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Join us at the Ohio State Fair on July 29 and participate in two flash mobs!
Group dances, STEADY U Ohio Expo highlight Senior Day at the Fair

July 22, 2014

The Ohio State Fair starts this week, but next Tuesday, July 29, is Senior day, with $4 admission for anyone age 60 or older.

Flash Mobs

To celebrate the day, we have partnered with two great organizations to organize flash mobs to highlight the many ways Ohioans are living well beyond 60!

Columbus-based Vaud-villities will lead the first flash mob at noon in front of the Celeste Center. Here's a tutorial video to help you learn the steps and get ready to join in:

Cincinnati-based Nightingales Home Health Agency, LLC is leading the second flash mob at 2:45 p.m. south of Central Park. Visit their Facebook Event Page to learn more.

STEADY U Ohio Expo

STEADY U OhioFrom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., you can visit us at the STEADY U Ohio expo in Central Park. We will be sharing information and resources to help you and your loved ones understand that falls are not a normal part of aging and most falls can be prevented. Joining the Ohio Department of Aging will be:

Entertainment and Education

"Behind the Lable" nutrition presentation by Lowell Lufkin, Ohio Department of Agriculture
11:30 a.m., Taste of Ohio Café

"Sinatra Forever" FREE CONCERT featuring Rick Michel and his 7-piece Big Band
1 p.m., Celeste Center
Arrive early for the "A Matter of Balance" mini-workshop, presented by the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging.

The Beach Boys / America
7:30 p.m., Celeste Center
Price: $30

We hope to see you there!

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