Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 11 am CDT
As fall approaches, what does COVID-19 mean for returning to school?
Join Respiratory Health Association, school officials, and mental health experts for a special webinar to address what parents, teachers, and children should know heading back to the classroom this year. From health concerns for both kids and teachers living with lung disease like asthma — to anxiety over new procedures — learn what to expect returning to school.
The webinar will cover how Chicago Public Schools is preparing to create a safe learning environment and how parents can help their children feel comfortable about returning to school.
Join Respiratory Health Association for our free monthly webinar series, where we tackle today’s important lung health questions. These hour-long events highlight a range of lung health and clean air topics with experts from the field, and give you the opportunity to ask your pressing questions.
Artists from Project Onward, a studio space and program for artists with disabilities, created pieces for the exhibition inspired by their experiences with nature which included field trips to the Forest Preserves’ Trailside Museum of Natural History and Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods.
The exhibition was originally intended to travel between gallery space at Brushwood Center, Trailside and other Forest Preserves sites, but the current pandemic has moved the exhibition to a virtual platform. This virtual format will still showcase the creations of these talented artists and make their work accessible to a larger audience.
Go to https://www.brushwoodcenter.org/events/art-exhibition/fresh-air
All are Welcome!
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Census Resources: www.provisocensus2020.com/covid19
Take a Look: The School-Based Health Center at Proviso East High School is having an Virtual Nutrition Health Fair on Instagram.
Loyola University Chicago Nutrition students are posting videos with recipes and topics from Added Sugar to Whole Grains. Go to provisoeastsbhc https://www.instagram.com/provisoeastsbhc/
Help prune blueberry bushes, meet other gardeners, and get some fresh air! This is in partnership with PP4H partner Iyabo Farms.
If possible, we suggest you bring gloves and protective eyewear.
Date & Time: Wed, Feb 19 • 4 pm - 7 pm
Location: Franklin Park Police Department
9451 Belmont Avenue, Franklin Park, IL 60131 (view map)
The Des Plaines River Trail Advisory Group and the Forest Preserves of Cook County are hosting a Public Information Meeting for the Des Plaines River Trail from Touhy Avenue to the Illinois Prairie Path. We are interested in gathering feedback from local stakeholders to identify ways the Trail could be improved.
Please join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Details can be found above for events on both the Lakeshore and Health Sciences Campuses. Loyola's MLK Service Day website.
You can also join us for a service opportunity at Project CURE in Woodridge, IL, on Monday, January 20, from 9AM-12PM. Click here to register.
The HSC Ministry Team
Health Sciences Campus Ministry Loyola University Chicago | 2160 S. First Avenue, Bldg. 120 Room 270 | Maywood IL 60153 Phone: 708.216.3245 | Email: email@example.com
A gathering of the Loyola, Proviso, and Chicagoland community to discuss advocacy and strategies to reduce violence in our communities.
Date and Time: Wed, February 12, 2020, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM CST
Location: Loyola University Health Sciences Campus, CTRE Auditorium
2160 South 1st Avenue, Maywood, IL 60153
For more information and to register:
Census Information: January 11, 2020, 1-3pm
200 S. 5th Ave, Maywood, IL 60153
Census Recruitment Information: January 22, 2020, 3-4pm
121 S. 5th Ave, Maywood, IL, 708.343.1847
It's now time to put forth our best effort to assure that Maywood is counted!!!!
Come out to learn more about how you can support Maywood's efforts to have a complete Census2020 count. Sign up to be a volunteer and/or pick up information to share with your family, neighbors, and friends.
2020 is a very important Census year when decisions will be made about dollars directed to your community based on population count.
For further information, contact the Mayor's office - 708-450-4486 or 708-450-4492, or firstname.lastname@example.org
See invitation below. See attachments. Pass the word!!!!! Every body counts!!!!
Penguin Foot Pottery is having it's Winter Pottery Sale
Sunday Dec. 15, 12-5pm.
Support PP4H members who will be there selling their wares!