Citrus Walk Aware for Alzheimer’s


We are looking for your support!

Have fun, be Healthy, support our Families living with Dementia!

The Walk is Back!

Sign up to join us in Floral City on October 15th!

It is time to step out and get healthy and happy to raise funds for Dementia Education Inc. and help care partners and families living with dementia. 

Join the Citrus Walk Aware for Alzheimer’s in Historic Floral City on October 15, 2022. 

Day of Registration: 8:00 am-9:00 am

  • Visit the Historic Museum
  • Visit The Historic Duval-Metz home
  • Visit The Floral City Library and see the Famous Americans Dementia Education Photo Exhibit
  • Listen to some Live Music at the Historic Duval-Metz House
  • Visit the Skyline Mobile Research Bus-free memory screenings and more
  • Take part in the Story walk in front of Floral City Library
  • Participate in a drumming circle that will be presented by Rhythm United
  • There will be vintage cars in the Duval-Metz property from the Geezers hotrod non club from Floral City
  • “The Fidgets” will be providing Fidget mats for caregivers located in the Lions Community Building

Opening Ceremonies: 9:00 am-9:30 am

  • Presenting of the Colors by a local ROTC from Crystal River High School

Walk: 9:30 am-11:30 am

  • Walk on the Withlacoochee State Trail-about 1-1 1/2 miles in length
  • Walk the Historic Floral City down Orange Ave and coming back on Marvin Street-about 1 miles in length

Come back to Towncenter and enjoy some BBQ from Mt. Carmel Methodist Church

Click the links below to find out how you will be able to support this event!

The Citrus Walk Aware for Alzheimer’s Walk 2022 is promoted by Coping with Dementia LLC.  All net proceeds will be donated to Dementia Education Inc., a citrus county nonprofit corporation dedicated to advancing the education and understanding of memory diseases to result in improved compassionate care for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.  

The Floral City Alzheimer’s Walk 2022 is promoted through a partnership between Coping with Dementia LLC and the nonprofit Floral City Heritage Council.  All net proceeds will be divided between the FCHC and Dementia Education Inc.