2014 Minnesota AIDS Walk


May 18, 2014
08:00 AM until 01:00 PM


The Minnesota AIDS Walk is a 6.2 mile walk along the Mississippi River that benefits the Minnesota AIDS Project’s mission to lead the fight against HIV in Minnesota. We’ll be featuring HIV testing, Paws for a Cause, where you and your pets can walk together, and our first ever Mini Midway created especially for our junior walkers. Day of registration begins at 8 am and the Walk kicks off at 11 a.m.




View map Minnehaha Park
4801 Minnehaha Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN

Additional Information


Minnesota AIDS Project

Contact name

Melissa Conway

Contact email


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