Walk with a Doc and More in Farmington and Farmington Hills

Bargain shopping and a community conversation are also among the events on this week's calendar.

Walk with a Doc on Thursday in Heritage Park. Photo credit: Patch file photo
Walk with a Doc on Thursday in Heritage Park. Photo credit: Patch file photo
Farmington area residents have the opportunity to chat with a Botsford Hospital doctor about back pain this week, along with many other activities.

Learn more about this month's Walk with a Doc and other events:

1. Bargain Shopper Mom

Melissa Buckles shares tips for saving money by using coupons, apps and more at the Farmington Community Library Main Library. More information about this Monday, 6:30 p.m., event can be found on the library's website

2. Total Wellness Fair

The City of Farmington Hills Senior Division hosts this free event for adults 50 and better on Tuesday, 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., at the Costick Center. There will be demonstrations, health screenings, assessments, and education, plus great door prizes. 

3. Support group for caregivers

Learn more about legal matters that are of particular importance to people who care for dementia patients during this Wednesday, 1 p.m., event at the Costick Center. 

4. Suicide awareness event

The Farmington Area Suicide Prevention Task Force hosts a Community Conversation Wednesday, 7 p.m., on the topic, "Coping with the Aftermath of a Suicide Attempt”. The meeting at Farmington Hills city hall is open to the public. 

5. Walk with a Doc

Meet at Heritage Park in Farmington Hills on Thursday at noon to walk and talk with Dr. Jeff S. Pierce about managing back pain. Meets rain or shine. Call to register: 1-877-477-3621, option 1.


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