If you garden, walk or are otherwise an outdoor enthusiast, this lecture is for you. In California “tick season” is year-round, so learning about ticks is important. In this lecture, we will learn the latest hard facts on Lyme disease, how to prevent tick bites and get free materials you can use immediately such as a tick removal tool. Presented by Jo Ellis, Director of Education Outreach at Bay Area Lyme Foundation. She has more than 20 years of experience developing educational programming for schools, nonprofits, and corporations. She received her BA/MA from Cambridge University. Jo is a nationally recognized educator with Johns Hopkins University.
Space is limited so reserve your spot now by going to https://www.bayareaolderadults.org/2017-lecture-registration , fill out the form and check the box for Lecture 22. Detailed directions will be provided after registration. This event is organized by Bay Area Older Adults, a nonprofit organization that promotes the health and well-being of adults age 50+.