ROAR for Autism 2015
Oregon Ridge Park
13401 Beaver Dam Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us on Sunday, April 26, 2015 at ROAR for Autism – a run, walk and family festival at Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville, MD to raise funds for autism research at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
When you’re finished running or walking, refuel with healthy snacks from the Wegmans Wellness Village. Don’t miss the resource fair, live entertainment and a wonderful enclosed playground that makes ROAR FOR AUTISM a great event for the entire family. If you can’t drag yourself out of bed early on a Sunday morning, go ahead and sleep in – you can “SNORE FOR ROAR,” too.
- Check-in/Registration (6:30 a.m. – 7:45 a.m.)
- 5k run/road race & low-mileage fun walk (8 a.m. start)
- Family Festival, including games and the Mascot Challenge (8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.)
**Beaver Dam Road will be closed from 7:45-9 a.m. for the run/walk. There will be NO access to or from Oregon Ridge during this time**
- Sign up to run or walk by April 8 and receive a FREE technical T-shirt!
- Advance Discount Registration:
Adults - $35 (Festival Only - $15)
Children 5 to 12 - $15 (Festival Only - $5)
Children 4 & under – FREE
Help break the silence that surrounds autism. Come together to ROAR for the millions of children who can’t!
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information, or to register or create an online fundraising page where you can build a team, track donations, and post pictures, visit ROARForAutism.org or call 443-923-7300.
- About Us
- History and Timeline
- Institute Departments
- Institute Centers
- Institute Programs
- Faculty & Staff
- For Patients & Families
- Inspiring Stories
- For Health Care Professionals
- Institute News & Updates
- Resources for Reporters
- Institute Publications
- Stay Connected
- Events & Education
- Support Our Work
- Locations & Directions
- Other Important Information
News & Updates
Read inspiring stories, news and updates about the Institute's patient care, research, special education, professional training, and community programs.
A free resource that provides access to information and support for individuals and families living with developmental disabilities.