Samford Chemmart Pharmacy and Samford Commons in conjunction with Moreton Bay Regional Council and Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) invite you to join us at the Health & Wellbeing Forever Festival.
The Health & Wellbeing Forever Festival will be held across John Scott Park and the Samford Commons precinct linked via an interactive and informative walking trail. This FREE community event will showcase over 100 local businesses who promote health, wellbeing and sustainability.
Expressions of interest for Health & Wellbeing Festival stallholders close this Saturday 5th March.
Previously Samford Chemmart organised the very successful Samford Health and Wellbeing Expo and this year Samford Chemmart and its energetic and ever-expanding wellbeing network is combining with Samford Commons to create the Health and Wellbeing Forever Festival!
Here is an opportunity for the businesses and organisations of Samford to come together to showcase what we have available in our community around health, wellbeing and sustainability.
Think over 5000 people, over 100 amazing stalls, Health Professional and Liveability Ignite Sessions, head to toe health assessment passports, household and business sustainability assessments…think the unthinkable and we will have it!
The Expo will be held across joint locations – the very central and vibrant location of John Scott Park and the exciting new location at Samford Commons – on Saturday 11th June from 11am – 5pm.
Please contact either Samford Chemmart or Vanessa Chadwick for an Expression of Interest Form which we request is returned by 5 March 2016. Health & Wellbeing stallholders contact Samford Chemmart on 32891559 e: firstname.lastname@example.org and Vanessa Chadwick for entertainment and food stalls – email@example.com or ph: 0497 106 476.
Not for profit organisations will remain free. There will be a stall holder fee of $70 for one stall holder bay, $100 for a double bay and $150 for a triple bay.
We look forward to welcoming you and working with you on this wonderful community health event.