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Mon, Sep 12



Sloans Lake Walk & Roll Before Author Talk at West Side Books

Join author of WALK - Slow Down, Wake Up, and Connect at 1-3 Miles per Hour, Jonathon Stalls for a meaningful movement experience before a patio book talk/signing event at West Side Books, Denver.

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Sloans Lake Walk & Roll Before Author Talk at West Side Books
Sloans Lake Walk & Roll Before Author Talk at West Side Books

Time & Location

Sep 12, 2022, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM MDT

Denver, 3434 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211, USA


About the event

Photo pointing at sign by Art Heffron

Join Jonathon Stalls, author of WALK - Slow Down, Wake Up & Connect at 1-3 Miles per Hour for a pre-author talk walk/roll event at West Side Books (which starts at 7:00 pm MT).

For the walk/roll, meet us in front of West Side Books at 5:00 pm MT. Will will gather for brief introductions and begin moving no later than 5:10 pm MT. We will walk/roll on neighborhood streets/sidewalks* to Sloans Lake (half-loop on east side) and back. We should arrive back to West Side Books between 6:20-6:40 pm. The author talk at West Side Books will begin around 7:00 pm MT outside on their patio. Please visit this page for more info on West Side Books and our event. If you are planning to do the walk/roll, we highly encourage you to stay for the book talk!

If you want to skip the walk/roll, meet us on the West Side Books patio a little before 7:00 p.m. MT. Copies of the book will be available to purchase (with book signing) through West Side Books.

*The walk/roll portion of this event may be difficult to navigate in some wheelchairs or powered scooters. Please reach out to with questions about how this will be handled as accessibility justice, safety and education is significant to the purpose of this event. Call and leave a message at 720-263-0227 or send an email to:

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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. ; )

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