Active Farmers is launching a ‘Spring into Spring’ community support program designed to provide some light relief for those in drought declared areas, funded by local charity, Riverina Bluebell with local trainer, Julie Mills.
This program is an opportunity for local farmers and ALL community members to gather with family and friends for lots fun, fitness and food to Spring into Spring! .
Following an initial launch event held at the Ariah Park Footy Oval, there will be 2*free group fitness classes will be run each week for anyone in the area who would like to participate for the next 4 weeks. Various health & wellbeing workshops will also be facilitated as part of the program such as nutrition and mindfulness.
We are happy that we can contribute in a small way by offering an assortment of free community activities during this challenging time of drought
Active Farmers Spring into Spring program includes;
· 1x free community group fitness class & dinner 6:30pm, 9th November at the Ariah Park Footy Oval and then to the Bowling Club for dinner
· 2x free group fitness classes each week for the next 4 weeks; every Tuesday at 6pm and Thursday at 6am.
· 1x health/wellbeing workshop of the communities choice (TBA)
For more information contact Julie Mills on 0427 120 562