The Public Health Partnership Conference offers opportunities to network with colleagues, exhibitors and sponsors from around New York State. Though we won't able to enjoy each other's company during our traditional evening networking event, we are please to bring to you FOUR unique opportunities to relax and unwind with colleagues and friends at this year's event.
All events are included at no additional cost to you with a paid registration. Come for the entertainment, come to relax, come for the friendship, come for the giveaways!
Virtual Cooking Class and Dinner Party
Wednesday, April 28, 6-8 PM (EST)
Conference participants are invited to take part in a dynamic plant-based cooking class and intimate dinner party.
In advance of the event, participants will receive a list of ingredients and equipment for the cooking class.
At the conclusion of the cooking class, where participants are invited to cook along, folks will be broken out into intimate dinner party groups of 6-10. In these groups, you'll share a meal and connect with other conference participants.
The host of this event is Alicia Walter of Broadfork Farm. Alicia is an experienced culinary instructor and former NYC restaurant owner with a penchant for cooking on farms. Broadfork is a net-zero farm project in Millerton, NY.
Morning Yoga with Char Daigle
Thursday, April 29, 8-8:30 AM (EST)
Join Char Daigle, founder of Yoga Station, for a 30 minute Gentle Morning Yoga class. Perfect for beginners, and those cultivating a beginner's mind, we'll incorporate movement, breath and mindfulness practices to achieve a relaxed body, still mind, and open heart. A yoga mat is nice but not necessary - just bring yourself!
Live Happy Hour for Hope Magic Show
Thursday, April 29, 6-7 PM (EST)
Join us for an hour of inspiration, fun, and magic with your host, Andrew Bennett, leadership and personal development speaker, consultant, and professor, 2x TEDx presenter, and magician. Andrew will be sharing his special brand of “Magic on Purpose,”—entertaining experiences of wonder with uplifting and empowering messages. Join us and revitalize your spirit!
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Friday, April 30, 8-8:30 AM (EST)
Meditation has become an integral part of healthy living, particularly during times of stress and uncertainty .
Ginny Oehler, a certified meditation coach and founder of A Mindful Edge, will lead participants through three forms of meditation : Focus meditation, Awareness meditation and Guided Visualization. Ginny’s background includes executive leadership in health and human services organizations. She is the chief architect of the Health Leadership Fellows program of the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York and for the Missouri Foundation for Health.
Join us for an experience of relaxation through meditation.