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Train to Save a Life!

Health First Free CPR Day

Join us for Health First Free CPR Day
& "For Your Heart" 5K

Saturday, June 4

7 to 10:30 a.m.
Space Coast Stadium
5800 Stadium Parkway, Viera

5K starts at 7 a.m.
CPR training starts at 8:30 a.m.

Registration is required for each event. All events are FREE


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CPR Training


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5k Run/Walk


Participants who complete the CPR training will receive the following:

  • American Heart Association's "Friends & Family" CPR & AED Training Certificate
  • Free Health First CPR Day T-shirt
  • Free ticket to a Brevard County Manatees game
  • Certificate for a free personal gourmet pizza from Pizza Gallery & Grill in Viera

5K participants receive the following:

  • Free t-shirt
  • Awards for top finishers
  • Breakfast

CPR Day Activities Include:

  • Free "For Your Heart" 5K with awards for top finishers
  • First Flight helicopter landing
  • Music
  • Brevard Zoo animals
  • Heart Healthy cooking demonstration
  • Brevard County Fire Rescue
  • and more
*Please note: CPR taining at this event is "Friends & Family" and does not meet most job-required certifications.

Space Coast Stadium
5800 Stadium Parkway
Viera

*Please note: CPR training at this event is "Friends & Family" and does not meet most job-required certifications.

Health First’s Free CPR Day was first offered to the community in 2009 in conjunction with National CPR Day. In the first year, 125 citizens received free CPR training. Each year, the event has grown larger and in 2014, the event hosted more than 5,000 children and adults at Space Coast Stadium – preparing each of them to save a life.