Free health screenings and information will be offered to Cache Valley’s Latino community at the 10th annual Hispanic Health Fair. The event will take place on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Logan Recreation Center.

Activities will include free health screenings, physical activities for the whole family, music and food vendors.

“It’s really kind of a fun, loud health fair,” said Martha Johnson, chairwoman of the Northern Utah Hispanic Health Coalition.

Physical activities at the fair will include taekwondo demonstrations and Zumba dancing.

Johnson said all the booths at the fair will either have a bilingual member or an assigned translator.

“We wanted something that the Spanish-speaking community could connect to,” Johnson said.

The event will feature more than 40 booths, including Intermountain Healthcare, USU Psychology Community Clinic and the Utah Assistive Technology Program.

“There are a lot of resources here in Logan and Cache Valley,” Johnson said. “This is a great opportunity for this community to get connected.”

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