Plano Families First 2020 Health and Wellness Fall Fair – Canceled

Plano Public Library Outreach Van at a 2019 event // courtesy PPL
Plano Public Library Outreach Van at a 2019 event // courtesy PPL

Update Oct. 15: After reviewing the current COVID conditions in the City of Plano and considering the potential size and duration of this event, the City of Plano has cancelled Plano Family First Event scheduled for Saturday, October 17, 2020. The City of Plano remains committed to ensuring the health and safety of our community.


For the third year in a row, the Plano Families First Health and Wellness Fall Fair will provide access to health care, school supplies, healthy foods, jobs and more resources. The event will take place at Plano Event Center Oct. 17 from 8:30 a.m. until noon. Masks are required at this event for anyone age three or older. Social distancing and safety measures will be in place.

Presented by United Healthcare, the event will provide free school supply packets to Plano ISD students. Free flu shots, dental screenings and fluoride varnishes will also be provided for uninsured children. In addition, Plano Public Library will offer free books, bubbles, pencils, and the North Texas Food Bank will give away free jars of peanut butter.

The annual job fair included in this event will be virtual this year. There are a multitude of companies participating, including Plano ISD. Online listings can be viewed online from Oct. 17 through Dec. 15. Attendees of the in-person event can receive a free, professional head shot to use on LinkedIn.

Other sponsors include Bank of America, Capital One, Care Van, Children’s Health, City of Plano, FedEx Office, Liberty Mutual, North Texas Food Bank, NTT Data, Plano Chamber of Commerce, Plano ISD, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and TXU.

Photo ID and proof of Plano residence are required to attend. Attendees can visit the website below to fill out the registration form in advance to bring to the event.

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