Health & Wellness

Essex County's Senior Wellness Day is Sept. 26

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Essex County will hold another of its Senior Wellness Day events on Tuesday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Richard J. Codey Arena in West Orange.

“We are planning a fun-filled day of activities and will be providing a great deal of valuable information that will benefit seniors. Our Essex County Senior Wellness Day will offer nutrition information, exercise tips, entertainment and flu shots,” said Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. “It’s important for our seniors to know about the various programs and services that are available, and this one-stop event makes it convenient for them to do that. I invite our older residents to come out, have a good time and learn about what’s available that can help them improve their quality of life."

The Essex County Senior Wellness Day is free and open to all seniors residing in Essex County. Health screenings, information about nutrition, and exercise demonstrations will be available. Various Essex County agencies, including the Division of Senior Services, will have representatives on site to talk about available programs for which seniors are eligible.

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Also participating are area hospitals, senior day care facilities, local nursing homes and other social service providers.

Musical entertainment will be provided. All seniors will receive free refreshments and bagged produce. Admission to Turtle Back Zoo on the day of the event is free for seniors, but Carousel and Pony rides are $2 each and feed sticks at the Outback Adventure Aviary are $2.

For transportation to the event, call 973-618-1280. For more information about the Essex County Senior Wellness Day, call 973-621-4400.

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