A Visit with St. Nicholas
Celebrate St. Nicholas, the Hospital's patron saint who was the friend of all children. Dressed in his traditional red mantle, St. Nicholas will greet children and pass out treats. In keeping with the giving spirit of St. Nicholas, children are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy to put in St. Nicholas' toy chest and/or new mittens, scarves, and hats for the Giving Tree. Gifts will be donated to local service agencies for distribution to children in need in our community. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Entertainment and refreshments are provided. **Please remember to bring your camera to take photos.
AARP Smart Driver Course
Students learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, and rules of the road. They find out how to safely adjust their driving to compensate for normal age-related changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time. There are no written tests or behind-the-wheel training. Fee: $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. Checks payable to AARP. Participants must bring their drivers license and AARP membership card to the class.
New!! Our online childbirth class is ideal for those expectant parents who can't attend an on-site childbirth class due to work schedules, time constraints, or medical conditions. The eight-chapter program is an interactive, web-based class that uses videos, personal birth stories, animations,activities, and games to teach all the essential information parents need to know to prepare for their birth. Your eClass registration includes online access for 90 days following your initial log-in.
Grocery Store Tour
Come join the dietetic interns from UW-Green Bay for an informative grocery store tour. We'll educate you on a variety of foods in the store and leave you with valuable tips that you can use anywhere!
Living Well with Chronic Conditions Class
Classes are fun and interactive. Participants share their successes and build a common source of support. The workshop builds confidence around managing health, staying active and enjoying life!
Living Well with Chronic Conditions (the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program) is a 6-week workshop. It teaches real-life skills for living a full, healthy life with a chronic condition such as: cancer,diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain and anxiety.
Multisport HelmetsDaily at St. Nicholas Hospital's Emergency Department.
80% of bicycle-related head injuries can be prevented with properly fitted bicycle helmets. Multisport helmets provide extra protection for scooter and rollerblade enthusiasts, too. Sizes for toddlers through adults. All helmets are properly fitted to the wearer. Fee: $15.
Available: April through September, Monday-Sunday, 8:00a.m.-Noon each day (based on ER volume there maybe waiting time involved.)
Play 4 Pink
Visit education booths and displays focusing on Breast Cancer Awareness. Raffles and giveaways. Sponsored by St. Nicholas Hospital and Prevea Health.
Skin Cancer Screening
Free Skin Cancer Screening. Allow 60 minutes for an educational session and examination of your specific area of concern. This is not a full body exam. The event is co-sponsored by St. Nicholas Hospital, The Regional Cancer Collaborative, Mary Hendrickson Johnson Foundation and the American Cancer Society.