Blue Door Neighborhood CenterSM Celebrates Physical Opening of Locations
Posted July 2, 2021
Join us for an outdoor event to celebrate the physical opening of the Blue Door Neighborhood Center (BDNCSM) in South Lawndale on Monday, July 12, 2021, from noon to 2 p.m. Meet our staff, tour the center and pick up some produce at our farmers market. Invite your patients and staff, and bring your family for entertainment and music.
Come one, come all to the block party at the BDNC in Pullman on Saturday, July 17, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The family-centered block party will feature:
- Music and food
- 40+ double-dutch and South Shore drill teams
- Balloon artist
- Care Van®
- Health information
- Low-impact fitness demos
In July, we’re also hosting Minority Mental Health Month events such as:
- Mental Health Disparities in the Latino and Black Populations
- Coping with Stress
- Fall Prevention for Seniors
- Bingocize® – Bingo with fall prevention exercises
- Zumba® for Seniors
As with all programming at BDNC, events and classes are free and open to BCBSIL members and non-members.
These are just a few of the programs we’ll offer at our BDNC sites on multiple dates and times in July. Encourage your patients to check the online calendars at BDNC at Morgan Park, BDNC at Pullman and BDNC at South Lawndale for details and to register. They can also visit the BDNC Facebook page for other events and happenings at all three locations. If you or your patients have questions, email the BDNC or call 773-253-0900.
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