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Walk & Roll Week 2020

October 26 @ 8:00 am - October 30 @ 5:00 pm

Participating in Walk & Roll Week is easy.

Ready for Walk & Roll Week? Don’t miss 5 days of fun, easy activities for students to celebrate getting around on 👣🛴🚲 Plus, you can win prizes!  #W2SD #walkandrollsf #IWalkSF #sfpedestrian #kidactivities #getoutside #sfsaferoutes #sfsaferoutestoschool

 

Students can participate on their own, and entire classrooms can sign up. In addition, we are hosting our first ever Walk & Roll Week Art Contest, too! Just go to www.walksf.org/walkandroll to get started. 

This year we have prizes you can win individually and as a whole class too! It’s as easy as 1-2-3!

 

 

 

  • Do the daily activity. Take photos or create art 

 

Log your Walk & Roll activities!

Share a photo or drawing from your activity, and you’ll be entered into the Walk & Roll Drawing (five drawing entries per child max). Your photos and artwork will be featured in our Walk & Roll online gallery.

 

  • Teacher’s Class Registration:

 

Register your class today!

Teachers be sure to register your classroom to participate in Walk & Roll Week!

By signing up, you will be entered to win a set of books with sustainability, health, and safety themes for your classroom!

 

 

Create a piece of visual art that celebrates walking and rolling around San Francisco — scooters, skates, bikes, skateboards, wheelchairs, and other active ways of getting around are all included! Submit your art to: SRTSContest@sfmta.com 

 

For more information on all Walk & Roll Week 2020 events, please visit: www.walksf.org/walkandroll or email Sam at sam@walksf.org

Details

Start:
October 26 @ 8:00 am
End:
October 30 @ 5:00 pm
Website:
www.walksf.org/walkandroll

Organizer

Walk SF
Email:
ana.vasudeo@sfmta.com
Website:
https://srts.ideasindigital.us/

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