C’mon Baby, Do the Local Motion!
Combining Fitness with Culture & Community

The Tampa Downtown Partnership and its partners invite you to enjoy learning more about your active downtown community while realizing the wellness benefits of outdoor activity. “Do The Local Motion” is a free program that combines fitness with culture and community.
            
Free guided walking tours are offered the first and third Friday of the month from October through May from 12-1pm. Meet in
Lykes Gaslight Square. Check below (and often) for added evening/weekend tours.

A different route and theme is offered each time, with guest tour guides offering their unique insights about downtown. Walks are 1-2 miles. No need to rsvp - just show up ready to walk.

Winter/ Spring 2014 Friday noon Schedule:

Friday, January 17

Gasparilla Legends Featuring Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla

Friday, February 7

Black Heritage Tour Featuring Fred Hearns, Historian

Friday, February 21

Dance Walk! Featuring the Downtown Y

Friday, March 7

Channel District Featuring CNU Tampa Bay

Tuesday, March 18

Special eBoat Tour Contact rradawec@tampasdowntown.com for more info.

Friday, March 21

Sculptures and Murals Featuring the City of Tampa Public Art Department

Friday, April 4

Smarts and Arts Featuring the Main Library / Straz Center

Friday, April 18

Foray to the Forum Featuring the Tampa Bay Times Forum

Friday, May 2

Mid-Century Shopping /
In the Line of Duty
Featuring USF's History Department

Friday, May 16

Walk On Water Featuring Tampa Water Taxi


 


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JOIN US MARCH 18th
Travel the river and channels passing under the Agua Luces lighted bridges with the Do the Local Motion eBoat Tour. Drinks and snacks included for only $15!

All tickets are non-refundable. If the event is sold out please email rradawec@tampasdowntown.com for possible alternative times.

5:30pm- 6:30pm Register Here
7:00pm- 8:00pm Register Here

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For a presentation about pedestrian and bicycle safety, contact Karen Kress at 813-221-3686.