The 8th Annual Walk Run 'n Roll will bring together thousands of walkers, runners and rollers from the St. Louis and St. Charles communities and beyond.
This event unites participants of all ages and abilities in an effort to support people with developmental disabilities. Activities and features include live music, cheerleaders, a Fun Zone, a Tot Trot, a Doggie Depot, a Resource & Health Fair and much more.
There is truly something for everyone! The Walk Run 'n Roll raises funds for eight local agencies that believe together they can make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities, including St. Louis Arc, Rainbow Village, Life Skills, United Services, Pathways to Independence and more. Together these organizations have nearly 400 combined years of experience and serve more than 6,900 people with developmental disabilities from infancy to advanced years. As a whole, these agencies employ more than 2,000 Missourians and inspire more than 4,000 people to volunteer every year.
The Walk takes place May 5 between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Creve Coeur Park in Maryland Heights. The event is free to attend, but those who would like to get a t-shirt and walk, run or roll (i.e. skates, wheelchairs, strollers and wagons) need to register.
Registration Prices: Adults $30, youth (3 to 12 year olds) $10, and family (up to five in one household) $65.
More information: WalkRunNRoll.org or call 314.567.8249.