The Walk for Hunger will host a “Walk Talk” at the Watertown Free Public Library to let people know about some of the changes to the annual fundraising walk for Project Bread.
The event in Watertown is one in a series of Walk Talks. Members of the Project Bread staff will be there to help you plan you day, grow your team and learn more fundraising strategies, according to the announcement from the Walk for Hunger
There will also be a detailed preview of the new Walk route, and you can register and/or pick-up Walk materials.
The Walk Talk in Watertown will be held Friday, April 1 from 5-6:45 p.m. at the Watertown Savings Bank Meeting Room of the library, located at 123 Main St. Watertown.
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Another Walk Talk is planned on March 29 from 5-7 p.m. at the Coolidge Corner Branch Library at 31 Pleasant St. in Brookline.