Programs & Events

2019 Gwinnett Community Health Fairs

Gwinnett Daily Post and Live Healthy Gwinnett will host five FREE community health fairs in 2019! Health screenings, wellness presentations, giveaways, resources kids activities and more for all ages. 10:00am-1:00pm. Remaining events include:

  • September 7 – Best Friend Park, Norcross - Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
  • November 9 – Lenora Park, Snellville - Celebrating Diabetes Awareness Month

Walk the Talk

Free! Hit the trail, get moving and get informed! Take a walk with knowledgeable health professionals at an enjoyable, easy pace. Walks are held at various park trails, last about an hour and are open to all ages. Experts will discuss diverse health and wellness topics while helping you build and maintain physical activity. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a water bottle.

Park'Nership Work Day - Collins Hill Park

Give back to your community by volunteering on Saturday, August 17 from 2:00pm-6:00pm at Collins Hill Park in Lawrenceville with the Gwinnett Parks Foundation. Stay after the workday for a FREE movie under the stars with B98.5! Family fun starts at 7:30pm and the movie (Dumbo) starts at dusk.

Dino-Mite 3k Glow Run

Register today!

Get ready to have a Dino-Mite time while you light up the night sky like a comet at this prehistoric 3k Glow Fun Walk/Run at the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center! All 3k proceeds benefit the Gwinnett Parks Foundation's Health & Wellness Scholarship Fund.

Before the Dino-Mite 3k Glow Run, don't miss the Prehistoric Extinction Party starting at 5:00pm. Get ready for dino-sized fun with real dinosaur bones, hands-on exploration stations, dino-tram rides and much more!

Yoga in the Park

Free! September is National Yoga Month! Connect with nature all month long and celebrate the health benefits of yoga with certified instructors. All skill levels welcome; bring a mat, towel and water bottle.

Fall Pop-up FB Event

Free! Games, activities and more! Get active with Live Healthy Gwinnett during this free, drop-in program designed to bring recreation and community resources to families. No registration required, closed-toe shoes recommended.