Healthy Living Workshops: Growing a happy, healthy family

Presented by Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness and YMCA of Greater Louisville

Join us for a five-week workshop series designed to support families with teens in their journey toward healthy living.

This workshop will focus on:

  • Goal setting for healthy habits
  • Healthy meal planning and prep
  • Fun ways to stay active with fitbit and Y passes!

Mondays, September 30 to October 28

5:30 to 7 p.m.

Norton Health & Wellness Center
1000 Dupont Road
Louisville, Kentucky

This free series is open to families with children ages 13 to 18. Registration is required. To register, call (502) 629-1234.

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