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Get Outside: Why Getting Outdoors Can Help Your Well-Being

  • Next Date & Time

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    Tuesday, Oct 05, 2021 1 p.m.-2 p.m.
    (Single Session)
  • Venue & Location

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    Online via Microsoft Teams

  • Fee & Registration

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    Free, Registration Required


Lyle Nelson is a world-class athlete, having competed in the biathlon in four Olympic Games, and has had a long, vibrant career as a community health expert. Lyle, a lifelong student of the outdoors, will share his passion for—supported by scientific evidence—the potential health benefits of spending time outside. 

He will explain how being outside can revitalize our minds and bodies, regardless of our age or fitness level, including how it may reduce feelings of stress and anxiety by decreasing fight or flight hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, and increase the feel-good hormones, such as serotonin, dopamine and endorphins. 

Join to be inspired and motivated to step outside.


Register Online | Call to register or for more information: (208) 727-8733

This Event Will Use Microsoft Teams

Attend Online Using Your Computer, Tablet or Mobile Phone

Microsoft Teams will allow you to attend this event virtually using your personal device.