Art for MY Heart™ Program (monthly) Just as an artist raises his/her thumb to bring the subject into focus and perspective, this art program will bring YOUR memories into focus to create an artistic masterpiece to bring YOU peace and restore joy.
Dine with a Doc®, (monthly)-Variety of dates based on locations in Indiana and Illinois. www.dinewithadoc.com for all available dates and locations. Average attendance varies based on location.
The Purple Harp® (therapeutic music program for Veterans) to help veterans, who have served and now live with PTSD, anxiety, stress, and/or depression, to alleviate their symptoms by introducing them to therapeutic music. In many cases therapeutic music has been shown to improve symptoms of depression and anxiety while also improving the individual’s outlook on life.
I LIKE TO MOVE IT dance fitness exercise program- traditional aerobic movements involving all aspects of physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychological functionality, stimulating the body's natural physical and emotional healing processes with the powerful beat & rhythm of drumming an exercise ball with drumsticks to music lets participants exercise to the beat of their own drums. Therapeutic group drumming (as a wellness tool) has been proven to decrease depression, anxiety, and stress; boost immune system functioning; and benefit physical health.
Last Will and Testimony is a 4-part program designed to provide resources so one can make informed choices regarding long range planning and enhance their quality of life. This is an annual program.
Mingle with the Mayor is a monthly opportunity for general public to meet and mingle with the mayor. Each month a business sponsors the coffee and pie. Business sponsors are needed. Attendance varies based on month of sponsorship and location.
Passion in the park-Cancelled for 2021
Passion in the Park is a FREE live interactive non-denominational community performed “walking” drama of the Easter Story. It is open to everyone in the community and is Free of charge. The actors are volunteers who have collaboratively come together, from Terre Haute and neighboring communities, as one brotherhood for the purpose of sharing the message of God's son, Jesus Christ. This drama interactively walks you, the participant from the time when Jesus walked this earth through the events that led up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It captures the intense emotional journey made by the disciples and the awe-struck men and women who witnessed His teaching, His miracles, His suffering, and His triumphant resurrection as you are led from scene to scene experiencing it for yourselves accompanied by a guide.
Research has found that teddy bears can help people with Alzheimer's disease interact and communicate with others. Teddy bears have been
known to stimulate memories and improve communications with others and overall improves the quality of life for the Alzheimer patient and their families.The “Teddy Bear Picnic" was created to provide the opportunity for our community to be
heroes and enhance the quality of life for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s Disease.
The “Teddy Bear Picnic" was created to provide the opportunity for our community to be heroes and enhance the quality of life for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s Disease. It is requested to bring a teddy bear as a gift for an Alzheimer’s patient when you attend the picnic which will be a friend to someone who needs a special friend to hang onto.
Businesses may also donate teddy bears on behalf of thier organization to benefit the Alzheimer's patients at various facilities. In advance, on behalf of those who can't thank you personally---Thank you for making a difference!
A weekly class led by Patty and Greg Christy with the goal of showing you how you can immediately find joy in your life by raising your hands to praise and glorify God.
Worship is God enjoying us enjoying God!
Coffee with a Cop -stay tuned
Coffee with a Cop provides a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about the department’s work in the Vigo County neighborhoods. The majority of contacts law enforcement has with the public happen during emergencies, or emotional situations. Those situations are not always the most effective times for relationship building with the community, and some community members may feel that officers are unapproachable on the street. Coffee with a Cop breaks down barriers and allows for a relaxed, one-on-one interaction.