Volunteers needed for the Harvest Hustle 5K!!

Volunteers are still needed for the Harvest Hustle 5K!!  You can help with set up, registration, timing, and race “encouragement”!  Please sign up using the race registration link:



13th Annual Harvest Hustle 5K Run/Walk


The Harvest Hustle will be held Saturday October 14th, 2017. This event has continued to grow over the years and has become a staple at Lowell’s Harvest Festival. The FOCUS of this event is to encourage families to lead healthy and active lives together. There is no better way to kick off a weekend of celebration than with a little exercise. So lace up your shoes and get ready for the Harvest Hustle 5K Run / Walk.

Packet Pick Up will be from 4-6 pm on Friday, 10/13/17 at Northern Physical Therapy, 2050 W Main St, Lowell. Phone number for inquiries about pickup: 616-881-1967.

Race Day registration and packet pick up will be at the Lowell Police Station garage on Avery Street, beginning at 7:30 AM. Race begins at 8:30 AM.

**Available t-shirt sizes will be limited after 10/1**

Registration Fees:

$25 / adult

$15 / student


**registration fees increase on 10/7/17

Click Here to Register



Lowell Health Expo Thursday August 17

Would you like to be part of the Lowell Heath Expo held in conjunction  with Pink Arrow Community Day?  The focus of this event is to promote the health and wellness of our community through information and education.  This event is a wonderful way for  you to show off the services you offer to assist families in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  Click on the links below for more information and application to part of this fun day!


2017 Lowell Health Expo Vendor Letter

2017 Lowell Health Expo Vendor Application

Beginner Hiking and Backpacking Class

Thursday, March 9th & Thursday, March 23rd.
Two Sessions  – 6pm to 9pm both nights

Wittenbach Agri-Science CenterMap
11715 Vergennes St SE, Lowell, MI 49331

Lowell Wellness is sponsoring a class for those interested in learning a lot about Hiking and Backpacking!

Beginner Hiking and Backpacking is designed to prepare outdoor enthusiasts for a successful experience in day hiking, backpacking or backcountry camping. It will help those just starting out avoid some of the pitfalls of learning via the School of Hard Knocks. Beginner Hiking and Backpacking will describe the pursuit of backpacking as well as hiking and day hiking. We will explore the reasons for backpacking, related activities such as communing with the environment, camping, etc. We will discuss definitions and aspects of backpacking.

More Info. . . 

Smoking Cessation Class in 2017

Lowell Community Wellness is pleased to support a Smoking Cessation Class beginning Tuesday, February 21st, from 6-9 PM at the Lowell Family Medical Center.  This six-week session is open to the public, free of charge, and is supported by the Pink Arrow Project.  Registration is encouraged, please call 6160446-7058.

Tai Chi Continues in 2017!

Lowell Community Wellness will once again offer Tai Chi, led by Dr. John Mogor, beginning this Tuesday night at the Methodist Church, beginning at 7:00 PM.

There is a suggested donation of $5.00 per participant, and the class runs for 8 weeks.  Please consider Tai Chi as part of your 2017 Wellness journey!

Winter Outdoor Skills Class

Join Lowell Wellness and the Fortune Bay Expedition Team for one of the best courses in the midwest one winter outdoor skills.

This course is for beginners and intermediate adventurers who want to learn about camping and thriving in the winter conditions.   The course is based on the National Ski Patrol Curriculum for their Ski Patrollers.  Additional information about keeping warm, properly setting up shelter, sleeping, travel and much more.   The course has two parts – first a lecture at the Englehart Library.   Students can sign up for the lecture only and learn all about winter skills.   For those wishing for more of a challenge, the course continues with a practical exercise in Northern Michigan on the shore of Lake Michigan.   Learn all about the basics, tricks, tips and advanced skills from the best instructors in the state.


Lecture is held on January 8th, 2017 at the Englehart Library from 1 pm to 5 pm.
The practical starts the afternoon of January 20th until January 22nd in Wilderness State Park.

For more information and to register, click here.

First Triple Crown 5K is a BIG Success! Still need Volunteers for the Harvest Hustle!!

The Pink Arrow Quiver had 174 runners registered and all joined in the rainy fun on Saturday, September 17.

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Please join Lowell Community Wellness for the 2nd 5K in the Triple Crown Series, on Saturday, October 8, 2016.  Register for the Harvest Hustle and sign up to volunteer using this link:


Several volunteers are still needed for this event, help out if you can! If you have any questions, please contact Kenda Haines at kenda.haines@gmail.com


Thanks for some great summer activities!

Summer Programming with Lowell Community Wellness

A big shout out for Dr. John Mogor and Kerry Foley for their contributions to a healthy, active summer in the form of Tai Chi and Yoga classes.  These weekly classes were part of the summer activity series offered by Lowell Community Wellness. Thank you to all who attended the Tai Chi classes and Yoga practice held on the Riverwalk.

Tobacco Free For Good

The Tobacco Free For Good (TFFG) class is a seven-session, group smoking cessation / treatment program designed for adults using a curriculum that meets the nationally established Clinical Practice Guidelines for nicotine dependence. The facilitator is Mayo Clinic trained and certified. Lowell Family Medical Center (LFMC) provides the meeting room. This class is offered at no charge to Lowell area residents.

The purpose of this class is to help smokers develop a personalized quit plan. Those attending will learn about nicotine addiction, medications & nicotine replacement therapy, stress management, weight control, relapse prevention and support during and after class.

These classes represent the only free, locally funded community smoking cessation program in the state of Michigan. Since 2006 over 220 people have been helped through this program.

We use a rolling registration format. Anyone interested in a class calls the facilitator to put their name on a waiting list. Once 6-8 people are on the list, we contact them about the next offering.   This allows us accommodate more people as we schedule the class based on what times and days/evenings work best for those on the list.   It is usually a Tuesday or Wednesday evening, however sometimes a Saturday morning class is the best solution; that tends to be the case during the winter months.

These classes are sponsored by Lowell Community Wellness using funds from the Pink Arrow Project with donations earmarked for education and community support.

If you have any questions or want to be put on the waiting list for the next class, contact the facilitator at 616-446-7058.