Wellness Fair

Unlock Wellness

Our Wellness Fair serves as a vital resource hub, fostering a supportive environment where individuals can explore a multitude of resources aimed at nurturing their physical, mental, and emotional health. Following the resounding success of last year's event, we are thrilled to expand and enhance our offerings this year. From informative expos to interactive demonstrations, and access to various wellness services, this year's fair promises to be even more enriching and empowering.

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Welcome to our second annual Wellness Fair, dedicated to promoting holistic well-being for our students and employees.


  • External vendors: Enter through the south side of SRC, park on the west side.
  • Students: Stop outside the north side entrance for a swag bag & passport card for a free lunch.
  • Employees: Stop at the employee information table in the corridor for a tote bag and additional instructions on how to receive your employee gift and lunch.

Lunch Choices:

  • Turkey Box Lunch: Full Turkey Cheddar Sandwich, Chips, and Cookie 
  • Roast Beef Box Lunch: Full Roast Beef & Provolone Sandwich, Chips, and Cookie 
  • Chicken Pecan Box Lunch: Chicken Salad Sandwich, Chips, and Cookie
  • Apple Feta Salad Lunch: Apple, Feta, Mixed greens, Balsamic Vinaigrette, GH roll, butter, and Cookie
  • Sesame Chicken Salad Lunch: Chicken, Sesame, Peanuts, Carrots, Miso Vinaigrette, GH roll/butter, and Cookie

In an effort to support the CBC Food Pantry, we are accepting donations for personal hygiene items and non-perishable food items. Please consider bringing a donation to the Wellness Fair if you are able. For specific questions regarding acceptable donations, please email cbcfoodpantryFREECOLUMBIA_BASIN.

Discover the joy of movement and fun at our wellness fair! Join us to explore exciting activities like knockerball, inflatable axe throwing, and therapy dogs. Don't miss out—reserve your spot in each description below for Pickle Ball, Cardio Dance Class, and Hula Introduction.

  • Knockerball 10 am to 2 pm

    A protective single chamber ball of air with handles inside and shoulder straps to enable you to have fun control.  Slam in to another Knockerball opponent and never get hurt.  OK, there is some pain involved, the pain in your sides from so much laughter. Don't forget to practice some rolling and flipping.  Provided by Knockerball Tricities. 

  • Inflatable Axe Throwing 10 am to 2 pm

    The safe and fun way to throw axes. You will be entertained for hours with the Inflatable Axe Throwing Game.  Provided by Knockerball Tricities.

  • Massage Therapy 10 am to 2 pm

    Chair massages will be available during the event, visit the Float Euphoria table to sign up.

  • Live Music 10 am to 2pm

    Immerse yourself in the uplifting rhythms and beats of our live DJ Brandon performance at the wellness fair. Feel the energy surge through you as the music fills the air, creating a lively and invigorating ambiance. From soulful melodies to infectious tunes, our DJ will curate a captivating soundtrack that resonates with the spirit of health and vitality. Whether you're grooving to the music, connecting with others, or simply soaking in the positive vibes, our live music experience promises to elevate your senses and enhance your overall well-being."

  • Therapy Dogs 10 am to 2 pm

    Our furry friends are back and ready for a full day of support to our faculty, staff, and students.  Be sure to stop by and give them a pat or two! 

  • Pickle Ball 10:45 am to 11:30 am

    Presented by Rod Taylor, who currently teaches the Pickleball PE course at CBC and has experience teaching it at his previous institution.  This session will involve going over the basic rules and techniques of pickleball, walk participants through simple drills and then give the opportunity to play some live games. Wear comfortable clothing and non-marking athletic shoes for exercise. Sign up for the Pickle Ball session here!

  • Cardio Dance Class 11:45 am to 12:30 pm

    This fun workout session features Latin and international rhythms that inspire movement and dance. Using a combination of verbal and non-verbal cues participants "feel the music" rather than relying on instructions for each move. All ability and fitness levels are welcome. Follow along or make up your own moves during this fun demonstration led by Dr Luz Garza and CBC staff. Sign up for the Cardio Dance Class session here!

  • Hula Introduction 12:45 am to 1:30 pm

    Hālau Kamakahiwaokalani  was formed in 1972 by Kumu Hula Kamakahiwaokalani (Onie) Huihui Rendall.  The purpose of the Hālau is to perpetuate the Hawaiian Culture through the teaching of the hula, both Kahiko and `Auana.    We have performed all over the state of Washington, Oregon and Idaho and participated in many cultural events throughout the years.  The most notable being the Folklife festival in Seattle, Wa., the care of the wa`a (canoes) of the Tri City Outrigger Canoe Club by making sure the Hawaiian Protocol is upheld is also our responsibility.  The  Hālau is a way of life and a way to stay in touch with the culture and food of Hawai`i. Led by Kumu Hula Onie Huihui Rendall (Hula Master) and Hula students. Sign up for the Hula Introduction session here!

