Events

We offer special events throughout the year. Check back for exhibit openings, classes, conferences, summer programs, the Museum’s Annual General Meeting and more. Below is a listing of multiple upcoming events for you to attend.

 

Public Health Museum invites you to World TB Day Exhibit and Presentation on

Friday March 24, 2017

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Register today for a great evening program

Maintaining Our Brain Power!

MaAOHN would like to invite you to a special evening event on April 4th in Tewksbury, MA.

We will be celebrating Public Health Week with a reception, tours of the Public Health Museum and an educational presentation.

We all face aging, and everything about us slows down as we age. This includes our brain power. However, there are steps we can take to maximize what we have. These include what we eat and how we exercise our brain. Dr. Shea will discuss simple steps that can make a difference.

At the completion of this session participants will be able to:

    1) Discuss how nutrition and supplements can maximize brain health and delay age-related cognitive decline.
    2) List 2-3 steps for improving cognition.
    3) Discuss how nutritional supplementation can buffer the impact of genetics and improve and maintain mental performance.


The presenter:

Thomas B. Shea, Ph.D.
Professor & Director
Laboratory for Neuroscience
Department of Biological Sciences
UMass Lowell

When:

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
from 5:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Agenda:

5:00-6:15 pm:
Light Refreshments
Tour the Museum

6:15 pm: Introductions

6:30-7:30 pm: Program

Certificate of Attendance: 1 Hour

We look forward to seeing you. Feel free to bring a friend!

Click on the orange link below to register. Register early as seats can not be guaranteed for late registrants.

REGISTER

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The Museum and Tewksbury Library invites you to a Play by Lynn Eckhert, M.D., D.P.H.

Life and Times of Elizabeth Blackwell – The First Female Physician

    

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Please join us on Friday April 7th as the Museum concludes National Public Health Week

We will be hosting our Keynote Speaker, DPH Commissioner, Monica Bharel, a Panel who will discuss the future of Local Public Health, and open mic for attendees.