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Take Charge of Your Health at our 
Spring Health Fair on May 18th

Take Charge of Your Health at our Spring Health Fair on May 18th

Posted May 13, 2008

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon: free t-shirts, smoothies & health screenings, great prize raffles, try new and exciting healthy activities. [Printable Flyer]

Take charge of your health at the East Brunswick Public Library Spring Health Fair on May 18th from 1 - 5 p.m.Take charge of your health with a variety of exciting and fun activities while learning about the importance of eating healthy and staying fit. Everyone is invited to join us at the East Brunswick Public Library for a Spring Health Fair on Sunday, May 18 from 1-5 pm. This family-friendly program takes place rain or shine. It is free and open to the entire community. 
All participants get a free raffle ticket for a chance to win personal sports equipment from Sports Authority, including a new bike and mini-trampoline. Free T-shirts will be given to all event participants, as well as free smoothies from the library café and other cool gifts. 

Try some new fitness activities throughout the afternoon from instructors of local health & fitness businesses. New York Sports Club will be teaching multi-impact aerobics and “Zumba,” the new fitness craze which is a fusion of body sculpting movements done to Latin music. Curves will showcase their “30 Minutes To Health Program” fitness circuit and provide information on how NOT to diet and still loose weight! Try Ballroom Dancing with Alluring Ballroom, Martial Arts with the Satori Academy and Tai Chi from Andy Lee’s Tai Chi Center. Metra Lundy will teach Manjani-fit: an exciting workout that combines the beauty of African dance with contemporary aerobic exercise. Linda McBride will teach Yoga and mats will be provided.

The event sponsor, Alpha Betic, creators of a vitamin supplement formulated especially for diabetics, will offer nutrition counseling. The NJ Department of Health and the NJ Department of Agriculture will have healthy eating information. St Peter's University Hospital and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital are providing nutritionists and health educators. The St Peter’s mobile health van will be parked at the library for health screenings including blood sugar. 

For more information please call 732-390-6767.