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Mega Senior Expo
March 28 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sheriff Ivy To Speak At Brevard’s Largest Senior Expo!
Brevard Senior Expos will host the 10th annual Mega Senior Expo on Wednesday, March 28th, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Melbourne Auditorium located 625 East Hibiscus Blvd, Melbourne and Helping Seniors will be onsite with information, education, television tapings and more.
For 10 years this event has been a destination for boomers, seniors and caregivers to educate, learn and meet face to face with professionals in our community to talk about their needs and learn about options when it comes to everything from health to Hobbies.
This event became the largest event pertaining to seniors health and well being in Brevard County. Over 2000 seniors attended Nov 2017 Mega Senior Expo event.
We are pleased to announce that Sheriff Wayne Ivey will conduct the opening ceremony for the event. The event traditionally beings with Veterans salute ceremony to honor our fallen heroes. Seniors will have a chance to interact with Sheriff Ivy and ask questions during the lecture he will have at 11 am. Refreshments and desserts will be served. Seniors can sign up to attend the lectures at the registration table.
At the event, Seniors can access resources and information on aging successfully and check out new ideas to improve lifestyle. Learn the benefits of being healthy, being pain free or reducing your pain levels. Professionals are on hand to teach seniors everything from How to keep your memory sharp to how to keep the pounds off.
The expo is full of fun and entertainment, food sampling, fashion show, giveaways as well as lots of great educational and interactive displays from exhibitors with products and services to help seniors learn about their options, seek out alternatives and find solutions that will enhance their life.
The first 500 seniors will receive a free goody bag.
Free parking and Free admission!
Join your friends from Helping Seniors and pick up the latest copy of Senior Scene Magazine onsite! Look for the Helping Seniors Facebook live cameras at the event too!
For more information, contact (321) 773-1454