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Vendors Sought For Second Ridgewood Good Life Festival

HealthBarn USA served up samples at last year's festival.
HealthBarn USA served up samples at last year's festival. Photo Credit: HealthBarn USA Facebook

RIDGEWOOD, N.J. -- The second annual Good Life Ridgewood Mayors Wellness Campaign and Festival will be on Sunday, Sept. 25, and festival organizers are seeking sponsors and vendors.

The goal of the program is to bring attention to Ridgewood as a destination for healthy living and wellness. Last year, over 800 people attended -- so it's a good opportunity for local businesses to connect with residents.

This festival will bring residents, visitors, businesses and professionals together to show off what the community has to offer: social services, health lifestyle businesses, healthy places for kids, mental health services, alternative medicine, local medical/dental specialists, nutritionists and more.

Good Life Ridgewood is self-funding: no Village of Ridgewood funds are being spent on this event. It's completely dependent on sponsors and paying exhibitors to cover the costs. This year, the event is adding even more entertainment and participatory experiences to draw in visitors and participants.

Sponsorship and participation levels range from a premium exhibition space -- which includes a banner flag on an East Ridgewood Avenue lamppost and other advertising opportunities -- down to free exhibition space for nonprofits. See the attached form for more details.

Register for these opportunities by June 30. Email goodliferidgewood@gmail.com with questions.

The festival will run from from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Memorial Park at Van Neste Square. The rain date is Sunday, Oct. 2.

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