Guided Walk Tour Nashville

A Guided Nashville Walk, non-competitive 5K and 10K walk credit only, will be presented by the Illinois Trekkers on Saturday, August 17, at 9 a.m. The Trekkers invite you to a guided walk of Nashville, where stops include the Washington County Courthouse, L&N Train Depot and State Movie Theatre, among others. The start location is the Bonnie Cafe, with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m. and lasting until 9 a.m. There is a participation fee of $3. Water and restrooms will be provided at the start, checkpoint and finish lines.

Fore more information, log on to www.ava.org. and www.illinois-trekkers.org.

Aug-17-19 12:00 am - Aug-17-19 12:00 am

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