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Lunch & Learn / Coffee & Learn

Learning Lectures

Gather with friends or relax by yourself at these free, open-to-the-public informational sessions provided by experts in their field.

Coffee and/or light refreshments provided.
Topics are broad, but typically focus on health and wellness.


Veterans Health Program – Learn and Leisure Series

Please RSVP before the event to:

Membership & Marketing Director,
Veterans Events
Doug Temple (989) 753-7721
extension 218
DTemple@SaginawYMCA.org

2nd Tuesdays at 5:00pm

Socialization is crucial to helping Veterans’ bodies respond to stress and prior trauma. Once a month the YMCA will open our doors to all Veterans, who want to share a snack together, socialize and partake in recreation activities.

Guest speaker from a Veterans focused organization. Following the speaker the Saginaw YMCA is open for all Veterans and their families to utilize the facility.

Mark your calendar for the future months events. The Learn and Leisure Series is only one program in a series of programs that make up the YMCA Veterans Health Program.

LEARN MORE: 
On Tuesdays, Veterans are also welcome to use the Y facility for the day.


St Mary’s Nutrition Session

Wednesday, March 7
1:00pm

Join us in the community room as RDN Maggie Rettelle provides information on the best ways to make healthy choices about food in relationship to your age, activity level and body’s needs.
No Food provided.  No RSVP Required.

 Questions: Chelsea Keagel (989) 753-7721 ext 202 CKeagel@SaginawYMCA.org

Covenant HealthCare – Advanced Care Planning

Thursday, March 15
11:00am

Tracy Bargeron, MSN, RN of Covenant Health Care will be here to share information on Advance Care Planning, which includes topics such as care planning, advance directives, medical decision making, and other related topics.  Please stop by to get information about their program.  All services they provide are free.  No Food provided.  No RSVP Required.

Questions: Chelsea Keagel (989) 753-7721 ext 202 CKeagel@SaginawYMCA.org

Game Day and potluck game-day snacks!

Wednesday, April 11
1:00pm

We will be meeting in the Community Room to enjoy an afternoon of card games, board games, yard games, you name it!  This is open to all members as a way to socialize and have some fun.  Food potluck-style.  Please bring an easy, game- day-themed snack to share.  No RSVP Required.

 Questions: Chelsea Keagel (989) 753-7721 ext 202 CKeagel@SaginawYMCA.org

Building Early Emotional Skills (BEES) 

MSU Extension BEES Parent Workshop, Saginaw County is offering this learning opportunity on Tuesday evenings in April at the Y for parents and caregivers of 0-3 year olds.
Pre-Register according to flyer, or using this link:
https://goo.gl/forms/UYLRGAqRx8dGMdDi1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lunch and Learn - St Mary's 01-19-16

Note to Experts Interested in Providing a Learning Lecture at the Y:

Our members and neighbors call us THEIR Y, we call them our greatest asset. In the Saginaw community for nearly 150 years, the YMCA of Saginaw, welcomes businesses to schedule use of our community room for presentations that will benefit our members, as well as the Saginaw community.

The business owners agree to provide the light lunch or coffee and a snack.
We can recommend a cafe nearby that actually delivers with 24+ hours notice.
Try Dawn of a New Day at (989) 401-0269 and ask for catering information.

There is no fee for use of the community room itself for this purpose.

We also would request the presenter share a flyer with the information regarding the event. They could have RSVP’s go directly to their business or we could take them here via our program registration system at the Y on their behalf.

Do you have a topic and date range in mind?
Contact Pam to check the calendar Pam@SaginawYMCA.org

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