Health Matters: Everybody Walk!

You're Invited to our Google Hangout

Everybody Walk Google Hangout

Thursday, May 30th 2013 at 2-4pm

This is an online event.

2:30 PM - 4 PM Eastern

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Come Hang Out with Us!

Join us for our first ever Health

Matters café conversation

using Google Hangouts

an online video conferencing tool.

The purpose of the Health Matters series is to provide

opportunities for staff at all levels of the

organization to connect, share, and learn

about the NPS Healthy Parks Healthy People

initiative, and to build a community of

practice that helps to advance the role of

parks in contributing to people’s health and


The theme of the first conversation series

is “EveryBody Walk!” Join in on a small group conversation with

NPS staff and partners on May 30, to explore practical,

effective, and creative ways to establish and

maintain walking programs.

Reservations will be first-come, first serve.

Please RSVP by May 21 to reserve your spot.

How to Join

Joining this discussion is easy. All you need to do is:

1. Create a new non-governmental gmail account

2. RSVP to Diana Allen with your new non-governmental gmail address: by May 21

3. Wait for the Hangout invite to appear in your new gmail account

4. Join our Hangout on Google+! Just scroll through this Prezi for short, easy instructions on how to join a Hangout:

NOTE: You will need a webcam to participate in this Hangout. Make sure you have acquired and tested it out before the session begins.



Get comfortable with Google Hangout’s interactive

features & set up webcams

WARM-UP (30 min.)

Cafe begins . Where are you on the spectrum of

Healthy Parks Healthy People US?


Group Dialogue to share ideas, tools, approaches

to promote walking in parks.

COOL DOWN TIME (30 min.)

Group Reflection to motivate and inspire

ourselves to stretch ourselves further.


Post event assignment – which includes actual


Brought to you by Healthy Parks Healthy People & NPCA

This series is brought to you by NPS' Healthy Parks Healthy People, in coordination with the NPS Distance Learning Center and our partners at the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA).