being offered in partnership with Memorial Hospital and its medical practitioners. From 10am to 4pm, the public is invited to participate in a wide variety of health screenings, wellness education, workshops and interactive programs. “Stress-Busting Workshops,” presentations on acupuncture, nutrition, osteopathy and more will be available throughout the day.
Designed to treat body and soul as one, “integrative medicine” combines the best of traditional health care with the holistic arts and therapies. Evergreen
expects more than 50 exhibitors at the event as they join with Memorial Hospital to promote wellness through education about integrative modalities and
how they can help prevent disease. From 4-7pm, a special “Treatment” area will offer people the opportunity to personally experience some of the
integrative therapies. The weekend will conclude on Sunday with a special keynote presentation.
“We’re very excited to bring this full day of opportunities to the Mt. Washington Valley community,” said event coordinator Kat Alden. “Good health begins with an understanding of wellness and each individual’s potential
for improving his or her own well-being. Evergreen is committed to providing the knowledge, skills and inspiration that encourage people to take responsibility for their own health.”
Scott McKinnon, president and CEO of Memorial Hospital, said the hospital and its providers are pleased to partner with Evergreen as a sponsor of the
event. “We appreciate having the opportunity to share our knowledge of more conventional modalities of care that can be combined with integrative approaches to further promote wellness and improved self-care.”
Planning is already underway and the organization is looking for sponsors and exhibitors to make the day a big success. Special pricing is available for non-profit exhibitors. More information about the event, along with sponsorship, advertising and exhibitor forms are available for download at Evergreen’s website, evergreenforwellness.org. For more
information, call Kat Alden at 651-7475 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.