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4th Annual Total Children's Wellness Fair
Family Fun
Date: November 16, 2013
Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location: Show map
A New Vision CDC
500 W. 32nd St.
Charlotte, NC 28208

Contact: Kelle Perkins
Phone: 980.213.0516
Email: kelleplace@yahoo.com

Queen City Stay At Home Moms and A New Vision CDC are hosting the 4th annual Total Children's Wellness Fair. It's targeted to the unborn to the 12th grader.
Based on the 7 branches of wellness: Social, Spiritual, Educational, Environmental, Nutritional, Physical, and Financial, come out to gather essential tools for today’s youth for FREE!


There will be local and big businesses to support the INCREDIBLE line up of entertainment that will be there, including Monkey Joes, Green Sprouts, Be The Match, Mom’s Rising, Yoga and Gracie Barra Charlotte.


Back again this year is the Oneaka Collective cultural Dance –Off, "Re-Fashion Show",Cooking W/Kids demo with Michael Bowling and incredible workshops from Charlotte very own experts!


This year we're introducing a “Mom's Corner” to discuss Nursing In Public.This event is great for the entire family! Come out and enjoy the information giveaways and your family!




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