Kick off the year on the right foot! On January 1, 2014, Nashville will host a Commitment Day 5K family fun walk/run benefitting the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt Click Here. Commitment Day is a series of 5K events that will take place in 38 cities around the country with the goal of motivating tens of thousands of people to get out and commit to a healthier lifestyle. Whether you're an experienced runner or this is your first 5K, everyone is welcome! Encourage your family (kids 17 and under are free with a registered adult), friends, co-workers, neighbors, and teammates to join you in making a commitment.
The monthly meeting of the Caregiver Support Group. A support group allows people to share information and openly discuss their problems without judgment, to process their feelings, and to hear others talk about their situation. Participation can help people deal more effectively with their problems.
The main thing support groups provide is the feeling that you are not alone.
No RSVP required. Lunch is not provided, but feel free to bring your own.
Hosted by Child and Family Center
Open to the Public
Location: Bridgestone Arena
Here's your chance to support Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Click Here your Children's Miracle Network Hospital, ringside!
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is proud to present Built to Amaze, the 143rd edition of The Greatest Show on Earth!
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and Feld Entertainment are teaming up for opening night on Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. We hope this partnership will become a regular, successful, family-friendly fundraising effort for Children's Hospital. This is a great opportunity for families to experience the thrills and imagination of the circus.
For discounted tickets, call or email the private Vanderbilt Ticket Concierge Service starting Friday, Nov. 29 (Black Friday). Proceeds from tickets sold only with this ticket concierge will benefit Children's Hospital.
For tickets, contact: Jennifer Brechue, 866-248-8740 ext. 31423, firstname.lastname@example.org Click Here
Instructor: Jill Lindner
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Hosted by: Vanderbilt Center for Stem Cell Biology