Piscataway Annual Walk for Your Health

Dust off those walking shoes and step up for your health.  Bring your family and friends to the Piscataway Annual Walk for Your Health.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Check In:  7:30am

Walk Starts 8:30am

 

Starting Point

Johnson Park - Grove 4

Violet Drive, Piscataway, NJ (right off of River Road)

 

Finish Line:

Johnson Park - Grove 4

Violet Drive, Piscataway, NJ

 

Registration deadline May 16, 2019  Click here to see the flier.

Click here to register

Contact Information
  1. Councilwoman Chanelle McCullum or John Tierney
  2. (732) 562-2382
Sat, May 25
7:30 am — 9:00 am
Add to My Calendar 05/25/2019 7:30am 05/25/2019 9:00am America/New_York Piscataway Annual Walk for Your Health

Dust off those walking shoes and step up for your health. Bring your family and friends to the Piscataway Annual Walk for Your Health.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Check In: 7:30am

Walk Starts 8:30am

Starting Point

Johnson Park - Grove 4

Violet Drive, Piscataway, NJ (right off of River Road)

Finish Line:

Johnson Park - Grove 4

Violet Drive, Piscataway, NJ

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Violet Drive (right off of River Road) Piscataway , NJ

Johnson Park, Grove 4

Violet Drive (right off of River Road)
Piscataway , NJ

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