Green Outlook Walkathon & After Party

October 26, 2013 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Riverside Clay Tennis Courts @ 96th Street
$20 per individual; $40 for a family
Mark McIntyre


Be part of the green revolution!    Walk your way to a better tomorrow.

Join Riverside Park‘s effort to build NYC’s first carbon-neutral, composting, solar-powered public restroom and to transform an abandoned parking lot into new park land.

Who wants to join us? Kids! Adults! Anyone interested in being green, recycling, sustainability, composting, parks, greenways and the future.

What are we doing? A walkathon to raise funds and awareness for the Green Outlook, NYC’s first composting, solar-powered public restroom, along the Hudson River Greenway.

When? Saturday, October 26, 10am  Registration, T-shirts; 10:30 Walk!

How? Easy! Sign up online.

 How much? Suggested participation fee: $20 per individual (includes a GO t-shirt/ticket to post-event carnival); $40 for a family (includes 3 GO t-shirts)

Where? Route begins and ends at the future site of Green Outlook in Riverside Park, along the Hudson River Greenway, south of the 96th Street Red Clay Tennis courts near 95th Street. Two routes will be available, a 2K and a 5K.

Post Walkathon Party

Following the walkathon, from 12N to 2pm, there will be tennis carnival at the 96th Street Red Clay Tennis Courts for kids under 10 years of age, with live music featuring performers from the Dirty Sock Funtime Band and a giant dish of Paul Vella’s Paellea. Your GO T-shirt will be your ticket to these events!