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Wellness Week Opens with Record Crowd at Saturday Festival

Courtesy Encinitas 101
Courtesy Encinitas 101

The Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association launched its 4th Annual Wellness Week on Saturday, January 25, with a large, multi-venue festival at the Encinitas library.  Over 1000 people enjoyed an unprecedented variety of activities, exhibits and presentations, including a proclamation from San Diego County Supervisor Dave Roberts.

Participants enjoyed free massages and acupuncture treatments, health screenings, cooking classes, product samples, kids’ yoga demos and much more.  There were dozens of exhibitor booths/tables in the library parking lot and inside the library, kids’ activities on the library patio, and scheduled presentations and demos in the large auditorium and several smaller meeting rooms. 

In a special media event, Supervisor Dave Roberts recognized the Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association as an official partner in the County’s Live Well San Diego program and declared January 25 “Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association Day.”  Also in attendance were Encinitas Mayor Teresa Barth, Deputy Mayor Mark Muir and City Council Members Kristin Gaspar, Tony Kranz and Lisa Shaffer, plus Tim Baird, Superintendent of the Encinitas Union School District.

Wellness Week is a week-long program of events and special offers designed to help you learn about and experience new ways to improve your well-being.   It is presented by the Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association, thanks to the generous support of Gold Sponsor Tri-City Medical Center; Silver Sponsors Scripps Health, Ranch & Coast Magazine and the San Diego County Library; plus Bronze Sponsors AGA Medical Options, Care 1st Health Plan, Community Health Group, Encinitas Station Farmers Market, Leucadia 101 Main Street Association, North County Health Services, Whole Foods Encinitas and Yelp.

Visit the Encinitas 101 website for the full schedule of events and lists of participants and special offers:  www.encinitas101.com

 –Encinitas 101 press release

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