Daytonians the month that introduces spring has finally arrived! Get out this weekend, enjoy the fresh air, and get some activity in with the warmer temperatures. If you are ready to kick start your health there is an outrageous event happening this Saturday and it will totally rock your world! An affair you truly do not want to miss.
Dorothy Lane Market will host the 14th annual Health Fair that will be held at the Springboro store on Saturday, March 5, 2016.. The event is from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm and it is absolutely free of charge, hooray! There will be a lot of different things going on at the fair so plan to stay a little while, and thoroughly enjoy yourself.
Kettering Health Network Community Outreach will be present and you can undergo a complete analysis to determine your body composition. A registered nurse will be on site administering blood pressure screenings. Plus, there will be DermaScan screenings to reveal sun damage that may be hidden beneath the surface of your skin. No appointments or registration required, all part of this amazing event! There will also be local holistic and health practitioners, guest speakers, and an abundance of samples such as natural foods, supplements, vitamins, body care, and other health
conscious goodies. Plus, information will be readily available to learn more about gluten free foods and local support. As you cruise around the store make sure to register for gift baskets and other door prizes. Make sure to stop by The Bright Earth Foods table and say hello to yours truly! This health fair is always an epic event and appropriate for the whole family. It is the perfect way to learn about all different aspects of the health and wellness field from qualified individuals and reputable companies.
Head over to Dorothy Lane Market in Springboro this Saturday for one of the best opportunities to do something great for your health this year! Education, health screenings, and samples galore as well as connections with local health community members all at no cost, what could be better? Let’s get out, get moving, and take care of our health Dayton!