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This site is now closed for pre-registration. Please visit us at Seneca Park on Saturday, September 15th to register in person. You can still continue to make donations online. Thank you for your support!

Saturday, September 14, 2019 
Seneca Park
2222 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621
Eagle Shelter

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Event Schedule:
Registration: 8 a.m.
Family Fun Walk: 10 a.m.

Attendees at the Rochester March On event will enjoy a wide variety of fun activities for all interests! We will have music, with fun & games provided by one of our sponsors, iHeart Radio, along with a Bluegrass Band.  Local artist Chloe Smith will be working hard creating an amazing chalk art drawing, and the Hochstein Music & Dance School’s expressive arts program will have hands-on musical fun to enjoy! One of our sponsors, Bridges to Brain Injury, will be bringing their Wildlife Defenders to delight you, and you can also visit with the Lollypop Farms volunteers and therapy dogs from their Pet Assisted Therapy Program. Children will enjoy checking out the City of Rochester’s Fire Safety House and adults of all ages will hear about safe bicycling tips from the NY Bicycling Coalition.
Thanks to Wegmans for providing support to our event!  

Light refreshments provided

Entertainment by Mix 100.5 FM

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