Social Activities

Research shows that social support has real benefits for people living with cancer. Bring your family and friends to enjoy fun activities, share in the hope that others have found in their journey and celebrate each day. Or come to make new friends!

Social Activities

Drumming Circle Therapeutic drumming has been shown to reduce tension and stress, boost the immune system, and help control chronic pain. Join us and find enjoyment and relaxation in the rhythmic beat of the drums. No experience or equipment necessary.

What Do You Say, Come Crochet on Friday! This class will teach participants the basics of crochet, how to read a pattern, and the finishing skills needed to help make your project pop! All skill levels are welcome and materials will be provided.

Brown Bag Book Club Bring your lunch and dive in on the discussion of the current book being read by the group. This is a chance to relax and converse with others. If you would like information on the current book being read, please contact Dennis Fuhr at fuhrdv@yahoo.com.

Survivors Day (June 1) Cancer Survivors Day is a time to celebrate life. It’s a gathering of support for survivors, their families, and friends, to show that life after a cancer diagnosis can be fruitful, rewarding, and even inspiring. For more information on the 2018 Survivors Day and to see photos from last year’s event, click here.

Support for Survivors Day is provided by:

                  

Caregivers Day (November 2)  Caregiver Day is a time to celebrate and show appreciation for all caregivers! This past year, we had our very own spa day (for women AND men), where caregivers and survivors enjoyed an afternoon of indulgence with a catered lunch, a special guest speaker, select spa services, and fun giveaways!

Support for Caregivers Day is provided by:

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