Slowing Down, Waking Up, & Connecting at 1-3 Miles Per Hour

Program Description

Event Details

 

Registration for this event is required here

***This is the rescheduled event from Friday, August 19th. Hope you can join us for our new date/time on Friday, September 30th from 5:00-6:30 pm MT at Park Hill Branch Library (walking to City Park)!***

Join North Park Hill resident and author of WALK - Slow Down, Wake Up & Connect at 1-3 Miles per Hour, Jonathon Stalls, for a book talk and walk/roll. We will meet at the Park Hill Branch Library at 5 p.m. and walk (or roll if you use a wheelchair) to City Park.  We will move through the park and finish near the water fountain on the west side of the Museum of Nature & Science. There, Jonathon will read from his book, answer questions, and sell and sign newly released copies. If you want to skip the walk, meet us at the west side of the museum just before 5:45 p.m. If you are able, please bring a lawn chair or blanket. Keep in mind the sun will be setting around 6:45 pm MT!

Book Sales & Check-Out: Books will be available for purchase at the reading/talk area in the park. You can pay $15 cash or card. Books are also available at the Denver Public Library. You can pick up the book at local bookstores, download the audiobook, or order the book online via North Atlantic Books website (or any online bookseller!).

Event Questions: Please reach out to Jonathon directly at jonathon (at) intrinsicpaths (dot) com or 720-263-0227 with any questions related to the walking/rolling route and the book reading.  

Support Jonathon's Creative Work Ongoing: If you would like to support Intrinsic Paths, the Pedestrian Dignity project, future book events, and more, please consider joining as a Patron here

black and white image of Jonathon Stalls, a man with long wavy hair in a striped shirt and dark pants, sitting in front of a still body of water.

Photo Credit: Art Heffron

Sign language interpreters and real-time captioning via CART are available upon request with notice of three business days to SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org or 720-913-8487. For other public accommodation requests or concerns related to a disability: DisabilityAccess@denvergov.org.

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