Event will feature hourly fitness lessons, various free health screenings and a sensory zone by the library.
Join Mayor Colleen Bianco Bezich for Haddonfield’s first Health & Wellness Festival Saturday, Oct. 1 from, noon to 4 p.m. on Kings Highway from Haddon Avenue to Tanner Street.
This free event for the entire family offers health screenings for all ages, including blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, BMI, skin cancer, and pediatric eye screenings. The Camden County Department of Health mobile Covid tent will administer rapid testing and Covid booster shots.
Kings Highway will be closed from Tanner to Haddon from noon to 4 p.m. The street will be filled with local health practitioners offering chair massages, stretching, Chiropractic consultation, adult dental screenings, and much more!
The lawn area at the Haddonfield Library will host a sensory zone for kids with therapy chickens and hens, storytime, arts and crafts, and kids’ Yoga! The Haddonfield police department will offer fittings and sizings for bike helmets, and K-9 Officer Blue will be on hand to help!
A stage will be set up on Kings Highway at Tanner Street, with live fitness instruction for adults and kids. Communal lunch tables in front of Kings Court will give families and neighbors a place to enjoy the afternoon together.
Below is the fitness instruction schedule for the day:
Noon – Jazzercise with Haddonfield resident and Instructor Erika Egan
1 p.m. – Pure Barre of Haddonfield
2 p.m.- Yoga with Haddonfield Resident and Instructor Andrea Ippolito
3 p.m. – Tai Chi – with Haddonfield Resident and Instructor Jack Poupard
To keep up to date with the Fall Festival, visit https://downtownhaddonfield.com/events/fall-festival-2022/ .
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