Moving Day Fargo — Event Information

Event Details

Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Location: Edgewood Fargo| MAP

Registration opens: 9:00 a.m. | Walk start time: 10:00 a.m.

Contact: Jennifer Hendrickson | ph: 763-545-1272| jhendrickson@parkinson.org


Check Donations: Please make checks payable to Parkinson’s Foundation.

Mail checks to:
Parkinson’s Foundation
ATTN: Moving Day Fargo
8085 Wayzata Blvd, Ste 100
Golden Valley, MN 55426

*Be sure to include the person’s name that you’re donating to for Moving Day. This way we know which team received the support.


Walk Route: Moving Day Fargo will host the walk at Edgewood Fargo. The walk is just over a half of a mile. If you’re unable to participate in the walk portion of the day, we look forward to spending time with you at the event site until guests return.


Parking:  Handicapped parking and a drop-off area will be made available in the parking lot in front of Edgewood Fargo. Additional parking available at Living Waters Lutheran Church (entrance to lot off of 40th Avenue South). Please be safe when walking over from Living Waters, and utilize the trail systems that connects the two locations.


Learn more from our partners!

Be sure to visit event partners who provide important information and resources to live well with Parkinson’s.

This year’s partners include:

  • Abbott
  • Abbvie
  • ACADIA
  • Adamas
  • Edgewood Fargo
  • Gate City
  • HeartSprings
  • HERO
  • Impax
  • Medtronic
  • Right at Home
  • Struthers Parkinson’s Center
  • Thrifty White

To learn more about the resources in your area, and the great work of the Parkinson’s Foundation, please visit our website www.parkinson.org/minnesota.

If you have any questions about Moving Day, are interested in sponsorship opportunities or would like information about our chapter, please contact us below:

Jennifer Hendrickson | ph: 763-545-1272| jhendrickson@parkinson.org

Mailing address:

Parkinson’s Foundation Minnesota Chapter
8085 Wayzata Boulevard, Suite 100
Golden Valley, MN 55426

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