Saturday, February 20, 2016

Nurses & the Humanities
Friday, March 4, 2016
Hubbard Street Dance Center
1147 W. Jackson (at Racine)
Chicago, IL 60607

Program Donation $20.00 and $10.00 for students.
Make check payable to Hektoen Nurses and the Humanities
Mail to:
Hektoen Institute
Attention: Dennis Ronowski & Mary Ann McDermott
2240 W. Ogden, 2nd Floor,
Chicago, IL 60612

Mary Ann McDermott
RSVP confirmed upon receipt of payment.

Everyone is welcome to the program. Space is limited.
RSVP is required before
February 29th
Free parking in Target Lot closest to Hubbard Street Building Accessible by CTA: Blue Line Racine Stop or Bus #126 Racine and Van Buren for specifics see www
Nurses & the Humanities
at Hektoen Institute of Medicine
is pleased to invite you to this exciting event!
Hubbard Street Parkinson's Project
Friday, March 4, 2016 - 
5:00pm -7:30pm
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is proud to offer the oldest Parkinson's dance program in the Midwest, Hubbard Street Parkinson's Project. 
The program uses contemporary dance techniques to work to slow the progress of the disease, as well as providing a community of support for our students. All Hubbard Street Parkinson's Project dancers explore improvisation, technique and artistry in the long-running class and community. Classes are designed to be drop-in for participants or as multiple opportunities for dancers to meet and learn together. Participants in this workshop will experience a standard Parkinson's Project class, with opportunity to ask questions and discuss how to apply movement activities to their work.  Workshop presented by Kathryn Humphreys and staff, the Director of Youth, Education, and Community Programs.  
Refreshments 5-5:30 Class/Demonstration 5:30-6:30 Discussion/Application 6:30-7:30

Hektoen Institute
2240 W. Ogden Ave. 2nd FLR.
Chicago, Illinois 60612
About Nurses & the Humanities
The Hektoen Institute Nurses and Humanities Advisory Committee provides humanistic, creative and interactive educational opportunities to clinicians. We endeavor to expand imaginative horizons and to explore the arts as a source of healing for the self and for providing compassionate and holistic care to others. Our interactive arts-focused programs offer opportunities to network outside the health care arena and to explore the untapped healing potential of creativity.