Dunkin Donuts Nutrition

January 4, 2011 by staff 

Dunkin Donuts Nutrition, Anjali Yoga and Wellness: Offers a variety of classes throughout the week: Basics 6-7:15 pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays; Basics 10-11:15 am Tuesday, and debit from 9-10:30 am on Saturday. No yoga on New Year’s Day. (508) 212-6521. Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford.

Gentle Yoga: With the help of a chair will offer by 10 to 11 am on Tuesday, organized by the Center Buttonwood. (508) 991-6170, ext. 5. And 3 per class. Not only seniors but also the physically disabled can benefit from this form of yoga. Tifereth Israel Synagogue Hall, 145 Brownell Ave., New Bedford.

Dartmouth YMCA: Offers several fitness classes for adults, including yoga, pilates, stretch upper, Zumba, cardio kickboxing, boot camp and more. (508) 993-3361. Gulf Road, Dartmouth.

Tai Chi Yang Style Form 24: $ 15 per session by appointment. All levels are welcome. (508) 938-5218. 1133 Fisher Road, South Dartmouth.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: the Fairhaven Recreation Center on Saturday from 8 am-9 pm 30 instructor Andre Dedeco “Almeida is a fourth degree black belt and founder of Bestway BJJ. Eight-week program. Ages 7-15 boys and girls. $ 175 and 150 members. (508) 993-9257. 227 Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven.

Community Blood Drive: will be held from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 3 at the Unitarian Memorial Church. In exchange for a pint of blood, to receive a coupon for a pound of Dunkin Donuts coffee. Individuals must be at least 17-years (16 with parental permission), weigh at least 110 pounds and in good general health. (800) RED-CROSS or For more information contact Richard C. Brodeur, (774) 263-5019 or brodeur.richard @ 102 Saint Verde, Fairhaven.

Fairhaven Recreation Department: Drop-in Zumba, 5-6 Mondays and Wednesdays and Saturdays 9-10 am, registration is not required, and 7, and 5 members. (508) 993-9269. Vinyasa Yoga, Cardio classes Mis and Benderball. (click “Departments” for recreation). 227 Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven.

Natural childbirth classes: Taught by Lisa Elliott, certified childbirth educator. The classes cover information on labor and delivery, breathing techniques, support and comfort measures for birth partner. (508) 994-1250. Fairhaven.

Now and Zen Yoga Community Center: Offers courses for beginners, advanced, preschool, children, adolescents and couples. Call (508) 997-7224 or visit for a complete schedule. 53, Main Street, Fairhaven.

Zumba: Fitness classes are held from 10 to 11 am every Thursday during the autumn season, taught by Jodi Craft. And 7 per class. (508) 996-4828. Carousel Family Fun Center, 4, boulevard David Brown., Fairhaven.

Senior Stretch & Exercise: New 10-week session, led by Karen Corcoran, certified specialist in fitness for seniors, 9:30 to 10:30 Tuesday and Thursday-Friday in Room First Congregational Church communion. $ 45 for three days a week, first class free, attends a session at any time. Classes of low-impact aerobics, weights and stretching appropriate for all levels. (508) 295-1567. Marion.

Fun, low impact dance classes: 10-11 am Wednesday (Zumba Gold) and Fridays (Cardio Dance-Fit). $ 4 drop-in. Contact: Ellie, certified instructor, (508) 758-2782. Social and Wellness Center, 17 Barstow St., Mattapoisett.

Yoga with Laura: Mondays and Thursdays at 18 pm and Saturdays at 8:30 am at ARTISANA. And 12 drop-in, 5 classes and 45. Limited to 12 students. Bring your own mat if possible. (508) 291-2726 or 215, avenue appearance. Apparition.

Express workouts: Noon-12: 30 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the YMCA of the Gleason family. And 7 per class, members free, no pre-registration required. (508) 295-9622. 33, Pond Road office, Wareham.

Southcoast Diabetes Management Programs: Courses offered at all three hospital sites on the following topics: Basics of diabetes, gestational diabetes, glucose monitoring, insulin pumps, and glucose sensors, changes in style life, medication management, nutrition, survival skills and weight management. For information, call (508) 324-3260 or toll free (877) 212-9135. / diabetes. Location: 283 Pleasant Street, Building 1, Fall River, 49 State Road, Building Mashpee, North Dartmouth, and Tobey Hospital, 43 High Street, Wareham.

