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Check out Kaiser’s Community Troupe, an interactive adventure for kids, explore the Wild Zone nature play area or try your hand at rock wall climbing. Stop by the Heart and Stroke Pavilion to learn hands-only CPR or take a wellness workshop about nutrition and healthy living. Live entertainment, music, demonstrations, dancing and lots of exhibitors will inspire you to live healthy! Admission and parking are FREE!

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Make a commitment to getting fit by signing up for Healthy Trails 3, a FREE fitness challenge providing a fun and adventurous way to exercise and connect with nature as you explore miles and miles of spectacular Santa Clara County park trails.

Snacks are available at the food court on a cash only basis.  Free raffle prizes and reusable bottles will be given away while supplies last.

Hellyer County Park is located at 985 Hellyer Avenue in San Jose. Due to limited space, parking at Hellyer is restricted for this event. Free parking will be provided at Family Life Christian Center, Hellyer Elementary School and Sylvandale Middle School. Festival in the Park is brought to you by the Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department.  For additional information please call (408) 355-2201 or visit


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