The 14th annual event will feature Freebies, entertainment, a healthy salad buffet, a vendor expo, hands-on fitness/wellness demonstrations, giveaways, drawings, and health screenings. In addition, many senior friendly businesses will be on hand to discuss their products.
This health expo includes health screenings, medical information and activity vendors focusing on local medical practices. Sprinkle in some fun elements and it turns into a man cave with outdoor kart racing, exotic car displays, a virtual reality gun range, PS4 gaming on a 200-inch flat screen w …
The 5K race is chip timed and will start and end on the Turner/Bartels School track. It's a flat course in Live Oak Preserve. Open to all ages and fitness levels. Proceeds will benefit Turner/Bartels K-8 PTSA .
The event focusing on natural methods of child care includes midwives and other professionals with information on breast feeding, natural beauty, natural parenting, homeschooling, nutrition and women's health.
Get some exercise and make friends in an afternoon of ballroom dancing to live and taped music. Instructions available starting at 11:30 a.m.
This portion features live music by Mario DeLeon.
Price: $7, $10 dance and instruction.
Join ophthalmologist Mark Sibley, MD, as he discusses how to protect your eyesight throughout your lifetime. Dr. Sibley also will provide information on the latest treatment technology and take questions from participants.
Community health screening teams offer free tests for blood pressure, blood sugar/glucose, Body Mass Index (BMI), and cholesterol. The screening team will also answer questions and offer tips that can lead to healthier lifestyle choices and help prevent heart disease.
The golf tournament will be a team scramble format featuring great on-course contests and awesome team and individual prizes. All players will receive a player gift package along with on-course sampling and food stations. Must register by Feb. 1.