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Tai Chi via Zoom

Ages 18+

Now available via Zoom! Tai Chi is a form of exercise, and an exercise of forming various postures. Participants should dress comfortably. No special training is required.

Just 20 minutes a day can dramatically improve your coordination and balance. Tai Chi can also improve leg and lower body strength, increase flexibility, and ease arthritis pain.

Registration for adult and teen programs closes 12 hours before the program. Please call the library to register if you miss the deadline. 

Communico registration with email address required for online program access. You will be sent the program link via email upon registration. If no one logs in to the virtual program, staff will cancel the program and end the meeting at 10 minutes after the start time.

Programming Policy: Please note - if you register and are unable to attend the program, please call the library to cancel or cancel your registration online. This allows patrons from the wait list to be added. Repeated no shows may not be allowed to register for programs. For full policy details, please visit our website

Age-Appropriate Programming Policy: Programs are planned for specific age groups. Age groups are listed with the program description. Adult programs are for patrons age 18 and older. For full policy details, please visit our website. 

AGE GROUP: | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | Virtual Event | Adult Program |

Shorewood-Troy Library
Phone: 815-725-1715
Branch manager
Jennie Mills

Mon, Mar 27 Closed
(Closed due to construction.)
Tue, Mar 28 9:00AM to 8:00PM
Wed, Mar 29 9:00AM to 8:00PM
Thu, Mar 30 9:00AM to 8:00PM
Fri, Mar 31 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Sat, Apr 01 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Sun, Apr 02 Closed

About the branch

Shorewood-Troy Public Library is located in the Brookforest neighborhood just northeast of the Route 52/Jefferson St. and Brookshore Dr. intersection.

Since its creation in 1975, the library strives to:

-Support lifelong learning for personal development and discovery
-Provide free and easy access to print and digital  materials and resources, along with equipment, facilities for public use and friendly knowledgeable staff
-Build community in a warm and welcoming space
-Promote the enjoyment of reading by offering a wide variety of materials, both recent and classic

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