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Category Archives: Upcoming Events
Even on vacation I find the time and opportunity to share the joy of Nordic walking with those around me. I was up in Ely last week and spent time at the YMCA Camp Du Nord. It’s a family camp … Continue reading
It’s always fun when your google alert finds you! There’s an article in the Minneapolis StarTribune about Nordic Walking, featuring the wonderful and unique Great Lakes Nordic Walkers. I’m not too sure that I like being coupled with Race Walking … Continue reading
A few months ago I was shanghaied by a young woman named Liz to do some Nordic Walking. Not an unusual request except that Liz is the organizer and energy behind the Pedal and Roll for Parkinson’s event and she … Continue reading
The July/August edition of Midwest Events came out this week and there is an article on Nordic Walking written by Marie-Christine Leisz DO. The wonderful part about this article is not so much the information included but the simple fact … Continue reading
We’re going to be back at the Arboretum tomorrow for walks at 1pm and 6pm. Come on out to enjoy the beautiful gardens with us!
I’ve just published my summer edition of my Nordic Walking Queen News. In an effort to inspire you to walk with more energy and a stronger connection to the earth I’m once again offering my Nordic Walking Clinics, Beyond the … Continue reading
Tomorrow is the 2nd Annual Great Lakes Nordic Walkers Open House at Centennial Lakes Pavilion. From 3:30-6:30pm it will be all about Nordic Walking. It’s going to be a beautiful day for a walk! here’s some fun pictures from last … Continue reading
It’s spring time in Minnesota and we have two wonderful opportunities for you to expand on your Nordic Walking knowledge and skills. If you are an outdoor educator, community group leader, corporate wellness coordinator, group exercise leader, fitness trainer, Active … Continue reading
I have to admit that paper work is not one of my strengths. The time it takes to sit down to update calendars and edit events is hard to commit. It would seem that spring is just around the corner … Continue reading