Join Inglenook Library for a Women's Health Issues Discussion Friday, March 18
Birmingham, Ala. - Join Inglenook Branch Library, 4100 40th Terrace North, for the second in a series of discussions on critical health issues for women's health at 6:30 p.m. this Friday, March 18. The Birmingham Public Library is hosting these events to help provide healing and promote hope for women as part of our celebration of Women's History Month.
This Friday's event at Inglenook Branch Library will feature Bridget Rene, a yoga specialist instructor. Three will be a limited number of free massages for attendees at the Inglenook program. Learn more about Bridgette Rene by reading this February 2021 BhamNow spotlight on 7 Black women yoga instructors in Birmingham.
This series kicked off last Friday, March 11, at North Birmingham Branch Library with a women's discussion led by Dr. Nadia Richardson, founder and executive director of No More Martyrs, an organization dedicated to addressing mental health issues.
Attendees will be eligible for prizes. Registration in advance for this Friday's Inglenook Library program is required. Call (205) 226-4025 or drop by North Birmingham Library for more information.