Join us for Walk Away Day

Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Walk Away City Collaborative, invites the public to join a youth-oriented celebration called Walk Away Day. This event empowers young people to walk away from any personal vices that they feel are stopping them from achieving their goals. Using a concept called “Reward based recognition” Walk Away City Collaborative will be giving away over $3,200 in prizes to middle and high school age youth who have registered to participate. The registration form includes a pledge to Walk Away from something negative. That pledge is then placed in a drawing to be raffled off at the event.

On Saturday, July 2, participants will gather at Franklin High School Field (3013 S Mt. Baker Blvd.) for a symbolic march that represents walking in a new direction. Onsite registration will be from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. A community festival will be held at Genesee Field (4600 38th Ave. S). Community members can enjoy live music, performances, inspirational speakers, game activities, raffles, food and resource booths.

For more information, please contact Michael Passian at info@walkaway.city or visit www.walkaway.city.