Sept. 13 — Yoga at the Library
Hour-long, weekly yoga class offers participants a judgment free space for gentle movement, quiet meditation and guided breath work. The aim will be to decrease perceived levels of stress, and increase overall well being. This class is recommended for all ages and backgrounds, no yoga experience is necessary. Please bring your own yoga mat (and block, if you use one) and wear comfy clothing. Attendees can work from a chair, or the floor. The teacher, Meredith Jacoby has been teaching since 1999 and currently teaches at Magu Yoga in Mt. Airy. Location: Lovett Memorial Library, 6945 Germantown Ave. from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Sept. 16 — Police Service Area Meeting
The 14th Police District’s community is divided into four police service areas (PSA). The 14th District invites neighbors to attend the monthly PSA meeting to share you questions and concerns about your community, as well as work to build a trusting relationship with your local officers. Location: Pleasant Playground, 6800 Chew Ave. From 7 to 8 p.m.
Sept. 17 — Captain’s Townhall Meeting
Captain Smith and the 14th District police officers invite you to attend this monthly meetings to share your questions and concerns about your community, as well as work to build a trusting relationship with your local officers. 14th Police District Headquarters, 43 W Haines St. From 6 to 7 p.m. For more information call (215) 686-3140.
Sept. 22 — Keystone State Boychoir & Pa Girlchoir
Keystone State Boychoir and Pennsylvania Girlchoir are excited to bring the gift of song to the Roxborough community! Join us for Sunday in the Park, a FREE performance at Gorgas Park. Keystone State Boychoir and Pennsylvania Girlchoir are part of Commonwealth Youthchoirs, a nonprofit children’s choral organization of almost 800 youth, whose home is in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, where we strive to not only be a part of the community, but to enrich the neighborhood through song and access to the arts for its youth. This event is presented by the City’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative.