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3rd annual Marietta Zombie Walk
The undead will roam the streets of Marietta, Georgia again to help the living
Carnival Of Doom is once again sponsoring the 3rd Annual Marietta Zombie Walk benefiting those in need within our local community. All proceeds and collected food from the Marietta Zombie Walk goes directly to MUST Ministries in their mission to help local humans in need. This year, we are truly excited to be part of the Marietta Harvest Square Arts & Crafts Festival and some fun post-walk “drive-in”
What’s a Zombie Walk? A Zombie Walk is an organized (as organized as zombies can be) public gathering of people dressed in zombie costumes (we hope these are only costumes). The walks take place in an urban center as the participants make their way around city streets and through public spaces in an orderly fashion. In Marietta, the undead will again roam the streets around Marietta Square in a not-so-brisk 0.8 mile stumble. This is an undead family event.
There’s a little undead in all of us, so bring out your best zombie look and food donations (human cash & credit card donations work) and join the local undead in Marietta Square. Victims Spectators are welcome to come play with us while helping the local food pantry (zombies do not need human food food for humans, right?) The Infestation (Gathering) starts at 5pm in Glover Park after the Festival. The Feeding (Walk) starts promptly at 6pm. Makeup artists will be on hand during the festival to help bring out the undead for a monetary donation or arrive already in character using your own creativity.
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About Carnival Of Doom
Carnival of Doom has been creating the things that go bump in the night since 2010 (http://CarnivalOfDoom.com)
About MUST Ministries
Since 1971, the non-profit organization MUST Ministries has been dedicated to “Serving Our Neighbors In Need” by providing a “hand up” during tough times. MUST serves more than 33,000 in eight counties through a variety of programs, including housing, feeding, employment services, food and clothing pantries, Summer Lunch, Toy Shop and more. Approximately half of the people served by MUST are children. For more information on MUST Ministries and how you can help, please visit http://www.mustministries.org