Will you walk in wedges? Strut in stilettos? Prance in pumps? Slip on your high heels for the 4th Annual Walk Her Way in Rosemary Beach on Friday, June 12, 2015, at 6:30 p.m., and help Rosemary Beach Foundation raise awareness of domestic violence.
Men, women and children of all ages are invited to put on high heels and follow the New Orleans style brass band through Rosemary Beach. Participants are encouraged to decorate their shoes or wear costumes.
“Walk Her Way is a fun way to support a serious cause. It’s a celebration for the women and children who have escaped domestic violence, as well as a way to raise funds for those who are still struggling,” said Zuma Banks, president of the Rosemary Beach Foundation.
The event benefits Shelter House, the domestic and sexual violence center serving Okaloosa and Walton counties and Rosemary Beach Foundation, a nonprofit organization that offers and supports community, educational and other charitable activities in Walton County.
Online registration is $25 for adults and $10 for children under 12 (Includes t-shirt). Registration on the day of the walk will be an additional $5 per person from 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm.
The fun continues with an after party, awards show (hosted by Brook Stetler), and music featuring The Village Brass Band. Complimentary Grayton Beer for registered adult walkers.
One-of-a-kind “Shoe” awards (created by Walton County teachers and students) will be given for the best costume, most spirit, crowd favorites, and more. Winners will be selected by audience noise level.
Sign up for Walk Her Way at www.walkherway.com.