Friday, October 17th
6:00 p.m. Meet and Greet
7:00 p.m. Presentation
TRAIL CREEK IS CLOSING AT 7:00 p.m. PRESENTATION IS HELD NEXT DOOR
Guest speaker Timmy O’Neill is back with more inspirational stories that include leading the blind in kayaks, a Grand Canyon kayaking expedition proving the power of the human spirit.
Timmy is also screening Prevail at the event, a film he produced about his brother Sean and his first paraplegic ascent of Bridal Veil Falls. The film was recently chosen for the Adventure Film Festival and was screened at the Festival’s first showing in Boulder, CO.
The evening will start with a Meet and Greet, followed by a presentation. In addition to the movie screening, Timmy will be discussing the joys and perils of being a professional climber and how his passion led him to co-found Paradox Sports, a non-profit organization that improves people’s lives by creating physical adaptive sport communities built to inspire.
We will be holding a raffle – ½ of the proceeds will go to Paradox Sports, ½ will go to the raffle winner.
Complimentary beer provided by Victory Brewing Co., plus we’ll have light snacks.
Last year was a packed house so get to Trail Creek early and grab your seat!
Thursday, October 23, 2014
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. ** Bring your own mat
Why does the body get tight? Why are injuries rates escalating in our youth while many adults feel like they are falling apart? There is an emerging science of movement that involves therapeutic principles and techniques that can help prevent injuries, alleviate pain, and help us age gracefully. Come listen and learn as you move your body in a way that will bring greater understanding of pain-free, integrated movement.
Join us for this FREE class by Johnny Gillespie from Balanced Athlete.
There will be complimentary juices and fruit treats by Nourish Juice Bar & Cafe before and after the class.
Plus, we will be offering 10% off all men’s and women’s performance wear..one night only!
November 2, 2014
One Day, Two Runs – All for a Great Cause
Benefiting Children & Families First
The brand new OBEROD course is exactly 5 kilometers of off-road grass trails. This is, without question, one of the most challenging 5K courses on the east coast with its 400 foot elevation climbs and rolling ranges. There are sections of this course that you have to see to believe, but when you finish, you will feel like you have conquered a mountain. The start is a downhill 300 meters and the finish is on the plush green lawn of the backyard of the historic OBEROD mansion.
Splatter Dash: Approx. 2.0 miles of off-road grass trails with rolling ranges, some inclines and 7 COLOR STATIONS.The COLOR-SPLATTERED FINISH is on the plush green lawn of the backyard of the historic OBEROD mansion.
Free Monthly Children’s Bird Walk
Monthly Children’s Bird Walks are designed to introduce children ages 3 to 12 to birding by gentle instruction from an expert birder. These walks are led by Holly Merker, a local children’s nature educator and expert birder. Refreshments provided after the walk. Registration required. Click here to get the details.
Register at: www.delawarenaturesociety.org