Athol Daily News – Vision Board Workshop at Athol Public Library: Saturday, April 2, 10 a.m. Free, registration required


Posted: 03/15/2022 15:12:53

Modified: 03/15/2022 15:12:40

ATHOL — Spring is the perfect time to embrace a new vision — your vision for your best life — by creating a vision board, workshop instructor Robin Brzozowski said in a press release. A vision board is a tool that brings clarity, provides incentives, documents goals, and provides constant inspiration for the journey.

There are many benefits to having a vision board to guide you. Welcome the season of new beginnings by creating a personal vision board on Saturday, April 2 at 10 a.m. at the Athol Public Library. Brzozowski says, “We all deserve to live our best life — and we can. Creating a life you love requires a willingness to ask for what you want, to believe it will happen, and to receive all the things you truly desire.

The workshop will give participants the space and time they need to clarify their vision by exploring seven areas of life (spiritual, professional, educational, self-care, financial, associations/relationships and hobbies). Through guided instruction, participants will be encouraged to let go of what is holding them back, connect with their dreams, and design a vision board that will attract their ideal outcomes. Dreams and the ability to believe they will come true are supported by daily affirmations and expressions of gratitude.

All materials and instructions are provided. Entrants are encouraged to bring images, prints, quotes, sayings and magazines they draw inspiration from to personalize their board. Registration is compulsory and the number of places is limited. After registering, participants will receive a worksheet which they are encouraged to complete prior to the workshop.

The program is free and open to the public. Funding is provided in part by a grant from the Athol Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, and the Friends of the Athol Public Library.

How to register

Register online by visiting or call the library at 978-249-9515. The library is located at 568 Main St. in Athol.


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