Annual Community Day Health and Wellness Fair 2022 | doh – DC Health

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The Places of Worship Advisory Board (POWAB) in partnership with Valley Avenue is excited to announce the 6th Annual Community Day Health and Wellness Fair.
Saturday, August 27, 2022
2 pm to 6 pm 
Oxon Run Park
1200 Mississippi Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20032.
This year's Community Day Health and Wellness Fair will provide community members with lots of FREE opportunities for food, friends, and fun, including:
•    Free lunches to the first 700 DMV residents
•    Free fruits and vegetables (while supplies last)
•    Free school supplies, vaccinations, and dental exams for children
•    Raffle for Free Washington Nationals, Wizard/Mystic tickets
•    Therapy robot dogs for seniors
•    Health education for individuals from the DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) 
Attendees are welcome to bring lawn chairs and grills to this event! The main stage will host as speakers DC Health's Clover Barnes, Rev. Carmi Washington-Flood from the Maryland Department of Health, Veronica Cosby from the Virginia Department of Health, and Councilmember Trayon White Sr. of Ward 8. It will also showcase entertainment from interfaith musical and dancing groups, including African Drumming of Imani Temple African American Catholic Congregation, songwriter and producer Robert E. Person, and Minister Tia LyDawn Singleton.
Special Feature: Let It Flow GoGo Band
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