•Point Pleasant Elementary, Richard Henry Lee Elementary, April 18 and 19

Crofton Nursery School, April 19 and 20

•Play and Learn Annapolis, Play and Learn Community Place, April 20

•Nantucket Elementary, April 23 and 24

•Millersville Elementary, April 24

•Brock Bridge Elementary, Mills-Parole Elementary, April 25 and 26

•Harundale Presbyterian Weekday School, April 26 and 27

•Antioch Christian School, Arnold Christian Academy, Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church Preschool, Magothy Cooperative Preschool and Kindergarten, April 27

Odenton Christian School, April 30

For additional information call Kim Roussey, vision and hearing technician supervisor at 410-222-6838.

•Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in Anne Arundel county after lung cancer. Screenings and informational kits are available through the Health Department's Learn to Live program. To order a free kit call the Learn to Live Line, 410-222-7979, or learntolivehealthy.org. Also, the Department of Health's LifeScreen program offers free colorectal cancer screening to county residents ages 50 to 64 who are uninsured and income eligible. Information: 410-222-6640.

•The Department of Health offers free, confidential testing and counseling for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. For appointments: Annapolis, 410-222-7493; Glen Burnie, 410-222-6633; Parole, 410-222-7248. For personal and confidential HIV case management services, call 410-222-7108.

•The county health department provides free breast exams, mammograms, pap tests and cervical cancer screenings to eligible county residents 40 and older. Information: 410-222-6180 or visit http://www.LearnToLiveHealthy.org.

Continuing services

The county Health Department offers:

The Administration Care Coordination Unit (ACCU) provides services to clients who are enrolled in or may be eligible for medical assistance and HealthChoice to help them access health care. Information: ACCU at 410-222-7541 or 410-222-4380.

•Children's immunization shots at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12 months, 15 months and 18 months. Information: 410-222-4896 or the community health section at aahealth.org/immunizations.

•Family planning services with free pregnancy tests, counseling, low-cost exams, lab tests and low-cost birth control supplies to women younger than 25. For an appointment: 410-222-7144.

•Free pregnancy and baby-care kits from the Anne Arundel Healthy Babies Coalition offer tips on calming a crying baby. The kits contain information on having a healthy pregnancy and baby. Information: http://www.aahealthybabies.org or call 410-222-7223. For information about car seats and a list of inspection locations, call Maryland Kids in Safety Seats: 800-370-7328. To take the online "Taking Care of a Baby" class, which includes information on safe sleeping and how to calm a crying baby, go to http://www.aahealthybabies.org.

•Substance abuse treatment services through Community Treatment Services. Information: 410-222-0120. Methadone and suboxone maintenance services through the Health Department's adult addictions clinic: 410-222-0100.