4th Annual Active San Mateo County Conference

From the County of San Mateo:

Join us as we identify and discuss new strategies, techniques, and programs to make our public places desirable destinations that promote healthy living. Attend workshops exploring the connections between urban planning, public health, parks and recreation.

Workshops include:

  • Nutrition from the Ground Up
  • Building Healthy General Plans
  • Walkable Urban Corridors
  • Visioning the Future of San Mateo County’s Parks

Registration is FREE.

Keynote by A. Toni Yancey, doctor, educator, poet and author of critically acclaimed book, Instant Recess.

A. Toni Yancey

 

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