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!
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Venue: Washington Square Park
1 Washington Square Park East
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