Our friends at Glorious Recovery are creating a Spartan Race Team! Save the date!
This event is for everyone- you can run, walk, or jog at your own pace, it doesn’t matter what shape you are in, the obstacles are fun and we will be supporting each other along the way.
Who is joining us? Let’s go Spartans
Glorious Recovery will look into getting cheaper tickets. Save the date and stayed tuned for more info!
Please take a moment to register for this project through City Harvest's Volunteer Portal using this link: https://cityharvestvolunteers.civicore.com/index.php?section=indGpRegistrations&action=profile_conditional&fwID=7693
The Registration process is as follows:
Follow the Group Sign-up Link and click "New User" to create a new volunteer profile and click "Submit" (repeat volunteers can simply log in)
Read project details and click "Register" to confirm participation
You will then receive a confirmation email and a reminder the day before the project
8:00 AM – Site Opens
9:00 AM – Program Begins
9:30 AM – 5K Walk/Run Starts
*Walk start time is approximate as walkers will start immediately after all runners have crossed the start line
The mission of Gregg's Gift is to positively impact the lives of addicted young adults, their families, friends, and our community at large. Their mission is to raise money to provide financial assistance for the treatment and recovery of young adults who suffer from the disease of addiction and to heighten community awareness of the severity and complexity of addiction.
Readings on Recovery is a *free*, curated series where individuals are given the platform to share what recovery means to them. Performers are encouraged to express themselves however they feel comfortable whether it be through personal essay, stand-up comedy, poetry, live music, or dance. Said performances cover topics from substance abuse to eating disorders to dysfunctional relationships and more. The goal in this series is to show that we are all recovering from something. Addict or not.
Ginny Leise - comedian, actor, and filmmaker
Jess Davis - founder of Folk Rebellion
Maik Dünnbier - Director of Strategy at IOGT
Kristen Jongen - writer, artist, and radio host
Kaitlyn Creegan - healer and spiritual advocate
DiAna Cosey - performer, model, and yogi
Event sponsored by: IOGT
Drinks provided by: Oh You TEAse and Curious Elixirs
Food provided by: Hungry Bird Eats and Spread-MMMs
This event will be hosted by:
Tawny Lara, founder of SobrieTea Party and Readings on Recovery
For more info:
This event will be photographed and videotaped.
**Please note that HUB Seventeen is located inside Lululemon on 17th & 5th.**
New York Center for Living
Topic: Families, Substance Abuse and Loneliness
When: Thursday, May 31, 2018 @ 10:00am – 12:00pm
CEU: 2.0. Fee: Free
Presenter: John D. Lieberman, MA, Executive Director, NYCFL
View more information: https://www.centerforliving.org/