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Registration is open for “Reading is a Superpower” the Ozark Foothills Literacy Project’s 2015 Summer Reading Camp for 6-12 years old. The camp is set for June 15-18, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at the First United Methodist Church, 615 E. Main Street in Batesville. The camp will offer a fast paced morning of engaging reading and writing activities with a focus on heroes and their stories. Activities will include story time, a superhero obstacle course, reader’s theater, creative writing, recipe reading to make super snacks, word games, and more. The camp will be led by certified teachers, including Literacy Project board members Ann Walmsley and Julie Reardon.  Registration fees are $99 until May 15, plus $75 for each additional sibling. After May 15 the cost is $125, plus $100 for each additional sibling, Register online at oflp.org/read2015 or by phone at 870-793-5912. Space is limited.

 

An account has been set up at Centennial Bank in Batesville for Wade Cooley of Mount Pleasant. Cooley, a married father of four, recently underwent brain surgery. Self-employed in the lumber business, Cooley will not be able to work for the foreseeable future.

 

 

Benefit raffell is being held for Vanessa Cherry (18 Daughter of Mary Ann and Dan Clem) and a SR. at Batesville High School, who was severely injured in an automobile accident on March 1, 2015. She is currently in Timber Ridge Rehab Center in Benton, AR for traumatic brain injury. A 30 quart Hopper Portable Yeti cooler valued at $349.99, donated by Cup’d Up Outdoors, is being raffled. Tickets can be purchased from Cup’d Up Outdoors (870-569-9969, Terri Harris at 870-612-4584, Merchants and Planters Bank, or Kim Snell at 870-307-8946. Tickets are $5 each or 4 for $20. Winner will be announced on Friday May 1, 2015 at Cup’d Up Outdoors. There is an account set up at Merchants and Planters Bank in Vanessa’s mothers name Mary Ann Clem.

 

NADC Head Start Registration apply now for 2015-2016, bring proof of income. For more information call

Mt. View 870-269-4341 or 870-269-5805, Salem 870-895-3434, Viola 870-458-2016, Brockwell 870-368-5228, Calico Rock 870-297-8853, Melbourne 870-368-5229, Cave City 870-283-5341, Evening Shade 870-266-3460, Highland 870-856-2545 or 870-856-1190, Batesville 870-698-0014 or 870-698-9127, Sulphur Rock 870-799-3415

 

APRIL 2015

 

Monday and Tuesday 13-14, 2015

What: Feather Weight Focals- The Hollow blown Glass Beads and Vessels

When: April 13-14, 2015 9-4:30

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E. Main St. Mt. View

For those experienced in working with molten glass, this workshop offers multiple techniques for making light weight hollow beads of soft glass. Also taught by Beau Anderson

 

Tuesday 14, 2015

What: Community Square Dance

When: April 14, 2015 7-9

Where: Ozark folk Center in the Large Auditorium

This is open and free to the public. The first hour of each evening will be an open community dance and provides a great opportunity for those interested in learning the skills and techniques of traditional Ozark squares. The second hour will focus on current Ozark Folk Center dancers as they practice and rehearse routines for the upcoming season. There are open positions in the OFC Dance Department for dance callers and single male dancers. As with any winter event, weather issues may cause cancellation. Updates concerning weather cancellations other announcements will be available on the OFCSP website under the MUSIC page and linked to Tuesday Night Square Dance.

 

Tuesday 14, 2015

What: Kindergarten and preschool preview open house

When: April 14, 2015 6

Where: Newport Elementary School cafeteria

Stop by to meet the administration and teachers of Newport Elementary School, visit and explore the facilities. Enjoy fun activities and snacks. Those entering kindergarten must be age five by Aug. 1 and preschool age tree or four by Aug. 1, 2015.

 

 

Tuesday 14, 2015

What: Blood Drive

When: April 14, 2015 9-2

Where: Batesville High School, #1 School Road in Batesville

 

Tuesday 14, 2015

What: Online & Sell Your Stuff

When: April 14, 2015 6-8

Where: UACCB Main Campus building Room 240

Did you know that the average American household has $4,000 worth of unused items? In this class you will learn how to cash in. Should your hidden treasures be sold on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Facebook or some other marketplace? How can you use social media like Pinterest, Twitter or Facebook to advertise? Kat Simpson, is the instructor, and there will be a $15 fee.

 

Wednesday 15, 2015

What: Boat Ramp closed

When: April 15-June 9, 2015

Access to the Arkansas game and Fish Commission Boat Launching Ramp located proximately 4/10 mile downstream from Lock and Dam No. 1 at Batesville, will be closed, to allow for the reconstruction of riverbank Road from the City of Batesville Golf Course clubhouse to just beyond the entrance to the boat launching ramp. The closing of Riverbank Road may be extended if inclement weather prolongs the construction process.

 

Thursday 16, 2015

What: Grief Support Group

When: April 16, 2015 2pm

Where: First United Methodist Church 116 E. Jefferson Mountain View

Meetings are open to the public and free to attend. Grief support groups provide a safe place to share and be encouraged by others who have lost a loved one.

 

Thursday 16, 2015

What: UAMS North Central Diabetes support group meeting

When: April 16, 2015 noon

Where: Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce at 409 Vine Street in Batesville

The meeting will be at noon and it is free and open to the public. For questions please call 870-698-9992.

 

Thursday 16, 2015

What: First United Methodist Church annual Chicken on the Run Fundraiser

When: April 16, 2015

Where: First United Methodist Church in Newport

Enjoy smoked chicken, beans, potato, salad, roll and a cookie; take out only from 4-6. Meals are $8 each or two for $15. Proceeds will fund outreach programs.

 

Friday 17, 2015

What: Independence County Commodity Distribution

When: April 17, 2015 8:30

Where: Miller Gym at 550 Oak Street in Batesville behind the NADC office

All applicants will need to be recertified before the distribution or on that date. You must bring proof of income and a proof of ID. We will be giving out a variety of items. Any question may be directed to Independence County Coordinator, Monday-Thursday 8-4:30 at 870-793-5765 ext 230.

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: NEA Bass Nation Tournament

When: April 18, 2015 6:30am-2:30

Where: Lake Charles

This is the fourth year for NEA Bass Nation, FOCAS, and myself to coordinate and sponsor the Kalee James Cancer Benefit. Past Recipients Kalee James 2012, Noah Cook 2013, Megan Dixon 2014, this years is Braxton Hogland, the 5 year old son of Chuck and Kerry Hogland from Reyno, AR, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in April of 2014. He is being treated at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. Entry forms can be found at Northeast Arkansas businesses. You can register that morning or in advance.

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: Mr. Pretty Legs Woman-Less Beauty Pageant

When: April 18, 2015 6pm

Where: Batesville Middle School Auditorium 955 Water Street

Benefitting Batesville High School’s Class of 2015 project graduation, admission $5 for adults and $3 for students, open to male’s 9-12 grades.  For more information contact Danita Crawford 870-376-6489

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: Masters of Soul

When: April 18, 2015

Where: ASU-Newport

Masters of Soul is a 10 person ensemble and a celebration of the legendary songs and performers that defined Motown and soul music. This 90-minute show feature stylishly costumed, fully choreographed performances of both male and female groups backed by a live band. The show will feature hits from such artists as Diana Ross and the Supremes, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Marvin Gaye, The temptations, The Four Tops, The Jackson 5 and many others. To purchase season tickets, call 870-512-7802

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: Photography 100.5

When: April 18, 2015 10:30 am

Where: Arts Center of North Arkansas in Cherokee Village mall

If you have ever just wanted to take a little better photo of your family when you’re on vacation this is the class for you. Tom Helfert will head up the presentation, his presentation will help both novice and more experienced photographers find ways to look at their art in a different prospective. He will also be working to get a new photo club at the art center established.

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: ABATE District 11 meeting

When: April 18, 2015 11am

Where: Mi Ranchito Batesville

President-Kaleb Duncan-870-214-1182, Vice President- David Cartwright-870-613-5284, Secretary-  Danny Caniff-870-613-4796 for more info. Come join us and help us grow

 

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: April 18, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

Monday 20, 2015

What: Divorce/Separated Care

When: April 20, 2015 6pm

Where: First Methodist Church 615 E. Main Street Batesville

Find help, discover hope, experience healing, weekly support group. Contact Alicia Williams for more information at 870-834-6076 child care provided.

 

Thursday 23, 2015

What: Batesville Area Radio Club

When: April 23, 2015 7

Where: First Community Bank community room

Batesville Area Radio Club invites anyone interested in HAM radio to attend the meeting. More information is available at http://barchams.org/

 

Thursday 23, 2015

What: A Vision for the Future Economic Development Summit

When: April 23, 2015 8:30-12

Where: Newport Business Resource Center 201 Hazel Street

Topics include Workforce training and Education, D.R.I.V.E., and NEDC grants small business loans and lines of credit. For more information or to reserve your free spot call 870-523-1009.

 

Friday 24, 2015

What: Golf Tournament Swing in the Spring

When: April 24, 2015 11am

Where: Eagle Mountain Golf Club

The Lyon College football program fundraiser with proceeds going back into the program which will field its first intercollegiate squad since 1951 in August. It will be a 4-man scramble, with teams playing the best ball on each hole. A maximum of 25 teams will play on the links. The cost to play is $100 per person, or $400 per foursome. Lunch will be provided for participants by Citizen’s Bank. Teams will have a cart to drive during the event.  Lyon football players will be available throughout the course at the pins and help load and unload bags, if needed. All participants will also receive a voucher to attend all six home Lyon games of the inaugural Lyon season in the fall (a $30 value), along with a Lyon football cap. Golfers will be recipients of other gifts donated by area businesses.

 

Friday 24, 2015

What: March of Dimes fundraising night

When: April 24, 2015 doors open at 5:30 race 8

Where: Batesville Motor Speedway

$2 from every ticket sold will go to the Batesville March for Babies

 

Friday and Saturday 24-25, 2015

What: Calico Rockin’ River Rally

When: April 24-25, 2015 Friday 7pm Saturday starts at 11am

Where: King Park, Highway 56 Calico Rock

Events begin Friday at 7pm with a free concert by Deadwood Groove. Saturday starts with a Poker Run at 11am a motorcycle show, biker games and more. Saturday evening, attend the Oulaws: Part II concert at 7pm in the park. Purchase tickets for $15 from calicorock.us.facebook.com/rocknriverrally or at the door. For more info call 870-656-4016  

 

Friday and Saturday 24-25, 2015

What: 28th Annual Spring fest Festival

When: April 24-25, 2015

Where: Spring Park Heber Spring

Spring Park will be filled with arts & crafts, fun activities for the kids, the always popular Butterfly Pavilion, live music, festival foods, and much more. Pet lovers can enter their canine friends in the Pooches with Panache dog contest. There will be two great car shows; classic cars and motorcycles on the Courthouse lawn and Volkswagens in Spring Park. And you don’t want to miss the first ever Red River Ram Concert Series featuring Kasey Smith and Shelby Lee Lowe Friday and Saturday night at 7pmin the Spring Park Amphitheatre. Spring fest is fun for the whole family! Admission to the Springfest Festival and the Red River Ram Concert Series is free.

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: 25th annual Buddy Bass Tournament

When: April 25, 2015 7-3

Where: Box Hound Marina, Horseshoe Bend

Will benefit the Friends of Horseshoe Bend Animals, held on 640 acre Crown Lake in Horseshoe Bend. Entry fees will be $50 per boat (2 person maximum in boat). There will be an optional Big Bass entry of $5 per person.

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: 2nd annual “Better Days Ahead” 5K Poker run/walk

When: April 25, 2015 11am

Where: Mountain View High School

Stone county Abuse Prevention Center is sponsoring the run/walk. Individual and team relay categories and the best hand wins a $100.00 gift card so come help support the victims of domestic violence, help raise community awareness. For more information call 870-269-9027

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: Main Street Batesville Block Party

When: April 25, 2015 1

Where: 1355 E. Main Street across the street from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Main Street Batesville will celebrate the completion of the first block of the new downtown streetscape with a full day of free community activities. The block dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting will be held at 3:15

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: Primitive fish Trap Workshop

When: April 25, 2015 10-12

Where: Jacksonport State Park

Ever wonder how to catch a fish when you don’t have a hook, line, and skinker? You are in luck because you can learn that skill. Reservations are required for this  workshop and must be made at least 2 day in advance. Reservations will not be taken after 3pm on April 23rd. This workshop is limited to a minimum of 6 participants and a maximum of 10 participants. Call the park for more information at 870-523-2143

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: Words Matter

When: April 25, 2015 10:30am

Where: Arts Center of North Arkansas in Cherokee Village mall

Bring pencil, paper, there is no cost, presented by Cheri Lynn Quattrichi. For more information call 870-257-5742

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: Macy’s Stroll and Roll Benefit walk

When: April 25, 2015 9

Where: Riverside Park

Batesville Kiwanis and Macy’s Miracle will host Macy’s Stroll and Roll Benefit. All proceeds will benefit research for Angelman Syndrome. The event will conclude with activities from Keller’s Bounce Houses, a petting zoo, performances by West Magnet Dance Team and more. On-site registration will begin at 9 and the walk will begin at 10. Registration forms are available at Citizen’s Bank’s main branch, First United Methodist Church of Batesville, and www.batesvillekiwanis.org.

 

Saturday 25, 2015

What: Ladies class (the wife God would have me to be)

When: April 25, 2015 10:30am

Where: Church of Christ in Quail Valley

We invite women of all ages to a class taught by Anne Stevens on the topic “ The Wife God would have me to be”. Visit our website for more information www.QVCOC.com or call us at 870-793-6700.

 

Friday thru Sunday 24-26, 2015

What: Basic Blacksmithing with Bob Patrick

When: April 24-26, 2015 9-4:30

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E. Main St. Mt. View

Both practical and artistic, the skill of blacksmithing is a creative full body experience. This workshop will cover all the fundamentals for first time forging. Students are invited to stay at instructor Bob Patrick’s magical mosaic house in Everton.

 

Saturday and Sunday 25-26, 2015

What: Intermediate Digital Photography with Ed Alexander

When: April 25-26, 2015

Where: Arkansas Craft School at 110 E. Main Street Mt. View

An extension of the Basic Digital this workshop will expand your knowledge so you can achieve creative artful photographs.

 

Monday 27, 2015

What: Divorce/Separated Care

When: April 27, 2015 6pm

Where: First Methodist Church 615 E. Main Street Batesville

Find help, discover hope, experience healing, weekly support group. Contact Alicia Williams for more information at 870-834-6076 child care provided.

 

Monday - Friday April 27-May 1, 2015

What: Spring gospel meeting

When: April 27 thru May 1, 2015 7PM

Where: Church of Christ in Quail Valley

Jimmy Stevens from Seminole, Tx will be speaking on a variety of topics. For more information call 870-793-6700 or go to the web site www. QVCOC.com

 

 

MAY

 

Saturday 2, 2015

What: March for Babies

When: May 2, 2015

Where: Southside High School Track

You can get involved in the walk that helps moms have healthy pregnancies and saves babies’ lives. Join the fun and the fight for stronger, healthier babies. They’ll be the easiest steps you and your family will ever take.

