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Spring has sprung! Here are some exciting events in Salisbury to help you become a healthier you!

Spring is in full bloom, and this is the season where everyone is pushing themselves to become healthier and get in better shape. Can you say “bathing suit body”? Here are some Salisbury events to help you jumpstart your journey to better health!

Salisbury Bike partY: Bike Prom

Courtesy of Salisbury Bike partY

When: May 11 from 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
Where: 125 North Division Street
Contact Information: Click here for more details

Doesn’t a Salisbury Bike partY sound like a lovely way to start getting healthier in spring? But this Salisbury Bike partY throws in a spectacular twist! Bust out your old prom duds and take a leisurely ride around Salisbury’s scenic downtown area. You can take a stroll down memory lane, listen to everybody’s favorite prom songs, and burn some calories while you’re at it!

Your Healthiest You Conference

When: May 19 from 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Where: Wicomico Youth and Civic Center
Contact Information: Click here for more details or call 410-548-7880

Need some guidance on how to transform yourself into a better you for the coming seasons? Your Healthiest You Conference will be an information-filled day featuring speakers that will spread a wealth of knowledge on various topics. From preventative health to nutrition, there is a topic to interest anybody!

Run to Remember 5K

Courtesy of wicomicorecandparks.org

When: May 26 at 9 a.m.
Where: WinterPlace Park
Contact Information: Click here for more details, call 410-548-4900 (ext. 108), or email aswiger@wicomicocounty.org

Whether you choose to run, skip, or walk the Run to Remember 5K, you’ll be supporting the Wicomico War Veterans’ Memorial. So you can work on yourself while helping to honor fallen soldiers!

Do you plan on getting into better shape this spring? Have you participated in any of these events before? Let us know in the comments below!

Not to tempt you, but … Have you tried Smith Island cake — Maryland’s official dessert?

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