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TIME AND PLACE

The walk is on Sunday, October 15, 2017.  The start and finish line is at the Robert E. Bell Middle School in Chappaqua, New York, across from New Castle Town Hall, 200 South Greeley Avenue.  Registration opens at 1:00.  All walkers must check in at the registration tent and sign a waiver form.   Each walker will be given a wristband that must be worn at all times while on the course.  The walk will begin at 1:30.  Late arrivals are welcome to join the course at any time.
 

REGISTRATION

All walkers must register to participate.  Walkers are asked to raise funds for the Epilepsy Research Fund at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore.  All donations will go directly to the Epilepsy Research Fund.

Online registration closes on October 14 at midnight.  On-site registration is available on the day of the event.

All registered walkers will receive a commemorative Together We Walk t-shirt and drawstring backpack.
 
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ROUTE

The walk route is a mostly flat stroll through downtown Chappaqua.  The route consists of a one-mile loop that will be repeated three times for a total of 5K. Police assistance will be available at traffic crossings.  The route is suitable for walkers of all abilities.  Walkers are welcome to complete as many laps as they feel comfortable.

PARKING

Free parking is available in several parking lots throughout downtown Chappaqua.  Please see the route map for parking information.  Parking will not be available at the Bell Middle School parking lot on South Greeley Avenue.
 

DIRECTIONS

The walk will be held at the Robert E. Bell Middle School in downtown Chappaqua.   The school's address is 50 Senter Street, Chappaqua, New York.  Please click on the map below for detailed directions.


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FINISH, FOOD, AND FUN

There will be a refreshments table with water, Gatorade, and light food.  Drinks will be available to walkers as they complete each lap.  There will be music and kid-friendly activities including face painting and temporary tattoos at the finish-line festival.  Bring the whole family and help raise awareness.