 

Saturday 2, 2015

What: Batesville March for Babies

When: May 2, 2015

Where: Southside High School Track

You can participate in the walk that helps moms have healthy pregnancies and saves babies’ lives by registering online at MarchForBabies.org. Join the fun and the fight for stronger, healthier babies. They’ll be the easiest steps you and your family will ever take!

 

Saturday 2, 2015

What: Main Street Farmers Market Opening

When: May 2, 2015

Where: Main Street Batesville

Batesville’s Main Street Farmers Market will open for the 2015 season May 2 and will be open the first and third Saturdays of every month through November this year. The market will again set up in the Pocket Park on Main Street from 8am to noon on market days. For growers or food producers interested in learning about growing for the market there will be an information meeting held Tuesday march 17th at 5:30 at the 3rd Street Farm Store in Batesville. Please call 870-613-4588 to register. For other information call 208-869-1445

 

Saturday and Sunday 2-3, 2015

What: Flame and Facets- Glass Beads with Beau Anderson

When: May 2-3, 2015

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E Main Street Mt. View

Master Glass artist Beau Anderson is on tour from France and offering 2 classes to share his amazing talent with molten glass. He makes this mesmerizing art form is fun to learn.

 

Monday 4, 2015

What: Divorce/Separated Care

When: May 4, 2015 6pm

Where: First Methodist Church 615 E. Main Street Batesville

Find help, discover hope, experience healing, weekly support group. Contact Alicia Williams for more information at 870-834-6076 child care provided.

 

Monday 4, 2015

What: Humane Society of Independence County Shoe Collection

When: May 4, 2015

Where: Bargain Hound Boutique

The Humane Society is conducting a shoe collection drive through the week of May 4, to raise funds for dogs and cats spay/neuter assistance in Independence County. The goal is to collect 2,500 pairs of shoes to earn $1000. Anyone can help by donating gently worn, used or new shoes, sandals, boots, etc., at the Bargain Hound Boutique (Tuesday through Saturday) at 228 Ramsey Street in Batesville. This would be a great project for schools, churches, or any other groups that would like to help the Humane Society.

 

Thursday 7, 2015

What: Extreme Couponing 202

When: May 7, 2015 6-8

Where: UACCB Main Campus Bldg, Room 240

Deann Castleberry will take extreme couponing to the next level. This class is for advanced shoppers. There will be a $15 Fee.

 

Friday -Sunday 8-10, 2015

What: Marbles and Pendants- Glass Ornaments with Beau Anderson

When: May 8-10, 2015

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E Main Street Mt. View

Master Glass artist Beau Anderson is on tour from France and offering 2 classes to share his amazing talent with molten glass. He makes this mesmerizing art form is fun to learn.

 

Saturday 9, 2015

What: Dutch Oven Breakfast Feast

When: May 9, 2015 9-11

Where: Davidsonville Historic State Park Pocahontas

Celebrate Mother’s Day at Davidsonville Historic State Park and make a breakfast feast with Dutchovens, including cinnamon rolls, biscuits, egg casserole, and pancakes. Admission is $13 per person and early registration is required. Call 870-892-4708 to sign up and for more details.

 

Monday 11, 2015

What: Divorce/Separated Care

When: May 11, 2015 6pm

Where: First Methodist Church 615 E. Main Street Batesville

Find help, discover hope, experience healing, weekly support group. Contact Alicia Williams for more information at 870-834-6076 child care provided.

 

Thursday 14, 2015

What: Accounting training

When: May 14, 20159-11:30 and 1-3

Where: Walker room at Lyon College

The first session will teach the basic functions of the QuickBooks accounting software program and the second session will prepare businesses for an audit and what to expect during that process. Registration fees are $99 for one session or $150 for the entire day. To register for this training call Jamie Beck at 870-793-2378 or Jamie.beck@mybatesville.org.

