4th Annual Woodinville CROP Hunger Walk - Sept 22

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
CROP Hunger Walks are held nationwide to raise awareness and money for local and global efforts to address food insecurity and clean drinking water issues.  Woodinville will be holding its FOURTH annual event on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 and we would like you to join us!  Registration is at 8:30 a.m. and walk begins at 9:00 a.m. at the Carol Edwards Center in downtown Woodinville.
imageThis two and one-half mile route through downtown Woodinville includes snack and water stops with one of the stops at 21 Acres.  Our very own local band, Unplugged, will be entertaining us during registration and our send off again this year! At 21 Acres we hope you will plan to stay and enjoy a wide variety of activities happening on that day. Visit “The Falconer” and his birds of prey; bring the family to craft with Seattle Re-Creative.   Support Eastside Audubon Society by purchasing native plants and take these plants home to create a bird-friendly habitat.  Enjoy a Farm Walk and Energy Tour. Visit and learn from Washington Native Plant Society, Bats Northwest, Rent Mason Bees and more.  Enjoy demonstrations, Market samples, and Squash Races.
Walkers raise money and awareness to help address food insecurity and the need for clean drinking water worldwide.  There is no entry fee or required contribution, but walkers may, if they choose, make a donation as individuals or support a team (please visit for Team options).  Walkers may also form their own teams and have others donate on their behalf.  You can also register on the day of the event.
Come join the fun and know that you are helping to address food insecurity here in Woodinville and around the world.  See you on September 22nd! 

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