Sunday, May 8, 2011

Week at a Glance May 8th- May 14th

Each week we look ahead to see what events are happening at TMC or that Team TMC is participating in:

Sunday, May 8th  Happy Mother's Day

Wednesday, May 11th, 6:30pm-9:00pm Extended Breathing & Relaxation Technique
A one-night class for couples who have completed Preparation for Childbirth. This class explores extensive coping, breathing and relaxation techniques for labor, including breathing patterns, massage, visualization, labor aids and coaching skills. Registration is required. Fee $25:00

Thursday, May 12th, 10am-11:30am Breastfeeding Support Group
Join an informal gathering of mothers and babies. The Breastfeeding Support Group is hosted weekly by a certified lactation consultant. No registration necessary!  Location: Fireplace Room in the Patio Bldg. Located in the southwest corner of the Patio Building. Enter the TMC campus on Beverly off of Grant Road. The Patio Building is immediately to the right. Parking is available in the lot in front of the Emergency Department. For more information (520) 324-5730

Thursday, May 12th, 6:30pm-9:00pm Just for Dads
This class teaches new dads how to welcome and take care of the new baby. Join other fathers-to-be in this great hands-on class that utilizes a man-to-man approach. Men only! Registration here. $25 fee.

Friday, May 13th , 6:00pm-9:00pm Date Night Friday Dinner & Class 
A "refresher" class that includes a specially prepared dinner for two! A one-night class is perfect for active couples who need a break at the end of their busy week.. We'll provide updates on issues that may have changed since you last gave birth and refresh the knowledge and skills that you've previously learned. A tour of TMC's Labor & Delivery area is included. Registration here Fee: $30

Saturday, May 14th, 10am-2:00pm Community Festival 4 Yout
Join TMC's Desert Kids Safety Program at the Community Festival 4 Youth, Health, Fitness & Wellness Global Day of Service. Location Golf n' Stuff. 


The Community Festival For Youth is  in conjunction with Stanford University’s Global Day of Service. This event is for children of all ages.

Tucson has experienced many tragedies over this past year including the shootings in January, the subsequent death of a nine year old child and the recent suicide deaths of two local high school students.  The youth and children in this community need to know we are listening and are dedicated to their positive growth and wellness.

This Festival is presented by Councilman Paul Cunningham, Bear Essential News, Golf N’ Stuff, Tucson Toros, Providence of Arizona and Tucson Medical Center to honor our youth and children.  

There will be booths with arts & crafts, games, stress reduction activities, yoga for children, storytelling and much more.  Free to the public. Desert Kids Safety will be on site offering FREE booster seats for children age five years old plus. 

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