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News: 11/15/2020

Day after Thanksgiving turkey waddle



You had a delicious Thanksgiving meal, and the day after is a great time to walk it off.

The Turkey Waddle Hike will take place at Jack London Historic Park on Friday, Nov. 27, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Register now – the hike will be limited to 16 people, split into two groups of no more than eight people each and start times will be staggered.

Jack London Park’s annual Turkey Waddle Hike is the perfect antidote to a gluttonous Thanksgiving meal. Bring family and friends on this moderate 4.5-mile hike. Please wear sturdy shoes and bring water.

Rain will cancel.

Covid-19 safety protocols will be adhered to. Six-foot distancing between hikers (unless from the same household group). Masks must be carried and worn at any time you cannot stay six feet away from other hikers. Please bring your own mask.

To register online go to: jacklondonpark.com/events/turkey-waddle-2020/.

The waddle is free. There is a $10 parking fee. Meet in the parking lot to the right as you enter the park.

Questions? Call 938-5216, or email Kristi Lanusse at klanusse@jacklondonpark.com.



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