Zombies get their groove on at “Thrill the World” last year. Reporter file photo

Zombie dance party ‘Thrill the World’ shuffles into Redmond

  • Friday, October 20, 2017 12:44pm
  • LifeNews

Get your zombie look on and your dancing shoes laced up as “Thrill the World” will be creeping into town on Oct. 28 at Redmond Town Center.

“Thrill the World” is simultaneously performed in more than 150 cities throughout 30 countries to raise money for charity. Redmond Zombies and nonprofit beneficiary Team Survivor Northwest hosts the local event, which takes place at 2 p.m. Registration begins at 11 a.m. and there will be costume contests and more leading up to the big dance.

Team Survivor Northwest’s mission is to provide a broad range of fitness and health education programs to enable women cancer survivors, in any stage of treatment or recovery and at any fitness level, to take an active role in their ongoing physical and emotional healing. For more information, visit http://thrilltheworld.org/redmond/

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