Walk & Roll

Partnership in Action for Trinity Health welcomes everyone to Walk & Roll: 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk and Free Play event on Saturday, April 27, in Weaverville. Join us for a free day of fun and activity on Lance Gulch Road and at the Golden Age Center, 201 Browns Ranch Road.

The event will include a fun run/walk, festival, and a chance to enjoy biking, walking, skating and running on Lance Gulch Road free from traffic.

Parking onsite is limited so park at CVS or the Library and catch a free ride on the Trinity Transit to the event between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.

There is no fee to participate in the fun run and walk, which begins at 10:30 a.m. and is for all ages and abilities. Pre-register for free for the run and walk online at walkandroll.eventbrite.com. Onsite registration and check-in is from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m. at the corner of Browns Ranch Road and Lance Gulch Road next to the Golden Age Center.

All participants in the fun run and walk will receive a free water bottle and be entered into a raffle to win some great prizes donated by local businesses. Raffle prizes and other giveaways have been donated by the Nugget, Trinity Alps Restaurant, Tangle Blue, Mamma Llama, Corner Mart, Main Street Shoes, Kelly’s White Wolf Gym, Lowden Park Pool, Trinity Lumber, Trinity Theatre, Ace Hardware, Ellison’s Bicycle Shop, Coast Central Credit Union, Umpqua Bank, Tri-Counties Bank, and Holiday Market.  

Attendees can grab lunch or snacks from local food vendors and visit agency booths at the festival at the Golden Age Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Human Response Network will be there giving away free bike helmets to income eligible Trinity County residents.  

Bring your kids to ride their bikes and scooters without worrying about traffic during Car-Free Play.  Following the fun run and walk, Lance Gulch Road will remain closed to vehicles until 2 p.m., which will give walkers, runners, bikers and skaters an opportunity to safely play on the road during Car-Free Play. Residents in the adjacent neighborhoods will have access to their homes via Browns Ranch Road and Martin Road.

For more information, contact Jessica Roi at Human Response Network at 623-2024, jroi@hrntrinity.org or visit PATH’s website: www.healthy-trinity.org.

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