3 super-healthy fun things to do this week

Is that the theme-song to “Rocky” we hear in the background?

Every Monday, we pick the week’s must-do summer activities—from outdoor yoga and fitness classes (many of which are free) to races and healthy outdoor dining. Most can be found in our Healthy Summer Guide, while others are newbies. Check back for each week’s top picks!

Wednesday, June 11 @ noon
Famed forager Tama Matsuoka Wong and Eddy Leroux, chef du cuisine of restaurant Daniel, spill their insider tips on scouting for leafy greens, from their new book Foraged Flavor. You’ll learn which to toss in the trash and which to toss in the salad bowl—and enjoy treats and drinks at this James Beard House event. $20 donation requested

Thursday, July 12 @ 7:30 p.m.
Join Well+Good and Loren Bassett for the Hot Power Flow launch party of our July series at Pure Yoga. You get the cost of your ticket ($30) back in a full-sized suki exfoliate foaming cleanser (value $33), plus juice samples from body&eden, and more. $30, book now!

Sunday, July 15 @ 10 a.m.
Athleta and Urban Girl Squad offer motivation, coaching and refreshments every other Sunday during their group runs through Central Park. Beginners, intermediates and advanced groups are sorted and pound the pavement together. Free; RSVP is required

Need details on these events, or more choices? Download your free Healthy Summer Guide today! And share it with a friend.

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