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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    4/6/2013 City / State: Bellevue, WA Event Name: Explore the Trails and Treasures in South Bellevue Event Type: Guided Walk Event ID: 95578 Distance - Trail
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 5, 2013
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      4/6/2013
      City / State: Bellevue, WA
      Event Name: Explore the Trails and Treasures in South Bellevue
      Event Type: Guided Walk
      Event ID: 95578
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10K - 2B
      Description: Beautiful walk on trails through the Mercer Slough, Enatai
      Beach Park, Beaux Arts Village and Bellevue Neighborhoods
      Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: No | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 9:00am, Finish by 12:00pm
      Location: South Bellevue Park and Ride
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 2700 Bellevue Way SE Bellevue, WAFrom
      I-90 - Exit Bellevue Way SE from Eastbound or Westbound. Continue to P
      and R on your right. Look for us in the southeast corner.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: This is a Guided Walk. Please arrive, sign in and be ready to
      walk by 9:00am. We are walking in sensative wetlands with some
      boardwalks and trails.
      Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
      Contact: Sharon Moats (425) 235-0528
      Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
      E-Mail Contact: atthepond3@...

      AVA YRE number 914 - "Auburn Supermall Walk" will temporarily have ONLY
      a 5km out and back from the Auburn Safeway because of renovation at the
      mall. Also, effective "soon," the mall's name will be changed to "The
      Outlet Collection." The Auburn, WA ci ty walk still does not have a 5km
      walk because of road and railroad maintenance. Bo th temporary walks
      have interesting art on them.

      Vancouver YRE Updates:
      The Gibbons Creek trailhead at the Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife
      Refuge (Washougal YRE 1968; AVA 94516) is once again open as of today.
      The boardwalk near the trail entrance has been replaced with a gravel
      surface. The 5/10/11/12/13/14km routes directly from the new
      Registration/Start Point at the Pendleton Factory Store will remain in
      place as alternatives to the primary routes from the remote start trailhead.
      Also, the Start Point for our Hazel Dell walk (Y0425; AVA 94509 –
      formerly Tully’s Coffee – is now open again in the same location under a
      new name. The manager of the new store, BLACK ROCK COFFEE,
      wholeheartedly welcomed our start box.

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      4/13/2013
      City / State: Seattle, WA
      Event Name: Chief Sealth Trail Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 93071
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10 km, 5km - 2B
      Description: Walk on sidewalks and paved trail on a portion of the paved
      Chief Sealth Trail created on Beacon Hill from recycled soils from the
      Link Light Rail project. The 10 K route also includes walking on a
      gravel path down through Cheasty Greenspace, part of the Olmstead
      Legacy, to newly landscaped neighborhoods along the Link Light Rail
      route, through historic Columbia City and returns up Beacon Hill and
      more of the Chief Sealth Trail. See Mt. Rainier in the distance. The 5 K
      route is rated 1A. Washington State Challenges (not all of which are
      available on the 5 K route): Bakeries, City Parks, Clock Towers, King
      County, Mountains, and Valleys.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: No
      Special Programs: Bakeries Family Owned, Celebrating Golden Cinemas,
      Murals, Rainbow Color-Named Places
      Start Times: 9:00 am-1 pm
      Location: Saint Mark's Lutheran Church, 6020 Beacon Ave. S., Seattle WA,
      98108
      Start Point / Driving Directions: I-5 NORTHBOUND: Exit 161 (Swift Ave.
      S./Albro Place). LEFT on Swift Ave. S. First RIGHT onto S. Graham St.
      LEFT on Beacon Ave. S. St. Mark's Lutheran Church is on Right.
      USE ON STREET PARKING.
      I-5 SOUTHBOUND: Exit 161 (Swift Ave. S./Albro Place). LEFT on Albro
      Place. Cross freeway and turn RIGHT on Swift Ave. S. Take 3rd LEFT onto
      S. Graham St. Continue as above.
      Metro bus route #36
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: There are no restrooms on the 5 K route. Restrooms are
      available on the 10 K route at the Columbia City Library and various
      restaurants.
      Pets permitted, but NOT in building(s. Owners responsible for leash and
      clean up laws.
      Host Club: FS Family Wanderers
      Contact: Linda Ellingboe (206) 789-4796
      Website: No Website Listed
      E-Mail Contact: lindaelli@...

