Join North Texas families for an action-packed afternoon of fun, fitness and healthy food at the 7th Annual Get Kidz Fit Fest at Dallas Market Hall, Saturday, April 5, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This free event is designed to engage children and parents in over 50 exciting fitness and nutrition activities including golf, tennis, soccer, Zumba, yoga, and hands-on food demos.
Get Kidz Fit offers adventure seekers the MyFi Family Fun Zone with one of the largest inflatable obstacle courses in the city and a rock-climbing wall. Also, experience dancing, prizes and entertainment with Radio Disney on the main stage.
In addition, attendees can explore a variety of Fit Stops and interactive booths, hosted by organizations such as RISE Adaptive Sports, Dallas ISD, Children’s Medical Center, FC Dallas, Gold’s Gym, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Park and Recreation Department and many more.
Be one of the first 500 kids to arrive and receive a free T-shirt from Luke’s Locker! For more event information, please visit www.getkidzfit.org or call 972-943-4690.
Get Kidz Fit is presented by the Dallas Area Coalition to Prevent Childhood Obesity, the Dallas Mayor’s Youth Fitness Initiative (MyFi), and the Community Council of Greater Dallas.
About the Dallas Area Coalition to Prevent Childhood Obesity
Co-founded in 2005 by the Community Council of Greater Dallas and Children’s Medical Center Dallas, the coalition is made up of more than 140 organizations (375+ individuals) representing health and human service providers, business, government, schools, civic and service organizations and faith-based groups. The Community Council of Greater Dallas also includes the Community Youth Development program, the Dallas CHIP/Children’s Medicaid Coalition, Dallas Area Agency on Aging, 2-1-1 information and referral services, and other efforts to improve quality of life. For more information visit http://www.ccgd.org/health/dacpro.html.
The Dallas Mayor’s Youth Fitness Initiative (MyFi) is a public/private partnership co-founded in 2010 by Mayor Mike Rawlings, Oncor and the City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department. MyFi is making long-term improvements in the way Dallas children eat, play and live through citywide fitness and nutrition programs. Learn how to “Get Moving with MyFi” at http://www.facebook.com/myfidallas.
Dallas Area Coalition to Prevent Childhood Obesity
Saturday, April 5, 2014
12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
2200 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75207