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Events Of Monday, November 18, 2019

Yoga at Meijer.  Join us at the Meijer Branch! Stop by the Meijer Branch every Monday and Wednesday at 9:30 AM and let Jeanette Lamphere teach you yoga. Suggested donation of $3. Intended for adults.  9:30 AM, Meijer Branch, Jackson District Library.

Holidays and Heroes CPR and First Aid.  The holiday season is upon us. For many, the holidays mean traveling during inclement weather and gathering with groups large or small. Although we hope for health and happiness during the holidays, unexpected emergencies do arise.  Join Jackson Community Ambulance for this free CPR and First Aid event and learn how you can play an active role in emergency situations and possibly even safe a life! **This course does not offer certification cards.  This course will cover:  Basic first aid, What to do if someone is choking, How to stop a bleed, CPR for people and pets!, How to use an AED.  Be prepared to be a hero this holiday season. Register early for this free event.  6:30 to 8:30 PM, Jackson Community Ambulance, 429 Ingham Street, Jackson.

Friends of the Hanover Branch Holiday Silent Auction.  Stop by the Hanover Branch for the Friends Holiday Silent Auction during open hours November 1-22. Items include many wonderful and creative holiday gifts, so you can get some of your shopping done early! For questions, call the Hanover Branch at 517-905-1399.

St. Joe Jack at Grand River Brewery.  One-man-band plays 100 breweries in 100 days!  7 PM to 9 PM.  Straight out of St. Joe Michigan, Jack Adams dumps his soul into soaring vocals and hopping guitar licks. Drawing influence from the Grateful Dead, Bob Marley and various, rock R&R and jazz artists; Jack blends it all together as if Bob Ross painted a house party.  As a single act Jack paves his passion as a “one man-jam band”, looping musical phrases and beat-boxing to create a lively “dance like there’s nobody one in the room” vibe. Anybody who drinks their coffee black and enjoys wearing denim is in for a treat when Jack is jamming.  Grand River Brewery, Downtown Jackson.

Pets for Veterans.  Cascades Humane Society (CHS) is proud to announce a partnership with Friends of the Animals to provide adoptions to local veterans free of charge.   Friends of Animals, a non-profit organization in the Jackson area, is sponsoring this event thanks to a grant from the Samuel Higby and Margaret H. Camp Foundation.   Veterans may visit CHS during the month of November to adopt one dog or two cats. CHS ensures that each animal is spayed or neutered, brought up to date on vaccines, and given parasite prevention. Veterans will need to provide their driver’s license or Michigan ID showing they reside in Jackson County, and a copy of their DD214 paperwork or their Jackson County Veterans ID card.   Cascades Humane Society is open noon to 6pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays. To view current available pets, visit their website.

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