Seton Medical Center invites the public to their free health and wellness fair, “Caring for our Community” on Saturday, May 4 from 11 am to 2 pm in conjunction with the San Mateo County Streets Alive! Parks Alive! activities to promote healthy lifestyles.
Seton’s event will offer blood pressure and cholesterol screenings, and interactive booths with information about nutrition, fitness, diabetes management, wound care, as well as orthopedics, physical therapy and cardiovascular health.
The day will also feature a strawberry tasting courtesy of the Serramonte Certified Farmers Market, children’s activities – including a “veggie forest” that children can build and eat – and cooking demonstrations and tastings to offer fun ways to learn about healthy eating.
In addition to the vital health and nutrition information and screenings, the public will find lively entertainment, drawings and prizes, a major gift shop sale, and booth displays from a host of community groups.
“Seton Medical Center has long been an active partner in community outreach and education to help keep our residents healthy. Their Community Day, with its wide array of health information and activities, demonstrates their ongoing commitment to a healthy community, which supports the goal of the Streets Alive! Parks Alive! event,” says Supervisor Carole Groom, who introduced the program in 2010.
For more information, call 650-991-6464.
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Seton Medical Center
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