Senior Health & Leisure Fair in Roseville on August 2nd
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Roseville, CA (July 9, 2014) - The Senior Health & Leisure Fair is scheduled for Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville.
The show features local and national exhibits to make the lives of senior citizens happier, healthier and longer. Over 60 booths will cover an array of approaches to the various health and financial concerns of older Americans, as well as companies representing a variety of entertainment and leisure activities.
(pictured: The award-winning duet Billy Bensing and Kellie Garmire provide entertainment at the Senior Health & Leisure Fair)
Entertainment includes the excellent Rock & Roll band, Road Test, playing music from the 50s and 60s.
Grammy award winner Billy Bensing teams up with Kellie Garmire to perform popular tunes for the Baby Boomer generation, and you may hear top tunes of the 40s and 50s by clarinetist and sailor David B. Clark, the "oldest person to circumnavigate the world solo."
A Seniors Classic Car Show will feature vintage autos from the Tri-Counties region. Auto event registration fees will benefit Meals on Wheels by ACC for Sacramento and Placer Counties. Golf enthusiasts may enjoy a variety of exhibits in Jones Hall, sponsored by the U.S. Senior Golf Open. There will be drawings for a variety of prizes, including tickets to next year's U.S. Senior Golf Open, where you can directly view several golf masters compete.
The Placer County Fair & Events Center
800 All America City Blvd
Saturday, August 2, 2014, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission: This event is free to the public.
Please go to www.seniorhealthfair.com for details, or call (916) 910-9499 to attend or exhibit.
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