Tuesday, April 2, 2019
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Illinois Wesleyan Shirk Center
Join us at the Illinois Wesleyan Shirk Center for the Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation’s Family Health Expo.
We have an amazing event planned this year to celebrate, and commemorate, 21 years of health, education, fitness, and fun! This year, the Family Health Expo [formerly Women’s Health Night] will expand its services to celebrate, and incorporate, the family.
The event is still free, open to the public, and provides health, wellness, fitness, beauty, and social service education. In addition to our established vendors and services, the Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation will include a plethora of new information, opportunities, and family-friendly activities. This exceptional event will host new vendors, include family friendly kid zones, provide beauty and spa pampering, enable attendees to try local, popular fitness classes, include tasty treats, and numerous prizes and giveaways!
We strive to provide education and resources for the mind, body, and soul; therefore, we will also host a mental health panel, provide pet therapy at the event to de-stress, and offer opportunities to get moving. Finally, we will offer health and fitness screenings for adults and children.
If you have any questions about Family Health Night, or would like to attend this great event, please email [email protected].
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Originally named “Women’s Health Night,” this fantastic event was first held in 1998 with only 500 women attending. Since then, the Heart & Lung Foundation’s Family Health Expo has grown to be the largest free Community Health Fair in McLean County with over 2,000 men, women and children attending. It was the first major initiative of the newly-formed Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation and remains a focus of the Foundation’s efforts to provide education and resources to improve the health of the community.