Thursday November 24, 2022
Start & Finish at Sam Johnson Park
333 SW 15th St
Redmond, OR 97756
7:30am - 8:45am Check-in & Day-of registration
9:00am - The Brace Place 1K Kids race (FREE ages 10 and under)
9:20am - 5K & 10K
Open through November 22, 2022 @9pm (T-shirts only guaranteed with registration by Nov 13th):
5K $30 (add $5 on event day)
10K $35 (add $5 on event day)
Registration will be available in-person on the morning of the event from 7:30-8:45am. Cost will increase by $5 and there is no guarantee of T-shirt.
Shirts guaranteed for registrations by Nov 13th. After Nov 13th shirts available while supplies last. Quantities on registration site are up to date. If a shirt size is sold out it will not be available.
Register by Nov 13th to
guarantee a T-shirt
(Shirt quantities on registration site are up to date. If a shirt size is sold out it will not be available)
Registration includes race entry, a Hoodoo Ski Lift ticket, and T-shirt!
5K and 10K will start together and go North in a loop route through the canyon. 10K will travel further North in the canyon. Both routes are a combination of pavement and dirt.
The Brace Place 1K Kids Race
UPDATE: For the safety of the kids running and supplies available we are capping the kids run at 200 kids. It will sell out online.
FREE! Ages 10 and under, start at 9:00am
Includes bib and a fanny pack from The Brace Place! Have fun running with the turkeys and trying to beat them across the finish line! Local teenagers dressed as turkeys will be running the course with the kids.
Course is a loop on grass and pavement in Sam Johnson park. Parents will be able to see the entire course from the Start line but are also welcome to run alongside the littlest runners.
Option to purchase a T-shirt when you register online or at the event (while supplies last).
Note: The Free Kids run does not include a Hoodoo Lift Ticket - register online for the 5K or 10K to take advantage of this offer.
Do you want to participate and support a good cause but prefer to run on your own time? Then the virtual run is for you! Register online and run on your own schedule, in your own community. We'll mail you an event T-shirt and bib! IMPORTANT: Hoodoo lift tickets are NOT included in the virtual event. If you want to take advantage of this offer register for the in-person event and join us on Thanksgiving Day!
Mailing dates: Thursday Nov 17th. Registration for the Virtual Run will close on Wed Nov 16th.
Come for a fun run with your family and friends. We hope you'll enjoy being outside with your friends and community while running either the 5K or 10K marked course. No official timing
You can pickup your bib#, T-shirt and Hoodoo ticket the morning of the race. Wear your shirt and bib for the race. Or if you prefer to store your shirt and Hoodoo ticket in your car, be sure to plan enough time to walk back to your car. Parking will be available in the Redmond High School parking lot. Very limited spots are available in the Sam Johnson parking lot.
Race Day pick-up (T-shirt, bib, ski lift ticket):
Thursday November 24, 2022 - Event Day
There is very limited parking in Sam Johnson park. Head straight to Redmond High School where there will be plenty of parking. From the High School use the crosswalk located in the NE corner of the lot. