Date:  November 10, 2018 - Registration starts at 11:00am​


Location:  Drost Park in Maryville, IL​


Details: Help us create awareness, raise funds, and just have some good old fashioned fun visiting with our TS circle of friends!​ ​Money raised at the annual walk will benefit the local Turner Syndrome programs that support the women, girls and families affected by TS in St. Louis and the surrounding areas.


Event Registration: $5 per person (ages 2 and under are free)

Now is the perfect time to get your teams together and start raising TS awareness! Get your friends and family to join your team! Who's team will raise the most this year?  

Please check-in a​t the Event Registration Booth upon arrival to pick up your wristband. Wristbands will be required to participate in the Annual TS Walk event.  

Event T-Shirts

7th Annual TS Walk Event T-shirts will be available again this year! Available in limited quantities so pre orders are suggested.  Contact turnersyndromewalk@gmail.com  to pre-buy your shirt! - (PRICE TO BE ANNOUNCED). 

Anniversary Bracelets

 7th Annual TS Walk Bracelets are available for purchase. Contact  turnersyndromewalk@gmail.com  to pre-buy your bracelet! - $3 (+$1 Shipping). 

Butterfly Hunt

Kids attending this event will also be able to enjoy our traditional Butterfly Hunt! Six treasure chests with goodies inside will be hidden in the woods for the kids to find! 

50/50 Raffle and Silent Auction

Don't forget to bring CASH so you don't miss out on the 50/50 Raffle and Silent Auction! 

Bubble Bus!

The Bubble Bus will be making it's way! Put on your dancing shoes! 

1957 Ford

At the end of the walk you will be given a chance to cruise around the path and take pictures in this awesome 1957 Ford! This could be a once in a lifetime experience! Get your cameras ready!!! 

Live Music!

The Whiskey Raccoons will be joining us for the second year.  

Lemonade Stand

Ava will be making her famous lemonade at this years TS Walk! Make sure to stop by her stand to say hi! 

Book Signing: "The Silent Syndrome"

This book is a heartwarming story of one TS womans journey of agony and pain, acceptance, and unconditional love.   Written by Cheryl Jost, former Turner Syndrome Society of St. Louis Chapter President. Personalized autographed books available for sale at the walk!