BCPH Resiliency Series - Gratitude and Hope
Brown County Public Health is excited to announce a free lunch and learn Resiliency Series beginning Friday, January 27. You’re invited to join us for this 30 minute community conversation on how we can learn and grow together to move forward from any type of adversity. The series will be presented by Erin Schwab, CPP, Health Educator and Planner for Brown County Public Health. The series will be held each month in Room 111 at the CAST Senior Center, 600 North German Street, in New Ulm. Attendees may bring their own bag lunch, if they wish. No preregistration required and all are welcome to attend! The last several years have taught us many things, one being the importance of communities coming together in times of difficulty (whether that be the loss of a loved one, a medical emergency, a natural disaster, or a worldwide pandemic). This free of cost series, which will be held once a month through May, will concentrate on specific building blocks of resilience. It will give everyone the opportunity to gather tools they can use to build resilience for themselves, their family, their workplace, and our communities at large. While this is a five part series, it is not required to attend all five. You may pick and choose one or more or you may choose to come to all five parts. Certificates of attendance will be given after each part of the series. Resiliency Series Dates: Friday, January 27 at 12:00pm - Promoting Healing & Self Care Friday, February 24 at 12:00pm - Attachment & Relationships Friday, March 31 at 12:00pm - Regulation Friday, April 28 at 12:00pm - Building Competence & Self Esteem Monday, May 22 at 12:00pm - Gratitude & Hope We sincerely hope you will join us in this NEW FREE series. We also welcome you to share this opportunity with your family, friends, and colleagues. Our goal is to reach every person in our community!
Date and Time
Monday May 22, 2023
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM CDT
Monday, May 22 12pm
CAST Senior Center, Room 111 600 North German Street New Ulm, MN 56073