|16th Annual Walk, Rock & Run|
- Filed under:
- 1 mi5K
- Event Date:
- Saturday, May 05, 2018 7am - 12pm
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- [email protected]
The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio, and Presenting Sponsor Medical Mutual of Ohio, are excited to host the 16th Annual Walk, Rock, and Run on Saturday May 5, 2018. This family friendly community event, features 1 and 3 mile walks, a chip-timed 5K run, as well as free food, live entertainment, Mitchell’s Ice Cream, kids’ activities, and more! All activities begin and end at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Plaza.
Each year, proceeds donated to Walk, Rock and Run help support The Diversity Center’s camps, conferences, retreats, and in-school programming where over 10,000 students are empowered to become agents of change in their communities and beyond. Come join us as we celebrate diversity and inclusion in Northeast Ohio communities.
Registration is required, and all registered participants gain FREE ENTRY to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Great Lakes Science Center, and the USS COD Submarine Memorial on the day of the event. Participants must arrive at the check-in/registration tent by 9:30am to get their wristbands for admission into the museums.
Please visit http://www.diversitycenterneo.org/events/walk-rock-run/ to register or call 216.752.3000 with questions.
16th Annual Walk, Rock, & Run
Open to the public
1 & 3 Mile Walks
5K Run - chip timed
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Runner check-in: 7:30 a.m.
Walker check-in: 7:30 a.m.
Both races begin at 9:00 a.m. (route maps available on our website)
Downtown Cleveland – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Plaza
Runners: $35 by April 30th/$40 May 1st-5th (includes Walk, Rock & Run t-shirt)
Walkers: FREE (Donations appreciated. Registration is required)
T-shirts: $25 (payable through registration or first come first serve on event day)
To celebrate diversity and inclusion in northeast Ohio communities. Proceeds from this event support The Diversity Center’s youth programming, which last year, engaged 118 schools in 7 counties, empowering students towards enacting change in our communities.