EVENT SPOTLIGHT: Moody Gardens Launches Growing Together At Moody Gardens on October 4th

October 4th: “Wings of Color”- Join us for an up close look at some of our amazing birds with one of our Rainforest Biologists. Look at the different aspects and characteristics behind the species and what makes them so special and unique. After the keeper chat and seeing how different each bird species is in their own way, try painting yourself as a bird. Would you be an eagle soaring high, a macaw high in the trees of the rainforest or a clumsy penguin in the frigid arctic temperatures?

  • 9:30-10am: Sign in
  • 10am-10:10am: Coffee and Convo
  • 10:10am-10:45am: Opening Speech – Introducing the staff, overview on events from Oct.-Apr.
  • 10:45am-11:30am: Keeper talk with a Biologist (brings in the bird(s), talks about different species and adaptations, answers questions)
  • 10:45am-11:30am: Painting

Please park in the central parking lot and meet in the Visitor’s Center Circle where transportation will be to pick you up to take you to the meeting place. Event will be in the same room for the entire thing, wheelchairs can be accommodated.


Monthly Growing Together At Moody Gardens

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Moody Gardens will begin a monthly early-stage social engagement program, starting Tuesday, October 4th. This group will meet monthly from October to April.  Arrive at 9:30am, with the program starting at 10am. Each month will feature a different aspect of Moody Gardens.

These social engagement programs are a great opportunity for individuals with early-stage dementia to connect with others in a similar situation.  A friend, family member, or care partner should attend as well and will have the opportunity to share a meaningful experience as well as connect with others.

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krista_websiteMeet Krista Bohn, MPH, Outreach Coordinator – Bay Area/Galveston

Krista Bohn, MPH has been with the Alzheimer’s Association for over two and a half years.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences at Furman University and her Master in Public Health from Tulane University.  She lives in Galveston and enjoys running and being on the beach!

Contact information for Krista – kbohn@alz.org or 713-314-1363

AlzTex Admin

The Alzheimer's Association Houston & Southeast Texas Chapter (www.alz.org/texas) consists of families, caregivers, scientists, health professionals, and concerned citizens who are committed to finding a cure for Alzheimer's Disease and to easing the burden of Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders on patients and their families and loved ones.