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Fitstyle Walks at Yale & Downtown New Haven
August 31 - November 30
Explore Yale and downtown New Haven and rack up those daily steps by joining a Fitstyle Walking Tour! Walk interesting routes and learn fun facts about the history and architecture of the area along the way. Shana Schneider, a Yale alum, local resident, and founder of Fitstyle by Shana will be your guide, keeping the pace and helping you cover about 2 miles during the 60-minute walk. The route includes iconic buildings of Yale’s campus, art installations, historical sites, as well as shopping and dining areas along routes you wouldn’t normally take on your own!
Walks take place the 1st and 3rd weekends of the month through November. Space is limited and registration is required. Registration fee is $5 per person and will be donated to the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen. Shop, dine, and explore New Haven after the walk, free 4-hour parking is provided.
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