Healthy Auburn Resource Expo returns to Community & Event Center on Saturday, Feb. 17

Free activities, resources for individuals and families

  • Monday, February 12, 2018 9:40pm
  • Life

The Healthy Auburn Resource Expo – featuring free health screenings and resource information – returns Saturday, Feb. 17 to the Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth St. SE.

The event, presented by the Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce, is part of Auburn’s drive to become the healthiest city by 2020. The free event runs from noon to 3 p.m. and offers 30 health-related vendors, attractions and activities for all ages.

Attractions include: the Watt’s Basketball Foundation preview basketball camp; performances from Pacific Ballroom Dance Studio; Longevita Pilates & Yoga Studio-supported non-contact boxing to fight Parkinson’s disease; Mixxed fit dancing; and workouts with a fun obstacle course from the Gym Guyz.

The U.S. Army will host a boot camp-style course. White River Family Dentistry will bring its “dueling fairies,” the tooth fairy and the cavity fairy, to teach children the importance of dental health.

A variety of services and information will be available courtesy of vendors – acupuncturists, chiropractic services, massage therapists, alternative medicine, dental care, insurance services and information from the King County Health Department, Sea Mar and others.

Attendees can enjoy healthy snacks and healthy living recipes courtesy of United Natural Foods.

Complete a “passport to health” for an opportunity to win several prizes, including a $250 shopping spree to The Outlet Collection | Seattle.

MultiCare Health System, Wesley Homes Lea Hill, Rotary Club of Auburn and Puget Sound Clean Air are sponsoring the expo.

If you would like to exhibit or sponsor the event, contact Caesar Robinson, 253-833-0700 or caesar@auburnareawa.org

For more information about the event, contact Julia Jordan, chamber president and CEO, at 253-833-0700 or Julia@auburnareawa.org

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