 

Saturday 16, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: May 16, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

Saturday 16, 2015

What: Introduction to Papermaking by Debbie Jolly

When: May 16, 2015

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E. Main Street Mt. View

This one day workshop will teach you how to make beautiful new paper from recycled paper stock.

 

 

Monday 18, 2015

What: Divorce/Separated Care

When: May 18, 2015 6pm

Where: First Methodist Church 615 E. Main Street Batesville

Find help, discover hope, experience healing, weekly support group. Contact Alicia Williams for more information at 870-834-6076 child care provided.

 

Monday 18, 2015

What: White River Area Parkinson’s Support Group

When: May 18, 2015 1:30

Where: Citizen’s Bank Annex Building located on College Street in Batesville

All patient’s caregivers, family, and friends are invited to attend. If you have any questions regarding this or any future meetings, call the support group leader, Joan Sellers, at 870-793-0067

 

Monday thru Wednesday 18-20, 2015

What: Copper Coloring- Flame Painting with Skip and Racheal Mathews

When: May 18-20, 2015

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E Main Street Mt. View

No one else teaches this amazing technique of creating luminous color on copper with controlled heat.

 

 Thursday 21, 2015

What: Grief Support Group

When: May 21, 2015 2pm

Where: First United Methodist Church 116 E. Jefferson Mountain View

Meetings are open to the public and free to attend. Grief support groups provide a safe place to share and be encouraged by others who have lost a loved one.

 

Friday and Saturday 22-23, 2015

What: 66th Annual Fulton county Homecoming Festival

When: May 22-23, 2015

Where: Salem

For more information call 870-371-0887

 

Friday thru Sunday 22-24, 2015

What: It doesn’t have to be round- The un-round turned wood bowl with Kip Powers

When: May 22-24, 2015

Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E Main Street Mt. View

Kip easy going teaching style is inviting and thorough. This workshop he will show you how to make beautiful and refined square bowls turned on a lathe.

 

Monday 25, 2015

What: Divorce/Separated Care

When: May 25, 2015 6pm

Where: First Methodist Church 615 E. Main Street Batesville

Find help, discover hope, experience healing, weekly support group. Contact Alicia Williams for more information at 870-834-6076 child care provided.

 

Friday thru Sunday 29-31, 2015

What: Introduction to Clay with David Dahlstedt

When: May 29-31, 2015

 Where: Arkansas Craft School 110 E Main Street Mt. View

One of our most popular classes David brings out your creativity while you play and learn basic ceramic techniques.

 

Saturday 30, 2015

What: Lil Bit Olympics

When: May 30, 2015 10

Where: Pioneer Stadium Batesville

The cost is $10 per child (boys and girls) ages 5-12. Events: long jump, soft ball throw, 50m dash (5-6 yr olds), 100m dash (7-10yr olds), 200m dash (5-10yr old), 400m dash (5-10yr olds), 800m run (5-1-yrs old), Dad 100m dash, and a mom and dad 200 relay. Athletes can enter and run one or all events. Introductions will be made before each race and displayed on the video board at Pioneer Stadium. Live broadcast on the Cube. com as well. Pioneer varsity cheerleaders will present ribbons after each race. Legends of Track will be there for an autograph session.

 

 

JUNE

 

Wednesday 10, 2015

What: Cyber Security Camp

When: June 10, 2015 8:30-12

Where: UACCB Maintenance Building 701

UACCB will offer a free half-day camp for students interested in the growing field of cyber security. Students entering grades 8 and 9 in the fall of 2015 are eligible to attend. The camp includes activities focused on cyber security topics: the interconnections of security, technology and computers; basic concepts of Alice computer programming; PC hardware repair; password recovery; and war walking activities. Due to limited seating, pre-registration is required. For more information or to register call 870-612-2082

 

Monday 15, 2015

What: White River Area Parkinson’s Support Group

When: June 15, 2015 1:30

Where: Citizen’s Bank Annex Building located on College Street in Batesville

All patient’s caregivers, family, and friends are invited to attend. If you have any questions regarding this or any future meetings, call the support group leader, Joan Sellers, at 870-793-0067

 

Thursday 18, 2015

What: Grief Support Group

When: June 18, 2015 2pm

Where: First United Methodist Church 116 E. Jefferson Mountain View

Meetings are open to the public and free to attend. Grief support groups provide a safe place to share and be encouraged by others who have lost a loved one.

