Growing Bolder & Track Shack Host Wisdom Walk, Powered by AdventHealth Well 65+


Free portraits will be taken of all intergenerational participant groups.

ORLANDO (Sept. 21, 2023) – Let’s take a walk, together. On Saturday, Oct. 7, 2023 Growing Bolder, a major media producer and worldwide leader in rebranding aging, will host their second annual free intergenerational walking event in partnership with AdventHealth Well 65+ and facilitated by the world-class events team at Track Shack.

The Wisdom Walk is an opportunity for cross-generational conversations during a one-mile stroll. The walk begins at 7:30am and kicks off Growing Bolder Day, presented by the Senior Resource Alliance at the Center for Health & Wellbeing. The route will start and end at the west end of Ward Park in Winter Park, FL, across from the Center.

Ideally, walking groups are comprised of a mix of age generations:  

  • Parents, Grandparents, Great grandparents + Kids, Grandkids or Great Grandkids  
  • An Older Neighbor with a Younger Neighbor  
  • Multi-Generational Friends or Co-Workers 

Individuals are welcome as well, and will be paired with someone of a different generation on the event day. Walkers will receive questions along the walk for their group to talk about. The event will include free family or group portraits by renowned portrait photographer Mike Dunn.  

The Wisdom Walk is free, but registration is required.

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