Free Healthy Living Fair set for Sept. 10 in Midland – Midland Daily News
The Midland County Health and Human Services Council is offering a free Healthy Living Fair, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 at Dow Diamond. Everyone in the community is invited and encouraged to attend to learn about programs and resources available to help live a healthier life.
Exhibitors will offer giveaways, fitness classes, resources, bike safety, free health screenings and more. Guests can visit with each exhibitor to enter into a grand prize drawing! Prize entry slips are available at Midland Area Farmers Market with Food Navigator, Natalie Kea and at the event itself. Visitors can also enjoy the walking path to visit both the farmers market and the Healthy Living Fair.
The event will also provide an extension of the ReGrow Midland meal offerings. A free take-home lasagna meal will be available, while supplies last.
“We are really excited to offer this free, impactful event to our community,” said Megan Crockett, nutrition program director at Midland County Council on Aging. “Taking care of ourselves is so vital and the exhibitors will have a variety of resources about mental and physical health to give to our attendees to help them better their lives.”
The mission of the event is to provide equitable and accessible resources to members of our community promoting a healthy lifestyle for all.
Exhibitors include 211 of Northeast Michigan, Greater Midland Community Center, Mid Michigan Action Agency, Midland County Health Department, MyMichigan Health, Senior Services, Shelterhouse, SVSU Nursing Students, Elevate Community Ministries, and Wellness Within You.
Two fitness classes will be offered for community members to participate in: Zumba at 9:30-10:25 a.m. and Walk15 at 10:30-11:30 a.m.
The Midland County Health and Human Services Council promote the community’s welfare and improves the way people connect with solutions. The Council has a strong interest in poverty and housing issues, health trends, family, relational and youth issues.
To stay informed about other events, visit Midland County Health and Human Services Facebook.