Vaccines against influenza: Will be given by the nurse Westport town residents of the city, by appointment only. The cost is covered by Medicare Part B and selects HMOs. For those without insurance, the cost is $ 10. Call (508) 636-1030 to schedule. Westport.

Free blood pressure and health advice: Offered by Community Nurse and Hospice Palliative Care, 2-3 pm Tuesdays at Fairhaven Town Hall, 40 Centre St., Fairhaven, 9 am first Tuesdays at Oxford Terrace Housing Complex, Fairhaven; first 10 hours on Tuesday McGann Housing Complex, Fairhaven, 10:00 30-11:30 first / third Wednesdays Fairhaven Council on Aging, 9-10 am Wednesdays at Acushnet Council on Aging, South Main Street, Acushnet , and 9-10 pm Friday second to Dartmouth Council on Aging, Dartmouth Street, Dartmouth. (508) 992-6278.

Southcoast Health Van: Offers blood drives and health screenings (9 am-3 pm 30. January 4, Dunkin Donuts, 234 Milliken Blvd, Fall River, 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. on January 6, Dunkin Donuts, 1091 St. Kempton, New Bedford). Visit or call (800) GIVE-LIFE for more details. For health criteria or check, call (508) 679-7131 (screenings) or (508) 961-5320 (blood donor). For cancellations road visit.


Cancer Support: New monthly meeting for cancer patients and their families, 6:30-8 pm Thursdays at First Army Hi. Free. Contact: Liliana Costa, (508) 997-6561, or Mark Estes, (508) 758-4088. 619 Purchase St., New Bedford.

Large health center in New Bedford Community: drugs against HIV Adherence Support Group, 2-3 pm Thursdays. For details, contact Susan Arsenault at (508) 992-6553, Ext. 155. 874 Purchase St., New Bedford.

Panic attack, anxiety and stress program: ideal program, offered by local meetings Panic Relief Inc., which will be held on Wednesday, 7 pm, in the process of forming. (732) 940-9658 or New Bedford.

Parents Enduring Grief: For parents who have experienced miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, fetal or infant death, 7-8:30 pm second Thursday at the White House Living Room at St. Luke’s Hospital, free, (508) 997-1515, ext. 5500. Page 101 St., New Bedford.

Support group for parents: Parents Helping Parents meets Tuesdays 7-8:30 at the Family Resource and Development Centre. Group is anonymous, free and confidential. For more information, call Pat at (508) 446-3973 or visit 105 William Street, third floor, New Bedford.

Caring for someone with impaired memory: Sponsored by Community Nurse & Hospice Care, 6-7:30 pm Wednesdays fourth at the Acushnet Council on Aging. Free transportation and home care available. A Portuguese interpreter will be on site. Patricia Midurski, (508) 996-0368. 59 1 / 2 S. Main St., Acushnet.

Diocesan Divorced and Separated Support Group: Meets 7-8:30 pm second / last Thursday. Refreshments available. December 30: “When tempers flare” video presentation. Call Scottie or Jerry Foley, (508) 999-6420, from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m.; Bob Menard at (508) 965-2919, or Joanne Dupre at (508) 965-9296. St. Julie Parish Church Center, 494 Slocum Road, N. Dartmouth.

Parkinson’s Support Group: hold its next meeting at 1:00 p.m. Jan. 13 at the Dartmouth Council on Aging. President Jennifer Davis, a former professional dancer with classical training who uses rhythmic tempos and incorporates mind, body and emotion in dance sequences designed for those with Parkinson’s disease. (508) 999-4717. 628, Dartmouth Street, Dartmouth.

Life, Part II: Programme of support for all cancer patients and their families, share experiences, strengths and hopes, 11 hours Tuesday. Saint Anne’s Hospital Regional Cancer Care-campus Dartmouth, 537 Faunce Corner Road, North Dartmouth.

