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Congressman Tim Ryan - A Mindful Nation
Tim Ryan is an Ohio congressman who is active in the field of mindfulness; he is an advocate for promoting mindfulness practice as a means for addressing the complex problems facing our nation. On Monday, November 26 at 7pm at Newton South High School, in a talk jointly presented by The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society; Harvard Pilgrim Health Care; and Newton Community Education, Ryan will discuss his new book, "A Mindful Nation: How a Simple Practice can help us reduce stress, improve performance, and recapture the American Spirit." Ryan will share the stories of how he first encountered mindfulness, and what he continues to encounter and learn while traveling the country and speaking with people from all walks of life engaged in the practice and work of mindfulness. For more information or to register for this talk, call NCE at 617-559-6999, or visit www.newtoncommunityed.org.
|Where||Newton South High School 140 Brandeis Rd, Newton Center, MA 02459|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Newton South High School
Located in Newton Center, Newton South High School is one of two public high schools in Newton, with the other being Newton North High School in Newtonville. Most students that attend Newton South come from Brown and Oak Hill Middle Schools which are located just on the other side of the high school's athletic fields.
Students at the school have access to a wide range of AP courses and electives, preparing them for a life of higher education and success after high school. The student body is broken up into four "houses" -- Goldrick House, Goodwin House, Cutler House and Wheeler House -- each with its own housemaster, secretary and guidance counselors.
Newton South High School is a half-mile walk to the #52 bus, which stops at the intersection of Parker Street and Roosevelt Road.
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