Moving Day Kansas City — Event Information

Event Details

Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Location: Liberty Memorial, 2 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64108 | MAP 

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Event will take place in the grassy area south east of the World War I Museum and Memorial.

Registration opens: 9:00 am | Walk start time: 10:30 am | FAQ

Contact: Robyn Tota | ph: 913-416-4122 | rtota@parkinson.org
Chapter Website: www.parkinson.org/heartland

Schedule of Events:

9:00 am –- Registration & Activities Open

  • Kids Zone (Games and Activities for our younger guests)
  • Mission Tent (Discover how the Parkinson’s Foundation makes life better!)
  • Movement Pavilion (Sample 20-minute exercise classes throughout the day)
  • Resource Pavilion (Community information and resources)
  • Sponsor Tents (Check out their information and resources!)
  • Food Tent (Snacks, water and coffee)

9:10 am – Movement Pavilion: Parkinson’s Friendly Exercise
9:30 am – Movement Pavilion: Let’s Dance
9:50 am – Movement Pavilion: Zumba
10:10 am – Movement Pavilion: Rock Steady Boxing
10:30 am – Opening Ceremony

  • Walk starts immediately following Opening Ceremony
  • ½ Mile & 3 Mile Walk Routes Available
  • All activities available during walk

11:00 am – Movement Pavilion: LSVT BIG Therapy
11:30 am – Closing Ceremony
12:00 pm – Event Closes


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

Do you have questions about Moving Day Kansas City?  We have answers!  Click here for a copy of our Moving Day Kansas City FAQ.

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

Robyn Tota | ph: 913-416-4122 | rtota@parkinson.org

Mailing address:

Parkinson’s Foundation Heartland Chapter
8900 State Line Road, Ste. 320
Leawood, KS 66206

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