Jackson library offers fun way to exercise


JACKSON, Tenn. –Want somewhat boogie in your step? The library is right here to assist.

Jackson-Madison County Library has introduced a brand new program to be held on Fridays. The library will now provide a line dancing program weekly at 10:00 a.m.

This system provides a enjoyable option to get energetic whereas additionally having plenty of enjoyable. Patrons can come be part of others for an hour of dancing enjoyable!

Line dancing is an effective way to train, providing elevated mobility, flexibility, helps with steadiness, strengthens muscular tissues and is an effective way to enhance total cardiovascular well being.

The occasions are free and open to the general public. No registration is required for this system.

Jackson-Madison County Library is positioned at 433 East Lafayette Road in downtown Jackson.

For extra data, contact the library at (731) 425-8600, go to the Fb web page at Fb.com/JMCLibrary or its web site at www.jmclibrary.org.


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