UPDATE: Sonoma Valley Community Health Fair is Postponed
The Sonoma Valley Community Health Fair scheduled for Saturday, November 10that Sassarini Elementary School has been postponed. Poor air quality caused by the Camp Fire north of Sacramento has led to school closures in Sonoma and neighboring communities. “The health and safety of our community remains our number one priority. We will announce a new date once we have the opportunity to consult with our community partners.”
We appreciate all of our partners and community members for their understanding. For more information about the event, please contact SVCHC by phone at 707-939-6070 Ext. 112, email at[email protected], or Facebook by visiting Sonoma Valley Community Health Fair.
The Sonoma Valley Community Health Fair will be held on Saturday, November 10, at Sassarini Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The free event, part of the Binational Health Week Initiative, provides health services and information to the entire community, with emphasis on the needs of underserved communities.
Local and county organizations will participate and offer a wide range of resources and information to participants including: health insurance enrollment, emergency preparedness kits, free flu shots, non-metabolic health screenings including body mass index, glucose, and blood pressure and vision screenings.
An array of activities, raffles and entertainment, include: a kids’ corner, DJ Refugee, Ballet Folklorico Quetzalen, Ohtli Yolilitzli Aztec dance group and Vintage House Ukulele group. Refreshments will also be available for on-spot consumption.
This year’s organizing committee includes Sonoma Valley Community Health Center in partnership with Dragones Latinxs, La Luz Center, Parent University, Sonoma Valley Hospital, 4C’s of Sonoma County, The Club at Maxwell, and Valley of the Moon Lions Club Vintage House.
For more information about the event, please contact SVCHC by phone at 707-939-6070 Ext. 112, email [email protected], or on Facebook by visiting Sonoma Valley Community Health Fair.