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5K Walk For Acupuncture


  • Saturday, October 28, 2017 10:30 a.m. to noon

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LOCATION: Halifax Mall - 300 N Salisbury St, Government Complex

The North Carolina Society of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine (NCSAAM) is repeating the fun, awareness building, and networking it obtained from last year's walk-a-thon! Because N.C. is one of the worst affected states by the opioid crisis, the theme of our walk is “Acupuncture: A Key Solution to the Opioid Crisis” since this medicine is proven component to addressing this national crisis.

Event Date Pattern:
Start at Halifax Mall behind the legislative building
Come up Wilmington St to Jones St
Left on Jones
Right on Blount St through City Market
Left on Wilmington (Wilmington runs parallel to Blount so you cannot take a direct left/right onto it)
Right on South St
Right on Fayetteville (Where you will be taking a right will be just a sidewalk through two parking lots and you just keep going straight and it puts you on Fayetteville)
Left on Morgan
Right on Salisbury
Right on Edenton
Go through Bicentennial Mall
End up back at Legislature

Presented by: N.C. Society of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine