Rise VT Hosts Smoothie Bike and Life-Sized Jenga in the Parks!

Visiting the Vermont State Parks just got a whole lot more delicious...as part of a Vermont-wide initiative to promote healthy living, RiseVT will be visiting the Vermont State Parks several times over the course of the summer with a smoothie bike and a set of life-sized jenga pieces!

Families and individuals are one of RiseVT key target groups, so they’ve decided to bring their message to the parks with some nutritious mixes and stress-less fun.

The summer schedule is as follows:
Vermont Days - Saturday, June 13th, 2015: noon-2pm at Lake Carmi State Park
Vermont Days - Saturday, June 13th, 2015: 5:30-7pm at Sand Bar State Park
Saturday afternoon, July 11th at Grand Isle State Park
Saturday afternoon, July 18th at Grand Isle State Park
Sunday afternoon, July 26th at Kill Kare State Park
Sunday afternoon, August 30th at Kill Kare State Park

From the RiseVT blog:

On Saturday, May 30th, RiseVT debuted it’s “soon to be famous” smoothie bike at the North Hero Community Hall Radiant Health and Wellness Fair.  Five batches of smoothies were made and enjoyed by all!

RiseVT Coordinator Dorey Demers gracefully spilled the first batch all over herself and the floor but thankfully there were many community partners to help her as they cleaned up and shared a laugh.
Kids enjoyed hopping on the bike and were anxiously awaiting to try out the smoothie that they had just “rode” for.   The RiseVT Berrylicious Smoothie was a hit.

Here is the recipe: (Yields approximately 32 ounces)
2 cups of frozen berries
1 banana
Handful of fresh kale
100% pure orange juice
Ice if needed

In addition to providing fresh cool smoothies to the attendees, RiseVT also provided free blood pressure screenings with health coach Brian Clukey. It was a great day had by all and thank you to our community partner Beverley Camp for inviting us to participate!


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