What better way to revel in the lengthening of the days and nature’s response to new warmth than taking a walk?
On Feb. 8, join TMC Senior Services, TMC’s wellness team, artist Gail Roberts and the Healing Art Program on a walk that will feature the newly installed Butterfly Project bridge on campus, which commemorates the children lost in the Holocaust through hand-painted ceramic butterflies.
The .7 mile walk, one-way, will also celebrate the Women of Honor courtyard at TMC, where guests can enjoy the sculptural garden and light refreshments. Guests can walk back to the starting location or hop on a courtesy shuttle for the one way return.
“TMC has long believed that patients, staff and visitors respond to surroundings that inspire, encourage and cheer them, whether through art or nature,” said Maya Luria, director of TMC Senior Services. “This walk is also an opportunity to make new connections and enjoy the outdoors, which is an important part of wellbeing.”
For more information or to register for the event, please visit https://www.tmcaz.com/body.cfm?id=324®istration=true&action=detail&ref=4090