The Brevard Parkinson's Support Group presents a Parkinson's Support Symposium on April 17th from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Holiday Inn of Viera. For more information (321) 622-5845. Brevard Parkinson's Support Group
Marieke Kreps, Leader of the Brevard Parkinson's Support Group gives details about Parkinson's and the upcoming Symposium.
As many as 3,000 people in Brevard County, Florida have Parkinson's Disease. Perhaps you've just been diagnosed with Parkinson's or are someone who has lived with it for some time. Maybe you are a caregiver -- the spouse, parent or child of an individual who is dealing with this condition. All of you are welcome to be part of the Parkinson's Support Group of Brevard, where you will find yourself among people who are facing the same experiences, feelings, and frustrations and questions.
Saturday April 19th at 10 am, Florida Tech presents a free lecture for all garden enthusiasts. The event celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Botanical Fest celebration and will be held in the Hartley Room on campus. Registration
Dr. Robert Lyons, Program Director at the University of Delaware and Longwood Gardens Graduate Program talks about his upcoming lecture on the 19th.
As garden enthusiasts, it is our honor to host Dr. Lyons. As Program Director at the University of Delaware and Longwood Gardens Graduate Program in Public Horticulture, he is considered to be one of the top public horticulturists in the world. Dr. Lyons will share exclusive insight on FIT's garden and your own.
Saturday, April 19
Florida Institute of Technology
150 W University Blvd
Melbourne, FL 32901
Presentation at 10:00 a.m.
Garden tour to follow.
Questions? Please contact Stephanie Bacon at email@example.com or 321-674-6141.
Bob Serody, SCPA Program Committee and Shannon Roberts, SCPA President discuss the screening.
The film focuses on world crisis in water supply, which is looming in Florida too. The documentary illuminates the vital role that water plays in our lives and the global water crisis as the central issue facing our world this century.