Walk Her Way at Rosemary Beach
Whether you choose to parade in pumps, walk in wedges, strut in stilettos or stroll in sneakers, make plans to join us on Friday, May 19th for the 6th annual Walk Her Way for Shelter House. Registration is open!
Help us raise awareness of domestic and sexual violence by being a part of our 2017 Walk Her Way. Men, women and children of all ages are invited to follow the Village Brass Band through Rosemary Beach. High heels encouraged but not required.
Parade in Pump. Walk in Wedges. Strut in Stilettos. Stroll in Sneakers. Walk as an individual or enter as a team with your family, co-workers and friends! Wear comfortable attire or costumes to reflect your style and personality.
Stick around for the after party (7 - 9 pm) in the Rosemary Beach Town Hall featuring the variety band--Totally Hep-Cats.
Walk Her Way benefits Shelter House, the domestic and sexual violence center serving Okaloosa and Walton counties and Rosemary Beach Foundation, a nonprofit organization that offers community, educational and other charitable activities in Walton County.
Online Advance Registration includes admission to the after party (Music, Food, 2 complimentary drinks). On-site registration (5:30 - 6:15 pm) is an additional $5.
For more information visit www.walkherway.com
2017 Sponsors: Rosemary Beach Cottage Rental Company, The Pearl, Rent Gear Here, Moonpize, Perspicasity
Music Sponsor: The Merchants of Rosemary Beach
Food and Beverage Sponsors: Bruno's Pizzaon 30A, Smallcakes Cupckaery and Creamery, Shades Bar & Grill
Thanks to all 2017 sponsors, teams, walkers and volunteers. The South Walton community truly demonstrates great spirit each and every year. Thank you for coming out for a good time and a great cause in Rosemary Beach! Follow Walk Her Way on Facebook for more informaton, updates, photos and fun.
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