Join us for the 32nd Annual Walktober!
September 17 - November 6
We're celebrating 32 years of Walktober in 2022! We know from the past two years of Walktober that we can safely provide plenty of opportunities, in partnership with groups like yours, to help people best experience what makes this region worthy of being a National Heritage Corridor. We have wide-open spaces to explore with walks, hikes, historic tales, paddles, bike rides, farm visits, and more offered by dedicated & passionate Walktober leaders and the generous sponsors that make it happen. Thank you to them all!
Walktober leaders, you can now submit a Walktober 2022 adventure and we will add you to our printed brochures and online calendar. Events submitted typically involve the broad themes of nature, history, culture and community with walks, fairs, talks, tours, pedals, paddles, festivals and more being hosted by towns, non-profits and businesses alike.
Leaders - find the online submission form here and please read our Walktober Event Submission Tips regarding event difficulty plus the difference between a hike vs. a walk. Call 860-774-3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to talk through any ideas.
Interested in supporting Walktober? Here are the Walktober Sponsorship Packages as well as Walktober Advertising Information. Call 860-774-3300 or email email@example.com with questions on how you and your organization can support this ever popular seasonal program.
Linked here is the printed TLGV Walktober 2021 Brochure for reference - note many events were added to the online calendar last year after publication.
Walktober 2021 was Generously Supported by:
And also proudly supported by the towns of Ashford, Chaplin, Coventry, Hampton, Killingly, Lisbon, Pomfret, Sprague, Sterling, Thompson and Woodstock.
Thank you to all of our sponsors, advertisers, towns and friends. Please patronize their establishments and tell them you appreciate their support of Walktober!
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