Uptown Eye Care will be closed this Friday and Saturday so our staff can attend the Minnesota Optometric Association Annual Meeting for 2015.
All of us at Uptown Eye Care would like to congratulate our Optical Team Leader, LaRae F. on being chosen as the Paraoptometric of the Year by the Minnesota Optometric Association. Each year the Minnesota Optometric Association presents this award to a paraoptometric that has made outstanding contributions to the paraoptometric profession. We think LaRae…
The 2014 Annual Meeting for the Minnesota Optometric Association will be held this week, Feb 7 & 8th at River Centre in St. Paul. Uptown Eye Care staff will be closed this Friday and Saturday so the staff can take advantage of the excellent continuing education courses being offered.
To encourage parents to bring their young children to an eye doctor, Uptown Eye Care recently participated in the annual PreK Eye Exam Day, the start of Children’s Vision and Learning Month. Uptown Eye Care was interviewed by KSTC-TV 5 Eyewitness News and Kare11 about their participation in the event.
Uptown Eye Care is proud to be participating in Pre-K Exam Day. On August 1st & August 2nd, Dr. Mary Gregory (chair of the Minnesota Optometric Association Children’s Vision Committee) will be offering no cost eye exams to 4 and 5 year olds that will be entering kindergarten this fall. This is a great opportunity to make sure your children are ready for learning with good sight!
The Monticello Chamber of Commerce Halloween Parade at the Monticello Community Center on Saturday was a hit! Hundreds of adorable children decked out in costumes filed through the halls in search of chocolate treasures.
It’s hard to know where to begin talking about our free PreK Eye Exam Day. It was not only just a fun day with excited 5 year olds, but a great educational day for families.
Established in 1900, the Minnesota Optometric Association (MOA) was founded as a place where optometrists could come together to further their professional knowledge and, advance and improve the primary eyecare that patients receive throughout Minnesota. Uptown Eye Care is proud to be a longstanding member of the Minnesota Optometric Association (MOA).
Governor Dayton has declared August as Children’s Vision Month. The Minnesota Optometric Association (MOA) has named August 1, as Pre-K Eye Exam Day, a statewide effort that is part of its Good Sight for Kindergarten campaign. Participating MOA members around the state will offer one-time, no-cost eye exams to 5 -year olds entering kindergarten either on August 1 or another date and time.
August is National Children’s Vision and Learning Month. Uptown Eye Care’s Dr. Mary Gregory will be offering no cost eye exams to 4 and 5 year olds that will be entering kindergarten this fall. This is a great opportunity to make sure your children are ready for learning with good sight!