Streets Alive! Delights in Belmont
Fall Events Kicks Off
October Partner Spotlight
Keeping Seniors, Families 
Healthy, Active, Independent, and Safe 
According to the National Safety Council, over 30 million people suffer from injuries each year caused by home-related incidents.   
Whether its extra caution in the kitchen or placing non-skid mats in the bathtub, every preventative step makes a difference, especially for seniors.  
Read helpful tips to improve safety at home for everyone on our Tabitha partner highlight web page.  
LNKTV Health
September Shape of the City   
Watch the full episode
In the first segment of October's Shape of the City, the LPS Wellness Program  talks  about this year's  wellness challenges.      In the second segment, PHL and LPS talk about the recent data relating to  fitness, obesity, and P.E in the Lincoln Public Schools.       In the last segment, PHL talks about Streets Alive! and it's new location this year in Belmont.

Find a comprehensive calendar of health, wellness, and fitness events in Lincoln here.
LNKTV Health
Bright Spots 
Watch Fit Club and Healthy Eating
Check out how the Lincoln Salvation Army is working to help youth stay fit and eat healthy in these two new "Bright Spots" on LNKTV Health You Tube.
Watch Fit Club and Exercise

Did you catch our August 19 Health and the City column in the Lincoln Journal Star Neighborhood Extra all about the "rebranding" of 10 Health TV?  It's now LNKTV Health. 
 Streets Alive 2017! Welcomed Over 4,000 
Visitors Enjoyed Fitness, Food, Fun, Free Health Resources
SA 2017 Collage    
A Great Day!
Thanks to the thousands who came out to join us at Streets Alive! on Sept. 10.  We had lovely weather and a great turnout in the Belmont neighborhood.
We are also grateful to our wonderful exhibitors, food vendors, and performers for joining with us to make our community more healthy.   A special thanks to our amazing sponsors, planning committee, and volunteers for helping our city get out and get moving.  A shout out to UNL Women's Basketball team for coming out to support us at Streets Alive!
Fall Partner Event Highlights
Brazilian meat and bean stew
Check out a few of the fall happenings from some of our partners:
The Community Crops Veggie Van will offer fresh local produce at 23rd & O Sts. until Sept. 30.  Community Crops,  the Asian Community and Cultural Center, and Open Harvest are hosting a cooking class on Brazilian food on Sept. 26. Learn more or register.

The Asian Center is also hosting their Harvest Moon Festival at
Antelope Park on October 7th, from 4 PM to 8 PM.  Food, culture, entertainment and a health fair. 

Move More Lincoln offers free outdoor yoga, on Sunday, September 17th and 24th at 10 a.m. at the John Shildneck Bandshell  in Antelope Park, St 3140 Sumner St.

The Nebraska Sports Council is hosting the 2017 Pumpkin Run on Oct. 7.  The largest of its kind in the nation, thousands of Lincoln elementary school kids will participate in a cross country run at Pioneers Park. Come out and watch. Learn more.

The YMCA is kicking off their Fall Fitness programming.  Lots of activities for people of all ages and abilities  Learn more.

Still time to sign up for Lincoln Park & Recreation's Prairie Run on Oct. 29 at Pioneers Park Nature Center. Register at: (search Prairie Run) or go out and watch in a beautiful setting.

Our partner shines in new video

Community Learning Centers
Watch it now. Prepare to be amazed.
This great video about the Lincoln Community Learning Centers shows how they connect schools, businesses, and community with LPS students and their families to give kids the resources they need to thrive.  Produced by LNKTV Health.

Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln (PHL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health, wellness, and fitness of our community. We collaborate with other organizations on joint projects to improve health by increasing physical fitness, promoting healthy weights and good nutrition, supporting breastfeeding, and improving cancer screening and vaccination rates.
Our work includes improving health and wellness policies, conducting community level research, and evaluation of the success of local health initiatives. 
Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln
4600 Valley Road Ste. 250      Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: (402) 430-9940      Fax: (402) 483-4802