Pedestrian Dignity from a College Student’s Perspective

Pedestrian Dignity from a College Student’s Perspective

**Weather Update: We are still planning to host this walking/movement experience. We will email all who have RSVP'd if we decide to cancel!** 

Join students from Wartburg College West as they lead us on a semi-guided, socially-distanced, walk highlighting the many aspects of urban walkability and pedestrian dignity on the east side of Denver. This walk is a culmination of a semester-long class project for an interdisciplinary course called, “The Metropolis” and is a collaborative effort between students from Wartburg College West, Walk2Connect and Intrinsic Paths

Meeting Location: Meet near SW corner of Fred Thomas Park and the NE corner of 23rd Ave. and Quebec St. intersection. Park on 23rd Ave. across from Quince St.

See Map Location Here: Quince St & E 23rd Ave - Google Maps

RTD bus routes #70 and #23 are nearby. 

Feel free to contact Greg Lorenz at: 303-860-7119 or 720-290-5722

Distance: We will move about 2 miles total with frequent stops for discussion, questions, and answers. 

Group Size: Due to COVID-19, we will limit this event to 15 people total. 

What to Bring

  • Dress for the weather. Layers are always a good option. 
  • Water. 
  • Comfortable shoes to move in. 

*Note – Restrooms will not be available.

April 16, 2021 at 4:00pm - 6pm
Fred Thomas Park
Quince Street & E 23rd Ave
Denver , CO 80207
United States
Google map and directions
Welcome Waiver: If you have not joined one of our walks yet this year, please take a moment to sign our online Welcome Waiver, available here: All participants must sign the waiver prior to this event.

Will you come?