The “5th Annual Richmond Zombie Walk” will be held at Townsend Community Center 855 N 12th St. Richmond, IN on Sunday, November 8th from 4-6 p.m.
The tradition lives on in Richmond, where once a year, the locals dress up like Zombies and have a fun filled evening on the town, walking in typical Zombie fashion, while donating and raising awareness for those in need. This year the Zombie Walk is being organized by Jeremy Bartley in collaboration with Townsend Community Center.
The event will include vendors, a Thriller Flash Mob, Costume Contest, an outdoor movie at the end location, and more! Cost to participate in the Zombie walk is 2 unexpired canned food items, although additional donations are more than welcome and very much appreciated. All donated items will go to various food pantries and community based services that help those in need!
Organized by: Jeremy Bartley in collaboration with Townsend Community Center Website: https://www.facebook.com/Richmond-Zombie-Walk-461905690495812/timeline
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