Welcome to the Health and Wellness Fair!

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The Health and Wellness Fair is the premiere place for resources and inspiration to get healthy and fit for a longer life. We celebrate body, mind and spirit with an abundance of health, safety, and wellness resources available in our community.

There is nothing like a good community health fair. Away from the formal, detached sterility of the doctor’s office, this is an opportunity to meet with health care providers on your terms with little or no cost. 

Unfortunately, due to CoVid-19 restrictions, we are unable to hold this year’s event in person. You can still visit the 2020 Exhibitor page and visit their websites as well as visit with them in person at next year’s event.

The Missoula Health Fair and Wellness Fair provides basic health screenings for little or no cost. Simple health screenings such as blood pressure checks, glucose and cholesterol blood tests, body composition, vision and hearing tests can offer both positive health feedback and identify at risk individuals.

Finding out you have a health problem or an increased risk of a health problem can help people make better informed decisions about their health. Screening can reduce the risk of developing a condition or its complications.

It’s also a great time to learn about risk behaviors and factors that are under your own control, such as what you eat and habits like sleeping, walking, smoking, or alcohol use. By learning about these things, you can make more informed choices about next steps.

Our interactive and educational wellbeing workshops cover a range of topics including Mental Health Awareness, Stress Resilience, Nutrition, Relaxation, Happiness, Healthy Lifestyle, Eat Well at Work and much more giving you the tools and information you need to lead a healthy and happy life.

The Missoula Health and Wellness Fair is proud to unite health enthusiasts from across Western Montana. Produced by Marketplace Media and Events, the next Health and Wellness Fair will be held in October 2021 from 11am to 4pm and is free for the public to attend.