Senior Festival

Festival Time

October 7, 2015
8am - 2pm


Shopko Hall
1901 S. Oneida St.
Green Bay, WI

                                      Wednesday, October 7, 2015 ~  8am - 2pm
                                                     Shopko Hall, Green Bay

Join us for the 27th annual Forever Young Senior Festival!

This show combines the best products, services, and organizations for the 65+ market, making it a valuable and educational experience that you don’t want to miss!

Returning in 2015…

  • Free admission
  • Free shuttle from the Lambeau Field parking lot provided by Lamers Tour & Travel

The 2014 event included:

Streu’s Pharmacy Bay Natural Health Screening Area will include:

  • Free Blood Pressure Screenings
  • Free Compression Stocking Fittings
  • Shingles Vaccines – fee required
  • Flu Vaccines – Preservative Free Vaccine - fee required, Medicare B can be billed
  • Cholesterol Screenings - fasting required, fee required 
  • Free Pharmacist on-site
  • Visit for more information
  • Free seminars sponsored by UnitedHealthcare
  • Free snacks sponsored by ReBath
  • Free live entertainment sponsored by Interim HealthCare
  • Prize Giveaways at 1:30pm (must be present to win) sponsored by Network Health


 Entertainment Schedule

8am           Line dancing- YMCA

9am           Gentle Yoga- YWCA Green Bay – De Pere

10am         Joint Movement- YWCA Green Bay – De Pere

11:30am    Let Me Be Frank Productions 

12:45pm    Anastasia Lee, Italiano Soprano

1:30pm      Prize Drawings


Educational Seminars Schedule

8:30am      Aurora BayCare, “Stroke Awareness”

9:30am      Streu’s Pharmacy Bay Natural, Jeff Kirchner RPH,                                                                Medication concerns as we grow older”  

10:30 am   Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists of Green Bay, Dr. Joel Hein                                “Shoulder Pain: Causes & Treatment Options”

11:00am     Prevea Regional Orthopedic Center, Dan Severance, M.D.,                                                “Osteoporosis and Fall/Fracture Prevention”

12:15pm     AAA Wisconsin, “Keeping the Keys”