3rd Annual FunFitness Dance Exercise Event

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3rd Annual FunFitness Dance Exercise Event

The 3rd Annual FunFitness Dance Exercise™ Event is back and bigger than ever before. Be sure to register for this exciting, upcoming event.

By Dorothy Marie Kinnard Foundation

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 10 · 11am - 3pm CDT


YMCA Camp Widjiwagan 3088 Smith Springs Road Nashville, TN 37013

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11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

T-Shirts available for pick up between 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Please register)

About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us for the 3rd Annual FunFitness Dance Exercise™ Event on Saturday, June 10, 2023 at the city’s largest synchronized dance exercise event promoting health and wellness. R&B Music Sensation Tony Terry will be there to cheer us on to his single, "Family Reunion” a masterful remake from the Mighty O’jays as hundreds join in solidarity. This year’s pre-Juneteenth FunFitness theme: Freedom to Good Health, Strong Minds, and Healthy Families will focus on empowerment to better health and wellness for the whole family. Join us at the FREE family-friendly event for an exciting day full of fun and engagement including healthy food demonstrations and sampling, a host of family-fun activities such as the kid’s water park, ziplining, gogo pit, kangaroo inflatable jumper, airnasium, disc golf, and much more. Vendors will also be there to share important information regarding your health in addition to give-a-ways. It's a day you don't want to miss, so come and bring the entire family. Don’t forget to learn the funfitness dance exercise and join the fun!

Learn the FunFitness Dance

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About the organizer

The mission of the Dorothy Marie Kinnard Foundation is to serve as a platform to raise awareness and spotlight problem solving techniques designed to help African Americans better manage diabetes as well as help decrease the number of African Americans who are at risk of developing the disease.