Libraries set new ‘Intentional Aging’ series

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) in January will host “Intentional Aging,” a new monthly discussion group for adults. This program looks to explore several topics and practices through book discussions, activities, presenters and more. Meetings are held on Zoom at 11 a.m. on the third Tuesday of every month.

Attending monthly is encouraged, but all are welcome to join any meeting; drop-ins are welcome. Register at to receive Zoom login information and free resources.

The Tuesday, Jan. 18 discussion revolves around the book “The Neuroscience of Memory: Seven Skills to Optimize Your Brain Power, Improve Memory, and Stay Sharp at Any Age” by Sherrie D. All. The group will complete and discuss worksheet activities from the book, and explore other resources on the topic.

To borrow a print copy of the book, email to or call 360-417-8500 x7708. Digital eAudio copies of the book are also available for instant download on hoopla; ask a NOLS staff member if needing help using hoopla.

Find full information about each session and register for the program at, or by contacting a NOLS branch.

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