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Join us at the Oregon Zoo on August 28th and/or virtually from anywhere in Oregon August 23rd - 27th for our Walk, Run, & Roll With Me Event!

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Ever seen an event that combines the zoo, live music, a 5k fun-run, a scavenger hunt, and charity? Well, here's your chance! Our second annual Walk, Run, & Roll With Me is August 28th at the Oregon Zoo. Bring your family and friends for a day of fun in the sun.

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Easterseals Oregon Presents Walk, Run & Roll 2021 At The Oregon Zoo

How can you combine family fun, fitness, zoo animals, and charity? The answer is this year's Walk, Run, & Roll event at the Oregon Zoo. With a 5k fun-run, a 1-mile walk & roll loop, live music, free Tillamook ice cream, free Starbucks, live music, and more, how could you possibly want to be anywhere else on August 28th?!
Can't make it to the Portland area? Join us virtually any time between August 23rd and August 27th to Walk, Run, & Roll for Easterseals Oregon services across the state!

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