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Health & Safety Fair: Fifteenth annual event Sept. 28 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sponsors: Nevada County Health Department, Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, KNCO and The Union. Free admission and parking. Adults and children. Features low-cost or free tests: hearing, vision, skin cancer, dental and bone density. Kids’ Zone features Stellar Gymnastics’ “Bounce House,” along with fitness, nutrition and safety tips. Fitness Zone will test and offer demonstrations. Personal trainer Gayle Lossman and Carole Carson will lead one-hour walk at 11 a.m. Mind, Body & Soul Zone features acupuncture, massage, etc. Safety Zone features helicopter landing by Calstar, plus safety advice. Experts will give short lectures. Food and water available. Questions: Brett Nelson, SNMH 274-6715.

Pilates: Free introductory session. Caroll Christy, instructor. Beginner class for adults of all ages. Thirty-45 minute orientation with machines and mat. Wear comfortable clothes. Alternative Fitness Center. For appointment 432-8985.

Kids’ Run: Includes track, cross-country, stretching, and nutrition. Sierra Trailblazers, sponsors and instructors. All levels and ages. One hour. Newcomers welcome. Annual membership $15. Tuesdays, 6-7 p.m. Nevada Union High School track. Contact Peggy Davidson, 265-5588, or

Pilates: Free introductory session. Lou Ann Martin, instructor. Basic levels. Mat exercises. Tuesdays at 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24, and Oct. 1 and 8. Bring small towel and wear comfortable clothes. Other beginning classes available. Courthouse Athletic Club. Signup 274-3481.

Pilates: Free class with introduction to equipment. Linda Burquez, instructor. All levels. One hour. Thursday, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Wear comfortable clothes. Synergy Pilates and Massage Center. Questions: 470-0906.

Tennis: Clinic for adult beginners or re-entry players. Instructor Nick Bodley, tennis professional. One hour. $6-10. Ridge Racquet Club, 273-8514.

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