Please join us in the first annual Twin Cities Dystonia Zoo Walk.
The Walk will be held Saturday, June 11th, 2016 at the Como Zoo, with all proceeds benefitting the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation.
The Twin Cities is one of 12 locations across the U.S. that will host a Zoo Walk in 2016. Last year, Zoo Walks in 8 cities drew over 4,000 participants.
This will be a family-friendly community day at the Zoo to raise awareness about dystonia.
Participants are invited to walk as much or a little as they would like. No mileage goals or raising of pledge money is needed to participate in the Walk.
Fees: $25 for adults, $15 for children 12 and under
Includes: Access to the zoo, refreshments and a t-shirt
Click on the following link to register
A t-shirt is included in the registration cost. Selecting a shirt size generates the registration entry fee.
T-shirts can be picked up at the Zoo the day of the walk. They will not be shipped. Please note that shipping info in registration is part of the billing process.
Join My Walk Team!
If you are interested in participating in the Walk, you can simple register as a walker or you can join a team and receieve a custom printed t-shirt with the team name on the back. Please join a team by inputting the team name in the Team Name window on the registration page. Or you can start your own team as instructed on the registration page.
8:00 - 9:30 - Gather at the picnic grounds for: check-in and same day registration, t-shirt pick-up, gather with team members, face painting for children, sponsor tables
9:30 - 10:00 - Welcome: speakers from the medical community and the DMRF
10:00 on - Walk the zoo and spread the word about dystonia
Can't Attend but Want to Support?
Donations can be made at the following link and will be matched 100% by an anonymous donor.
On the registration page, select "Donate" on the right side of the page and then "Donate to a dystance event" in the following screen. From there you can enter the event name "Twin Cities Zoo Walk."
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation: