ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - Not everyone wants to get out and exercise in these cold months of winter, so the Buffalo Bills opened up the Fieldhouse near the stadium for its first Family Day.
Visitors took advantage of interactive games including drills to run on the turf, hula hoops, jump ropes, and other fun, fitness encouraging activities.
There was also a health care services team that had displays on ways to stay healthy during the winter.
The event is free to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York members and open to everyone. Additional Family Days are on January 12, February 17, March 16, and March 23.
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