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The Cure is Coming

The Expressive Art Institute will be creating foot rocks for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place fundraising teams for the The Cure is Coming on May 5, 2012 in Lexington, MA.  Proceeds for this 5K race, walk and fundraiser support ALS Therapy DeveIopment Institute research programs.  Sign up to join the 5K race / walk under Team Pacy or just come out to enjoy the children's activities (sponsored by the Expressive Art Institute), food and fun.  Children's activities include face painting, temporary tattoos, arts & crafts, and relays.  

Network Chiropractic Healing Center Expressive Rock Art Workshop

2012 Expressive Rock Art Workshop meets on July 1, 2012.  Contact us if you would like to attend or to be added to our mailing list.    
Boston Walk to DeFeet ALS, Saturday, September 29th

Walk to DeFeet ALS, one foot at a time.  Team Pacy and the Expressive Art Institute will be running the children's activities at the Massachusetts Chapter ALS Association's 2012 Boston Walk, Castle Island Park, to include face-painting, "arts & crafts" and temporary tattoos.  

Sign up here to walk for the event, donate, volunteer or come to Castle Island and purchase our rock art.  Proceeds benefit research and patient programs sponsored by the Massachusetts Chapter ALS Association.  Contact the Expressive Art Institute for more details. 

16th Annual "Cliff Walk" For A.L.S.

The A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation is proud to announce that the 16th Annual "Cliff Walk" For A.L.S. It will take place on Sunday, September 9, 2012! Come spend an exhilarating day on the beautiful, scenic Cape Cod Canal (at the Buzzards Bay Recreation Area) and join hundreds of walkers for a full day of fun and fundraising, featuring activities for the whole family, including raffles, prizes, games, lunch, and of course a 7-mile walk along the canal!  The Expressive Art Institute will be painting faces and giving away glow-in-the-dark tatoos. 
Rock Art Saturdays

This is an artist collaboration and the workshop meets monthly in downtown Boston. Led by the Expressive Art Institute, artists create something special for one of the upcoming events to benefit ALS research and patient programs. Our foot rocks are used to remind the community to walk to "DeFeet" ALS.  
Lyme Awareness of Cape Cod

Lyme Awareness of Cape Cod had several special events to raise public health awareness for tick-born illness this year. We were fortunate to be a part of two special events, including the first annual "I walk for Lyme Lobster Boil-Clam Bake / Cookout."  Please look out for special events in the upcoming year.  These people are working for a cure and prevention!     

See photos of Chris and I dressed as clowns and ticks to remind children of tick safety.  I think we made a few cry . . . 

Check out their site and remember to walk with us.