Volunteer on MLK Day at the Y
Join us for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service events on Monday, January 20., where you can help our community by participating in fun, family-friendly service projects.
This class will go over what people are doing to try and get your information, all of the information that we are putting out online and how to keep it safe. Dylan will cover Security attacks, Your Information and Keeping Yourself safe online. Space is limited to first 15.
Discussion on "The End of Your Life Book Club" by Will Schwalbe.
Exercises for younger people are not always for the AOA population. In this presentation, we will cover common ailments in the active older adult population and also give you exercises that can be used to help reduce the pathology. We also hope to help you to understand common musculoskeletal changes in the body that occur throughout the years that can be accounted for in the gym to ensure we do not create pain while exercises. Kasey Miller, DPT, COMP from Modern Physical Therapy is our presenter.
Join us at AMC Theatre off Barry Road for an afternoon movie followed by dinner at Herford House in Zona Rosa. Movie selection will be determined by the group. Participants will be responsible for the cost of the movie ticket and dinner. Kathy will call those who have registered the Thursday before 3 pm. to give movie selection and meet-up time.
How much do your really know about CBD Cannabidiol? Come and listen to Celtina Reinert PharmD, (Dr. of Pharmarcy) as she will cover how CBD works, how patients are benefiting and information on safety, including drug interaction. Member rate $5 and non-member $10.
Join Celtina Reinert for an informational seminar on Hemp oil and the many emerging benefits including action on pain, inflammation, sleep and brain health. Come learn how CBD works in the body, how patients are benefiting and information on safety including drug interactions. Updates from last year's presentation will be provided.
Tweens can spend time with friends, make new friends and explore their interests at Tween Nights. They'll have an opportunity to have fun with recreational activities such as dances, basketball and swimming. And parents have the peace of mind knowing their child is in the safe and positive environment of the Y and engaged in activities just right for the tween age group.