SAVE THE DATE-Brown Bag Presentation
Topic: Mental Health Awareness
Date: Wednesday, May 22nd; Time: 11:30-1 p.m.
Location: Magellan Camelback Conference Room
For more information contact Maria Reyes at: firstname.lastname@example.org
DRUM SONG, MOVIE ABOUT NATIVE VETERANS’ STORIES HIGHLIGHT THE HEARD’S MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE:
Visitors also invited to see first and only known monument to Native veterans of all conflicts:
the American Indian Veterans National Memorial
WHAT: Memorial Day observance including remarks made in tribute, ceremonial
drum song, showing of the movie Native American Veterans: Storytelling for Healing.
WHEN: Monday, May 27, 1:30-3PM
WHERE: Ceremony and movie inside Steele Auditorium on north side of Heard Museum, followed by visitation of American Indian Veterans National Memorial just a few yards away, 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
COST: Free – public invited
INFO: For more information, please call 602.252.8848 or CLICK HERE.
THE 2nd ANNUAL TRIBU-TEA
A Celebration of Women
To benefit The Centers for Habilitation (TCH)
And honor a special female consumer
Wednesday June 19, 2013
4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Catered by: Blue Ribbon Bistro
Homewood Suites by Hilton
4750 East Cotton Center Blvd, Phoenix
This complimentary event will feature
Elva Coor - Honorary Chair and Guest Speaker
The Honorable Corey Woods—Master of Ceremonies
THE HEARD MUSEUM - HOT FUN IN A COOL PLACE
Enjoy the cool climate inside the Heard Museum on your choice among six fun-filled three day weekends!
WHAT: “Hot Fun” means six three-day weekends filled with cool performances, live mural painting, hands-on artist demonstrations, film screenings and public tours with gallery scavenger challenges. Cool off at the Heard in a summer filled with dynamic fun for all ages.
WHEN: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, June 21 through July 28
WHERE: Heard Museum, 2301 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz.
COST: $18 general admission, $13.50 seniors (65+), $12 Heard Museum members and American Indians, $7.50 children 4-12, FREE for children under 4. Cost is per day and includes the event and museum admission.
FREE ADMISSION ON SUNDAYS IN JULY presented by Target.
SUMMER PASSES: Get a Heard Museum Summer Pass to receive unlimited admission to the Heard Museum every day from June 1 to Sept. 2 for $25 ($50 for a family of four). Call 602.252.8840 for more information.
NATIONAL ANTHEM AUDITIONS FOR 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION
O’ Say Can You Sing? If you have vocal talent, you can get your 10 minutes of fame at the City of Tolleson’s 4th of July Celebration. Be a part of the 4th of July Celebration. Singing the National Anthem will take place on Thursday, July 4th at Veterans Park, 8601 W. Van Buren.
The audition process is simple and open to anyone and everyone who wishes to try out. Participants will be judged on Vocal Ability and Uniqueness. Limit of 20 spots for auditioning. The deadline to sign up is June 7th at 5 p.m. Auditions will be held on June 27th at 5:00 pm at the City of Tolleson’s Parks and Recreation Building.
Tolleson 4th of July Celebration – National Anthem Auditions
Date: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Where: City of Tolleson Parks and Recreation Building – 9555 W. Van Buren
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 7, 2013 at 5 p.m.
For more information and a registration form, visit www.tollesonaz.org or call the City of Tolleson Parks and Recreation Department at (623) 474-4992.
MOVIE NIGHT IN THE PARK: "THE LIVING DESERT"
Usery Mountain Regional Park | July 5, 2013 | 7:00PM | $6.00 per car
Come see the best film ever made about our desert animals! All ages will love this exciting movie on the giant screen inside our air-conditioned Nature Center. You will see desert animals do things you never thought possible – like scorpions dancing! This real-life Disney movie is both educational and highly entertaining. Laughter is guaranteed! As a bonus, watch us feed our snakes after the movie. Feel free to bring snacks and drinks with you (no glass bottles), otherwise, concessions are available inside our Nature Center. We will raffle off a free family four-pack (4 free tickets to the Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park – a $160 value!!)
OPEN DOORS COUNSELING, COACHING AND CONSULTING
It has been an exciting few months for Open Doors as we officially began business in January 2013. Open Doors has been offering free counseling resources and promotions via our blog, Facebook page, and website. To learn more, click on the links below...
Open Doors Website -Check out our free E-book Opening Doors to a Better Life: 10 Simple Tips and Worksheets to Help You Start Your Journey.
