Billerica Health & Wellness Fair

· Billerica Lodge of Elks, Webb Brook Road
· Saturday, April 13, 2013
· 10am-2pm

Billerica has been holding a Health Fair for over 20 years with the intent of bringing a broader spectrum of health and wellness to the attendees with nearly 70 vendors!

The Masons will do their CHIP ID program - providing each parent with a dvd with information on their child in the event a child goes missing.  This is provided FREE.  The Lions will be holding eyescreenings in their eyemobile which will be located in the parking lot in front of the building.   There will be BMI screenings, blood pressure screenings, and a diabetic nurse on site to answer questions. 

This year has brought many new vendors and a few new categories, including:Horse Camp for People with Disabilities - Ironstone Farm (Andover MA). Overnite Camp - Camp Hawkeye (Moultonborough NH). Deaf/Hard of Hearing - MA Commission for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (Springfield MA). Electrolysis - Cynthia's Electrology & Skin Care (Wilmington MA) Family Activity - Baseball - Lowell Spinners (Lowell MA). Golf Schools - Barrie Bruce Golf Schools (Billerica MA). Home Health Care - Home Instead Senior Care (Chelmsford). Hypnosis - Dawning Visions Hypnosis (Billerica). Long Term Care Insurance - Frank Hynes & Associates/Metlife (Billerica). People with Disabilities - Mass Relay. Personal Training & Nutrition (Woman Specific) - Get in Shape for Women (Billerica). Pre-School - Growing Minds PreSchool (Billerica). Reflexology - Foot Joy Reflexology. Senior Living Community - Independent Living/Assisted Living/Memory Care - Stonebridge at Burlington. Yoga - Roots Yoga (Burlington).

In addition this year there is a new category of vendors called Emporium.  Unlike the service vendors these vendors have a product to share.  There will be 6 located just outside the small hall - including Tastefully Simple, Discovery Toys, Wildtree, Organizing Works and Mary Kay.  Edible Arrangements will also be onsite in the outside parking lot near the Eyemobile selling tasty fruit treats for a nominal fee. 

The Sunshine Gals, who provide free lunch, one Saturday a month, will be running the food concession.  All monies raised at that concession help support their program. 

And, fair attendees can sign up for free raffles.  You must be at least 18 years of age to win.  First prize is Wii U with fitness. Other prizes include gift certificates to LL Bean, Market Basket, Stop & Shop Chelmsford, an IPod Shuffle from RCS Computer Solutions, and a gift basket valued at $60 from Cabot Creamery.  There are vendors at the fair who will also be holding their own raffles as well.

Sponsors include - LifeCare Center of Merrimack Valley, Waste Management/Republic Services, Enterprise Bank, Stoneham Bank, Lowell 5, Stonebridge at Burlington, Billerica Crossings, Brightview Concord Assisted Living, and FLIR Inc.