Here's event info from the City of Temecula:
Join us for Temecula’s 12th Annual Health & Community Resource Fair on SAT, SEP 24, 2022, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, hosted at the Temecula Civic Center and Town Square (41000 Main Street). You will have the opportunity to receive the latest information on health-related resources and services around the Temecula Valley. Come for the health of it and enjoy live entertainment, free health screenings, and prize giveaways. So, bring the entire family!
Are you aware of the many free or low-cost resources and services that may be available to you through non-profit organizations within our community? As part of the Health & Community Resource Fair, there will be a wide range of different nonprofit organizations from our region, exhibiting services from: health/wellness to special needs to veteran/military services and many more.
Temecula’s Health & Community Resource Fair will showcase over 100 vendors providing free health screenings, community resources, emergency preparedness, public safety awareness, non-profit expo, and Open Streets!
As part of the City’s continuing efforts to highlight Old Town, this year we’ll be promoting Open Streets at the Health & Community Resource Fair! Open Streets will create more walkable areas at the event and encourage you to live a healthier, more connected life.
Temecula’s Mayor Matt Rahn stated, “The City of Temecula’s 12th Annual Health & Community Resource Fair continues to offer a multitude of resources and services that are available to all. These resources are critical for our community, and I hope everyone in the region will join us to learn, connect, and prioritize our collective health and well-being.”
Temecula Valley Hospital will be joining the City of Temecula in hosting the Health & Community Resource Fair. We are proud to have the Temecula Valley Hospital as a major, premier contributor again this year, providing advanced hospital technology, screenings, services, and more.
Temecula’s Annual Health & Community Resource Fair is open to individuals of all ages who would like information on health-related resources. Some of the free preventative health assessments and screenings include blood pressure checks, glucose tests, grip strength tests, dental screenings, visual acuity, fall risk assessments, lipid panels, bone density, and more.
For more information, please contact the Mary Phillips Senior Center at 951-694-6464.