Stroke support group: 4-5:30 pm third Wednesday. Veronica Robdau, (508) 961-5769. Autumn Glen, Dartmouth (formerly Heritage of Dartmouth), 239 Cross Road, Dartmouth.

Education and caregiver support groups: Sponsored by Community Nurse & Hospice Care, 1-2 pm first Wednesdays at Fairhaven Council on Aging. Free transportation and home care available. A Portuguese interpreter will be on site. Patricia Midurski, (508) 996-0368. 229 Huttleston Ave., Fairhaven.

Support group Homicide: Sponsored by the POMC Southeast Massachusetts (parents of murdered children) 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. third Thursday at Unitarian Memorial Church, in Central Harrop. All families and friends are welcome. For more details, please contact Beverly Bailey Myers, (508) 240-4255, (508) 743-0773 or 102 Saint Verde, Fairhaven.

Survivors of homicide victims: support meeting on Thursday third. Contact: Beverly Bailey Myers, (508) 240-4255 or, Anne Murphy, (508) 743-0773. Unitarian Memorial Church, 102 Green St., Fairhaven.

Cancer Support Groups: Cancer Centers at Charlton Memorial Hospital Southcoast offers Breast Cancer Support Group West and East, support groups for patients who were newly diagnosed with breast cancer, complementary therapies, classes for oncology patients in Yoga, Reiki, meditation, massage therapy and more, (508) 697-7800; Introductions East and West, support groups for patients with a diagnosis of cancer who are starting treatment or are under treatment Post-treatment group for patients with a diagnosis of cancer are no longer in treatment, and supporters of, third Thursdays 6-7:30. The entrance is off of Prospect Street at the rear of the hospital. Information on groups of the West: Susan Domingo, (508) 679-3131, Ext. 2530, groups from the East: Linda Casey, (774) 206-4111. 363 Highland Ave. Fall River.

GAPS (gastricly changed people): Support group for people who have had or are thinking of getting a gastric bypass, 6:30 pm alternate Tuesdays at Fall River. Among the guest speakers.,, or (508) 677-9533. Fall River.

All studies to drug stage Big Book: Will be held on Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 pm if you have a problem with a specific substance or more of alcohol, drugs, eating, shopping, games, co-dependency and relationship issues that 12-step program can be for you. Use the “Process of Big Book Study stage.” Call Lori (508) 685-2195. 27 Church Street, Mattapoisett.

Support group for caregivers: 7-8:30 pm Wednesday at the Middleboro Council on Aging, Leonard E. Simmons Multi Service Senior Center. (508) 946-2490. 558 Plymouth St., Middleboro.

Support group for parents meets 6:30-8 pm Wednesdays at The HUB. Free. Refreshments served. Rose, (774) 259-1633. 23 rue Wareham, Middleboro.

Alzheimer caregiver-DEMENTIA SUPPORT GROUP: Meets first Mondays 12:30-2 Somerset Ridge Center, (508) 679-2240. 455 Brayton Ave., Somerset.

Coping with pain: 8-week support group and educational series, 1-2:30 pm every Monday. Free. Pre-registration: Scott A. Ciosek, Beacon Hospice (508) 747-7222. Wareham Council on Aging, 48, Marion Road, Wareham.

Depression / Support Groups Bi-Polar: Meets 6:30-7:30 pm first Thursday at the Wareham Free Library. Friends, family and supporters welcome. Tom, (508) 295-3286. Marion Road, Wareham.

Food Addicts Anonymous in Recovery (FA): Meets in Wareham at 7 pm and Tuesday 8 pm Friday at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 74 High Street (lower back), and 9 am Wednesday at the YMCA Family Gleason, 33 Burden Pond Road. (781) 932-6300. Also, in Fairhaven, the group meets every Sunday to 18 hours from 30 to 391 Alden Road, contact Eric (508) 758-8418. No dues, fees or weigh-in.

Lyme disease: Lyme disease Southcoast & Tick Borne Disease Support Group will not meet due to holidays in December. Meetings will resume January 3. Information, support and resources are shared; speakers are also planned. $ 2 donation requested. Call Barbara (508) 636-7569 or Deb (508) 496-8850 for details. 930 Main Road, Westport.

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