Walk In the Park For The Central Park Conservancy
Friday, October 12, 2012 at 11:48 AM | Dana Prigge
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At Joonbug we cherish our city and when we can, like to support local charities that give back! Nothing says quintessentical NYC more than the gorgeous grounds of Central Park. The weather is perfect right now for a wonderful walk and this event is being hosted by some of our favorite shoe brands such as; Bally, Barneys New York, Calvin Klein, Charlotte Olympia, CH Carolina Herrera, Devi Kroell, DKNY, Fogal, Galo Shoes, Jimmy Choo, Longchamp, Max Mara, Porsche Design, Stuart Weitzman. Here are the details! Viva New York!
Start: Madison Ave @ 67th St
Saturday, October 20th, 11:00 AM (weather permitting; no rain date)
Save the date and polish your high heels for Madison Avenue's "Walk in the Park" benefitting the Central Park Conservancy!  
Don your favorite stilettoes, sandals, or sneakers and participate in a quarter-mile Walk in the Park benefitting the Central Park Conservancy. Registration for the walk is $25 and includes a complimentary Central Park Conservancy hat. The Walk, led by representatives of Madison Avenue’s shoe brands, will commence at 11am at the Central Park Conservancy tent on the corner of Madison and 67th Street and finish in Central Park at 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue.
Need shoes for the Walk? Join them for a “Cinderella Saturday” on Saturday, October 13th from 11am – 3pm on Madison Avenue.  When you shop for shoes in participating stores, you have the opportunity to win a free pair! Participating stores will each make donations to the Central Park Conservancy.
All proceeds from a Walk in the Park support the Central Park Conservancy, the not-for-profit organization founded in 1980 to restore, manage and enhance Central Park in partnership with the public. CPC provides 85% of Central Park's $46 million park-wide expense budget and is responsible for all basic care of the Park. 
Tags: Happenings, The Scene, Jimmy Choo, Carolina Herrera, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Galo Shoes, Central Park Conservatory, Stuart Weitzman