Family fun at the heart of health-related event
November 29, 2012 by Sarah
This weekend’s ‘Happy Heart: Healthy Eating Day’ is being hosted by the Sacramento Children’s Museum and is designed to promote good exercise and healthy eating habits for people who attend the museum during the holiday season. This is a great family event, as it is important during this time of year to remember good health and activities have been created for both adults and kids.
Funding for this seasonal event was made possible by a Newman’s Own Foundation grant. Some of the activities will include ‘Happy Yogis’ which is a fantastic class and part of a great workout. There will also be a movement and music exercise class, plus a live cooking demonstration courtesy of Le Cordon Blue Culinary School, placement art, and a scavenger hunt created by the Arden Park Girl Scouts, Sacramento Troop 2153.
Besides these activities, other activities and exhibits include a special play area for toddlers and babies, Studio of Arts, My Neighborhood, and raceways. Exhibits are designed to stir the natural creative juices and promote confidence by laughing, tinkering with, and testing various things.
Poster printing, flyer printing, and brochure printing may have been used to promote this fun and healthy event to members of this community and neighboring communities. Admission is free for all and everyone is welcome. The event will be held on Saturday, December 1, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Sacramento Children’s Museum located at 2701 Prospect Park Drive in Rancho Cordova, California. For additional details, please visit the Sacramento Children’s Museum website or call 916-638-7225.