Open Doors Blog -Read posts about relevant self-help topics and resources
Open Doors Facebook -Like us on Facebook and Follow Us to get regular updates on what is happening at Open Doors.
We welcome suggestions on topics that you would like to see covered, please email any comments or feedback as to how to make these resources even better!
Please note that Open Doors Counseling will be closed from May 2-19, and will resume services on May 20, 2013. Thank you for all of your valued support and referrals!
Rhoshawndra L. Carnes, PRBC Director of Family Services at (602) 258-0831, Ext. 1050
W.A.C 2013 SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM: Ages 6 - 12 years old
Spots are limited, Registration Begins: Saturday, April 27th @ 10:30 a.m.
Join us for a safe and fun-filled summer! Participants will engage in a variety
of recreational activities.
Summer Youth Program activities include:(Sports, Arts & Crafts, Dance, Swimming, Field Trips, Guest Speakers & Educational Activities.) Free lunch will be provided all summer long.
Session Dates Price
Session One June 3rd – June 28th $175.00
Session Two July 1st – July 26th $175.00
S.Y.P Hours of Operation Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
2240 W Citrus Way • 602.262.6971• http://phoenix.gov/PRL/wac.html
DIABETES PREVENTION YOUTH CAMP 2013
June 25 – 28, 2013 • Chauncey Ranch Mayer, AZ
Our program educates Native American youth about diabetes prevention and promote healthier lives with positive lifestyle changes. Four days of outdoor fun!
• Horseback riding • Swimming
• Canoeing • Traditional Arts & Crafts
Native Youth, ages 9–12 years
$50 registration fee – deadline April 15, 2013
For more information and camp registration forms, please call 602-279-5262, ext. 3114 or email: email@example.com
12TH ANNUAL TEMPE INTERNATIONAL TRIATHLON
Start: Sunday, May 19, 2013 @ 6:30 AM
Address: Tempe Town Lake-Mill and Washington/Curry Tempe, AZ
Brief Description: THIS RACE WILL SELL OUT AT 900! The Tempe International Triathlon is the oldest triathlon at Tempe Town Lake and is an Arizona Classic.
Additional Information: The Tempe International Triathlon is the Arizona Club Triathlon Championships. The Tempe International Triathlon also offers beginner triathlete programs including beginner triathlete seminars, special swim considerations for beginners and the Triathlon Walk Through PreRace Meeting. If you are a new triathlete this race is for you.
More Information: Click here to view the event organizer's website
Sanctioning: USAT Sanctioned Event
HEAD TO TOE THERAPY
The Summer of Fun Adventure Camp
DDD affiliated programs run Monday through Friday and each child is allowed up to 20 hours each week. Our Program will start on Monday June 3rd and run through Friday August 30th. In addition to our summer program and Respite services each location will have onsite Physical, Occupation, Speech and Music therapy.
We will accept children ages 3 to 17 and we will also accept private pay clients in addition to accepting DTS if your child qualifies.
Registration starts February 1st and space will be limited at each location. For more information contact the following numbers: Maritza at 602-571-0966, Bruce at 602-571-1142 or Mayra at 602-618-9879. You may also contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
GIRLS SCOUTS - ARIZONA CACTUS PINE COUNCIL
The Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council is inviting girls in foster care to attend summer camp (FREE). We believe every girl should have the chance to experience the life-changing, leadership building adventures that Girl Scout Camp has to offer. This is why we have set aside funds just for girls in foster care. No previous Girl Scout experience is required! We have three resident camps with a multitude of camp sessions available throughout the summer as well as a “Day Camp on the Road” program for girls across central and northern Arizona. Please browse our program listings at the following link: www.girlscoutsaz.org/summer-camp-program-listings. To register a girl (or girls!) for camp, complete the registration form and campership form found at the following links:
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI)
Family Support Groups throughout Maricopa County
NAMI FAMILY-TO-FAMILY FREE 12-WEEK COURSE
For family members and friends of ADULT individuals with mental illness.
Sundays, April 14 - June 30, 2013 | 6PM-8:30PM
Arrowhead Hospital Sierra Room; 18699 N. 67th Ave.; Glendale, AZ 85305
NAMI RECOVERY PEER-TO-PEER EDUCATION PROGRAM
Wednesdays, April 24 - June 26, 2013 | 6PM-8PM
DEC Building, Classroom B; 5025 E. Washington St.; Phoenix, AZ 85034