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Join Susan Lee-Chun and her three selves—Sue, Sioux and Su (The Suz) on a quest for ultimate happiness and fulfillment through contemporary fitness.

March 18
6pm Conversation with The Suz
7pm Everybody Suz-ercise! A presentation by The Suz
See Susan Lee-Chun’s vision and learn about how you can participate in the June 23rd event!

March 19
10am Suz-ercise Participant Orientation: Get measured for your Suz-authentic workout gear and begin your training for “Come On Baltimore, Let’s Suz-ercise!” RSVP to by March 15

June 23
6pm at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor: Come on Baltimore, Let’s Suz-ercise! “Together, we’ll help you meet our immeasurable goals.”

“Come on Baltimore, Let’s Suz-ercise!” is the inagural event in the metaMAP series, an on-going Maryland Art Place public art project.
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