District Fit is returning this spring for its third edition to downtown West Palm Beach after two successful editions. The fitness festival attracted over 1,500 participants last year and is expecting more people this year.
The festival is taking place Thursday, March 7th through Saturday, March 9th at the Hilton West Palm Beach and CityPlace. The goal of the festival is to promote a heathier lifestyle throughout the community.
The three-day event will focus on your physical wellbeing and mindful movement through more than two dozen workouts. The fitness programs and events will be led by elite trainers, culinary events by local tastemakers, kid friendly activities and live entertainment.
New this year, District Fit has partnered with Hope Water, a South Florida based charity that works to provide clean water resources to those in need around the world. The classes and fitness programs are open to the public and are free, and participants are encouraged to donate to the organizations for each activity they choose. All proceeds from donations will go directly to Hope Water. Some classes have limited space and all classes require sign up.
District Fit will be hosting a kick off vegan dinner party at the Gallery and a cooking demonstration led by Top Chef finalist Lindsay Autry at The Regional.
For more information about District Fit, click here to visit their website.