Community Message: You’re Invited: Experience Wellness at Grant Park on August 18

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Various groups from across Milwaukee County invite individuals and families to Grant Park on Thursday, August 18 to experience activities and gather resources that will improve their health and well-being. “Discover Well-Being” will include a wellness walk, free food, prizes, activities and a chance to win a Milwaukee Bucks loot bag, Kwik Trip gift card, adult and child bike, and more.

“Discover Wellbeing” will encompass the eight dimensions of wellbeing – emotional, physical, professional, intellectual, financial, social, environmental and spiritual – to offer visitors a wide range of activities that can help improve their health and their well-being.

Highlights include: comfort dogs, craft kits, sound baths, obstacle course, coloring and drawing, wellness walk, cooking demonstration, and more. Free food will be provided by Neu-Life Community Development’s Farmfork, an urban agriculture and culinary arts program for youth.

The raffle prizes given away include a child and adult bike, a Milwaukee Bucks loot bag, a $100 Kwik Trip gift card, and more.

“Discover Wellness” will take place from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, August 18 at Grant Park Location 4, 1335 Grant Park Dr., South Milwaukee. All are welcome to attend this free community event.

“Discover Wellness” sponsors include the Healthiest Cudahy Collaboration; Oak Creek Healthiest Coalition; Healthy Mind, Healthy Greendale; Milwaukee County Drug Prevention Coalition; Neu-Life community development; The parental network; Volition Franklin; Wellpoint care network; West Allis-West Milwaukee Family Resource Center; and Community Advocates Public Policy Institute.