Location:  Embarcadero Conference Room ITS-1820 Ampersand; ITS-1820 Asterisk 1820 Embarcadero Road  |  Palo Alto, CA   We are going paperless! It’s simple.  To prepare for your Biometrics, just do the following: Find a convenient biometric screening Sign in online: https://stanford.readysetsecure.com Secure and Private 1.Visit: https://stanford.readysetsecure.com 2. Click “New User. Click Here to Begin” and follow the instructions.  …

Location:  Stanford Hospital Atrium  |  300 Pasteur Drive  |  Palo Alto, CA   We are going paperless! It’s simple.  To prepare for your Biometrics, just do the following: Find a convenient biometric screening Sign in online: https://stanford.readysetsecure.com Secure and Private 1.Visit: https://stanford.readysetsecure.com 2. Click “New User. Click Here to Begin” and follow the instructions.  You will need the …

Do you like to get your hands dirty? The O’Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm (on campus) hosts drop in volunteer hours every Tuesday, Thursday from 8:30-11:30am and Saturdays from 1-4pm. Volunteers will help harvest, weed, plant and learn so much more. No prior experience is required but close toed shoes and clothes you don’t mind …

Registration: June 13, 2017, beginning at 9 a.m. Classes: June 26 through September 1 The Health Improvement Program (HIP) now offers over 200 Healthy Living and Fitness classes each quarter for university and hospital faculty, staff, retirees and their family members. Stanford Recreation & Wellness (REC) offers Recreation classes, a Group Fitness Pass Program, Personal …

Your next Free Fitness Week begins on Monday, June 12 and concludes on Friday, June 16. View the complete schedule. Classes are sponsored by both Stanford Recreation and Wellness (REC) and the Health Improvement Program (HIP). Bring a friend and try classes such as MixxedFit, F45, Indoor Cycling, Dance Rhythms, Barre Sculpt, Boot Camp, and …

Every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., members of the community are invited to purchase locally grown organic fruits and vegetables and other products such as honeys and preserves, breads and spreads. The market currently features fruit growers from Fresno and vegetable farmers from Santa Clara and Monterey counties, with produce that reflects the …