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Golden Streets This Sunday June 26th!

June 23rd, 2016

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This Sunday, June 26th, is 626 day! Head on out and walk, run, or bike the Golden Streets with all of the San Gabriel Valley this weekend! Get to know the San Gabriel metro system and experience the community for yourself as you go from hub to hub! Run the whole way, or walk the distance from one hub to another; whatever you chose to do, just remember to have fun!

The 626 Golden Streets event is completely free and open to anyone. The event is made possible by local business sponsors and vendors. The Golden Streets route is dotted with eight activity hubs, each of which have different fun activities for the whole family, along with local vendors. At these hubs you will find meals, snacks, games, and fun for everyone. Hit up as many as you wish, and take the time to truly explore everything that the San Gabriel community has to offer.
As you walk through San Gabriel, take the time to look around and explore the many cities that this route passes through. Don’t just walk the course without taking the time to enjoy and explore each city; from South Pasadena to Downtown Azusa, you won’t want to miss the many stops on the way!

This is a great event for individuals looking to have a fun, active day, families looking to spend some quality time in the community, and friends looking for a unique and fun experience. Any kind of non-motorized transportation is allowed on the Golden Streets route, and the entire route is handicapped accessible. Walk, run, or ride – whatever your preference, take to the streets and make sure you have fun!

For more information on the 626 Golden Streets walk, or to sign up to volunteer, visit the official website at: http://www.626goldenstreets.com/.

While you’re exploring the San Gabriel Valley in all of its majesty, imagine yourself living in such a beautiful and welcoming modern community with a rich history. Anyone who lives in the San Gabriel Valley will tell you that it’s an experience worth having. The communities that pop up here are much closer and feel more like a hometown than many other more anonymous urban areas; this is especially true about Mission Walk, an Olson Homes community in the San Gabriel Valley. After walking through the San Gabriel Valley, you’ll never want to walk away. If you’re looking for a safe, close-knit community in the San Gabriel Valley, take a tour of Mission Walk and see if it’s the right community for you: http://www.missionwalkhomes.com/visit-us/.