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‘Wellness Week’ returns to Encinitas Saturday

ENCINITAS — Encinitas 101 MainStreet’s Wellness Week returns for a sixth time starting Saturday.

The weeklong event, held Jan. 23 through Jan. 30 connects people to dozens of organizations and service providers aimed at helping people learn about and experience ways to improve their physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

Wellness Week kicks off Jan. 23 with a Wellness Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Encinitas Library. There will be dozens of exhibitors and presenters offering free product demonstrations and samples — from massages to acupuncture treatments — free health screenings, free mini-treatments and educational workshops, as well as food vendors, live music and a variety of kids’ activities.

The library branch will serve as the hub of the week’s activities and has all ages covered, from infant development classes to Silver Age Yoga.

Throughout the week, dozens of organizations will be offering free and discounted products and services, and many will be hosting special events free to the public.

For example, Tom Keller Pediatric Dentistry is offering a free child initial oral exam, cleaning and X-rays for any new patient, and Orange Theory Fitness will give away free trial memberships when you mention Wellness Week.

Wellness Week also features a variety of free events, including the Wellness Happy Hour on Jan. 27, and the Tibetan Bowl and Gong Concert Jan. 29 at the library. Coral Tree Farm will also host a free class on the nutritional values of heirloom versus hybrid veggies, followed by a farm tour, Jan. 30.

Visit the Encinitas 101 website at encinitas101.com for the full schedule of events and the list of special Wellness Week offers.

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