Join The Learning Spectrum and Learning 4 Life Farm for the fourth annual TLS Alpaca Trot to benefit Learning 4 Life Farm job training for autism.
Event will be held on Saturday, November 4th 2023!!
We’re returning again this year with a 1 mile fun walk/run at the Learning 4 Life Farm and TLS North East site, 3060 & 3062 Johnstown Utica Rd, Johnstown OH 43031. Kids, families, walkers and runners welcome! Help raise the funds to help feed our alpacas at our job training farm for autism.
$15 - 1 mile walk/jog (kids 3 and under free) - includes tasting ticket for chili cook-off.
$10 - Chili cook-off registration - includes 1-mile walk/jog registration
$5 - Chili cook-off tasting ticket
$20 - TLS Alpaca Trot T-Shirt (free for volunteers!)
Invite your family and friends to sponsor you to help us build our job training farm for teens and young adults on the autism spectrum.
The event will include a chili cook-off, yoga, live music, silent auction, LIVE ALPACAS and tours of our farm site under construction!
And don’t forget your custom-made TLS Alpaca Trot T-shirt, designed by a TLS student on the autism spectrum in our annual T-shirt Design Contest.
**Please note, much of the course is on grass pathways with some gravel in places. Unfortunately it is not wheelchair accessible, and stroller friendly only for “heavy duty” off road jogging strollers. We ask that you leave your dogs at home (service animals welcome of course).
- 10:15AM - Registration Open
- 10:30-10:50AM - Yoga Warmup
- 11AM - Walk/Run Starts!
- 11:15AM - Chili Cookoff Tastings & Silent Auction Begin
- 12PM - Chili Cookoff & Auction Winners Announced
The Learning Spectrum (TLS) provides educational and therapy services to preK-12th grade students on the autism spectrum in central Ohio.
Learning 4 Life Farm is creating a 7-acre farm in Johnstown, Ohio with gardens and therapy alpacas to provide transition job training for teens and young adults on the autism spectrum, in partnership with TLS. Learning 4 Life Farm’s mission is to provide quality training for young people on the autism spectrum to prepare for meaningful employment in the community. Come grow with us!