basic info about this year's run...
As of now, our 5K & 10K will be completely virtual. With unpredictability due to Covid-19, we are choosing to pursue a virtual-only run this year.
What is a Virtual Run?
A virtual run is similar to a regular run, except rather than having everyone run on the same day/time, we are allowing everyone to run the race any time during the month of November (Nov. 1st - 30th). This helps us comply with the guidelines set in place for gatherings and social distancing. What does that mean?
There is a pre-set course that you can choose to run (we have a 5K & 10K option).
Your time can still be tracked! We will be using the RaceJoy app to track timing. This means that we will still be awarding medals for best times. You can run the pre-set course at any time during the month of November to be eligible.
We will be giving out medals for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place times in Male & Female Divisions for each race.
In order to be eligible for the best time awards, you must run the pre-set course
You can still run with those in your household if multiple people are running. You can also run with friends, as long as you comply with the guidelines for social distancing. Times are recorded for individuals only (not counted as a group).
The Deadline to Sign up is November 30th
Want to run as a team?
Ready to Run??
Frequently Asked Questions about this year's Run
Where is the Pre-Set Course?
If I run the Pre-Set Course, how will I know where to turn around?
Do I Have to Run the Pre-Set Course?
No! You can choose to run the 5K or 10K wherever you'd like. But, if you choose to not run the pre-set course, your time will NOT be counted for the Best Time awards.
Will I get a T-Shirt?
Can I Run with a Team?
Yes! Teams must be a minimum of four (4) runners. There is no maximum...you can have as many runners on your team as you would like.
What is the RaceJoy App and how does it work?
RaceJoy is an app designed by RunSignup (the registration service we use for our Run). It works by using your phone's built-in GPS to track your location and time for the run.