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The City of Fort St. John is offering you the chance to come out and be active on Tuesday, May 10, 2011! They have lots of events and challenges going on through out the day giving you and your family the opportunity to get involved.
Events on May 10th
Walk With Frozen John
Location: Northern Lights College
Meet at Northern Lights College for a morning walk or run with Frozen John. Any participants in the Walk to Anchorage, Alaska Corporate Challenge can log and double the distance traveled. All participants will be entered in a draw to win a healthy lunch for 10 people.
Grandparent and Tot Walk With Frozen John
Location: North Vac Track at Pomeroy Sport Centre
Grandparents and tots are welcome to hit the track with Frozen John. There will be balloons and Frozen John toys for the tots to take home.
Location: Centennial Park
Representatives from the media will compete in four different events in Centennial Park during the lunch hour. The team with the most points will win a trophy and bragging rights.
Walking Track Challenge Initiative
Location: North Vac Track at the Pomeroy Sport Centre
Any participants in the Walk to Anchorage, Alaska Corporate Challenge who visit the North Vac Track during the day can double the distance that they traveled. See Track Attendant for more information.
Location: Dr. Kearney School
A fun, fast-paced dance fitness class that is bound to get your heart pumping. This FREE class will be held in the gym at Dr. Kearney Middle School. Please bring yoga mat, waterbottle and 5 lb. dumbbells.
Location: Sacred Space Studio
Come try a FREE, relaxing yoga class at The Sacred Space. Please bring a yoga mat and a waterbottle.
Location: World Gym
Get in on this FREE Sweat & Spin class at World Gym. Please bring gym attire, running shoes, and a waterbottle.
For more information, contact the Community Services Department at 250.785.4592 or [email protected]
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