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Mount Laurel Library
110 Mount Laurel Road
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Joan Serpico, special ...
Joan Serpico, special projects manager for the Mount Laurel Library, said this will be the first time the group has performed at the library here.
"I've heard the music is good and the stories are very moving," Serpico
said the sisters' performance is free and open to the public, and is expected to last about an hour.
Posted 8/9/2006: Library Intern, Mount Laurel Library, Mount Laurel, New Jersey
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Says Joan Serpico, Mount ...
Says Joan Serpico, Mount Laurel library's manager of special projects: "He's on a mission to expose as many people as possible to [a] beautiful art that enables them to understand other people."
"I think most people are going ...
"I think most people are going to have a particular situation that they'll have a question about," said Joan Serpico, manager of special projects at the library.
said this is the first time the library is hosting an end of year tax planning seminar.
If people find the information valuable, Serpico
said she'd like to offer the program again.
Otherwise, visitors are welcome to ...
Otherwise, visitors are welcome to practice meditation sitting in a chair if they can't or don't want to be on the floor, said Joan Serpico, manager of special projects at the library.
said the library has offered yoga classes for almost two years.
In an effort to switch things up and introduce library patrons to different relaxation techniques, Serpico
said organizers decided to try meditation this year.
"We wanted to offer something new in the stress-relieving realm that people could try," Serpico