Kid Power, a free event for children, youth, and families in the Tri-Cities region, will occur on May 22nd from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Johnson City Farmer’s Market (100 East Market St.). Kid Power is held every year during Mental Health Awareness Month to help promote the mental wellness of children, youth, and their families.
“At a time when the emotional health of children is in such turbulence, it is essential that we bring awareness of the importance of children’s mental health and the availability of community resources to the public. “ – Tim Perry, Sr. VP of Children’s Services, Frontier Health
Kid Power will feature over 20 interactive educational booths, music, dance, open mic, art, yoga, karate demonstrations, photo booths, Tweetsie Trail Scavenger Hunt Bike Ride, and much more. Kid Power is brought to you through many community partners, including Kids Like Us, Small Miracles, The Johnson City Farmers Market, Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth, TN Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services System, TN System of Care, TN Voices, and Frontier Health. Masks and Social Distancing is recommended, but not required.