Self-Care Kit” on Tuesday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m. as part of the 2020 Foundation Speaker series.
Taking care of yourself is a key component to good mental health. Library staff will help you put together a self-care kit with objects to comfort you when you are stressed or feeling down. Registration is required. Starter supplies are available to the first 25 adults who register and must be picked up at the library the week before, then join us for a live video to help assemble them. If you are unable to register, you can easily assemble a kit from items you have at home. Event will be recorded and available for later viewing on the Library’s YouTube channel for those who are unable to attend.
This is a free program for adults. Registration required by calling 419-447-3751 or visiting the calendar at www.tiffinsenecalibrary.org. Visit http://bit.ly/SelfCareKits to join the Zoom program or follow along on Facebook Live.
The fourth annual Foundation Speaker series at the Tiffin-Seneca Public Library will be held with a virtual format this year and will seek to continue the conversation about mental health that centered on author Kevin Hines’ visit to Tiffin last fall. Mental health is even more important during this time as people are struggling with isolation and depression, facing financial and employment problems, and worrying about their health and safety.
Due to current social distancing guidelines, the Tiffin-Seneca Public Library is not hosting any in-person programming for the time being. A series of virtual programs will be offered to examine how COVID-19 has impacted mental health and provide information about available resources. Visit www.tiffinsencalibrary.org or call 419-447-3751 for more information on how and when to access these programs.