Health and wellness expo set for November, vendors sought for Mentor event | Lake County

Lake Events will be hosting its first health and wellness expo at Great Lakes Mall. The event will be free and open to the public. 

The expo had been canceled due to the novel coronavirus, but it’s now rescheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 14. The expo will feature the latest in fitness, nutrition, skin care, massage, reflexology, weight loss, nutrition for animals and more. 

In addition, complimentary health screenings will be offered by local healthcare professionals including blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, balance, BMI and stroke. Guest speaker presentations will also be featured.

“It’s also the first time for Great Lakes Mall, so we’re really excited to come together and offer this to the community,” said Sherri Falkenberg, event coordinator for Lake Events. 

The expo will have a mix of local vendors and businesses that have their own storefronts, Falkenberg said, including Rose Senior Living, the main sponsor of the expo. Vendor registration is available on Lake Event’s website. 

“It’s more important than ever to take care of yourself and practice personal hygiene,” Falkenberg said. “If you’re healthy, everyone around you is.”

Multiple types of vendors are encouraged to register including health, wealth, wellness, karate studios, yoga instructors, realtors, nutritional foods, vitamins, nutritional dog and cat products, natural oils, soaps, makeup, therapists, dentists, chiropractors, holistic medicine, tutors, children’s activities, children’s health and wellbeing. 

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