Fireside Chats are a moving and memorable way for you to get to know Krempels Center. In just one hour, you will have coffee, hear from our founder and members, and attend a community meeting. What you think you know about brain injury survivors will be forever changed; and you will come to learn the unique, heart-centered and effective program that is Krempels Center. Sign up here or call Megan Shapiro Ross at 570-2026 ext. 28 for the schedule.
The 21st Annual Runner's Alley/Redhook 5K is set for Sunday May 27, 2018. Held every year on Memorial Day Weekend, and starting at the popular Redhook Brewery, this annual event hosts over 2,000 runners and walkers. All proceeds go directly to Krempels Center. Register here for this premier race, which boasts a fast, flat course, a huge feast for participants, live music, kids fun run, VIP club and a free Redhook Beer. Volunteers Needed: Join a loyal, fun-loving group that returns year after year to make this event a huge success. There are many opportunities available, from waterstop duty to food line to recycling. Click Here to Volunteer.
The King Challenge, held on Saturday October 21, 2017, is a cycling event full of camaraderie and fun. Cyclists know that fall in New England is a great time to ride. The event celebrates this season with a variety of scenic routes to meet lots of needs and abilities, course support along the way, and a fun and lively ending celebration. The Krempels King of the Road Challenge has a special connection to the King family, and through local cycling legends Robbie and Teddy King, who are actively involved in supporting the event. Three routes of varying lengths are designed to accommodate a wide range of cycling abilities. Stay tuned for news about 2018!
The ride is not a race but a fundraising event, with easy fundraising minimums for riders. For more information about the ride, visit www.kingchallenge.org.