• celebrate recovery • honor a loved one • support the prevention of burn injuries •
Burns are difficult and challenging injuries, as they often have a life-long impact. The suffering caused by burns is made even more tragic by the fact that they are preventable. The Burn Injury Awareness Walk will bring together burn survivors and their families, first responders, safety and medical professionals, and community members to walk for burn injury awareness, public education, and prevention. A Safety Education Fair and picnic will immediately follow the walk and offer fun for all ages.
Date: September 20, 2020
Time: 11 AM CHECK-IN| Noon welcome & walk;
Picnic & activities immediately following
Place: Gallup Park, Fast Shelter
Children 12 and younger: $5
The Trauma Burn Center financially subsidizes this event to offer reduced-cost registration.
Gallup Park Canoe Livery Information
We would love to have your group out paddling boats at Gallup Park! ~Cheryl, Recreation Supervisor
We have an ADA dock, a wheelchair transfer station into a boat with a ramp to the water, and foam pieces to help stabilize individuals in the boats. We have 3 seat paddle boats. 2 seat canoes (one can sit in the middle of the floor of the boat), 5 seat rowboats, 2 seat kayaks, and 1 seat kayaks. The livery supervisors would work with each individual on what type of boat would best fit their needs and livery staff would be on the docks assisting individuals in and out of the boats. We have almost 600 boats so we will have plenty of choices for your group.
Paddle boats are $12 per hour
Double kayaks and canoes are $20/2-hours
Single kayaks are $14/2-hours