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Open Door Picnic in The Park

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When: August 11 2018 - August 19 2017
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Deland Park's Richardson Shelter

3rd Annual Open Door Picnic in the Park!

Join us for our annual picnic in the park!  Everyone is welcome to this fun filled event! Event will be at Deland Park's Richardson Shelter. A dish to pass is encouraged to bring with you! Mental Health America will provide the meat, buns, and condiments. Sign up is required by stopping in Open Door (817 N 8th St, Sheboygan, WI) or calling Open Door (920) 783-6801.

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Mindful Moments LIVE - Levitt Amp Series

Mindful Listening with Doolin'
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When: August 16 2018 - August 16 2018
Time: 5:15 pm - 5:45 pm
Location: City Green

Join the MHA Mindful Team for a unique learning experience around mindful listening!
Enjoy a concert from the Levitt Amp Series brought to us by John Michael Kohler Arts Center, with a mindful moment beforehand to enhance the show even more! Complimentary!
Meet at City Green 5:15 pm -5:45 pm for Mindful Moments LIVE.  Bring a blanket, yoga mat, or lawn chair. Concerts follow at 6 pm & 7 pm.

 

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There is Hope {2018} Walk for Suicide Awareness & Prevention

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When: September 8 2018 - September 8 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Deland Park (Across from YMCA)

Join on the morning of Saturday, September 8th, at Deland Park in Sheboygan, for our 13th annual suicide awareness and prevention walk, There is Hope.  Last year over 500 individuals and families joined together to honor loved ones, support one another, and came together to bring awareness to suicide prevention and mental health.  

This event is powerful. It supports those who have experienced the real and tragic loss of a loved one to suicide while uplifting attendees to know that we can make a difference.  It supports programmatic efforts by MHA to help promote mental health and prevent suicide all year long.

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