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Mind Matters Conversation: Increase in Stress and Anxiety in Abrahamic Faith Cultures

When Aug 20, 2019
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Rochester Art Center
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Mental Health: Mind Matters, produced for North America by the Science Museum of Minnesota in collaboration with Heureka, The Finnish Science Centre, is a multidimensional, hands-on exhibit designed to bring greater understanding about mental health to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Mind Matters is designed to inspire awareness and engagement on a timely, urgent and often sensitive topic for people, families and communities. Mind Matters features immersive content around how our society defines mental illness, what it’s like to live with a mental illness.

 

Dee Sabol

Diversity Council Executive Director

507.282.9951 | diversitycouncil.org | [email protected]

Mobile 719.338.2943 | 1130 ½ 7th Street NW, Rochester MN 55901

Hello!

 

To complement the Mind Matters exhibit, on select weeknights throughout the summer we will dive deeper into a variety of mental health topics.

 

I am reaching out today to let you know about a conversation put on by the Diversity Council - Increase in Stress and Anxiety in Abrahamic Faith Cultures - which will take place on August 20 from 6-8pm at the Rochester Art Center. More information below.

 

Tickets are available on Event Brite (click the photo to go to the site!). And we have more information here on our site under upcoming events: https://communityengagement.mayoclinic.org/mind-matters/ 

 

We hope you will spread the word and can join us!

 

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