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Free Public Health Week Events Planned, from Narcan Training to Antibiotic Resistance

Tewksbury’s PHM has something for everyone

As part of the annual recognition of Public Health Week, The Public Health Museum will be presenting a series of events for the community April 3 – 8.

Through virtual and in-person programming, the museum will host legislators, public health professionals and the general public for a week of events covering historical and current public health information.

Learn about antibiotic resistance in our food supply with WIRED’s Maryn McKenna or receive Narcan training — you could save a life. Tour the museum and state hospital grounds, learn about rural health today in Massachusetts or visit a smallpox cemetery. There’s something for everyone.

See below for flyers for different events. All are free and open to everyone, though pre-registration is requested for planning. You can find more information and registration links here.

For more information, please email the museum at

Full list of events.

Narcan training could save a life!

Experience a new trail.

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