Evansville Streets Alive aims to promote exercise, healthy eating | Events
Fulton Avenue will be hopping Saturday with the inaugural ‘Streets Alive’ festival taking place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It’s designed to promote physical activity and healthy eating. You will be able to walk, bike and skate along Fulton from Maryland Street to Diamond Ave. The event also includes dance classes, yoga, hula hooping and activities for all ages.
The event is free and it's all part of the Healthier Evansville initiative.
11 Opening Ceremonies with Mayor Winnecke
11:15 Zumba with Andrea and Jenny
11:45 Tai Chi with Ron Weatherford
12:15 Trix Stix with Zach
12:45 Cardio Kick/Boot camp with Cindy Hamon
1:15 Yoga with Elizabeth Frazier
1:45 Kickboxing with LaDonna
2:15 Power Yoga with Mark
2:45 Boot camp with Bob's Gym
11 Opening Ceremonies with Mayor Winnecke (exercise)
11:15 River City Bop
11:45 Children’s Center for Dance
12:15 River City Dance Connection
12:45 The Dance Hall
1:15 International Folk Dancer
2:45 Belly Dance
Fulton will be closed to vehicle traffic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the Fulton Ave. METS bus route will be detoured. From 11 to 3, the route will only run from the downtown terminal to Cody Avenue.
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