A new approach to fitness, ca. 1962, Library of Congress

Six-to-Fix Fundraiser: Fitness Tour

04/05/2017
By Preservation Maryland

It’s time to flex your preservation muscles! Gyms, yoga studios and fitness centers across the state are supporting our work through a first-of-its-kind Six-to-Fix fitness tour that supports our most proactive preservation program.

Six-to-Fix is an innovative program designed to help save threatened resources statewide. Preservation Maryland invests seed funding, expert professional staff and volunteer time, statewide advocacy and outreach efforts to move projects towards preservation.

Six-to-Fix volunteers at Antietam re-painting a historic cannon carriage.

This year, supporters of Preservation Maryland have the opportunity to take a variety of fitness classes around the state and the proceeds will be donated to our program that protects Maryland’s irreplaceable history.

Register for a class today:

[solidcore] in Annapolis
Saturday, May 6 at noon and 1:30 pm
Annapolis Harbour Center, 2558 Solomons Island Road, Annapolis, MD, United States
Once on the MindBody interface, if you aren’t automatically directed, search for [solidcore] DMV on Saturday, May 6.
CrossFit Iniquus in Crofton
Saturday, May 13 9 am
2140 Priest Bridge Court Suite 10, Crofton, MD
The Dailey Method in Towson
Saturday, May 20 at 11 am (cycle) and 1 pm (barre)
1220 E Joppa Rd, Towson, MD 21286
Sweet Bay Yoga in Bethesda
Saturday, May 27 at noon
5456 Westbard Ave, Bethesda, MD 20816
(Once on the MindBody interface, if you aren’t automatically directed, search for SweetBay Yoga on Saturday, May 27)
BeachFit Baltimore
Saturday, June 3 at 10 am
1400 Aliceanna St., Baltimore, MD 21231

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