“Dive into our curated list of exhibitors below and embark on your journey towards a healthier, happier you.”

The 2024 Wellness Committee


What is important to you?

Organized into distinct categories, each exhibitor offers valuable insights and services tailored to different aspects of wellness. Whether you're seeking ways to improve your physical health, enhance your mental well-being, or explore opportunities for personal growth, you'll find a wealth of resources here to support your journey.

Please note that exhibitors marked with an asterisk (*) represent internal departments and committees, while those marked with two asterisks (**) are student clubs. This distinction highlights the collaborative effort between our institution's various entities in promoting wellness across our community.

Priortizing one's general physical health; choosing healthy habits; learning about diet and nutrition.

  • 12 Stones Fitness
  • Campus Security
  • Kadlec Medical Center
  • TC Community Health
  • Hope Medical
  • TC Cancer Center
  • Fred Hutch Cancer Center
  • Blue Carrot Pilates & Smoothie Bar
  • StarCycle Kennewick
  • Greenies Richland
  • Lourdes Health and Counseling Center
  • Trios Health
  • Wonderland Pole & Dance Studio
  • Hawks Cycling
  • HealthSource Chiropractic
  • HCA Washington Wellness
  • Alzheimer's Assocation of WA
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Pasco Fire Department
  • Pasco Vision Clinic
  • Planet Fitness
  • Wellness Committee

Awareness and acceptance of one's feelings; the degree to which one feels positive and enthusiastic about one's self and life.

  • CBC Counseling & Advising
  • IMPACT Compassion Center
  • Insight Meditation of the Mid-Columbia
  • Heads Up Tri-Cities
  • Float Euphoria
  • Go Team Therapy Dogs
  • Comprehensive Healthcare
  • K-9 Polar - West Richland Police Department (Wellness Dogs)

Personal satisfaction and enrichment in life through work that is personally meaningful and rewarding.

  • HR-Student/Hourly/Adjunct Recruitment
  • School of Career & Technical Education
  • School of Education
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Math, Science & Engineering
  • Workforce Education Center (WEC)
  • Veterans Education & Transition Services

Expanding knowledge and skills while discovering the potential for sharing one's talents with others.

  • Academic Success Center (ASC)
  • ASCBC: Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society (PTK)
  • CBC Library
  • Disability Support Services (DSS)
  • REACH Museum
  • Visual Arts Program and Esvelt Gallery

Occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being; becoming aware of how one's external environment affects them.

  • Ben Franklin Transit
  • Columbia Basin Chapter WA Native Plant Society
  • Environmental Safety and Health Committee
  • Friends of Bader Mountain
  • Mid-Columbia Basin Chapter WA Native Plant Society
  • Sustainable Tri-Cities
  • Sustainability Committee

Effectively managing one's economic life; monitoring daily finances, setting and achieving financial goals, protecting against risk.

  • Aflac
  • Department of Retirement Sytems
  • Gesa Credit Union
  • HAPO Community Credit Union
  • STCU Credit Union
  • Washington College Savings Plan

Ability to care for others while taking care of oneself; spending quality time with others, being nurturing and empathizing, having a sense of belonging.

  • ASCBC: American Sign Language (ASL) Club
  • ASCBC: Dental Hygiene Club
  • ASCBC: Game Club
  • ASCBC: Latter-Day Saint Student Association
  • ASCBC: League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
  • ASCBC: Kairos Christian Club
  • ASCBC: Professional Agricultrue Student Organization (PAS)
  • ASCBC: Student Clubs
  • ASCBC: Support for Queers United with Allies Making a Difference (SQUAD)
  • DEI Committee
  • Domestic Violence Services of Benton & Frankling Counties
  • Elijah Family Homes
  • Green Dot/Title IX
  • Helping Hands
  • Hockey Club
  • Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society
  • Lutheran Community Services NW
  • Support, Advocacy & Resource Center (SARC)
  • Sigma Tau Club - Surgical Technology
  • Pasco Prevention Network
  • Fields of Grace
  • Mid-Columbia Meals on Wheels
  • Knockerball Tri-Cities
  • IMPACT - Compassion Center
  • Fleet Feet Tri-Cities
  • Framed Photo Booth Co.
  • Soroptimist International of Pasco-Kennewick
  • Tri-Cities Skate Community
  • Taylored Living Magazine

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We extend our heartfelt thanks to Molina Healthcare for their generous sponsorship in support of our Wellness Fair!

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