East Providence's St. Francis Church hosts Walk Concert Saturday


EAST PROVIDENCE — St. Francis Xavier Church, located at 81 N. Carpenter St., will host a Walk Concert event on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

What is a Walk Concert? 
If you haven’t experienced a live Walk with Leslie Sansone’s Walk Leaders, you just can’t miss this.

Get your walking shoes on and join us as we lead a two-mile fitness walk to hit music. You’ll walk to Motown, Pop, Rock, Disco and even some of your favorite religious music — all of the songs you love. We’ll celebrate as each mile is complete. It’s a walk event like no other.

Super Walkers won’t want to miss this healthy event. Come walk with Father Scott Pontes, pastor of St. Francis Xavier and a certified walk leader also a featured guest walker on Leslie Sansone’s Just Walk Series – three mega miles – or maybe you saw him on QVC with Leslie. There will be a morning full of things for everyone.

There will be friends, food, fun, and plenty of walking to be done. There’ll be plenty of prizes and raffles going on throughout the morning. For more information call 401-434-1878
 or visit either www.walkathome.com or www.walkleader.com.

Think you might want to become a Certified Walk Leader? Walk Leader Certification Class follows the concert on Aug. 24. For more information on certification email info@walkleader.com.


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