The city of Monroe is celebrating new exercise equipment at Skykomish River Park next month.

The ceremony will be held at 413 Sky River Parkway and begin at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11. The public is invited to attend the dedication of four trail-side stations installed along walking routes that traverse the park.

The Monroe Boys and Girls Club partnered with the city for the organization’s Healthy Lifestyles initiative to make it happen.

“We extend our deepest thanks and appreciation for a grant award from the Snohomish County Council through their Small Capital Projects Partnership Grant program to purchase and install outdoor exercise equipment in Skykomish River Park in Monroe,” the release states.

A stretching post, pull-up bar, parallel bars with a balance disc and a triceps station will be celebrated during the event. The pieces are part of a larger plan to add more similar features to the facility. The stations will be accessible to users with a range of abilities. The aim is to improve the health and well being of the community.