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09/25/2016 Dystonia Zoo Walk Northeast

The Toronto Dystonia Zoo Walk does not have a formal walking course – in fact, participants don't have to walk at all! It is a family-friendly community event that is designed to raise awareness of dystonia. Participant teams will represent families impacted by dystonia, their friends and colleagues, and local healthcare institutions. Your registration will include all day zoo access, plus additional family friendly activities and unique animal experiences including: raffles, prizing, face painting, and a chance to interact one on one with selected zoo animals, as well as the chance to meet other dystonia affected familes in the GTA. Join us for a special picnic lunch at the Wildlife Marquee tent!

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