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Veterans Walk

Details

Host Club:
Dairyland Walkers
AVA Sanction #: 104393
Dates: November 4, 2017 - November 4, 2017
Start Location: Best Western Premier Park Hotel Lobby
Location: 22 S. Carroll St., Madison, WI N 43.07319 W 89.38446
Hours: 9:30 am to 11 am, finish by 1 pm
Distance: 10K and 5K
Rating: 2B The walk is suitable for both strollers and wheelchairs.
Special Programs: Cities in Song, Honoring Our Flag, Lakes and Reservoirs, National Register of Historic Places, State Capitols, You'll Never Walk Alone, Walk the USA A-Z, Walking Wisconsin Counties - Dane
Directions: From US 12/18 take the John Nolen Dr. exit north. At the 5th light, turn left on Broom St.  Proceed to the 3rd light and turn right on W. Washington Ave. and proceed to the Capitol Square. Turn right on Carroll St. to the next corner and the start point.
Parking: Hotel parking is limited and with a charge. There are 5 public parking ramps within 3 blocks.
Description: The walk will include the State Capitol, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Monona Terrace Convention Center, a portion of the University of Wisconsin Campus, Madison's famed State Street, and will emphasize armed forces veterans sites including the upper level of the State Capitol Building and the Veterans Museum. The walk will end at the Plaza Tavern for those wishing to join us for lunch.
Awards & Fees: There will be no pre-registration or award for this walk. Adult Credit: $3.00. Youth/Adult Non-Credit: $2.00.
Pets: Pets will not be permitted on this walk.
Amenities: Restrooms and water are available at the start point and along the walk.
Contact: Jerry Wilson, 2045 Atwood Ave., Madison, WI  53704, (608) 695-6449, jpatw4@gmail.com
Disclaimers: Madison Area Volkssport Association, the AVA, and starting point businesses are not liable for accidents, thefts, personal injury and/or material damage. All attempts will be made to create a safe and enjoyable event. Participants accept the guidelines of AVA Volkssport events and agree to observe the principles of good sportsmanship. each participant is asked to sign a waiver from liability before the walk.