On the Radar: Walk with Mayor Iorio at Keeping Tampa Fit

t-shirt commemorating the event, which participants can then proudly wear to showcase their dedication to receiving free t-shirts. Sure you’d rather sleep in on what is likely your day off, but just think how good that coffee and artery-hardening cheesy omelet are going to taste when you reward yourself for forsaking a few extra hours of peaceful slumber. No pain, no gain, right? Sat., Nov. 7., registration starts at 6:30 a.m., the walk begins at 7:30 a.m., Rowlett Park, 2501 River Hills Dr., Tampa; Call the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department at 813-274-8615 for more info. – Anthony Salveggi

Welcome to On the Radar, where we preview up-and-coming arts events to mark your calendar for. The City of Tampa’s fiendish plot to have you get up at an insanely early hour of the morning and groggily lace up your sneakers continues next Saturday with Keeping Tampa Fit.

The biannual event is devoted to increasing awareness of personal health and the city’s numerous parks, while also offering the chance to keep up stride-for-stride with Mayor Pam Iorio, who plans on strolling four miles. As if that weren’t incentive enough, the first 200 registrants get a free

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