 

Saturday 20, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: June 20, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

 

JULY

 

Saturday 18, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: July 18, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

Monday 20, 2015

What: White River Area Parkinson’s Support Group

When: May 20, 2015 1:30

Where: Citizen’s Bank Annex Building located on College Street in Batesville

All patient’s caregivers, family, and friends are invited to attend. If you have any questions regarding this or any future meetings, call the support group leader, Joan Sellers, at 870-793-0067

 

AUGUST

 

Saturday 15, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: August 15, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

Monday 17, 2015

What: White River Area Parkinson’s Support Group

When: August 17, 2015 1:30

Where: Citizen’s Bank Annex Building located on College Street in Batesville

All patient’s caregivers, family, and friends are invited to attend. If you have any questions regarding this or any future meetings, call the support group leader, Joan Sellers, at 870-793-0067

 

SEPTEMBER

 

Saturday 19, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: September 19, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

Monday 21, 2015

What: White River Area Parkinson’s Support Group

When: September 21, 2015 1:30

Where: Citizen’s Bank Annex Building located on College Street in Batesvill

All patient’s caregivers, family, and friends are invited to attend. If you have any questions regarding this or any future meetings, call the support group leader, Joan Sellers, at 870-793-0067

 

Saturday 26, 2015

What: Basic Outdoor Survival

When: September 26, 2015 9-12:30

Where: UACCB Nursing Allied Health Building, Room 902

 Dan Nash, a professional mountain guide, will teach phase one of survival training. Training includes instruction on survival kits, the psychology of survival, shelter, water, fire and preparation for rescue. Classroom and field exercises include fire starting, water filtration and shelter construction. Bring a water bottle or container, two bandanas and a steel or magnesium fire striker. Field exercises to be held outdoors, rain or shine. Up to two minors (under 18) may attend the class for $5 each but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over 18 years of age with a fee of $32. For more information or to register call 870-612-2082 or Katrina.stevens@uaccb.edu

 

Saturday 26, 2015

What: Intermediate Survival

When: September 26, 2015 1-5

Where: UACCB Nursing Allied Health Building, room 902

Dan Nash, a professional mountain guide, will teach phase two of survival training. Training and field exercises include an overview of the Basic Survival Class followed by instruction in wilderness first-aid, orienteering, collecting wild edibles, the use of snares, dead falls, fish traps and surviving harsh weather environments. Adults (18 and up) need to bring a pocket knife and three feet of string. Field exercises to be held outdoors, rain or shine. Up to two minors (under 18) may attend the class for $5 each but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over 18 years of age with a fee of $32. For more information or to register call 870-612-2082 or Katrina.stevens@uaccb.edu

 

 

OCTOBER

Saturday 17, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: October 17, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

 

NOVEMBER

 

Monday 16, 2015

What: White River Area Parkinson’s Support Group

When: November 16, 2015 1:30

Where: Citizen’s Bank Annex Building located on College Street in Batesville

All patient’s caregivers, family, and friends are invited to attend. If you have any questions regarding this or any future meetings, call the support group leader, Joan Sellers, at 870-793-0067

 

Saturday 21, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: November 21, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

 

 

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Saturday 19, 2015

What: Alzheimer’s Support Group Meeting

When: December 19, 2015 10am

Where: White River Health and Rehab next to UACCB

As a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who lives with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another memory loss disorder, there may be times when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated. The caregiver Support group of Batesville provides an opportunity for you to talk with others who really understand what you are going through, others who know just how you fell.

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