NORWALK, Conn. – Did you make a New Year's Resolution to get more exercise? The Norwalk Health Department, the Healthy for Life Project, and Silvermine NorWALKers have the perfect Saturday morning event for you.
Norwalk residents are invited to take part in a 2.5-mile neighborhood walk on Saturday, Jan. 7, beginning at 8 a.m. at Silvermine Elementary School at 157 Perry Ave.
After the successful October launch of a neighborhood walking group in Silvermine, Norwalk residents Deborah Lewis and Lance Zimmerman will be guiding fellow NorWALKers on the group’s first walk of the New Year. The walk will take place rain or shine and will follow Loop 2 of Silvermine’s NorWALKer Walking Routes map, which can be found online .
After the walk through scenic Silvermine, all participants are invited to the Silvermine Market for breakfast (not provided) and conversation about how to build and sustain this neighborhood walking program in the Silvermine community.
No sign-up is required to attend.
For more information, contact Deborah Lewis at email@example.com.
The Healthy for Life Project is working to make the community a healthier place to live, work, learn, and play. The mission is to reduce and prevent obesity and chronic disease by promoting healthy lifestyles in the communities. For more information, visit www.healthyforlifeproject.org .
Under the direction of Mayor Harry Rilling, and with guidance from its six-member Board of Health, the Norwalk Health Department provides a variety of services and programs to fulfill its mission: to prevent and control the spread of disease, promote a healthy environment, and protect the quality of life within its changing community. More information is available at www.norwalkhealth.com .