Our next sessions of Take a Break will be held at Robin Hill Park in Moon Township (949 Thorn Run Road, Moon, PA 15108) for four consecutive Saturday mornings, 9:30 AM-12:00 PM: July 13th, 20th, 27th, and August 3rd. We will also be holding our Fall sessions October 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th.
Registration is required by responding to this email or calling Hope Grows (412-369-4673) with the dates you would be available to attend. If you are new to the program, please contact email@example.com directly. There is paperwork to fill out for your care recipient.
As a reminder, we request that you let us know at least a day beforehand if you cannot make it to a session. Please respect the consistency and timeliness of your attendance in the program, as the success of the program and its continuation is dependent upon you.
Please also note we need at least five participants to run the program, so you will be contacted with any cancellations or updates.
Thank you so much for your time, and I hope to hear from you all soon! Very much looking forward to the summer program. Flyer attached. Feel free to pass on this information to anyone who may be interested in attending or volunteering.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 4:00 to 7:00 pm
Experience the healing and restorative gardens of Charles and Lisa Story.
Enjoy a Hawaiian themed dinner and tropical drinks while supporting Hope Grows programs
for family caregivers. There will be fun activities, including a Musical Petting Zoo. And, no
fundraising event is complete without raffle baskets!
183 Shafer Road, Moon Township, PA 15108
Free parking at the J.A. Allard School across the street from the Story residence.
$40 secures your spot.
Reservations are required. Space is limited to the first 100 people.
For more information, call 412 369-4673, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultivating Caregiver Wellness
Hope Grows is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. (27-5038464) Donations are tax-deductible to the extent as allowed by law.
Registration for the Wilkinsburg 5K on September 8 is live!
Family friendly 5K! Race will be timed, but no pressure for those who wish to walk. Runners and walkers of all abilities are welcome. Find more details at The Library’s event page, the registration link, or contact the library.
East and West Main Streets will be closed so people can enjoy biking, skateboarding, walking etc. Plenty of free, fun activities for the entire family!
- climbing wall
- bike safety course with free helmets
- skateboarding demonstrations
- extreme pogo sticking with XPogo
- activities and sports challenges
- free therapeutic massage and cupping
- health screenings and PT assessments
- yoga, dance, and fitness classes
- firemans’ obstacle course
- demonstrations by Pittsburgh Sword Fighters
- children’s games
- an awesome scavenger hunt
- and much more…
October 9, 2019
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
A Day of Fun and Relaxation
Designed with YOU in Mind!
9 am to 4 pm (registration opens at 8:30 am
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden
799 Pinkerton Run Road, Oakdale, PA 15071
Garden Tours, Chair Massages, Yoga, Memoir Writing, Aromatouch,
Wearable Word, Horticulture & Much More!
Coffee, tea, and Danish. Brunch and Ice Cream Social included
Join us for the first in a series of Live Well Bethel Park speaker programs. Our first presenter is Dr. Timothy Campbell speaking on “The Obesity Crisis”. This is a free event open to the public.
Location: Montour Trail, starting line is 800 ft north of JR Taylor Bridge
Parking: Available at Washington School & Al’s Cafe
Advance Packet Pickup: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, 11/24-11/27 at Bethel Park Community Center (5151 Park Avenue, Bethel Park, PA 15102)
Cash Prize: Top 3 Male & Female finishers ($250 for 1st Place, $100 for 2nd Place, $50 for 3rd Place)
Awards: Medals to top Masters finishers (Age 40+) and top 3 in each age group (12 & Under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+)
T-Shirts: Guaranteed to all who register by 10/31 (Online or postmarked)
Mail-in Registration: Bethel Park Recreation, 5151 Park Avenue, Bethel Park, PA 15102
Join us for the premier showing of a new play from Saltworks Theatre Company: The Choice, where teen game show contestants are tested on their knowledge of vaping. A variety of scenes cover the science behind vaping’s impact on mental and physical health, and the way vaping is marketed to young people, A special discussion and Q&A will follow.
During these screenings the YMCA and Duquesne University School of Pharmacy will offer Blood Pressure, Glucose and Carbon Monoxide Screenings with Cholesterol screenings being offered every other month. These events will be open to the public and are expected to be a safe place for anyone looking for health and wellness information.
Once screened the participant will be referred to a program, Doctor or other health resource that fits that person’s needs. For example the YMCA will offer participants entry into the Diabetes Prevention, Smoking Cessation or Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Programs while Duquesne will offer to get them connected to a local Primary Care Physician, other health care providers or resources.