On Saturday, August 15, St. John’s Medical Center will host the film
premiere, “The Embrace of Aging,” at the National Museum of
Wildlife Art at 7:00 p.m.
In the film, director/producer Keith Famie and his team illustrate the
male and female aging process through the viewpoints of medicine and science
as well as human-interest stories.
The film documents three years of stories from around the world, capturing
the lives of men and women from the countryside of Sardinia, Italy, to
the small villages in Okinawa, Japan, to the mountaintops of Jackson Hole,
Wyo (where men hold an annual “Manuary” winter retreat and
girlfriends hike trails in the summer). The film features local Jackson
residents Connie Kemmerer and co-executive producer Tom Rau, among others.
Ticket are free and a limited number are still available at St. John’s
Medical Center Wellness Department at 625 E. Broadway.
The Museum's doors open at 6:30 pm and a cash bar is available.
For more information, please call 739-7244. This presentation is part of
the St. John's Medical Center Words on Wellness program, which is
funded in part by the St. John's Hospital Foundation.
Media Contact: Karen Connelly,
email@example.com, 307 739 7380
St. John's Medical Center in Jackson, Wyoming, offers patient-centered
care, clinical excellence, and community wellness through a full-service
hospital, primary care and specialty physician practices, and a long-term
care Living Center. For more information, visit tetonhospital.org
St. John’s Hospital Foundation works to broaden the community’s
understanding of and support for St. John’s Medical Center and to
inspire philanthropy to improve the health of our community. For more
information about the Foundation, please visit stjohnshospitalfoundation.org