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Community Events
Providence Events (For Providers)

For questions about events or registration, please call the contact provided or call (360) 493-7247.

Upcoming Community Events

Cancer Survivor Event

If you currently have cancer or had it in the past, you and a guest are invited to attend our fifth annual cancer survivor celebration. This free event will feature keynote speaker Scott Burton, a cancer survivor, world-class juggler and comedian. Hear from a panel of survivors, and experts on personalized oncology and genetic counseling. A continental breakfast and buffet lunch will be provided.

Living With and Beyond Cancer

Cancer can take a toll physically. It can also shake up your emotions, relationships, spiritual beliefs, finances and more. Providence Regional Cancer System and Mason General Hospital invite you to a free information session to help you cope with the many aspects of cancer. Cobie Whitten, PhD, has extensive experience working with cancer patients. As the session leader, she’ll provide information, resources and support for people at all points along the cancer journey. Patients, family members and friends are all welcome.

Cancer 101: Basics and beyond

Providence Regional Cancer System invites patients at all stages of treatment to attend a complimentary dinner event with our team of cancer experts.

From diagnosis to treatment and more, you’ll learn what to expect as you navigate the path ahead. Resources will be available, plus time to ask questions.

You do not need to be a Providence patient to attend – all community members are welcome! Bring a guest!

Darkness to Light

Learn to recognize and prevent child sexual abuse.

Foot and Ankle Pain Forum

Lewis County has expert physicians who can help you get where you need to go without the burden of foot and ankle pain. Join foot and ankle specialist Michael, Dujela, DPM, FACFACs, for a discussion on new innovative foot and ankle treatment options available locally.

Providence Events (For Providers)

Back Pain and Brain Damage: Primary Care and Neurosurgical Connections