      4/18/2013
      City / State: Vancouver, WA
      Event Name: Sakura (Cherry Tree) Fest Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95592
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5km or 10km - 1A
      Description: Walk in the Japanese friendship garden and among the 100 in
      bloom Shirofugen cherry trees at Clark College. View the outside
      ceremony at 1pm at the garden. From 2pm-4pm the Sakura celebration will
      be in Gaiser Student Center where guests can enjoy activities including
      formal tea ceremony and calligraphy demonstrations. All events are free.
      Most of the walk will be on city sidewalks, Suitable for strollers.
      Wheel chairs will have difficulty, as not all curbs are cut.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm; Finish by 4pm
      Location: Marshall Center, 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98663,
      Main Lobby
      Start Point / Driving Directions: I-5: Exit #1C (Mill Plain Blvd/
      SR501). NORTHBOUND RIGHT/SOUTHBOUND LEFT at E Mill Plain Blvd. LEFT on
      Ft Vancouver Way. LEFT on E McLoughlin Blvd. Marshall Center on LEFT
      before underpass.
      Park on East side of Marshall Ctr. or use street parking.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Water and restrooms at start/finish and along the route. Pets
      permitted on walk but NOT in building. Owners responsible for leash and
      clean up laws.
      Challenges: ESVA: City Parks & Clark Parks, Additional AVA challenges
      will be listed at the start
      Host Club: Vancouver USA Volkssporters
      Contact: Romana Paynter (360) 521-8288
      Website: www.VancouverUSAVolkssporters.org
      E-Mail Contact: romapaynter@...

      Victoria Phoenix Walking Festival - Canada
      April 19-21
      Hello Walkers! As you may know the 3 Volkssport clubs of Victoria will
      jointly host the third exciting Phoenix Walking Festival on April 19-21
      – only two months from now! The spring weather is here already, flowers
      are blooming and trees are starting to form their beautiful blossoms.
      So, this a lovely place to be and we invite you all to come and join us
      for our event and meet many old and new friends.
      Full details about the event are available on the website www.vvpf.ca or
      you can email vvpf@... if you have any questions. Already,
      registrations are pouring in from many clubs in Canada and the USA. The
      two hotels that are offering special prices to attendees are listed on
      the website but their rooms are limited. Most registrants are also
      signing up for the dinner on Saturday night and, again, there is a limit
      on how many we can accept. So, if you are planning to attend, or
      considering attending, I urge you to sign up quickly. This will help us
      to get a handle on numbers and will ensure that you are not disappointed.
      We are looking forward to greeting you in April.
      David Cattrall

      4/27/2013
      City / State: Puyallup, WA
      Event Name: Families in Motion walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 93854
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K / 10K - 1A
      Description: An easy out-and-back walk on the asphalt path along the
      scenic Puyallup River.
      Amenities: Strollers: easy | Wheelchairs: easy | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Murals, Walking America's Trails
      Start Times: 9:15 am-1:00 pm
      Location: Goodwill Parking Lot
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 1200 4th St. NW, Puyallup, WA. From
      I-5: Take Puyallup/SR 512, exit #127, to the end staying to the left and
      circling onto Hwy. 167 west/Tacoma. At end of Hwy. 167, left onto
      Meridian. Cross the bridge. Right on River Road. Right on 4th St. From
      I-405: Take exit 2 onto Hwy. 167 (Auburn). At end of Hwy. 167, left onto
      Meridian. Cross the bridge. Right on River Road. Right on 4th St.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: This walk is part of the "Families in Motion" Celebration.
      There will be food and information booths.
      Host Club: Daffodil Valley Volkssport Assn.
      Contact: Carolyn (253) 845-6592
      Website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com
      E-Mail Contact: jcwarhol@...

      5/4/2013
      City / State: Bainbridge Island, WA
      Event Name:
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95491
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10K -
      Location: Blakely Harbor Park
      Host Club: Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      Contact: Vik Petzel (360) 779-7170
      Full details: http://fourplushikers.org/upcoming_index_files/Page625.htm
      Website: www.fourplushikers.org
      E-Mail Contact: petzal2004@...

      5/11/2013
      City / State: Puyallup, WA
      Event Name: Daffodil Memorial Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 93855
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K / 10K - 2B
      Description: Walk through the market area, downtown Puyallup,
      surrounding neighborhoods, and the community gardens park. The 15 KM
      route will go through 2 additional city parks.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Celebrating Golden Cinemas, Fraternal Organization,
      Main Street, Murals, Rainbow Color-Named Places
      Start Times: 8:00 am-NOON
      Location: Puyallup Farmers Market
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 324 S. Meridian, Puyallup, WA. From
      I-5: Take exit #127, Puyallup/ Hwy 512. Take 3rd Puyallup exit, the
      Fairgrounds exit. Left onto Meridian. Left on 7th Ave. SW. Right on 2nd
      St. SW. Parking will be limited. From I-405: Take exit #2 Auburn/Hwy
      167. Exit onto Hwy 512. Take 2nd Puyallup exit, the Fairgrounds exit.
      Right onto Meridian. Follow as above. Parking is limited, street parking
      is suggested.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: This walk is dedicated to the memory of Virginia Crandall and
      Evelyn Eidemiller.
      Host Club: Daffodil Valley Volkssport Assn.
      Contact: Carolyn Warhol (253) 845-6592
      Website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com
      E-Mail Contact: jcwarhol@...

