UW Health Partners Watertown Regional Medical Center (WRMC) is hosting a free Community Open House celebrating “What Matters Most” on Thursday, June 14th from 5pm until 7pm at WRMC, 125 Hospital Drive in Watertown.
This year’s celebration includes activities for all ages including music from Mama Digdowns Brass Band, giant inflatables, a karate clinic, Bucky Badger, a new Art Tank activity, and a scavenger hunt in the American Family Children’s Hospital.
The Watertown High School Blue Revue will offer a free dance clinic for kids ages five and up starting at 5pm. They will then give a special performance on the main stage at 6pm. No pre-registration necessary.
In addition, WRMC will be asking community members for input on “What Matters Most” when it comes to healthcare, kicking off a community-wide summer listening campaign. As WRMC continues to transform the healthcare experience, community feedback is vital. The information gathered at this event and others throughout the summer will be used to shape the future of healthcare in the Watertown region. For more information, or to share your input on the listening campaign, please visit uwhpwatertown.com/WhatMatters.
The Farmer’s Market will be operating from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in the adjacent Center for Women’s Health parking lot. The Watertown Safety Center will also be on-site, offering expert-fitted bike helmets for children and adults for just $10.
No matter what your age, the celebration has something for everyone. For more information, please visit www.uwhpwatertown.com/CommunityCelebration.