The Latest Issue of Living Well- Enjoy All Klamath Basin Healthy Happenings!

Get outside, and get engaged!

SPRING FEVER
Have you noticed that as Spring in Klamath Falls teases us with a few days of nice weather, we all start to get a little antsy to get outside? Each May, the Blue Zones Project, Klamath Falls team feels the same way. We have several great opportunities this Spring for you to get outside, get moving, or just get re-engaged in our beautiful community.
MAY 16:
GIVE BACK DAY
Pick a project and give back for the fourth year in a row, we’re teaming up with the Klamath Falls City Schools and JustServe.org to expand this day of volunteering to our entire community…Preview projects and register →
MAY 17:
BIKE, WALK OR RUN TO WORK
Moving Naturally on National Bike to Work DayVisit one of four breakfast stations around town, grab a bite to eat, get a free t-shirt, and enter to win prizes! The community is also hosting an evening celebration at Zach’s Bikes…Learn more on our Facebook page →
BLUE ZONES PROJECT APPROVED:
TERRA VEG 
First vegan restaurant to Klamath FallsIf you haven’t yet visited Terra Veg on East Main Street, you’re missing out. After opening in late March, Chef Liz is quickly becoming a mainstay on the Klamath Falls dining scene…Read more in the most recent issue of Living Well →
MORE UPCOMING EVENTS
Timbermill Shores Tour 
May 8Co-hosted with the Klamath County Association of Realtors; local leaders will be guiding us through the history of the site and what lies ahead for the downtown waterfront…Learn MoreWorksite Moai Kick-Off 
May 13Back by popular demand, registered worksite teams will be competing across the community. Moais are a great way to build morale, foster connections, and get moving…Register Your Team
Tobacco Litter Clean-Up 
June 19We’ll be kicking (cigarette) butts once again. This quarter, we’re focusing on the Mills Neighborhood. In March, 25 volunteers picked up over 8,000 cigarette butts downtown Klamath Falls…Learn More
Check out our event calendar for even more opportunities to get involved in the community and continue to help Klamath Falls make the Healthy Choice, the Easy Choice. #LiveLongerBetterEvent Calendar →

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