In-Person – Evansville, Indiana for People with Parkinson’s and their Care Partners
September 14, 2022 6-8 PM
Aldersgate United Methodist Church
5130 Lincoln Ave.
Evansville, IN 47715
Come on down to Milk and Sugar on Franklin Street and enjoy 25% off ice cream and get to know us!
This event is solely based around spreading the word about our new Non-Profit “PDEVV Hub” and what we do!
We want to help our local community with any and all things Parkinson’s Disease related! Anyone and everyone is welcome, even if you have no idea what PD is or just want some ice cream…come on down! We would love to meet you!
Harley and Kathy (co-founders) to be there from 5:30 – 7:00 PM
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Many thanks to Oasis Senior Advisors and Lynn Maserejian for being a sponsor for the new Parkinson’s disease exercise class at CrossFit High Bar!
Come find the NEW location for Parkinson’s Exercise in Evansville! Make sure and bring your water bottle!