What if you could gather information about how to stay healthy, discover if the state of Illinois owes you money, partake of free food, win a fabulous prize when you enter a drawing, go on a scavenger hunt (more prizes!), get answers to your questions about the Affordable Care Act, take a tour of our FitnessNOW Center, learn about some great new WPD programs, have your blood pressure screened, and receive a free gift — all in one morning and all right in your own neighborhood? And all for free?
Join us for our Health & Wellness Fair from 9:00-noon Tuesday, March 11 at the Warrenville Park District Recreation Center, 3S260 Warren Ave.
We take our mission of “providing opportunities that enrich the mind, body and spirit” very seriously, so we hope you’ll stop by.
· Learn about how the Affordable Care Act will impact you and your family from representatives of DuPage County Community Services
· Pick up useful, usable health and wellness information for all ages, including seniors, from organizations like the Illinois Department on Aging
· Use the Illinois State Treasurer’s I-Cash program to see if the state owes you money
· Win prizes by going on a fun scavenger hunt in the Rec Center and entering drawings
· Learn about the facilities, programs, and upcoming events offered by the Warrenville Park District, including a variety of new art programs taught by a local artist, a new FitnessNOW plan that includes access to all of our facilities and all classes, adult softball leagues, and birthday parties with inflatable fun — just to name a few
· Graze on free food (we may even grill out if the weather is nice enough!)
· Find out what your blood pressure is
· Get a free gift (offer limited to first 150 guests)
· Save money by getting a $5 off coupon to use on an upcoming Warrenville Park District class
So plan to stop by the Warrenville Park District Health & Wellness Fair — it’ll be the best one you’ve ever attended and admission is free. And, if you bring in this blog, you’ll receive a free gift. Hope to see you March 11!
By Tim Reinbold, WPD Superintendent of Recreation