Sorry thought I put this up when it all began, there's still time to get out your shoes and see the city though.
Following is an announcement through Mayor Dean's office:
Last year we walked 100 miles.
Now join us for a reunion!
Mayor Karl Dean will be hosting a walk every Saturday in June
Download a PDF of the walk schedule
June 2 at 2 p.m. - History Walk at The Hermitage
Walk begins at the Andrew Jackson Center Courtyard, 4580 Rachel's Lane
June 9 at 9 a.m. - Mill Creek Greenway at Blue Hole Road
Walk begins at Antioch Community Center trailhead, 5023 Blue Hole Road
June 16 at 11 a.m. - Pedestrian Bridge to Shelby via Forest Green Loop
Walk begins at Wave Country trailhead, 2320 Two Rivers Parkway
June 23 at 9 a.m. - Metro Center Levee Greenway
Walk begins at Ted Rhodes Golf Course trailhead, 1901 Ed Temple Blvd.
June 30 at 9 a.m. - Richland Creek Greenway
Walk begins at the Target trailhead, 26 White Bridge Road
Remember to bring a water bottle, wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriate for the weather.
All walks are free and free parking is available at all locations.
Nashvillians of all ages and fitness levels are encouraged to participate.
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Walk 100 Miles has caught national attention! We have been featured on HBO's documentary series "The Weight of the Nation and CBS This Morning.
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