Date: March 28, 2020, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Location: The Commonground at Eskenazi Health, 720 Eskenazi Ave, Indianapolis, IN
Dr. Daniel Pino, internist and pediatrician at Eskenazi Health Center Barton Annex and medical director of Eskenazi Health Lifestyle Health & Wellness Center, will lead a Walk with a Doc event on Saturday, March 28 on the White River Greenway. The White River Greenway is a 10-mile greenway trail that follows the White River from 38th Street on the north to Raymond Street south of downtown. The greenway passes through White River State Park downtown and provides connections to several significant cultural destinations in the city.
Anyone who would like to take part in the walk will meet Dr. Pino at The Commonground at Eskenazi Health, which is located at 720 Eskenazi Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46202 by the main entrance to the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital. Participants walk at their own pace and have the opportunity to ask Dr. Pino questions. The walk begins at 3 p.m. and is free to all who are interested in participating. Parking will be available in the Eskenazi Health Parking Garage.
Walking is proven to be one of the best exercises to improve overall health and can be part of developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Walk with a Doc was started in 2005 with a mission to inspire communities through movement and conversation. It is now a program with support all around the world. To learn more about Walk with a Doc, visit https://walkwithadoc.org/.
Date: January 11, 2012, 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Location: Riverside Marina – 3502 N. White River Parkway W. Drive, 46222
Interested in getting outside and spending some time in nature over the winter? Join Indianapolis Land Stewardship Ecologist Jake Brinkman for a guided walk along the White River Greenway. Participants will learn to identify trees by their bark, look for signs of wildlife and discuss natural area restoration. We will meet at the Riverside Marina parking lot located at 3502 N. White River Parkway W. Drive, 46222. Please dress for the weather and be prepared for a one mile walk. All ages and families are welcome. The event is free, but pre-registration is required.
Notes: Be sure to dress for the weather. We will meet at the Riverside Marina parking lot located at 3502 N. White River Parkway W. Dr. 46222
Date: December 20, 2019, 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Location: Pennsy Rail Trail – Walk begins at Coal Yard Coffee located at 5547 Bonna Avenue, 46219
Light the night as we celebrate the Winter Solstice! Beginning at Coal Yard Coffee, we will be decorating lanterns while sipping on hot cocoa and coffee. We encourage all participants to GET CREATIVE and make their own artificially lit lanterns! NO REAL FIRE PLEASE! Forgot to bring your own lantern? We got you covered. Paper lanterns will be available upon arrival. At 6pm the parade of lanterns will take off from Coal Yard Coffee and journey down the Pennsy Trail to Red Barn Arts Collective for the Winter Solstice Celebration! At Red Barn Arts we will celebrate with food, drink, music, and solstice-related crafts and activities for the whole family.
Registration/Check-In: Coal Yard Coffee (5547 Bonna Ave)- 5:30pm
Parade of Lanterns: Guided Walk along Pennsy east to Red Barn Arts- 6pm
Solstice Celebration: Red Barn Arts Collective (6015 Bonna Ave)- 6:30pm
Parade of Lanterns: Guided Walk along Pennsy west to Coal Yard- 9pm
Notes: Parking available at Coal Yard Coffee which is located at 5547 Bonna Avenue, 46219. Red Barn Arts Collective is located at 6015 Bonna Avenue, 46219.
The event is FREE, but please register through the “register” button.
Date: October 5, 2019, 9:00 am
Location: White River Greenway- Walk begins at the Riverside Park Aquatic Center parking lot- 2420 East Riverside Drive, Indianapolis, IN
Get fit and explore Indianapolis’ White River. The White River Greenway is a 10-mile greenway trail that follows the White River from 38th Street on the north to Raymond Street south of downtown. The greenway passes through White River State Park downtown and provides connections to several significant cultural destinations in the city. On October 5, join an Eskenazi community physician for a walk on the northern portion of the greenway beginning at Riverside Park and going to Fall Creek near 10th Street. Walking is proven to be one of the best exercises to improve overall health and can be part of developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle! Spending time in green spaces can boost our mood and health even more. Join Eskenazi physician Carrie Leathers for a beautiful walk on the greenway. Dr. Leathers will discuss ways for making exercise routines more effective. This event is free and bilingual. All are welcome, including furry friends, and participants are encouraged to register for the event.