Events

All our upcoming and recently passed events are located here so everyone can see what we have been working on in the community!

January 17, 2023

EVENT CANCELED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER !!!

Exercises, Loaves and Fishes, BP Clinic
10:30 Welcome, 11:00 Exercises with Judy, 12:00 Loaves & Fishes
1:00 - 3:00 PM - Blood Pressure Clinic
Thanks to Paul Osborn, Superintendent of Community Paramedicine with the County of Lennox & Addington.  He will provide information on what services his program provides as well as a short talk about hypertension.
BRING YOUR HEALTH CARD
Get your blood pressure taken.  Two Paramedics will be available.
We will also have both COVID and Flue Vaccines for giving on-site vaccinations.
Come for the whole day.  No charge, but donations are always welcome.

November 15, 2022

St Paul's Presbyterian Church at 10 AM

Featuring an all day event!
Come in at 10 to socialize.
Try some chair exercises at 11 AM.
Stay for a Loaves and Fishes lunch at Noon. (Tks Janet)
Attend our session on HEARING LOSS at 1 PM.  Ashley Blay will be speaking.
All are welcome.

November 10, 2022

St Paul's Presbyterian Church from 1 to 5:30 PM

Seasonal flu shots (including high dose) will be provided courtesy of Mike and the people at Pharmasave Bath Family Pharmacy.  Call Ida for a spot.

October 18, 2022

St Paul's Presbyterian Church at 7 PM

Kristin Kelly, a Registered Massage Therapist will be speaking about Back Pain.  What causes it and what can be done about it.  Come learn about skills for avoidance and alternatives for treatment.

September 29, 2022

St Paul's Presbyterian Church from 11 AM to 4 PM

COVID Vaccinations
Moderna bi-valant

CANNOT be given within 3 months of last shot

CANNOT be given if you have tested positive within the last 3 months.

September 12, 2022

St Paul's Presbyterian Church at 1 PM

Drug Interactions and Over the Counter Medications

Mike Pavagadhi of the Bath Family Pharmacy has to questions such as, "Can I take cough medicine along with my perscription?" or "What's the difference between Tylenol and Advil?"

Stay safer by knowing how drugs interact.