      5/18/2013
      City / State: Ellensburg, WA
      Event Name:
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 93109
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10K, 5K - 1C
      Description: 201 North Ruby Street - 509-962-7240. From I-90, take exit
      109. At exit stop sign turn right into town; road becomes Main St. At
      light at 3rd Ave., turn right. Go three blocks to Ruby St. Turn right.
      Center at 201 No. Ruby. Park on street or in parking lot at south end of
      building.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Bakeries Family Owned, Celebrating Golden Cinemas,
      Fraternal Organization, Main Street, Murals, Rainbow Color-Named Places
      Start Times: 8:00 a.m. to noon, finish by 3:00 p.m.
      Location: Hal Holmes Center, Ellensburg
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Start 7:00 a.m. - Noon, finish by 3:00
      p.m.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Hal Holmes Center is location of ESVA State Meeting at 1:00 p.m.
      Host Club: Yakima Valley Sun Striders
      Contact: Millie Haupt (509) 965-4980
      Website: No Website Listed
      E-Mail Contact: m.haupt@...

      5/18/2013
      City / State: Fort Lewis, WA
      Event Name:
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95762
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K 10K -
      Location: Fort Lewis, Cowan Field
      Host Club: Sea-Tac Volkssports Club
      Contact: SeaTac Volkssports Clug (206) 788-7969
      Website: www.esva.org
      E-Mail Contact: francarson@...

      5/17/2013 - 5/19/2013 4 Walks
      City / State: Shady Cove, OR
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      Event Name: Casey State Park Event Type: Walk Event ID: 90095
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km - 1B Amenities: Strollers: medium |
      Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Paved and natural surface trails from Casey State Park to fish hatchery
      and viewpoints of Rogue River Dam, 9 miles from Edgewater Inn
      Start Times: 9:00am to 1:00pm
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      Event Name: The Dam/Rumbley Creek Trail Event Type: Walk Event ID: 94296
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km - 2C Amenities: Strollers: NO |
      Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Walk across the dam for fantastic view, then this walk quickly enters
      the forest along another part of Lost Creek Lake, meandering through the
      trees past a small waterfall. This is an out and back trail, 13 miles
      from the Edgewater Inn
      Start Times: 9:00am to 1:00pm
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      Event Name: Viewpoint Mike Event Type: Walk Event ID: 94298
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km - 3C Amenities: Strollers: NO |
      Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Great hike to incredible views of the Rogue Valley. All natural trail
      surfaces and healthy elevations, 9 1/4 miles from Edgewater Inn
      Start Times: 9:00am to 1:00pm
      ===
      Event Name: Joseph Stewart State park/Lost Lake Trail Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 90094
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km5km - 2B Amenities: Strollers: NO |
      Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Paved and natural trails, crosses several small wooden bridges along
      lost Creek Lake then through a large meadow and along paved pathways
      through the state park. A few, short, steep hills, 13 miles from
      Edgewater Inn
      ===
      Location: Edgewater Inn, 7800 Rogue River Dr., Shady Cove, OR
      approximately 2 miles from town line.
      Start Point / Driving Directions: From I-5 take exit 30, Crater Lake
      Highway 18 miles northeast on Crater Lake Hwy to Shady Cove, OR
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Host Club: Rogue Valley Walkers
      Contact: Marie Jewett (541) 245-9356
      E-Mail Contact: mjwhye@...

