thelovemaze.com Singles Walk In The Park, COVID Stress Relief
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
De-stressing is important to get us back to normal. While we practice social distancing, we might still need a dose of mental support from basic human interaction conducted safely. A physical walk in the park in each other’s company might help tremendously in this trying time. A bond made through crisis is stronger. Take a break, breathe in fresh air, energize, and connect in your neighborhood parks. All the disruptions are temporary. Our bond will be long lasting.
Please walk in pairs, keep a safe distance, and follow all the CDC safety guidelines. Don’t shake hands. Exercise your best judgement. Most importantly, cheer up. Nobody is alone!
You can always join thelovemaze.com Speed Dating Parties Online or Virtual Dates in LoveMaze to connect.
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Venue: Union Square Park
14th St Union Square
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