Celebrate May Green Drinks with Health Works Institute, Transition Town Bozeman and 406Brewery! Come to Health Works Institute for organic treats, local brews, live music, lively discussion and – wait for it – chair massage at:
Wednesday, May 28th
Health Works is celebrating it’s 14th Anniversary with the opening of the massage school’s new facility at 407 West Main St. (across from the Willson School).
Come toast Health Works’ 14th Anniversary with a tour of the new school and hear briefly about the school’s whole body-mind approach to education, while enjoying organic munchies and sustainably brewed, local beers offered by co-host 406 Brewery. Matt Muth, owner, briefly describe the latest additions to the 406 menu.
Richard Weaver, Transition Town Bozeman founder, will speak briefly about the movement to catalyze a home-grown, citizen-led cooperative of vibrant, grassroots community initiatives focused toward building community self-reliance by creating sustainable, local food and energy resources and building local economic networks.
As a thank you gift to the community for 14 years of loyalty and support, Health Works will offer each of the first 50 attendees a gift certificate for a one-hour massage in our student massage therapy clinic!
The event is free and open to the public. As always, in the Green Drinks’ spirit, please bring a reuseable cup for your beverages. Thank you!