Stronger Austin Day


free, healthy family fun open to the entire community


You’re Invited!

Saturday, September 23, 2017


You’re invited to our first Stronger Austin Day – free, healthy family fun open to the entire community.

Stronger Austin Day will introduce Stronger Austin’s mission with a day of fun and free health, fitness, and nutrition activities. Families will also have the opportunity to learn more about available health and wellness services in Austin.



Event Details

Stronger Austin Day


Join us in celebrating the launch of Stronger Austin this Saturday, September 23rd at the Turner Roberts Recreation Center. Enjoy free exercise classes, kids activities, free health screenings and more!

  • When: Saturday, September 23
  • Time: 10:00 AM-12 Noon
  • Location: Turner Roberts Recreation Center
    7201 Colony Loop Drive
    Austin, TX 78724 (click here for directions)

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Schedule of Events


Come be a part of building a more inclusive recreational environment that strengthens Greater Austin as a whole.

10:00 AM
– Opening Keynote by Ray Jackson, former Michigan Wolverine and ‘Fab Five’ legend
– Community Service Provider Expo
– Central Texas Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry

10:40AM
– 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
– Cooking Demonstration
– On Field Kids Activities
– Free Zumba Class
– Health Screenings

11:20AM
– Free WeViva Bootcamp

12:00PM
– Closing remarks
– 1-mile Community Walk, led by Austin City Council member Ora Houston

Event schedule subject to change


Stronger Austin Day Partners


Produced by the partners of Stronger Austin and with special thanks to My Brother’s Keeper Austin, Stronger Austin Day will bring the citizens of Austin together to increase recreational opportunities within underserved Austin communities.


Huston-Tillotson University
RBI Baseball
Ghisallo Cycling
City of Austin (Austin Public Health)
UT School of Public Health
Austin Parks & Recreation
My Brother's Keeper
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