Be proactive about you and your family’s health.
These workshops are fun and provide learning opportunities to help you in your quest for a healthy/happy life!
- Dog Training ClassesJuly 13-29 in Gypsum
This class is designed to assist busy adults. This class will show you how to build off of the puppy basics like sit and stay to create polite behaviors in dogs. Some of the topics covered are how to appropriately meet and greet strangers and other dogs, the ability to work at home, or enjoy a movie uninterrupted, and how to walk on a loose leash. This class will build each week’s activities around problem solving in real-life situations. All skill levels are welcome because the handler and the dog will learn to work at each other’s level to be successful.
Location: Gypsum Rec Center
July 13-29 (Tue & Thur 8-9am)
Basic Manners for Teens (Ages 13-18)
July13-29 (Tue & Thur 9:15am-10:15am)
Vaccinations records for your dog are required to participate in this class. Please submit the records to email@example.com. You can also print off and submit the record directly from your veterinarian’s office.
- Tools for Self-Care Lunch and Learn PanelJuly 20 @Gypsum Rec CenterMountain Recreation and SpeakUp ReachOut are teaming up to provide the tools needed to “treat yourself” on International Self Care Day, which is Saturday, July 24. The expert panel will include community members who have knowledge on all aspects of self- care for yourself and your family. The Discussion will follow the Seven Pillars of Self-Care: Health Literacy, Self Awareness, Physical Activity, Healthy Eating, Risk Avoidance, Good Hygiene and Optimal Use of Products and Services. Lunch and child watch will be provided and raffles will be drawn throughout the event.Date: Tuesday, July 20 (11:30am-1pm)Location: Gypsum Rec Center (Community Room)
Ages: All AgesPanelist include:– Molly Booker (Pastor, Suicide Prevention Trainer)
– Amy Baker (Family Education Manager, Mountain Youth)
– Tricia Schultheis (Owner, Inner Light Juice)
– Janet Bartnik (Executive Director, Mountain Recreation)