The Working for Whitewater’s Wellness coalition’s 3rd annual Wellfest will be on Sun. Mar. 9, noon-3pm, at Whitewater High School. It’s free!
There’s something here for everyone! Choose from boot camp, Zumba, Pickleball, sports activities provided by UW-Whitewater athletes, healthy cooking demos with the Black Sheep Restaurant, health screenings, a resource fair, and a chance to become CPR/AED certified (Participants must register by March 7 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for that!). See the web site for details about times and locations of events. Pickleball, for example, is only offered during the first session (12:20-1pm). There will be a raffle for prizes including a signed Packer football, t-shirts, gift cards, bike helmets, and more.
Can’t make it to Wellfest? Andersen Library has resources that can help. Search HALCat for resources such as Easy yoga for easing pain (2nd-floor Browsing DVDs, RA781.7 .E3 2012), Complete guide to pilates, yoga, meditation & stress relief (3rd-floor Main Collection, GV481 .C66 2003), Office yoga: Tackling tension with simple stretches you can do at your desk (3rd-floor Main Collection, RA781.7 .F75 2003), and The diabetic gourmet cookbook: More than 200 healthy recipes from homestyle favorites to restaurant classics (online via EBSCOhost eBook Collection). There also are many resources available online, including Healthy Cooking and Recipes from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, a web site that includes links to healthy recipes from government sites as well the American Health Association, The Mayo Clinic, and others.
MedlinePlus®, The National Institutes of Health’s web site for patients and the public, has several resources including interactive tutorials to learn more about Managing Stress, Exercising for a Healthy Life, and Weight Management.
Please ask a librarian if you would appreciate assistance with finding additional information.
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