SENIOR LUNCH, OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

Lunch is served every Wednesday with activities following. For more information, call 801-337-2660.

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YOGA, OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

Our certified instructor will provide an invigorating workout and help improve mental wellness. Don’t forget your yoga mat!

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ZUMBA, OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

Zumba provides an exhilarating, easy-to-follow, Latin dance fitness program designed to get you in shape while having fun! This dynamic class is taught by a certified Zumba instructor.

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BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION SERIES, SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES: AND OTHER LESSONS FROM THE CREMATORY, OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

This personal memoir by the creator of the popular YouTube series, Ask a Mortician, and founder of the death-positive organization, The Order of the Good Death, intimately reveals how the author first became fascinated with the death industry and why she's trying to change the way society views mortality.

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BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION SERIES, WORKING STIFF: TWO YEARS, 262 BODIES, AND THE MAKING OF A MEDICAL EXAMINER, OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

The grisly and fascinating world of forensic pathology (think rea-life C.S.I.) is in the spotlight in this work by author Judy Melinek, a doctor and veteran of the medical examiner field. Melinek shares her varied experiences, such as the 9-11 attacks and performing autopsies on murder victims, witha  darkly humorous yet empathetic perspective.

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BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION SERIES, STIFF: THE CURIOUS LIVES OF HUMAN CADAVERS, OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

Best-selling author Mary Roach sheds light on what happens to human bodies when they are donated to the scientific community. With writing both respectful and irreverent, somber and witty, Roach's anecdotes and observations are sure to change the way even the most squeamish readers feel about cadavers.

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