Diversity Health Fair – Everyone’s welcome because there’s something for everyone at one of B.C. biggest wellness events

The fair will be full of health professionals and experts as well as sports and physical activities, healthy diet professionals and even spiritual health

What is the most exciting health related event of the year?

The Diversity Health Fair!

If you are interested in health and healthy activities, come out on Saturday, Aug. 13 to the Diversity Health Fair, one of the largest health and wellness fairs in the province.

The fair will be full of health professionals and experts as well as sports and physical activities, healthy diet professionals and even spiritual health.  The Diversity Health Fair will have activities and information for everyone.

Diversity Health Fairs are fun for the whole family.  With demonstrations for Zumba, Yoga, multicultural food demonstrations and a kids’ zone, everyone will have a great time and learn more about their wealth too!

“Diversity Health Fair” will take place on Saturday, August 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Strathcona Gardens Arena. For more information, please contact the Immigrant Welcome Centre at 250 830-0171.

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