Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Around Town

St.Luke's health events of note

Find out how nutrition needs change with age and how supplements fit in to a healthy diet at St. Luke's Center for Community Health's free lunchtime chat.

Registered dietician Liz LeFevre will address how the body absorbs nutrients differently at different stages of life and will provide guides for better eating at all stages of life.

The event is free and no registration is required, just show up Wednesday, June 6, from 12:15-1:15 p.m. at the clinic in Hailey and head for the Carbonate Rooms.

If a blood pressure check is needed, stop by the Hailey Post Office before the clinic where there are St. Luke's staff offering free checks from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

11th annual Wood River Cup on Wednesdays

Wednesday evenings through June 27, short track mountain biking is available for the whole family thanks to Road and Dirt, a nonprofit organization committed to promoting safe, fun and competitive bike events in the valley.

Gather at 5 p.m. at the Rotarun trailhead and Old Cutters Park. This is open to all ages.

For more information, call Billy Olsen at 788-1984 or email

Green for green benefits Sage School

The Sage School is the benefactor of the sale of trees and shrubs sold by Whitehead's Landscaping.

Buy one aspen tree and the second is free, and lilac, fruit trees, shrubs and more are also available.

For more information, call 578-2246.

Find out what's in the numbers

Who is toxic? Who is compatible? How to find a soul mate? What career is best?

Those questions and many others can be posed to Glynis McCants, a numerologist who will be holding a workshop in connection with the Sun Valley Wellness Institute on June 30 at 10:30 a.m. at All Things Sacred in Ketchum.

She will do readings throughout the class, and use people in the audience as her examples. Private readings will also be available on July 1 and 2.

Early-bird rate before June 15 is $100, $120 after. To register, sign up online at www.sunvalleywellnessin

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