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Sandwich Stroll

May 7 @ 10:30 am-12:00 pm

Sandwich Stroll

The Stroll is all about fun. At your first stop while walking the paved paths, through the gardens of Sunny 95 Park, grab your reusable lunch bag, collect your food, meet with vendors, make friends and try activities to add more fun to keeping fit. The walk leads to the Amelita Mirolo Barn with live music and dancing with the “Turbo Accordions”, picnicking, socializing and games.

The Sandwich Stroll is a rain or shine event, so prepare with hat, umbrella or sunscreen as needed.

You must register in advance. To receive your SilverSneakers® discount, you must bring your SilverSneakers® card to the registration table when you check in. Need a ride to the Sandwich Stroll? Sign up for our shuttle service at the time you prefer. Shuttle service runs from the Senior Center to Sunny 95 Park.


May 7
10:30 am-12:00 pm
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Sunny 95 Park
4395 Carriage Hill Ln
Upper Arlington, OH 43221 United States
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