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It's hot out, but that shouldn't keep you from challenging yourself. Why not complete a triathlon this summer - the slow and steady way? Swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles over the course of the summer. Track your progress on provided logs, then turn in by the end of the summer (July 31) for a t-shirt. Register at Sports*Com from May 1-May 31. For all ages.
For ages 1-4 with adult. Welcome to the Wilderness! Introduce your child to the wonders of nature in this fun-filled class designed just for them. Each week the adventure starts with unique songs and a discussion about the animal of the week. We reinforce each topic with a simple craft and a nature hike or fun activity. learn about the wonderful, wacky wildlife that lives in Tennessee. Registration is required. Please call the Tuesday before class to register: 615-217-3017
Learn how to create still life paintings using color, contrast and light on an 11”H x 14” W canvas. Fees collected at 8:45 am. Cash, checks, or credit cards accepted by the instructor, Vivian Karros. Must preregister by calling the center at 615-848-2550. Class is limited to 12 students.
The MFRD will be coming by St. Clair to talk about fire and safety issues related to seniors. Sign up by June 5. Seating is limited to 40.
Refire: Aging With Purpose at St. Clair Street Senior Center is a program with 7 sessions. Each session will feature a professional focusing on topics such as: nutrition, sleep, stress and brain health. Begins May 8 and meets on Wednesdays for seven sessions from 9:30-11:30 am. Call 615-848-2550 and speak to Laura, Paula or Dee for more information and to register for the class. For ages 60+.
This class is for people with Type 2 diabetes (T2) or those who are at risk for T2. It is a prevention class/support group, teaching how to prevent T2 diabetes and/or how to prevent the complications of T2 diabetes. Please sign up only if you are committed to coming regularly. Discussions include nutrition, mental and physical health and healthy cooking demos. Class runs from March 6-June 26. Meets in Room E303.
Bring your own supplies and projects and work alongside like-minded artists for inspiration and creativity. Meets in Room R406.
A peer support group can help you improve your overall diabetes self-management. The goal of this group is to help you learn new coping skills, tips and tricks that may help you manage your diabetes.
World Environment Day is the UN's most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Since it began in 1974, it has grown to become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries.