ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Live Music, Food, Wellness Fair, 5K & Fitness Competition, Movie Night, Giveaways & More!
Enjoy a family-friendly afternoon experiencing the joy of wellness and discovering the wonderful resources our area has to offer.
The mission of the West Virginia Wellness Festival is to connect individuals and families in our community to complete wellness resources (including physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social wellness) while simultaneously exposing them to the location and facilities of the Mylan Park Aquatic Center & Track Complex.
- 1:30 PM
Festival Opens, WV Wellness Festival Competition Begins
- 5:30 PM
WV Wellness Festival 5K Start
- 7:00 PM
Free Family Movie
Family-friendly, and appropriate for all ages. There will be activities for children. This is an outdoor event, so dress appropriately/wear sunscreen. Rain date scheduled for July 23, 2023.
The West Virginia Wellness Festival is being presented through a collaboration between Forgiven Warrior and the Mylan Park Aquatic Center & Track Complex.
Forgiven Warrior is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that promotes holistic wellness in North Central West Virginia by:
- Cultivating partnerships to support programs that meet the needs of our community members
- Connecting community members with professional and impactful wellness resources
- Educating community members on sustainable and complete wellness habits
- Mobilizing community members of all ages to serve as wellness ambassadors
Mylan Park Aquatic & Track Center
The Mylan Park Aquatic Center is an impressive, state-of-the-art, and fully accessible 90,000 square foot facility featuring a 50-meter Olympic pool and diving well. Additionally, the facility houses a community pool with zero-depth entry, water slides and play features, a six-lane lap pool, an outdoor splash pad, multi-purpose rooms to rent, and a fitness room. This facility promotes life-long health development in an innovative, friendly, and well-maintained environment.
Forgiven Warrior & Mylan Park Aquatic Center & Track Complex, proceeds of funds raised will be split evening between these two 501(c)(3) nonprofits)