Day is at Nationals Park: 1500 South Capitol Street, SE, Washington, DC
• Parking is free of charge in Lot B (located on South Capitol Street, SE and N Street, SE).
• Moving Day will kick off inside the Center Field gates located on N St. and Half Street.
• Public transportation: Take the metro green line to the Navy Yard station, Nationals Park is approximately ½ a block south from the station.
• For directions and other transportation options please visit The Way to Go To Nationals Park.
a Question? Look for volunteers in their bright orange t-shirts if you
have any questions or assistance.
• If you have not registered online please fill out a collection envelope at “On-site Registration & Donation Drop-off” (on the east and
west sides of the Center Field Gates).
• If you have already registered and have donations to drop off, please do so at “On-site Registration & Donation Drop-off” (on the east and west sides of the Center Field Gates).
• If you have registered online and have qualified for a t-shirt by raising $100 or more, please pick up your t-shirt at the “T-shirt Tables” designated by last name.
• Pick a meeting spot for your team.
• Once your entire team has arrived head over to the Team Photo area to get your picture taken! Like us on Facebook to retrieve your team photo after Moving Day: http://www.facebook.com/PFNCA.
out the kid’s area, which is located to the left of the Plaza as you enter
• Look for live tweets on twitter by following @pfnca_ceo
• Have fun!
Important Information to Note:
review the route map, learn more about the event and/or about programs and
services provided by PFNCA, please read our
Moving Day Program.
• Show your spirit in honor or in memory of a loved one by printing and wearing these signs.
pride in your fundraising prowess by printing
and wearing this sign on Moving Day.
• A shuttle service is available for those who begin the walk and need assistance completing it. The shuttle, which is provided by The Virginian, will pick up walkers on 1st Street, SE. A volunteer can assist you in receiving a ride from the shuttle. The shuttle will drop
walkers off at Parking Lot B of at the Metro Station.
Nationals have asked that PFNCA not provide food and beverages inside Nationals
Park. As such, please note that
we will serve bottles of water at the start of the walk on South Capitol Street. Additionally after you complete the on-field portion
of the walk course, we will serve granola bars and bananas on 1st Street, SE. We will have trash cans and recycling bins near the
water station and food station. To be energized for the walk, please eat breakfast prior to your arrival.
at Gordon Biersch-Navy Yard for lunch after Moving Day on November 10th and
Gordon Biersch will kindly donate 10% of your
food and beverage purchases to PFNCA. Gordon Biersch-Navy Yard is conveniently located two blocks from Nationals Park at 100
M. Street SE in Washington, D.C. Gordon Biersch is kindly donating 10% of food and beverage sales between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Please note that the parking garage at Nationals Park will close at approximately 3:00 p.m. If you park in the garage at Nationals Park,
you may want to move your car prior to having lunch at Gordon Biersch-Navy Yard. There is on-street parking (free on Sundays) near
Gordon Biersch as well as a garage in the building where the restaurant is located (posted rates apply). We look forward to celebrating
Moving Day with you at Gordon Biersch.
Movement Pavilion opens at 8:30am and everyone is encouraged to stop by
and take part in movement such as Tai Chi, dance,
rowing machines and exercise.
• The kid’s area also opens at 8:30am, complete with face painting and temporary tattoos. You may even get a chance to meet some
of the Washington Nationals Racing Presidents who will be on hand.
• Team photos – like us on Facebook to retrieve your team photo after Moving Day: http://www.facebook.com/PFNCA.
can enroll your children or grandchildren in our new PFNCA Kids Club. Members of the Kids Club will receive a periodic newsletter written
in an age appropriate manner (for children ages eight to 14) to help them
understand how Parkinson’s disease is impacting their
loved one now and in the future. Through our newsletter, we will inform children about PD, how the disease impacts people, the
importance of sensitivity when interacting with people facing serious illnesses and diseases, etc.
• Sponsor tents where you can learn more about our sponsors’ products.
• The final lap will be on the warning track around the baseball field at Nationals Park! See firsthand what it is like to look up at the
stadium from a pro baseball player's point of view.