Events for Classes & Workshops

Zoo Camp: Conservation Connections

Why are animals vanishing all over the globe? What can you do to make a difference? We will take you on a journey to explore endangered species recovery and how Zoo’s work to keep animals from becoming endangered in the first place! From polar bears to orangutans, elephants to lions and toads to tortoises, we are working to make a difference. Get right down to the DNA of the problem and learn what you can do to help in this fun‒filled camp! This week-long summer camp is for children entering into 6th-8th grade in the fall.

Register online at www.hoglezoo.org/zoocamps



Nursing Care 2019: Nursing Conferences

Following the success of Nursing Care Plan 2018 held at Rome, Italy, we are organizing the next event in the series Nursing Care 2019. We welcome you to attend and participate at upcoming 50th International Congress on Nursing Care from June 24-25, 2019 in Moscow, Russia, based on the theme: “Advancement in technologies to enhance & ease nursing care” Nursing 2019 mainly emphasizes on- • Nursing Care Education and Research • New Technology in Nursing Care Education • Types of Nursing Care • Surgical Nursing Care • Cardiac Nursing Care • Palliative Care • Perioperative Nursing Care • Obstetrical Nursing Care • Oncology Nursing Care • Midwifery Nursing Care • Pediatric Nursing Care • Emergency Nursing Care • Neonatal Nursing Care • Advanced Nursing Care • Nursing Diagnosis • Nursing Education • Nursing Theories • Nursing Care Management Grab your chance to attend this meeting, discussing with your colleagues, and also make your memories by visiting the world’s largest city Moscow

For further details, please visit: https://nursingcareplan.nursingmeetings.com/

Yours sincerely Ms. Helena Makri Program Director Nursing Care 2019 UK: Conference Series llc LTD 47 Churchfield Road, London, W3 6AY Tel: (702) 508-5200 Ext: 8044 Email: nursingcareplan@nursingspeakerexperts.org,helenamakrinc@gmail.com



211 Talks - Poverty Simulation (Special Course)

The poverty simulation experience is designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family, trying to survive from month to month. The objective is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by low-income people. Participants will assume the roles of different families facing poverty. The “families” will have access to community resources and services that are usually available to people living in poverty, such as a bank, community action agency, utility company, pawn broker, grocery, DFS office, payday and title loan facility, mortgage company, and a child care facility. The entire experience will last up to three hours, including an introduction and briefing, the actual simulation exercise, and a debriefing period in which participant and volunteer staffers share their feelings and experiences about what they have learned about the lives of people in poverty.

Tickets $20 Individual Tickets RSVP by June 19, Questions Contact Whitney Stephens at whitney@uw.org



2-1-1 Talks

Utah 2-1-1 is excited to host the 2019 2-1-1 Talks, a summit for those in the helping profession. The first annual summit is designed to inform, connect, and empower professionals and volunteers who work tirelessly to meet the needs of others. The daylong event will feature breakout sessions covering an array of topics, from the evolution of social services and self care when helping others, to navigating 2-1-1 tools and the challenges of social services systems. Join us and other Utah social service providers in learning better ways to get and give help.

Tickets $45 Individual Ticket RSVP by June 19 *More Speakers to be added soon* Questions? Contact Whitney Stephens at whitney@uw.org



Saturday Sound Bath

Join us at Ultraviolet Studios for a special morning of mediation and sound. Register for Saturday's sound bath by texting Tara at (208) 881-6607 to reserve your spot. Advance ticketing is $20 and $25 at the door.

Enjoy original music from Good Vibes Collective while you do the subtle practice of Kundalini yoga, which involves breath work, mantra, and movement designed for anyone desiring to go deeper. Kundalini makes it possible for you to go inward and upward—to hold space for yourself—so that you can find greater healing and peace. The physical portion of the evening will prepare you to rest deeply in savasana while the Gong Goddess plays her gong and crystal singing bowls to help your mind and body experience healing relaxation. Afterward, you'll go home with locally brewed Sünnte kombucha, a special meditation gift, and tools that can help you, not only quiet chaos, but also live your life more happily, authentically, and whole-heartedly. Please arrive 15 minutes early to find your spot and settle in. Wear comfy clothes and bring a water bottle, yoga mat, blankets, and pillow or bolster.

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Zoo Camp: Animal Tales

We're jumping into the pages of our favorite "tails." Huff and puff with the big bad wolf, pucker‒up to a frog, pay a visit to our three bears and catch up with the tortoise and the hare, as you explore our Zoo "Jungle Book." You’ll become part of some exciting animal tales and discover the real animals behind these tales. This three day long summer camp is for children entering into 1st grade in the fall.

Register online at www.hoglezoo.org/zoocamps



Zoo Camp: Animals on the Move

Hopping, dancing, wiggling and crawling are just a few ways animals move. Jump into our camp all about animal movement! Join us to discover how animals get from one place to another. Each day includes crafts, stories, games, and animal encounters. These activity‒filled days are designed to get kids moving and learning on the go! This three day long summer camp is for children entering into 1st grade in the fall.

Register online at www.hoglezoo.org/zoocamps



Zoo Camp: Animal Superheroes

Faster than a speeding rhino, more powerful than a thundering elephant . . . From super‒strength to bionic vision; invisibility to lightning speed, animals have amazing powers! Put on your mask and cape and join us to learn all about the super‒heroes of the animal world. This three day long summer camp in for children entering into 1st grade in the fall.

Register online at www.hoglezoo.org/zoocamps



Zoo Camp: Animals on the Move

Hopping, dancing, wiggling and crawling are just a few ways animals move. Jump into our camp all about animal movement! Join us to discover how animals get from one place to another. Each day includes crafts, stories, games, and animal encounters. These activity‒filled days are designed to get kids moving and learning on the go! This three day long summer camp is for children entering into 1st grade in the fall.

Register online at www.hoglezoo.org/zoocamps



Zoo Camp: Adventures in Enrichment

Do lions like catnip? Are monkeys always playful? What is a special treat for an elephant? How do zookeepers get the animals up and moving to spark their curiosity? Through enrichment! Spend the week learning how the Zoo “spices up” the lives of animals through different types of enrichment. This week-long camp is for children entering into 4th and 5th grade in the fall.

Register online at www.hoglezoo.org/zoocamps