Minnesota Stroke Association Events

The Minnesota Stroke Association's annual events help raise community awareness of stroke while honoring stroke survivors and paying tribute to those who have supported our organization throughout the years.

Strides for Stroke

The 2018 Strides for Stroke will take place on Saturday, May 19 at four locations in Minnesota:

  • Duluth - Canal Park
  • Mankato - Sibley Park
  • Saint Cloud - CentraCare Health Plaza
  • Twin Cities - Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton

Registration will be available in early 2018.


Strike Out Stroke

Strike Out Stroke is presented each May (National Stroke Month) in partnership with the Minnesota Twins baseball team. At its heart, the event honors stroke survivors from the previous year. The 2018 Strike Out Stroke day will take place on May 16.


Stroke Awareness Month

Each May, the Minnesota Stroke Association celebrates National Stroke Awareness Month. The month of May becomes a highlight for all who have been touched by stroke. Click here for more information.

You can help by making a donation online through the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance, or call us at 763-553-0088.


ActFAST Run Team

Join us for the ActFAST Run Team on October 6 and 7, 2018 as part of the Twin Cities Medtronic Marathon!


Events with the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance


The 2018 Annual Conference for Professionals in Brain Injury will be held on April 12 and 13, 2018 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

More information on our 2018 Annual Conference and registration will be available in early 2018.



In 2018, the Consumer and Family Conferences will take place on Saturday, June 2 and Saturday, November 10 at New Life Presbyterian Church in Roseville. Details and registration information will be available in April.



The 2018 Walk for Thought will take place on Saturday, September 15 at four locations around Minnesota:

  • Duluth - Canal Park
  • Rochester - Quarry Hill Park
  • Saint Cloud - CentraCare Health Plaza
  • Twin Cities - Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton

Registration will be available in early June.