Tonight at Shine: A Wellness Studio, learn to create peace in your body, and to nurture and improve your breast health with Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Lymphatic Specialist Christal Williams.
Run, walk or roll your way through this 5k to benefit The Todd Crawford Foundation to support research to cure spinal cord injuries. This foundation directly supports advancements in research made by the Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center located in Louisville.
Celebrate National Bike Month with Bike to Work Week and Bike to Work Day, with the Bike Louisville program. Learn how to be safe on Louisville roads with help from Bicycling for Louisville, and Louisville Bicycle Club.
Kentuckiana mom, Rachel Wintringham Isbell, shares her unnecessary cesarean experience, seeks VBAC and urges women to educate themselves. And, find support for your family's preferred birth experience through two Louisville birth organizations.
Families challenge themselves to hand washing in response to parents' risky reuse of disposable diapers. In a wider social challenge, it's possible to cloth diaper a child for just $60. Also, get one-on-one cloth information in Louisville, for free.
Kentucky's first and official Severe Weather Awareness Month begins tomorrow with a statewide tornado drill, courtesy of the National Weather Service. Read Governor's Beshear's proclamation, participate in the drill, and find out how to protect yourself and your family in case the siren doesn't work (again).
Pregnant women are invited to attend A Healthy Journey for Two, the educational baby showers full of information for new moms on keeping baby healthy throughout pregnancy. It's fun, and all moms-to-be will take home gifts for baby.
From fitness enthusiasts to bike commuters, citizens are needed at the next Loop public meeting to address signage, accessibility, and safety along the 23 miles of completed pathways. Metro Parks is relying on public discourse to make improvements as its officials move forward. The date of this event has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 8, 2011.
The annual Making Memories event by the Alzheimer's Association at Horseshoe Casino will auction a South African safari to fundraise for a world without Alzheimer's Disease. And, discover other events to fight the brain disease that's not a normal part of aging, like an urban scavenger hunt in nearby Indianapolis.
From fitness enthusiasts to bike commuters, citizens are needed at the next Loop public meeting to address signage, accessibility, and safety along the 23 miles of completed pathways. Metro Parks is relying on public discourse to make improvements as its officials move forward.
Whether your glass is half empty or half full, it contains a deadly carcinogen. EPA's regulations are two decades old, but California wants to legislate a "safe" limit that's not based on science. Find out if quenching your thirst is worth the risk, or if bottled water is a safer bet.
Runners on a Mission kicks off its 2011 Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and miniMarathon training with its 6th anniversary group Reunion and Recruitment event. The walker-friendly running group and its training programs are free, and the event is open to the public. ROAM Louisville, and train for the race of your dreams!
Louisville seniors can now join Healthways SilverSneakers fitness program through four local community centers, thanks to a new partership with Metro Parks, making it even easier for residents to particpate.
The National Weather Service will issue a Winter Weather Advisory this afternoon for portions of Kentuckiana. For those who love the snow, that means one thing! Sledding at Louisville Metro Parks! Find out where to go, and when the sledding hills will be open.