Classes &
Events Calendar

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We are currently offering the following classes:

January

22

Event at St Joe's Hospital

Partners Scholarship Information is here!
12 AM | Registration is not required.
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February

07

Class at St Joe's Hospital

SPOTS Therapists announce SPRING Groups
12 AM - 12 PM | Registration is required.
St. Joseph's - Chippewa Falls
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March

12

Event at St Joe's Hospital

13th Annual Farm Family Event
12 - 2 PM | Registration is required.
Wissota Health and Regional Vent Center
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March

17

Class at St Joe's Hospital

Breast Feeding Education
7 - 9 PM | Registration is required.
HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital | St. Francis Conference Room
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March

18

Class at St Joe's Hospital

3D community health series: Change your Body from the Inside Out
5:30 - 7 PM | Registration is required.
29 Pines / Sleep Inn and Suites Conference Center
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March

28

Class at St Joe's Hospital

Babysitting Class - March Session
9 AM - 3 PM | Registration is required.
McDonald Hall, SJH
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Event at St Joe's Hospital

Healthy Kids Day at the Chippewa YMCA
9 AM - 12 PM | Registration is not required.
Chippewa YMCA
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ONGOING CLASSES

Partners Walking Club

The Partners of St. Joseph's Hospital will help motivate and encourage fitness with their new Partners Walking Club. The Partners Walking Club is free and will meet every Wednesday at noon at the Duck Pond gazebo in Irvine Park, weather permitting.

BEGINNING NOVEMBER 5TH - WINTER LOCATION - Club will meet at Chippewa Family YMCA and will use the indoor track. Meet in the front entrance.

Every Wednesday, a member of the Partners of St. Joseph's Hospital will meet for a walk at the Duck Pond (SPRING/SUMMER) or the Chippewa Valley Family YMCA (LATE FALL/WINTER).

"The reason we decided to start a Walking Club was not only to encourage fitness, but also to promote connections," says Diane Fish, coordinator of the Partners Walking Club.  "We know being active helps promote good mental health and it's easier to do when you have someone else to join you."   

The program is part of Chippewa Health Improvement Partnership's Compassionate City initiative.

For more information, contact St. Joseph's Hospital's Volunteer Services, 715-717-7939. For more information about CHIP's Compassionate City, visit www.chippewahealth.org.

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