Springboro Library

Forms of Hindu Devotion

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Practiced by roughly one billion people worldwide, Hinduism is one of the world's most complex and vibrant living religions.  As is the case with any ancient religion, there are diverse attitudes towards and understandings of divinity within Hinduism.  This talk will provide a sampling of some of this diversity by focusing on the iconography, narratives and natures of several widely worshipped Hindu deities and how they inform devotional practices.
 

Dr. Valerie Stoker received her B.A. with Great Distinction from the Religious Studies Faculty of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.  Her PhD is from the South Asia section of the University of Pennsylvania's Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.  Late medieval and early modern South Indian Hinduism are her principal areas of research.  Dr. Stoker directs the Master of Humanities Program at Wright State University and is Co-Chair of the Religion in South Asia section of the American Academy of Religion. 

Program is free and open to patrons ages 16 and up.

Winter Wellness Workshops

Join Dr. David J. Klosterman and Dr. Ryan Zimmer from Synergy Health and Vitality Center for a three-part series on...

January 11 - Overall Wellness - Dr. Klosterman will talk about various ways to achieve a healthy lifestyle.  The benefits of Acupuncture will be discussed along with an Acupuncture demonstration.
 
February 8 - Healthy Living to 100 - Dr. Ryan will talk about how people are living longer and with a better quality of life.  Learn how to live without any limits.
 
March 8 - Nutrition/Weight Loss and Eating for Maximum Performance - Learn the proper methods of combining appropriate food groups for optimum digestion, maximum energy and sensible weight loss.  Discover ways to decrease your risk of cancer and fuel your immune system.
 

Programs are free and open to patrons ages 13 and up.

 
Seating on a first come basis.

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