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Williamsburg Winery Introduces Wellness Wednesdays

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JAMES CITY-After a respite of more than a year due in part to the covid-19 pandemic, Williamsburg Winery’s popular running and cycling clubs are returning.

Starting April 21, Williamsburg Winery is introducing “Wellness Wednesdays,” inviting guests to visit the vineyards for a run, walk, or bike ride along the property.

Runners, joggers, and walkers of all fitness levels are welcome to participate in a 5K on a completely paved route. Participants who complete five runs will receive a free Williamsburg Winery Run Club t-shirt.

Registration for the Williamsburg Winery Run Club begins at 5:15pm each Wednesday followed by the start of the race at 5:45pm.

Those who would rather enjoy a bike ride can join the Williamsburg Winery Cycling Club. Cycling club members will bike 23 miles through the property at a pace of 19-20 miles per hour. Registration for the bike ride starts at 5pm with the ride beginning at 5:30pm.

Afterward, runners, walkers, and bicyclists can enjoy food and beverage specials at the Gabriel Archer Tavern, which includes 15 percent off a food order.

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