Community


Power Over Cancer

A Conversation with the East Gainesville Community

This event is an opportunity for the UF Health Cancer Center and members of the East Gainesville community to share ways to increase diversity, equity, inclusion and cultural sensitivity relating to cancer prevention, care and research.

Wilmot Botanical Gardens

About: Wilmot Botanical Gardens is a free, five-acre garden with accessible walkways and plenty of benches for relaxing. In addition, there is a therapeutic horticulture program housed in a greenhouse in the gardens. The program is available to those affected by cancer. It is a most worthwhile activity for the mind and spirit, and no experience is necessary! Caregivers are welcome. There is a small parking lot adjacent to the greenhouse that you can park in for free during the sessions. Call or email Leah Diehl for more information: leahdiehl@ufl.edu or 352-294-5003.

Where: Wilmot Botanical Gardens Greenhouse
When: Call/email for current schedule