Why Walk #whywalk #stepstohome
Saturday, June 1st will mark the Eighth Annual Steps to Home Walk to End Homelessness, featuring a 5K stroll through the beautiful tree lined, cobblestone streets of Lowell and an ice cream social on the 5th floor of Mill No. 5. The walk starts and ends right outside Mill No. 5 on 250 Jackson Street.
Businesses, community groups, faith-based organizations, citizens and friends of Lowell transitional Living Center (LTLC) come together at Steps to Home to raise funds through LTLC’s largest event of the year. Lowell Transitional Living Center offers much more than meals and a place to sleep. The walk will help raise awareness of their programs and services like case management, healthcare, housing, mental wellness, and financial management.
We CAN all make a difference for someone experiencing homelessness in the Merrimack Valley.
Walkers will begin registration at 10:00AM, and head out at 10:30AM from the entrance to Mill No. 5. At the finish line all walkers will head up to the 5th floor of the Mill for ice cream, raffles, photo booth and arcade game. A fun journey up Mill No. 5’s funky staircase and two available elevators will transport walkers to the ice cream and raffle portion of the event. Event organizers encourage individuals and teams to register for the event in advance.
Contact LTLC to receive more information:
978-458-9888 ext. 20 or email@example.com
Join us for a brisk 3 mile round-trip walk throughout downtown Lowell. Meet at the Visitor Center (246 Market Street) and walk, stroll, saunter, or stride at your own pace along the trail.
During the walk we will explore the canals of Lowell. Learn more about Lowell’s engineering prominence and connect with the people who worked in these factories.
We encourage everyone to wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather. Please bring plenty of water and snacks.
During this hike, earn your very own Wellness on the Walkways collectible button! Return for future Wellness on the Walkways programs and collect the complete series.
Free parking is available at 304 Dutton Street.