Join us Thursday afternoons for this 7 week workshop where you’ll learn exercises and strategies to help prevent you from falling. Topics include: simple and fun balance & strength training, the role vision plays in keeping your balance, how medication can contribute to falls, ways to keep from falling when out in our community, what to look for in safe footwear and how to eliminate falls hazards in your home. This class is free and open to everyone age 60 and older. Registration is required; call Judy Ramboldt at 651-769-7182 or email here at email@example.com.
He Mni Can/Barn Bluff is one of the best-know natural features along the upper Mississippi River and it is an easy hike with wonderful views at the top. Dust off your hiking shoes, grab your water bottle and take a hike in the great outdoors(weather permitting).
This program is designed for people with prediabetes or are at risk for diabetes. If you are 18 years or older, at risk for but NOT currently diagnosed with diabetes, overweight and not pregnant, this program may be helpful to you. To register, contact Kanko Akakpovi by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 507-332-5948.
Bicycling is one of the easiest ways to fit exercise into your daily routine; it's fun and a great way to travel around our communities. Cycling also saves you money, helps the environment and can bring money into our communities. If you are interested in helping improve the Cannon Falls area so more children can bike to and from school, more families can bike to and from community destinations and more residents and visitors bike to community businesses, please come to our initial meeting on Thursday, April 12th at 6:00 pm in the Council Chamber at City Hall. For more information, contact David Anderson at 651-385-6148 or by email at email@example.com
Know your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
As many as 1 in 3 adults (1.5 million adults in Minnesota) have prediabetes. This is a warning sign you are at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In Goodhue County alone, 7% of our residents have type 2 diabetes and for our residents of color and those earning less than $25,000 annually, that number climbs to 14%. And most of us don’t know we have it!
Free glucose screenings in Red Wing:
MARCH 3, 10:00am-12:00pm
RED WING YMCA, 434 Main Street
MARCH 6, Noon-2:00pm
PIER 55/RED WING AREA SENIORS, 240 Harrison Street
MARCH 6, 3:30-5:30pm
CARE CLINIC, 1407 W. 4th Street
MARCH 8, 10:00am-12:00pm
JORDAN TOWERS 1, 433 W.4th Street
MARCH 8, 2:30-4:30pm
GOODHUE COUNTY HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, 426 West Avenue
1-Mile Walk to Stop Diabetes
March 3, 9:30am
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL!
@ Red Wing Family YMCA
- Registration begins at 9:00am, walk starts at 9:30am.
- After the walk, join Live Well Goodhue County from 10am-12pm for free glucose screenings, healthy snack taste tests and learn if you are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
Menu Labeling and other Food Labeling Laws—What do we have a right to know and does it matter?
Mitchell Hamline Health Law Institute is hosting a CLE on menu labeling.
This CLE will provide an overview of federal, state, and local laws relating to food labeling, including nutrition facts panel disclosures, calorie disclosures and warnings on menus, claims made on labels, and other labeling issues. Presenters will explain how these laws developed, highlight the constitutional issues they implicate, and summarize the peer-reviewed scientific research around food labeling and to what extent they impact consumer behavior. The presenters will discuss the role of science, as well as touching on how evolving First Amendment jurisprudence, preemption, and politics impact current labeling debates.
- Sarah L. Brew – Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
- David P. Graham – Senior Counsel, Dykema Gossett, PLLC
- Julie Ralston Aoki, Director Healthy Eating & Active Living, Public Health Law Center
- Kimberly Wingfield – Director, Science Policy, Labeling and Standards, Grocery Manufacturers Association
- Sarah Gollust, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management, Univ. of Minnesota School of Public Health.
Approval is pending for 2 CLE credits.
Registration is free, unless CLE credits are needed (code is GRAHAM).
If you are an individual, family or organization that is working on increasing access to healthy, nutritious food, we would like to invite you to attend this free event! We will be sharing success stories, discussing additional ways to improve access while enjoying a wonderful, locally sourced meal.
Greet & Eat will be held at United Lutheran Church, 428 W. 5th St in Red Wing. It's free and open to all. To register go to https://semnfoodchartermeetandeat.eventbrite.com. For more information contact David Anderson at 651-385-6148.