LECTURESHEALTH LECTURES. New Life Health Centers. 4841 E. Speedway. Eric Hollander, a licensed acupuncturist with a masters degree in Traditional Chinese medicine, presents Preventing Allergies Through Acupuncture, teaching how acupuncture and herbology can relieve and prevent allergies. Hollaner speaks at 7 p.m. Monday, September 21. Scott Smith presents Nutritional Products for the Next Millenium, providing information on the latest products like MSM, 5-HTP, Rhodiola and Ipriflavone and why it helps support bone health. Smith speaks at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 24. Call Janis Graham at 325-2739 for information.
STRESS REDUCTION WORKSHOP. Facilitator Ginny Bonner, M.A.,
R.D. and the Tucson Jewish Community Center present Mindfulness
Based Stress Reduction, a 9-week program combining meditation
and yoga with modern scientific knowledge. The workshop is based
on a clinic developed at the University of Massachusetts Medical
Center, by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Program runs from 6:30 to
PRESERVING CULTURAL DOCUMENTS. Arizona State Museum. UA campus, University Boulevard east of Park Avenue. Two workshops introduce participants to techniques of paper and book repair on September 24 and 25. Advance registration required. Call 621-4695 for information and times.
SIERRA CLUB SLIDE SHOW. Dave Elwood, an avid eco-tourist, presents Solstice at Baffin Island, a slide show about a week on the ice off Canada's Baffin Island, some 500 miles above the Arctic Circle. Show time is 7:45 p.m. Thursday, September 17, in UA Physics Building Room 201, Fourth Street east of Park Avenue. Call John Leonard at 621-6874 for information.
TROUBLED TEEN SEMINAR. Casa de los Niños, 1101 N. Fourth Ave. Casa de los Niños presents the 25th Anniversary Silver Seminar Series, a lunch lecture series devoted to concerns particular to parents and children. The lecture Neo-Naticide: Troubled Teens, Terrible Consequences, with guest presenter Dr. Herschel Rosenzweig, psychiatrist with Sonora Behavioral Health, takes place from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, September 23. A brown-bag lunch will be provided, free of charge. Attendance is by reservation only. Call 624-5600 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays for reservations and information.
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