Kaiser Permanente Virtual Stress Management

Are you feeling super stressed in 2020! Join Kaiser Permanente for their Stress Management class tomorrow – Wednesday, September 30th – at 11 AM. Learn tips and techniques to help us deal with our stress. Zoom link information is below.

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  • Passcode: 710897

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Don’t forget about our new programs! Sign up NOW

Just like the image says, “We’ve miss you so much!” So much that we are happy to tell you about our new programs below.

Decatur Walking Group will meet on Wednesdays at 9 AM. We will start and end at Decatur Recreation Center. You must pre-register for the walk, wear a mask, and we will practice our social distancing guidelines.

Kaiser Permanente Virtual Bingo on Wednesday, September 23rd at 11 AM.

Kaiser Permanente Virtual Grassroots: Stress Management class on Wednesday, September 30th at 11 AM.

If you are interested in registering for one of our programs please reach out to Sara Holmes at sara.holmes@decaturga.com or 404-360-0067.

Payment System Down

Our payment system is temporarily down. We are working to resolve the issue. Only exact cash or in-state checks are accepted at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Natural Paint Brushes

Gather various items from nature including grass, pine needles, leaves, and feathers. Tie these objects to sticks to create natural paint brushes. See how each item paints and the unique patterns that the items create. Which one is your favorite?

What you will need:

  • Various sticks
  • Paper
  • String
  • Paint
  • Objects from nature

 

Build A Stick Raft

Join sticks with string to create a raft that floats. Add a sail if you’d like. Trying multiple versions may make for a more successful raft! Try racing them in a stream with friends while social distancing.

What you will need:

  • Various sticks – try to get them around the same length with twigs removed.
  • String
  • Paper for sail
  • Tape

 

Nature Rubbing Art

Find leaves, flowers and other objects from nature. Place a piece of paper over the object and color over the top of the object with a colored pencil. As you color, an imprint of the object will magically appear on the paper! After, try it with aluminium foil instead of paper!

What you will need:

  • Objects from Nature
  • Paper
  • Something to color with

 

Chalk the Park tomorrow at Glenlake Park!

Don’t forget about our Virtual programming that is now live on RecTrac! Visit our website to learn about our classes.

Honoring Juneteenth

On June 19th, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galvestion, TX, and announced the end of the Civil War and the end of slavery. Juneteenth commemorates the African Americans freedom! We encourage to learn, listen, and celebrate today. There’s a lot happening around Metro Atlanta.

Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area will provide a livestream of Facebook of the Flat Rock Community Cemetery which is the oldest African American community in DeKalb. https://www.facebook.com/ArabiaMountainNationalHeritageArea

If you are interested in learning more about the history of Juneteenth watch the video below and click on the link provided. https://www.hellajuneteenth.com/juneteenth-history?fbclid=IwAR1F1XK-P33IfY-4snOv96ShVgKY9dANXSo6HMfpxHV6C27t-i3HCDoWw7Y

Virtual Wellness Courses by Emory Medical Students

Wellness Challenges and the Workplace: What Works? - MaximusLife

Through collaboration between first year Emory medical students and Decatur Active Living Center, we bring you virtual resources promoting wellness. View site by clicking here. Explore our website to:

  • Combine physical movement with meditation by using our Walking Meditation page for a step-by-step guide, recommended apps, and parks around Decatur
  • Adapt Yoga to your physical needs with our Chair Yoga page that recommends excellent Chair Yoga videos and resources for live virtual classes
  • Try out new recipes adapted for those with medical restrictions in our Nutrition and Recipe page
  • Be prepared by brushing up or learning CPR through our CPR page