The BeWell, Together: Wellness, Community, and Belonging Fair is for all Stanford employees and faculty to enjoy. All Fair activities will take place on Koret Plaza, on the south side of the roundabout at the intersection of Galvez Street and Campus Drive. This triangular Plaza is close to the Arrillaga Alumni Center (across Galvez St, west of the Plaza) and the Stanford Visitor Center (across Campus Dr, just northeast of the Plaza), and adjacent to the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, on the south side of the Plaza.
Vendor tables will line both sides of the curving, paved, step-free path (a continuation of Sam McDonald Mall) on the south side of the Plaza. Farmer’s market vendors and staff groups will be located on the southeast side of the Plaza, along Campus Drive. Raffle tables and bike tune-ups will be located on the west side of the Plaza, along Galvez St. (See the list of vendors and exhibitors on the campus event page.)
There are curb ramps providing access to the Fair near all three corners of the Plaza.
Stanford Dining will provide lunches in the area near the southeast corner of the Plaza. Food will be within reach for wheelchair users, and there will be servers to assist you. Long lines are not expected, but volunteers will be available to assist anyone who may have difficulty standing for longer periods.
There will be vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free food options available, while supplies last.
Lunch tables and a picnic area will be located in a grassy, shaded area near the center of the Plaza toward the west side. Event staff are available to assist with identifying alternative seating as needed.
Event staff and volunteers, who will be wearing white BeWell vests or red vests, will be on hand throughout the event to assist attendees. Additional assistance will be available at the BeWell table near the north end of the line of vendor tables.
Anyone can participate in Fair activities, and the event site – including all vendor tables and booths – will be set up with accessibility in mind.
There will be an interactive Zumba demonstration at approximately 12:45 p.m. The instructor will provide options for people with mobility issues to participate if they would like to, for example, while seated.
To request disability-related accommodations, please contact email@example.com.
Parking and Transportation
Disabled parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Stanford Visitor Center at 295 Galvez St. Alternatively, you may find designated street parking on Galvez.
There is a Marguerite shuttle stop directly outside the Visitor Center on Galvez Street. (See also information on free shuttles to and from SLAC and Research Park and the Fair site.)
Use the physical address 326 Galvez Street, Stanford 94305, if requesting a DisGo ride.
There will be no portable restrooms on the Plaza; however, there are bathrooms located in the surrounding buildings. The following facilities are closest to the Plaza.
Arrillaga Alumni Center (326 Galvez St)
All bathrooms are wheelchair accessible. Men’s and women’s multi-occupancy restrooms are located on all floors (north and south sides of the building) and single-occupancy restrooms are available on the first floor – inside the business center, and on the third floor. The main entrance of the Alumni Center is accessible and equipped with a power-operated door. There is another accessible entrance on the north side of the building. The elevator is located directly behind the reception area and provides access to all floors. Card-reader access is required for the 2nd and 3rd floors.
Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation (341 Galvez St)
There are wheelchair accessible men’s and women’s restrooms on all floors. The main entrance to the building, located on the south side of the building, is accessible and equipped with power-operated doors. Elevators are located beyond the information desk on the left as you enter the building and provide access to all levels.
Stanford Visitor Center (295 Galvez St)
There is a wheelchair accessible unisex restroom inside the building. The main entrance of the building is located on the west side of the building and is equipped with a power-operated door. The entrance on the east side of the building, facing Angell Field, is also accessible.
For disability access information about any building not listed in the Campus Access Guide, please contact the Diversity and Access Office, (650) 725-0326, firstname.lastname@example.org.