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Fall 2015 - Week 7
Here's what's going on...
Join us every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 12:30-1:15 for some Mindfulness and Meditation. We meeet in SN 115 For more information email: email@example.com
Join us every Wednesday from 12:30-1:15 as we break the mold and escape from our desk to tour around the CSUN campus.
We meeet in SN 115
Commit to Be Fit is a free fitness and wellness program led by CSUN Kinesiology students four nights per week.Fitness Program Monday through Thursday 5:30-6:30PM More info click HERE
Be sure to make use of the Lactation Spaces around campus like this one in SN104! Click image to view map of other Lactation Spaces on the CSUN campus
WIC Program comes to CSUN Every Thursday
9am-1pm Room 104 in Santa Susanna Hall
CSUN faculty and staff are invited to a presentation about landscaping with CA native plants to save water and support biodiversity
-Tuesday, Oct. 13th from 12-1
-Education Building room 1214.
-limit of 25 participants so come early!
Liberation Based Healing Conference -Nov 13-14, -CSUN -For more information and to register click HERE
Dale's Clinic is offering FREE Dental Sealants
-children ages 6-18 years.
-Call for an appointment (818)842-8010
Special Needs Resource Fair
-Sat. Oct 17th
-Food Trucks, Music, and Entertainment
For more information click HERE
The Blues Project Fundraiser at Menchies
-Friday, Oct 30th
-20% of purchase will be donated
-See flyer for details
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Master Plan Town Hall
-Thursday, Oct 7th
-6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (RSVP)
-11301 Wilshire Blvd
The Blues Project is a suicide/depression prevention program that operates out of the University Counseling Services. Students participating in the program as peer educators present workshops to CSUN classes and campus groups and organiza-tions, as well as to other institutions in the San Fernando Valley.
On Thursday, October 15th Screening begins at 7:00 pm *Panel discussion with filmmakers to follow screening Nobbs Auditorium, Sequoia Hall Rm 114