The library is often a hub of activity for patrons, but with the plan, hours will be limited. The Ocean City Free Public Library, 1735 Simpson Ave., is hosting a workshop called “Mindful Ways & Meditation” this month through March.The workshops are being conducted by Kate Lutz. Classes include meditation, gratitude sharing, a weekly topic, discussion and interactive exercises. The free classes are from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The next class is on Monday, Jan. 27. Other classes are Feb. 10 and Feb. 24 and March 9 and March 23.For more information contact Julie Howard, adult programming librarian, at 609-399-2434 ext. 5222.
Lil Wayne‘s Lil WeezyAna Fest will return for its fifth year later this summer when the one-day music festival takes place at the UNO Lakefront Arena Festival Grounds in New Orleans, LA on Saturday, September 7th.Related: Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful Announces 2019 Lineup: The Black Keys, Chance The Rapper, MoreAccording to Tuesday’s announcement, Lil Wayne has recruited fellow hip-hop stars Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie, and Trey Songz to all perform at this year’s event, which will be spread out across two stages.“We’re so blessed to be celebrating our fifth year of Lil WeezyAna Fest and grateful to all of the fans who have been with us since the beginning,” Cortez Bryant, COO of Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment, mentioned in a statement to go with the announcement. “It’s only right that we made it bigger and better this year to commemorate such a milestone in Wayne’s hometown.”Speaking of Lil Wayne and festival, the rapper made headlines recently when he canceled his scheduled appearance at Miami’s Rolling Loud Festival due to what he felt was over-policing by the event security.Click here for more event information on Lil WeezyAna Fest 2019 and tickets. $0.50 of every ticket sold will be donated to support educational initiatives for New Orleans youth.[H/T Billboard]
Instead of knocking on doors, some people are driving up to residences or businesses in order to ask for candy. One of these businesses is C&M Sweets Bakery in Owego. They held a drive through trick or treating event allowing members of the community to safely get their Halloween candy. Members of the bakery say they are happy to put something special on for residents this year, especially given the fact that it’s been a challenging year, and hope the community enjoys it. OWEGO (WBNG) — Halloween is looking a little different this year for many trick-or-treaters. In response, the bakery got 200 RSVPs. As of noon on Halloween, they had seen around 50 cars trick-or-treating with them. They say they posted on Facebook before the event to get an estimate for how many people to expect.
“It was just unfortunate, he nicked his meniscus just changing direction. You’re looking at around three or four weeks (out), so he’ll probably miss most of January and early February, and then he will be back by then.”Rodgers deployed Youri Tielemans in Ndidi’s position before bringing on Hamza Choudhury in the second half and the latter made the crucial interception that allowed Kelechi Iheanacho to grab an equaliser.“Hamza Choudhury made a huge difference,” Rodgers added. “It’s my fault that I didn’t start him tonight. We could see that we needed him and he gave us our identity back.”Leicester, second in the standings, resume their league campaign on Saturday when they host Southampton – a team they beat 9-0 in the reverse fixture in October.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Leicester City’s defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi will be sidelined until February after sustaining a knee injury which requires surgery, manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed yesterday.Ndidi has been crucial to Leicester’s fortunes this season and the influential Nigerian leads the Premier League in both tackles and interceptions.“Wilf (Ndidi) took a knock in training yesterday (Wednesday) which unfortunately means he might need a slight operation,” Rodgers said when explaining why he missed Wednesday’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa in the first leg of their League Cup semifinal. Wilfred-Ndidi
Duro IkhazuagbeSuper Eagles Franco-German Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr, has so much to prove this evening as his wards take on Libya’s Mediterranean Knights at the Stade Taïeb Mhiri in Sfax, Tunisia beginning at 7:00pm Nigerian time.Last Saturday at the Nest of Champions in Uyo, Eagles took the Libyans to the cleaners, firing four un-replied goals into their net to put Nigeria’s qualification for the AFCON 2019 in Cameroon back on track. Although the team appeared not convincing at the start, most especially with the many missed opportunities that characterised the early part of the game. Odion Ighalo, former Watford forward now plying his trade in the Chinese Super League with Changchun Yatai made the difference, grabbing a hat trick with Samuel Kalu adding another late one to help move up Nigeria to second spot in Group E – a point behind leaders South Africa. A win in Sfax this evening will not only guarantee smooth passage to the AFCON 2019 for the three-time champions but would have also wiped away the tears of missing the last two editions of the African top competition.On arrival in Sfax straight from Uyo yesterday, Eagles stormed the main-bowl of the Stade Taïeb Mhiri to have a feel of the turf where they are hopping to complete the job they started in the Akwa Ibom capital.Stand-in Captain, Ahmed Musa, reiterated the resolve of the Super Eagles not to leave the North African city without bagging all the three points at stake. “We are here for the maximum points. Nigerians will not settle for anything less,” observed the Saudi Arabia based winger.The Max Air aircraft that took off from Uyo only had a stop-over in Kano to refuel before touching down at the Sfax Airport at 4pm Tunisia time (same as Nigeria).The players and team officials immediately headed to their Zeitouna Hotel abode for a short rest before the official training session.Leader of delegation Seyi Akinwunmi drummed in the players’ ears as they trained the expectations back home.“We have come here determined to pick the three points at stake and make the road much smoother for us towards Cameroon 2019. The players did a great job in Uyo on Saturday and all they need is step up a gear here and amass another three points.“We have confidence in the players that we have here, as well as the technical crew, and we believe they will do the job.”Nigeria lie second on the Group E table with six points, one less than leaders South Africa, ahead of today’s Match-day 4 battles. South Africa is also away, to Seychelles in Mahe Island this evening.Match officials for the encounter in Sfax are already in town for the game with Botswanan official Joshua Bondo as the referee.TODAYMalawi vs CameroonMadagascar vs E’GuineaComoros vs MoroccoSudan vs SenegalNamibia vs MozambiqueBotswana vs B’FasoZimbabwe vs RD CongoC. Afri, Rep Vs Cote d’IvoireBurundi vs MaliRwanda vs GuineaBenin vs AlgeriaNiger vs TunisiaGambia vs TogoTanzania vs Cape VerdeSeychelles vs S’AfricaShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram