Wear Red and Walk

Olivia?s Wellness Connection and Princeton Living Well are organizing a free three-mile lunchtime walk on Friday, February 5 to support the American Heart Association?s ?National Wear Red Day.??

Led by Gail Everett (owner of Olivia’s Wellness Connection), the walk will start at the plaza in front of the Paul Robeson Center at Paul Robeson Place and Witherspoon Street in Princeton, proceed up Witherspoon Street to Nassau Street, from Nassau ?to Harrison Street, ?then up Harrison to Valley Road, and then finish the square by walking back up Witherspoon Street to the Paul Robeson Center. By wearing red, you will join the American Heart Association in expanding awareness about heart disease, the No. 1 killer of women.

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