ALAMOSA — Jonathon Stalls, the founder of the community walking movement Walk2Connect, will be in Alamosa on Mother’s Day weekend (May 12th-14th) for a weekend full of walks sponsored by the Rio Grande Farm Park. Community members will lead several themed walks such as bird watching, dog walking, runner training, mom and child walk, and more!
Everyone is welcome to attend these relaxing and fun walks.
For more information, call 719-937-2319 or visit www.riograndefarmpark.org.
Friday, May 12th
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Walk Leader Training led by Jonathon Stalls @ LFC Office
4 p.m. Boys & Girls Club Walk led by Jonathon and Chris Lopez
5 p.m. Senior Walk led by Mary Susan Eldredge @ Senior Center East Parking lot
Saturday, May 13th
7 a.m. Bird Lovers’ Walk led by Lance Cheslock @ Rio Grande Farm Park
8:30 a.m. Dog Shelter Walk led by Amber & Bryce from the Rio Grande Farm Park @ Valley Humane League
8:30 a.m. High Valley Runners 5K led by Donna Mabry @ Body Tune-Up
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Walk Leader Training led by Jonathon @ LFC Office
2 p.m. Rio Grande Corridor Visioning Walk led by Julie [email protected] Cole Park’s Pedestrian Bridge
Sunday, May 14th
7 a.m. Sunrise Mother’s Blessing Walk led by Jonathon @ Rio Grande Farm Park
11 a.m. Outdoor Storytime with walk to follow led by Renee Mackey @ Rio Grande Farm Park
1 p.m. Wild Alamosa led by David Montgomery @ Alamosa City Ranch (meet at Disc Golf Course)
Walk2Connect is an innovative cooperative working to create whole-health walking programs focused on connection. There are thousands of individuals and a growing variety of organizational/governmental partners.
One of these partners, Caminos del Valle, is a community walking group located in Alamosa that meets at the Rio Grande Farm Park every Monday at 1 p.m.
Caption: Enjoy a variety of walking adventures during the weekend of May 12-14. Courtesy photo