Cleveland — * Editor’s Note: The player video above is from a previous report.
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo holds a “Walk to Remember” every Sunday, June 13th, from 8am to 1pm.
The annual event was effectively held last year due to the ongoing pandemic. However, this year’s 10th anniversary walk is expected to bring together more than 2,000 guests to celebrate the lives of their loved ones.
No official kick-off ceremony will be held to ensure adequate social distance throughout the event. Instead, those wishing to attend can arrive and start walking at any time between 8 am and 1 pm.
As part of a commemorative art project at Welcome Plaza, participants are encouraged to put the name of their loved one on the ribbon. Photographs of the commemorative team will be taken at two photo stations near the exits of Elephant Crossing and Wildane Trek.
The event is sponsored by the Oswald Company and benefits the hospice of the Western Reserve. An organization that funds services that are not covered by insurance, such as children’s hospice teams, music and art therapy programs, and support for community grief.
The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is located on the 3900 Wildlife Way.
* Editor’s Note: The player video above is from a previous report.
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