THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!
HOPE In The Park
- When Saturday, October 9, 2010 at 2 p.m.
- Where Balboa Park between Laurel Street and 6th Avenue
- Age limit All ages
- Categories Family
- Cost Free
Above: Promotional graphic for HOPE In The Park, a community-wide event with outreach to assist families in need during this difficult economic time. The event will take place in Balboa Park between Laurel Street and 6th Avenue from 2-9 p.m. Credit: Operation for Hope Foundation
We invite you to join join us as a Champion of HOPE at HOPE in the Park. The event will take place in Balboa Park between Laurel Street and 6th Avenue from 2-9 p.m. This will be a community-wide event with outreach to assist families in need during this difficult economic time.
The event will offer a host of activities for everyone, including resources and information for parents, teenagers, caregivers, educators and community leaders.
The day will begin with the entire San Diego community engaging in Regional Walks throughout the County, honoring those who have lost their live to family violence. All regions will come together and meet in Balboa Park to spend a day together—laughing and playing, creating positive interactions and building community resources. We will end the day with a candle light vigil sending a resounding call of action to our community to prevent future violence.
Schedule Of Events:
HOPE In The Park (main event at Balboa Park at 6th Avenue, North of Laurel Street) from 2-6:30 p.m. Google Map
Not To Be Forgotten Regional Rally Walks throughout San Diego (East County, Central, North and South) 3-4 p.m. View rally flyers for each location
Walk of Hope Candlelight Vigil 6:30-7 p.m.
Spreckels Organ Pavillion Event 7-9 p.m., Get Directions
If you have questions about the Not to Be Forgotten Regional Rallies, HOPE in the Park Main Event, Walk of HOPE or Spreckels Organ Pavilion, please call us at 888-HOPE-008 (467-3008) or send questions to email@example.com
HOPE in the Park is a community effort presented by the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, Operation for HOPE Foundation and the San Diego County Commission on Children, Youth and Families