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San Jacinto Boulevard

East 15th Street to East 11th Street

East 11th street

Brazos Street to Colorado Street

Congress Avenue

11th Street to 4th Street

Oct 20

Trinity Street

Cesar Chavez Street to East 4th Street

East 2nd Street

Trinity Street to San Jacinto Boulevard

East 3rd Street

Trinity Street to San Jacinto Boulevard



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Event Details



10:00 AM to 10:15 AM
Texas State Capitol
201 East 14th Street
Free, Community, Health/Wellness
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IT’S TIME TEXAS, (ITT) an Austin-based nonprofit organization that empowers people to lead healthier lives and build healthier communities, will host its second annual Texas Walks event on October 20th at 10 a.m. Texas Walks is a health awareness and fundraising campaign that culminates with a 10-minute walk taking place at the same time and on the same day in cities and communities throughout Texas. Anyone, anywhere, from schools and offices to homes and places of worship, is encouraged to take 10 minutes out his or her day to walk for good health and a good cause. Studies show that just 10 minutes of walking can drop blood pressure, reduce blood sugar, lower cholesterol, improve bone health, burn calories and improve gait and balance in addition to improving your mental health by clearing your mind and reducing stress.

For those who can’t walk, but want to support ITT programs that are building a healthier Texas can find more information and donate at