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Oprah Strolls Through NYC On Mother's Day

Where: New YorkNYUnited States

 

Not sure what to do for Mom this Mother's Day? You could take her for a stroll through New York City, with Oprah Winfrey.

Oprah is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of O Magazine with the Live Your Best Life Weekendon May 7-9, 2010 in NYC. Lady O has a full weekend planned for her fans which includes a Welcome Reception at Gotham Hall on Friday, Lifeshops with some of her most popular contributors including Suze Orman, Dr. Oz and Nate Berkus, A special evening with Oprah at Radio City Music Hall on Saturday night and the Live Your Best Life Walk on Sunday.

Tickets for the LYBL weekend are $375 per person, plus tax and service charge. This price only includes admittance to events, it does not include hotel or food costs. There are still tickets available via lybl2010.com.

The good news is, you can attend the Live Your Best Life Walk on Sunday, May 9 without purchasing a ticket for the entire event. The walk, which will be led by Oprah, will begin on the Hudson River at 42nd Street and the West Side Highway and will end in Times Square. The Walk starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 11:30 a.m. All registered participants are asked to raise money for one of ten charities, including Best Friends Animal Society and Oceana, and those who raise more than $200 will be entered to win lunch with Oprah's BFF, Gayle King. The top ten fundraisers will walk alongside Oprah in the front of the pack. You can register for the walk at lybl2010walk.com.



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