May 16th, 2020

May 16th is Wellness Day for Love Your Park at Home!

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May 16th is Wellness Day during Love Your Park @ Home! Here are all the things you can learn, share, and do to celebrate wellness in Philly parks.

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LEARN: How to meditate with Nicole Miller (via Zoom at 11am)

Take a moment to be still, learn about, and practice meditation with local yoga teacher and personal coach, Nicole Taylor of Evolve Philadelphia.

SHARE: How do Philly parks help you stay healthy?

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Share how Philly's parks are part of your health & wellness routine, or how Philly's parks help you stay healthy. Tag #loveyourpark.

DO: Stretching exercises with We Walk PHL! 

Stretching is an important part of being active, even for walking. It is best to stretch warm muscles, so stretching after a brief warm-up and/or at the end of the walk is recommended. Learn key stretching exercises from the folks at We Walk PHL and all the ways they’re keeping active.

Upcoming Love Your Park @ Home Events

Second Saturday in East Fairmount Park

August 8th at 10:00am
Boxers Trail, East Fairmount Park

Show some love for Fairmount Park's Boxers Trail! Join us for a restoration project to remove invasive vines from the trail and forest.

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Volunteer Cleanup in Fairmount Park

August 10th at 9:30am
East Fairmount Park

Help keep Philly's parks and waterways free of litter! Join us for this small, socially distant & family friendly cleanup in Fairmount Park.

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Cleanup Kit Giveaway at Chamounix Drive

August 13th at 5:00pm
Chamounix Drive & S. Chamounix Drive

Stop by our park hub on Chamounix Drive to pick up a Solo Cleanup Kit! Cleanup kits are free to volunteers and include trash bags, gloves, a bandanna, and trash grabbers (while supplies last). Use your kit to clean up trash and littler while enjoying Philly's parks this summer as part of our Love Your Park Solo campaign. NOTE: Please stay home if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Also, please wear a mask and maintain six feet of distance from others when you stop by.

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