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I went to my local library yesterday and grabbed every piece of paper I could find advertising upcoming events that I might be interested in attending. I also looked on the website for University Arts & Entertainment events, and the Toronto Women's Bookstore events. I have no idea if I'll go to any of them or not. I just thought it would be a good exercise for me to do -- to see what is going on around me, and to see what options I might have *if* I felt up to going to them, and *if* I could afford it. I am trying to find accessible ways to make my life feel more meaningful, and less isolated. The more choices I am aware of, the more possibilities I can pick from. Maybe I'll do none of it. Who knows.

There were a few other odd bits that I came across which I haven't written down yet. Free is always good! Here they are:

a) Knitting Circle @ Beaches Library
Wednesdays Jan 23 - Feb 27 6:30-7:30 pm. 
416-393-7703 Pre-registration is required, Admission is free. 
Bring your own needles and yarn.

b) Wednesday afternoon at the Movies. 2pm. Free. Beaches Library. 
(2pm is too early for me, but this is still intriguing. I wonder if I could borrow these
movies from the library and watch them on my own)

Wed, Jan 2 Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (H.C. Potter) 1.34 hours. Subtitles. B&W
Wed, Jan 16 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Frank Capra) 2.10 hours. Subtitles. B&W
Wed, Jan 23 Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock), 1.55 hours. Subtitles. Colour
Wed, Jan 30 The Long Hot Summer (Martin Ritt) 1.55 hours. Subtitles. Colour

c) Beating Depression: A Holistic Approach
Free. Saturdays Jan 19-Feb 9. 2-4 pm, Beaches Library
Examine causes and symptoms of depression
Learn non-medicinal approaches to healing
Register with Carolyn Dallman Downes
dallmandownes@yahoo.ca

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