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    • Wendy Bumgardner
      1/17/2015 City / State: Bellevue, WA Event Name: Roller Coaster, Parks and More Event Type: Guided Walk Event ID: 101256 Distance - Trail
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 16
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        1/17/2015
        City / State: Bellevue, WA
        Event Name: Roller Coaster, Parks and More
        Event Type: Guided Walk
        Event ID: 101256
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 12K, 7K - 3C
        Description: The 12K route gets its name from a short section of ups
        and downs on a power line trail. There is also a long staircase going up
        to Bellevue College, but otherwise much of this route is flat. This walk
        includes wooded trails, stairs, residential streets, sidewalks, loose
        gravel trails and some hills. NOTE: The 7K route (2B) does not include
        the Roller Coaster or set of stairs leading up to Bellevue College.
        Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
        Start Times: 9:15am
        Location: Wilburton Hill Park
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 12400 Main St, Bellevue, WA
        DIRECTIONS: I-405 NORTHBOUND: Exit #12. Stay LEFT at Y. At stoplight,
        LEFT on 116th Ave SE. RIGHT uphill on SE 1st St. RIGHT on Main St.
        Continue to end. Parking lot on RIGHT.
        I-405 SOUTHBOUND: NE 8th St exit going EAST. RIGHT on 124th Ave NE. The
        park is at the intersection of 124th Ave NE and Main St
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: THIS IS A GUIDED WALK. Allow time to register, use
        restrooms and be ready to walk at 9:30 am. Several groups going at
        different paces will start and walk together. Some maps will be available
        Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
        Contact: Mike Zewe (425) 861-8958
        Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
        E-Mail Contact: mzewe@...

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        1/24/2015
        City / State: Puyallup, WA
        Event Name: Crisp January Walk
        Event Type: Walk
        Event ID: 98670
        Distance - Trail Ratings: 10K/5K - 1A
        Description: Explore Northwest Puyallup on city streets through
        neighborhoods and some local parks.
        Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes |
        Restrooms: Yes
        Special Programs: Honoring Our Flag, Main Street, You'll Never Walk
        Alone
        Start Times: 9am to noon, Finish by 3pm
        Location: United Methodist Church 1919 W. Pioneer
        Start Point / Driving Directions: 1919 W. Pioneer, Puyallup. I-5
        NB/SB Exit 127 (SR512/Puyallup) 4th Puyallup exit (E. Pioneer). Left on
        Pioneer, through Puyallup, approximately 2 miles to Church on right.
        Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
        Comments: Water and restrooms at start/finish.
        Host Club: Daffodil Valley Volkssport Assn.
        Contact: Chyrll Coscorrosa (253) 226-7288
        Website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com
        E-Mail Contact: chyrllcos@...

