Events That Focus on Physical and Mental Health, Well-Being and Fitness, Includi

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Events that focus on physical and mental health, well-being and fitness, including runs, exercise events, screenings and support groups. Deadline is two weeks before event date.

Film on Alzheimer's: 1:30-3 p.m. Thursday, March 14. Hosted by the Barrington Area Council on Aging's Alzheimer's Association Support Group, this film is part of a four-part documentary series that was presented by HBO and the National Institute on Aging. This portion discusses the scientific aspects of Alzheimer's and addresses research to discover prevention methods and cures for the disease. Open to people who are experiencing memory loss and their care partner. Separate activities for the people with memory loss. For location and registration, call (847) 852-3890.

What Do I Need to Know About Bone Health & Arthritis: 6 p.m. Thursday, March 14, Alden Estates of Barrington, 1420 S. Barrington Road, Barrington. A free seminar about osteoporosis, arthritis and the less invasive anterior hip approach for hip replacement. RSVP to (847) 382-6664 or online at www.AldenEstatesofBarrington.com. Tours will be offered immediately following.

Grief Share Support Group: 6-7 p.m. Sundays through May 12, Faith Lutheran Church, 24300 Grass Lake Road, Antioch. The group meets weekly and you can join at any time. Everyone is welcome no matter how recent or how long ago your loss. …

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