Tulsa Health Department's Community free block party

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Updated: 10/03/2013 1:06 pm Published: 10/03/2013 12:33 pm

The Tulsa Health Department's Pathways to Health partnership is hosting a free community block party at 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Cooper Elementary.

The interactive, family-friendly event will include cooking demonstrations, story time, games, health screenings, snacks and fun for all ages.

Dr. Bruce Dart, Tulsa Health Department director, said, “There are so many agencies, coalitions and organizations working to improve the health of residents across Tulsa County. We're coming to your neighborhood so everyone has the opportunity to learn about resources available in your own back yard.”

This will be the second event in a series of block parties in six regions across Tulsa County hosted by the P2H partnership based off the recent Community Health Needs Assessment.

The third block party will be held Nov. 7 at Marshall Elementary for the Central West region. The remaining block parties will be held in the spring for the North, South and West regions.

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