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Free Family Event: Wallie Exercises with Asphalt Green

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Asphalt Green, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people of all ages achieve health through a lifetime of sports and fitness, is holding a Fun & Fitness Playtime event with Wallie Exercises author Steve Ettinger.

This event is part of a series of free community events produced by Asphalt Green to promote family play and fitness and will feature an exciting afternoon of healthy treats, arts & crafts, a reading of award-winning children’s book Wallie Exercises by Steve Ettinger, and kid friendly fitness games. All ages are welcome and the event is free.

Wallie Exercises at Asphalt Green
Wednesday, August 17 at 5pm
Asphalt Green’s Sundial Plaza
555 East 90th Street
(between York and East End Avenues)
FREE
Contact Corona Sanchez at csanchez@asphaltgreen.org or (646) 981-2233
For more information, please visit asphaltgreen.org/wallie.

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