• Community Screenings and Events

    There are numerous wellness activities happening all around our region in any given week. The community wellness calendar brings together the events, education and resources you need to make healthy living a priority. Be sure to take advantage of the unique opportunities our community partners and other members have to offer.

  • Community screenings and education


  • Diabetes Self Management Program - Bristol Regional Medical Center - September

    September 09, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Holston Valley Medical Center - September

    September 17, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Hawkins County Memorial - September

    September 19, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Tri-Cities Lifestyles Center - September

    September 25, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Lonesome Pine Hospital - October

    October 06, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Bristol Regional Medical Center - October

    October 14, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Holston Valley Medical Center - October

    October 15, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Hawkins County Memorial - October

    October 17, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Tri-Cities Lifestyles Center - October

    October 23, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Bristol Regional Medical Center - November

    November 11, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Holston Valley Medical Center - November

    November 19, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Tri-Cities Lifestyles Center - November

    November 20, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Hawkins County Memorial - November

    November 21, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Lonesome Pine Hospital - December

    December 01, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Bristol Regional Medical Center - December

    December 02, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Holston Valley Medical Center - December

    December 17, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Tri-Cities Lifestyles Center - December

    December 18, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

    Diabetes Self Management Program - Hawkins County Memorial - December

    December 19, 2014

    The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a six-hour, physician-referred class for patients. Family members and friends are invited to attend and learn alongside their loved ones. Specially trained registered nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators explain how to manage diabetes through nutrition, lifestyle changes, exercise and - when appropriate - proper use of medications. Patients learn why standards of care - having their blood glucose levels, eyes and feet checked regularly - are essential to their health. Class participants also learn about the long-term complications of diabetes.

  • Entertainment and recreation


  • The Virginian 6.6K

    September 27, 2014

    Patients and caregivers at the Nicewonder Cancer Center go the extra mile every day when battling cancer. So The Virginian 6.6K is one mile longer than the traditional 5K run and will benefit the cancer center. This is a beautiful course offering the most spectacular scenery as it winds through The Virginian, a premier golfing community in Bristol. Professional race management and electronic tag timing will be provided by State of Franklin Track Club and the course is USTAF certified. There is also a 2-mile fun walk for all ages.

  • Exercise and Fitness


  • Smoke and Fire 5k

    September 12, 2014

    Johnny Cash and the Rings of Fire would certainly be proud of the Smoke and Fire 5k. This timed nighttime 5k brings the heat, with a flaming hot fire show and smoking good time. All participants who register before 9.4.2014 receive a LED Light Band and Smoke and Fire 5k shirt.

    Miracle Marathon Kickoff

    September 16, 2014

    Miracle Marathon is the new signature athletic event for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. As an online fundraiser, participants sign up and pledge to walk a mile a day – at their own pace and wherever they choose – for 27 days, with a public event happening to celebrate the final 1.2 miles.


  • How do I submit an event to LiveWell?

    LiveWell members can submit events about local and regional wellness initiatives, education opportunities and resources that support LiveWell. Simply log in to your LiveWell member profile or join LiveWell to submit your events.