Sunday, October 15th, 2017
Lincoln Park, South Fields
Registration Opens: 9:00 a.m.
Sara O'Hare - Community Development Director l Tel no. 312-505-7602 l email@example.com
Moving Day® raises awareness of Parkinson’s both nationally and
in the Chicago community. It is 'A day to move, a day to move others, a
day that moves YOU!'
Day Chicago Schedule
9:00 A.M. - Registration, Movement Pavilion, Refreshment Tent,
Kid's Area and the
Resource Pavilion will all open
10:00 A.M. - Welcome and Warm-up for walk (Main Stage)
10:30 A.M. - Walk Begins (Ribbon Cutting on path)
12:00 P.M. - Awards Announced (Main stage)
12:30 A.M. - Close
Check back soon for the Movement Pavilion Schedule
Moving Day® Chicago will take place in Chicago’s beautiful
Lincoln Park at Lincoln Park South Fields, just south of the Lincoln Park Zoo’s
South Pond. The event site will be located just east of 1730 N. Stockton Drive,
Chicago, IL 60614 which is north of LaSalle Street. Click here for a
The Moving Day® Event will take place rain or shine. If
cancellation of the event is warranted due to dangerous weather conditions,
announcements will be made on the event day at the event site. The event will
not be canceled in advance. All decisions regarding cancellation will be made
The Moving Day® Chicago walk course is a 2 mile walk through
beautiful Lincoln Park. Enjoy views of the zoo, lagoon, Lake Michigan and
Chicago’s impressive skyline. A short half mile course will be offered as well..
are two parking lots near the Moving Day Chicago event site as well as limited
The Chicago History Museum parking lot is located at 1730 N.
Stockton Drive (North of La Salle Street).
The Lincoln Park Zoo lot parking entrance is located on
Fullerton Ave. and Cannon Street. If you park in the Lincoln Park Zoo lot you
will want to park closer to the lot’s exit after passing the zoo to be near the
Moving Day Event space.
Our committee is working to arrange for discount parking fees at both
parking locations and information will be updated on this page if discounted
rates are negotiated.
We encourage you to visit our website www.parkinson.org
to find resources in your area!