Shippensburg University’s Counseling Center will be featuring a Locks of Love hair donation drive, therapy dogs and prizes in its 14th annual Wellness Fair on Wednesday, April 10.
The Counseling Center will be holding a series of fun activities and entertainment to bring awareness to the importance of health and wellness. A wide variety of local businesses, organizations and clubs will be present to provide “tools of wellness,” including a hair donation drive by Locks of Love.
Not only will the local businesses and the Counseling Center be giving out free giveaways and door prizes every hour, but will also be hosting relaxing events.
Services such as free massages and reiki sessions will be provided to help visitors de-stress and continue their day with a peaceful state of mind. Visitors will also see the cheerful faces of service dogs roaming about and looking for a good pet.
The fair will have free entertainment from a special performance by In-Motion Dance Troupe, as well as a yoga demonstration from the Cumberland Valley Martial Arts Center. Julie Clark of the SU Police Department will also give an informative demonstration on self-defense.
The Counseling Center’s Wellness Fair is free for students, faculty and staff, and will be located in the Ceddia Union Building Multipurpose Room from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.