Run, walk, jog, and stroll in celebration of the McClure Miller VNA Respite House. And most importantly, have fun! Participants are also encouraged to find sponsors to help raise additional funds.
For more than two decades the Respite House has provided a home-away-from-home for people with terminal illness. Respite House provides residents – and their families and friends – with a safe, warm and supportive environment, just like home. This means everything from individually prepared meals to pets staying with residents in their rooms – all of these things are essential to Respite House and help make it such a special place for residents and their families. Please help support this vital resource in our community.
Join us to raise money for Relay For Life of Rutland County. This fun event is designed for everyone, and all proceeds go to Relay For Life. There will be prizes for top finishers, and giveaways for every participant! Discount coupon codes available online to save!
The Cinco de Mayo 5K is the third annual fundraiser and marketing event for the Special Needs Alliance. The Alliance is a group of six special needs organizations which serve the Upper Valley residents to improve the lives of people with special needs by providing necessary services. This event is to raise awareness of the special needs population in the Upper Valley and beyond.
The event begins at Spark! Community Center on goes onto the Rail Trail in Lebanon NH for a total of 3.2 miles. After the race we will have Mexican themed food available, music, raffles, and other fun activities to celebrate the day! Invite your family and friends to cheer you on in the race and then enjoy the festivities afterwards (for non-race participants the after party is a suggested $5 donation).
Registration from 11am-12pm at Spark! Community Center. Race starts at 12pm
T-shirts to all pre-registered walkers and runners
Event cost-$25.00 for pre-registered. Same day registration-$30.00
A 5k walk or run, handicap accessible and adaptive wheelchairs are welcome.
14th Star is excited to announce we will be hosting our fourth annual Run for Beer on Saturday, May 12th, 2018! Proceeds from this 5k fun run through St. Albans will go towards granting a wish to a local individual through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The 2018 Run for Beer 5k will begin at 10:00 am in the 14th Star parking lot. Please come early, as all runners must check in prior to the run.
The runners will head out on a designated 5k course through St. Albans that loops back to the 14th Star Brewery.
We will be hosting a Race After-party at 14th Star Taproom for Run for Beer race participants.
Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Hearts for Hunger 5K Fun Run on May 19, 2018! This event is a fundraiser hosted by the United Church of Hinesburg to benefit the Vermont Foodbank Backpack Program. This program provides meals for Vermont youth in need when discounted or no-cost school meals are not available, such as during weekends and school vacations. You can register online at https://heartsforhunger5k.redpodium.com/2018. Please join us for this very fun, family-friendly event. 100% of proceeds raised is given to the Vermont Foodbank.
A 5K and 10K run around Silver Lake in Barnard, VT. The race is a fundraiser for BarnArts youth programming. BarnArts is a community arts organization located in Barnard. Both races will start and end inside of Silver Lake State Park and include wooded trails, back roads and scenic paths with intermittent views of the lake. 10K is a challenging course that separates from the 5k to go onto hilly back roads. There will be a post-race celebration afterwards including live music and a free catered lunch for race participants. A short kids fun run will also take place during this post-race time.
5k, 10k, & Half-Marathon
Nestled against the Green Mountains, just below Rattlesnake Point is Branbury State Park. The lake region is a most spectacular and pristine place to run. Novice and advanced athletes alike marvel the beauty of our courses and enjoy the mountains, lakes and streams of Central Vermont.