As we continue through the month of October, we are learning and identifying ways to practice Intellectual Wellness! While you might know that you need to exercise your body, did you know that it is also important to exercise your mind? One of the best ways to exercise our minds is to learn new things. So, instead of sitting down and watching television at the end of the day, opt for a good book or puzzle! We have provided a few resources to help you and your family grow your brain and practice Intellectual Wellness.
- Libby - a free website or app that allows you to borrow and read ebooks and audiobooks from your local public library
- Sudoku - free puzzles to sharpen your logic with numbers
- Braingle - a free website with over 15,000 brain teasers and puzzles
Vote to Make your voice heard!
Election season is in full swing, and it is more important than ever to make your voice heard! So much is at stake in this election: healthcare, voting rights, women’s rights, education, immigration rights, and much more. Make your plan to vote!
Voter Registration Deadline: TOMORROW, Saturday, October 24, 2020
- Early Voting: Early voting is available at select locations through Friday, 10/30. Your early voting location will be different from your regular polling place, so find early polling sites here.
- Mail-in Ballots: If you’ve requested a mail-in ballot, you can choose to mail it back or to drop it off a designated drop box.
- Mail it in: Ballots need to be postmarked no later than 11/3 and must be back at your local election office no later than 11/6.
- Drop it off: Find designated drop off sites here. You will not be able to drop it off at your polling site on election day.
- Know Your Polling Place: If you’re planning to vote in person on election day, 11/6, check your designated polling place here.
- Questions? To help support you during this election year, we are excited to offer our Uncommon votes page as a resource! You can use this site as a one-stop-shop to make a voting plan to ensure that your voice is heard!