        2015 Seabreeze Walking Festival - February 14-16, 2015
        This event includes six walks and a bike, as well as two YREs, in and
        around Ocean Shores, WA. Also featured on Saturday, February 14, is an
        Italian Buffet and social time in the evening.
        Event: 2015 Seabreeze Walking Festival at Ocean Shores, WA.
        http://www.capitolvolkssportclub.org/cvc_specialevents/seabreeze_2015_se.html
        Walk and bike details: All walks, and the bike route, are MAP ONLY
        routes; there will be no trail markings. Please also note that many of
        the walks are weather and tide dependent.
        -Ocean Shores Jetty Walk: 10K, rated 1C. Walk through the jetty
        neighborhood at the southernmost tip of Ocean Shores. Walk back along
        the beach to the jetty (a favorite spot for whale watching in season).
        For those not wanting to walk on sand on the beach, a return route using
        city streets is available. This walk is not suitable for strollers or
        wheelchairs.
        -Ocean Shores Bayside Walk: 11K, rated 1A, or 21K, rated 1C. Walk
        through developed and undeveloped areas of Ocean Shores. The 11K is
        entirely on pavement, and loops around Duck Lake. The 21K walk continues
        to loop around the town, ending with 6K on the beach to return to the
        start point. For those not wanting to walk on sand on the beach, a
        return route using city streets is available. The 11K walk is suitable
        for strollers or wheelchairs, the 21K walk is not.
        -Damon Point Walk: 5K or 7K or 12K, all rated 2C. Walk around a former
        island in the Chehalis River, now connected to the mainland by a sand
        spit. On good days, there are views of the Pacific Ocean, Mount Rainier,
        the Olympics, and the distant cities of Aberdeen, Hoquiam, and Westport.
        Seals, eagles, sandpipers, sanderlings, surfers, fishermen, ships,
        driftwood, shells, and the occasional Snowy Owl are sometimes seen while
        walking in this area. On the ocean side of Damon Point, the beach can be
        quite steep; some walkers have found walking sticks helpful (one can
        easily be found among the driftwood, if you don't normally carry one
        ...). These walks are not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
        -Moclips Walk: 5K or 10K, both rated 1C. Walk from Moclips to Pacific
        Beach State Park along the rugged north beach. This walk has the option
        of returning to Moclips through Pacific Beach State Park and the quaint
        town of Pacific Beach or along the beach. These walks are not suitable
        for strollers or wheelchairs.
        -Griffiths-Priday State Park Walk: 5K or 7K or 10K or 30K, all rated 2C.
        Walk through the dunes on a remote corner of the Washington coast, free
        from cars year-round, and along the beach. See nature in action as the
        land and paths erode in one area and build up in another. Due to this
        ongoing erosion, the path can be rougher than you might expect it to be
        walking on sand dunes or on the beach. Walking sticks are recommended
        for those who find them helpful. These walks are not suitable for
        strollers or wheelchairs.
        -Seabrook Town Walk: 5K or 10K, both rated 2C. Walk through the new
        vacation community of Seabrook. This walk includes paved streets in the
        town portion, a trail through the woods surrounding the town, and the
        beach. Trails through the woods are fairly well maintained, but can be
        uneven. The 10K walk goes up and down the bluff via steps to the beach,
        and passes several huge tree stumps that were left by loggers in the
        past. These walks are not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs.
        One way to do the Ocean Shores Bike.
        -Ocean Shores Bike: 13K or 25K or 30K, all rated 1A. The 25K and 30K
        routes circle the Ocean Shores peninsula on flat roads, through
        neighborhoods and undeveloped areas. The 13K route, weather permitting,
        can be a two-person surrey ride! Surreys and bikes are available for
        rent from local businesses.
        ESVA Challenges: Grays Harbor County, All Clubs, Churches, Restaurants,
        Schools.
        AVA Challenges: Fraternal Organizations, Honoring Our Flag, Lakes and
        Reservoirs, Volcanoes, Walking The USA, S.N.O.B. (AVA Treasurer) stamp
        available.
        Driving Directions: I-5 Northbound and Southbound: Take Exit 104 (US
        101). Continue westbound as US 101 becomes SR 8 and then US 12 and
        finally US 101 again, passing through Aberdeen and Hoquiam. From Hoquiam
        continue on State Route 109 approximately 18 miles to the intersection
        with State Route 115, and turn left. Continue to Point Brown Ave (the
        entrance to Ocean Shores) and turn left. Turn right onto Chance-a-la-Mer
        at the traffic circle, then take the next right which is Ocean Shores
        Blvd. Drive .1 mile to the Ocean Shores Lions Club on the right.
        Starting Point: Ocean Shores Lions Club, located at 832 Ocean Shores
        Blvd NW in Ocean Shores, WA.
        Starting Point: Lions Club, 832 Ocean Shores Blvd NW, Ocean Shores
        Start/Finish Times: Walkers may begin walking any time between 8 AM and
        2 PM on Saturday or Sunday, and must be finished by 5 PM. Walkers may
        begin walking any time between 8 AM and noon on Monday, and must be
        finished by 3 PM on Monday.
        Saturday Evening Social: Pasta, Pasta and More! is an Italian buffet at
        6 PM on Saturday night. Cost is $21 per person, which includes tax and
        gratuity. B.Y.O.B. Advance reservation is required, and seating is
        limited to the first 120 tickets sold. Dinner reservations may be
        submitted beginning June 15, 2014, and must be received no later than
        February 1, 2015. No tickets will be sold at the door. To reserve your
        seat, print and complete this ticket order form, and mail it, together
        with payment in full to:
        http://www.capitolvolkssportclub.org/cvc_specialevents/seabreeze_2015_dinner_reservation.pdf
        Karen Younkins
        711 Eastside St. NE
        Olympia, WA 98506
        Further Saturday Night Social information: e-mail jcyounkins@....
        Facilities/Pets: Restrooms and water will be available at the start and
        finish, also at restaurants or stores (where they exist) along the
        routes. Pets are permitted but NOT in buildings. Owners must observe
        leash and clean up laws.
        Registration and Costs: These events count for American Volkssport
        Association (AVA) and IVV credit. Those walking or cycling for credit
        only will pay $3 per walk. Free participants are welcome. All walkers
        and cyclists must register, carry, and return a start card. Donations in
        support of the festival are always appreciated.
        Lodging: Please note this event occurs on a holiday weekend AND it is
        also Valentine's Day weekend , so it would be prudent to make hotel
        reservations now.
        Other walks in the area: If you would like to come early, stay late, or
        walk on your way down and back, we have YREs for you. These can be found
        in Ocean Shores, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Westport, Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater,
        Centralia, and Chehalis. Please note that the start point for the two
        Ocean Shores YREs is at the Ocean Shores IGA, 101 E. Chance a la Mer NE
        in Ocean Shores, rather than at the Lions Club as for the event walks.
        Details of all of these YREs can be found here.
        Please note: The sponsors are not liable for accidents, thefts, or
        material damage. Every effort will be made by the sponsors to make this
        a safe, enjoyable, and memorable event.
        Weather will be provided; hope to see you there!
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