Harlequin expands its Feel Good Project launched last fall, to San Antonio, announcing Feel Good Day on October 5 at the Omni La Mansión Del Rio hotel and The OutStander Awards. The OutStander Awards will honor local people who make a difference in our community, and the categories include: Person of Positivity: Those with stories of resilience, faith, optimism and overcoming challenges. Harlequin Hometown Hero: Women who serve and protect with their unwavering bravery, inspiring courage and commitment to the collective good. Community Catalyst: Advocates, volunteers and tireless contributors who affect positive change for populations at risk or in need. Cultural Champion: Those committed to making arts and literacy programs accessible for all. Millennial Groundbreaker: This groundbreaker is making waves through philanthropic or entrepreneurial efforts, or their active citizenship. Nominations are open and will be accepted through July 31. To submit a nomination and for complete rules and conditions visit www.celebratefeelgood.com. Feel Good Day is a one-day immersive celebration designed to induce happiness and focuses on making us be and feel our best. Program highlights include empowering and fun workshops on gratitude, movement, inspiration, nature, vision boarding and cooking, and discussions with New York Times bestselling authors Robyn Carr, Brenda Jackson and Susan Mallery. San Antonio’s own Mariachi Las Coronelas and chefs from The Culinary Institute of America will add regional flavor to the programming. Tickets for Feel Good Day are on sale now at www.celebratefeelgood.com. Follow along on social media at #feelgoodday. “Fans of Harlequin tell us repeatedly that our stories make them feel good. I’m constantly inspired by the heartwarming experiences they share with us about how our books have helped them with life’s challenges, whether they’re dealing with daily stresses or looking for hope in times of personal crisis. Harlequin books are uplifting, and Feel Good Day brings that feeling to a new immersive experience,” says Merjane Schoueri, the Feel Good project director. The Harlequin Feel Good Project is a four-part initiative including the Harlequin Creator Fund, the Feel Good Challenge, Feel Good Day and Feel Good Sciences, designed to explore the power of positive experiences that fans expect from their stories. For additional information about the Harlequin Feel Good Project, please visit FeelGood.Harlequin.com.