The Newburyport Department of Public Health, Division of Community Nursing will sponsor an informational program on ticks and Lyme disease in the Newburyport Public Library’s Program Room. This event will feature three local specialists: Dr. Joseph Gross, Dr. Ames Ziegra and Dr. Esteban Cuebas-Incle.
The Yukan Run Triple Threat Race Series is a half marathon, 5K and 1 mile race. There's something for everyone in the race series - serious runners, kids, enthusiasts and even walkers are invited to race! Proceeds from the races go to local charities like The Open Door. Sign up for one or all three races, it will be a great morning filled with healthy fun!
Come join Pathways for Children for a morning full of group games, physical activities, team building, fitness and games that are just plain ole fun. Knucklebones of Cambridge will bring the gear - all you need to bring is yourself and be ready for some active fun! Activities are geared for children aged 3-8.
The Manchester Public Library welcomes guest reader, Dr. Dorothy Ganick to Preschool Story Time! Children can ask the Dr. any questions, try out her stethoscope and more, listen to stories such as Doctors ABC and have a relaxed time with a Dr. that does not involve getting a shot! Please register if bringing a class or group; we’d love to prepare enough materials and space for you! Meets in The Children’s Room.
The 17th Annual Gloucester Health and Wellness Expo promises to be a fun and informative event for families that live in and around Cape Ann. Learn about the foundations of healthy living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. There will be more than sixty exhibits, food demonstrations and samples, free health screenings, Andy the Ambulance and fun stuff for kids!
In this course, you will learn how to properly identify and care for breathing, choking, and cardiac emergencies with infants and children through the age of eight. Infant and child CPR is indispensable for parents, babysitters, teachers, program staff, and anyone else who is in frequent contact with infants and small children. Participants will become certified in Pediatric CPR through the National Safety Council for two years.
Do you know what to do if you are presented with a person who is injured, in shock, bleeding or burned. Any of these issues could arise at a moments notice especially if you are caring for children! The Manchester Parks and Recreation department is hosting a First Aid Training course for people who want to know the basics of First Aid. What you learn in this course could make the critical difference in an emergency
Get outside and walk your way to feeling better! Coolidge Reservation's Ocean Lawn offers an extraordinary opportunity to get you started. This fairly flat, grassy terrain stimulates all your senses, offers fascinating views, and will ease you into walking your way to health.
Wednesday, May 29
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