Learn to live well

Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association hosts first-ever wellness fair.

The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association will be hosting their first-ever health and wellness fair July 14.

The Play Live Well Street Fair, to be held at 13686 94A Ave. from 12-5 p.m., will feature free outdoor fitness classes, as well as expert advice on diet and active living.

There will be a number of different vendors on hand showcasing flavourful food and booths teaching fitness techniques and offering health services, including healthy eating tips, massage therapy and free blood tests.

Chris Hamilton, Western Canada Music Award- nominated children’s performer will pull double-duty as an entertainer and master of ceremonies for the event. Other local artists include Joe Given, Max Tell and Drift Away, as well as hip-hop and breakdancing team Collabocall Productions.

Free parking for the event will be available at Queen Elizabeth Secondary.

For more information, visit www.downtownsurreybia.com

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