Summer Health Jam at the Harley-Davidson Museum

It’s going to be a busy summer at the Harley-Davidson Museum, the American motorcycle manufacturer revealed recently. Not only it will host the largest exhibition it has ever presented, dedicated to Evel Knievel’ from July to September, but will also organize a free family-focused event on June 5.

The event, focused on promoting healthy lifestyles, will kick off with a fun walk. Visitors will be able to try out a variety of healthy activities, such as a jump rope contest, rollerblading, biking, Frisbee disk golf, Zumba dance, parachute games, and much more.

A Wellness Fair will offer information on various health related topics, prize drawings and remarks from special guests are also included in the package.

“We feel fortunate to partner with the Friends of Hank Aaron State Trail and Milwaukee Public Schools in drawing attention to the huge benefits that come with getting outside and staying active as a family,” said Bill Davidson, Vice President of the Harley-Davidson Museum.

Studies show that 65% of high school students do not meet recommended levels of physical activity, which is vital in reducing coronary heart disease, hypertension, colon cancer, and many more.

“We want to invite kids and their families to rediscover the joys of having fun outdoors,” said Melissa Cook, Hank Aaron State Trail Manager. “As Hank Aaron himself has stated, ‘We need to do everything we can to get kids outside and out from behind a TV screen.’” 

In addition, every Sunday at the Harley-Davidson Museum is Family Day.
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