Emerson Hospital Auxiliary~ Upcoming Programs of Interest

Special to The Bedford Citizen

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the Auxiliary of Emerson Hospital invites families with young children to participate in a free Valentine crafting party on Tuesday, February 12.

At “Little Hands, Big Hearts,” all the Valentine trimmings will be provided to make special handmade cards that will be given to patients at Emerson Hospital on Valentine’s Day.

Best for children ages 3-10, this festive, drop-in event will take place in the Cheney Conference Room at Emerson Hospital between 2:30 and 4:30 pm.

‘Little Hands, Big Hearts’ is a wonderful opportunity for young children to have some creative fun and help brighten the spirits of people in the community who are hospitalized. Members of Emerson’s Auxiliary will staff the crafts tables.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Parking will be validated.

Bring your friends and family and have fun at this creative “giving back to the community” Valentine’s event. Community partners Concord Animal Hospital and Concord Teacakes are sponsors of Little Hands, Big Hearts.  For more information, please contact Christine Kielar at emersonauxiliary@gmail.com or 978-287-8765. Although not required, registration is appreciated by visiting www.emersonhospital.org/LHBH

Looking Ahead to ‘Emersong‘ ~ A Benefit for Emerson Hospital

For the third year, Bedford’s Rolling Tones will perform at Emersong, along with other a cappella groups from local high schools and colleges.

The fun will begin at 7 pm on Saturday evening, March 2 at Kerem Shalom, 659 Elm Street in Concord. The program will benefit Emerson Hospital’s mental health and substance misuse programs. Advance tickets are

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