8/31/2015 | Noon | Meeting Room 1
If you are 50 or older or love someone who is 50 or older you will want to take in RiverView Health’s Aug. 31st Health Luncheon, “Health Maintenance and Immunizations after 50’’. RiverView Family Nurse Practitioner Tia Gullickson will explain the recommendations for primary care and prevention at the Monday event. She will also share the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations for immunizations for those over 50. Remember, immunizations are not just for kids.
The luncheon will be held in Meeting Room #1 beginning at noon. Meeting Room #1 is located near the RiverView Clinic entrance on the north side of the hospital and across from the elevators on first floor.
The luncheon series is in its 17th year of sponsorship by RiverView Health. All men and women interested in improving their health are invited to attend. Each luncheon starts a few minutes past noon and luncheons are kept under one hour so those needing to return to work can attend. The presentations are free and attendees can bring their own lunches or purchase a healthy, boxed lunch for $3.00. Pre-registration is required and boxed lunch orders must be placed at the time of pre-registration. Call Holly Anderson at 281-9745 or toll free 1-800-743-6551, extension 9745, for additional information and to pre-register.
9/1/2015 | 4:30 pm | Meeting Room 4
Tai Chi Easy class - weather permitting
This class is free and open to anyone interested in improving their health. The class is held Tuesdays at 4:30 pm in Meeting Room 4. Use the Rehab Entrance on the south side of the RiverView campus in Crookston. The class is led by RiverView Acupuncturist, Megan R. Scott.
9/2/2015 | 7:30 pm | Kiehle Auditorium, UMC Campus
Recovery Month Event - Singer Mike Farris
As part of the Recovery Month events, singer Mike Farris will perform at 7:30 pm. Farris, winner of the 2008 American Music Association’s award for “Best New or Emerging Artist” has performed with the who’s who of American music legends including Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Dave Matthew’s Band, Sheryl Crow, and Bob Dylan. He became the first artist to receive a Grammy Award for Best Roots Gospel Album, for his album Shine for All the People. With a personal history that includes alcohol and drug addiction, Farris’ music celebrates his freedom from chemicals and his faith in God.