This information is based on our pre-Covid events, and subject to change:

Day of event schedule:

8:30-9:45
  • Registration
  • Bib & shirt pick up
  • Donation drop off
  • Team photos & Photo Booth
  9:45  Zumba Warm-up
10:00  5K Run & 2 Mile Walk begin
            Entertainment along course begins
11:00  Announce race winners & prizes (approximate time)

Location:

The event is at Cass Park and the walk/run goes along the recreation trail, which is an asphalt trail.

How long is the race/walk?

A 5K is approximately 3.1 miles.  For walkers, the distance is about 2 miles.  If you are unable to walk or run, you can still register and join us on Race Day.  We are always looking for people to cheer on our runners and walkers. Runners will start off first and once they are all on their way, walkers will begin. Click here for a map of the course.

How do I get there, and where do I park?

The parking lots immediately surrounding the event will close when full, and not open again until 11am. Please do not park in these areas if you need to leave the event early. Parking is limited, so please carpool or use one of these other ways of getting there.
Accessible parking spots are located in the Children’s Garden lot as well as the lot next to the ball fields. If you need to drop someone off closer to the event site, do so before 9am.

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