Kakabeka Falls Hosts Cultivating Your Roots

Storm over Kakabeka Falls 381.b2.Malcolm
Storm over Kakabeka Falls B.Malcolm

KAKABEKA FALLS – Cultivating Your Roots will be held in the “Village” at Kakabeka Falls School on Saturday, May 14th from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

This event is free for everyone and all ages are invited to attend. We have a mixture of 40 exhibits and over 35 small group presentations that have been designed with the wants and needs of the community.

The fair’s workshop line up will include:

Aging & You: Shingles 101, Falls Prevention, Summer Footcare, Preparing for your Driver’s License, Advance Care Planning, Financial Wellness, Hearing Screening, Self-Care for Caregivers, Sexuality & Aging, Blood Pressure, iPads for Seniors.

Nourishment for Life: Winter Sowing, Bee Keeping, Bread Making, Bonkers for Beans, Food Label Reading, Laughter Yoga, Kakabeka Market.

Children & Youth: MasoniCHIP, Stress Management, Preparing Your Seedlings, Hug a Tree & Survive, Mental Health Services in Schools, Car Seat Clinic (1-2pm).

In Addition: Intergenerational Financial Planning, Fire Prevention, Housing & Rural Transportation Needs, Rural Cupboard Food Bank, and more.

While attending the Rural Health Fair, join us in the Coyote Café for a complimentary healthy snack & beverage while listening to some local entertainment.

Kasper Mini-Bus will also be attending the Fair as well.

For more information on the 5th Annual Rural Health Fair – Cultivating Your Community Roots, visit the NorWest Community Health Care Centres website at www.norwestchc.org or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NorWestCHC.

Non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the fair’s Rural Cupboard Food Bank exhibit.

Kasper Mini Bus at stop in Ignace
Kasper Mini Bus at stop in Ignace


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