Event Post Archive

Healthy Central Florida is pleased to promote healthy, active, fun events that also build community. See you out and about!

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Bike to Work Day is March 8th - Join Us!

Biking to work is fun, green and healthy! Join hundreds of riders…

Walk90 Nears the Finish Line - Healthy Happenings!

The 90-day walking challenge known as the Walk90 ends on Dec. 29th. Better health, more fun and closer relationships have been reported by many. And the prizes are nice too! A one-year membership to RDV Sportsplex awaits the winner...read more.

Walk & Bike to School - Fun, Healthy, Green - Join us!

Would you like for your child to be able to walk and bike safely…

We've Come a Long Way, Baby - Nearly 50 Counting!!

Just over a year old, Breathe Free Winter Park is going strong with 41 restaurants voluntarily offering smoke-free patio dining. More are signing on...

Reading and Riding - A Great Combination for this Librarian

Originally from Great Britain, Jonathan Miller, Director of the Library at Rollins, was looking for a job and community that would enable him walk or bike to work. He found that in Winter Park where he bikes to Rollins most days of the week – and loves it.

Bike to Work Day WP - March 8, 2017

Wherever you live and work – ride to work! Afterwards adult riders are invited to a group ride and social hour at Park Social...

TGIBF - Thank God It's (Bike) Friday!

Join the bike to work movement by pedaling to work on Fridays. It’s already casual – now make it fun! Join us starting Fridays, Nov. 20th!

Walking Summit Attracts 500: Features HCF Speakers

From real estate values, retail sales and crime reduction to measurable health improvements, walking and walkability are what's good for U.S. cities.

Announcing 2015-16 Health Innovation Grant Winners  

$25,000 awarded to eleven uniquely qualified grantee projects.

National Bike to School Day Attracted Nearly 2,000 Participants

Arriving on bicycles, scooters, skateboards and even tandem bicycles, children all over our community walked and rolled to school for fun and health.