Bring Your "No Shave November" Mustaches and Beards to One Final Bash before Sha

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Bring Your "No Shave November" Mustaches and Beards to One Final Bash before Sha


Bring your "No Shave November" mustaches and beards to one final bash before shaving them off at the Mustache Dash 5K presented by Heartland Regional Medical Center and the American Cancer Society.

Participants are encouraged to grow out their facial hair during the month of November and then commit their Mustache to Dash on Dec. 2nd to bring Mens Cancer Awareness to the public eye.

Race proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society and Relay For Life events of Southern Illinois to fund cancer research, local programs and services, and education on cancer prevention.

The registration fee is $25, which includes a T-shirt if registered by Nov. 24. Register online at runsignup.com by searching Mustache Dash 5K or find the registration form on Facebook at Relay For Life of Jackson County Carbondale.

SIU Campus Polar Plunge to come back February 17

Support the Special Olympics athletes of Illinois by jumping into the waters of the SIU Campus Lake on Saturday, Feb. 17 for the 2018 SIU Polar Plunge.

The funds raised from the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge will benefit the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois. Check-in for the plunge begins at 10 a.m. at 1493 Douglas Drive in Carbondale.

This is the 19th year of the LETR Polar Plunge. In 19 years, more than $18.4 million has been raised by more than 66,000 plungers.

All Polar Plungers are required to collect a minimum of $100 in donations. People are encouraged to come in costume and to form teams. A team must consist of a minimum of five plungers. Each team member must also raise the minimum of $100 in donations; all team members individual fundraising totals will be merged to form a combined team total. Statewide, teams are placed into divisions based on size and are awarded prizes for the most money raised.

Plungers can register for the Plunge at www.plungeillinois.com or by contacting Shane Bennett at sbennett@soill.org. Last-minute Plungers are welcome to register on-site the morning of the Plunge.

Science Center CafAaAaAeA@ November

At 7 p.m., on Thursday, Nov. 16, The Science Center of Southern Illinois will host a Science CafAaAaAeA@ entitled "Back to the Future: From Understandi to Engineering the Human Genome."

The speaker will be Keith Gagnon, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He will discuss such questions as How did we get from sequencing the human genome to being able to engineer it? What are the hopes of treating terrible diseases? What are the ethical issues involved?

The Science Center of Southern Illinois is located in University Mall, Carbondale. Admission to Science CafAaAaAeA@s is free and everyone is welcom Come early and enjoy a complimentary cup of Gloria Jeans coffee.

For more information call The Science Center at 618-529-5431 or email si.sciencecenter@gmail.com or Jolynn Smith at jsmith@micro.siu.edu or 618-549-2565

Womens Health Naturally Expo

On Saturday, Nov. 11, Dayemi Community Center in Carbondale will host a Womens Health Expo with more than 30 natural health care practitioners, six workshops and a panel discussion on "Healthy Approachs to Stress and Anxiety."

There will also a be an organic lunch and Journey Dance Movement to close out the day.

Interested participants can register for a full or half day. Preregistration end on Nov. 7, but individuals can always register at the door as well.

To register, go to Eventbrite.com or register at Town Square Market, 106 E. Jackson Street in Carbondale.

For more information, call 618-713-5996 or visit www.dayempurherbals.com.

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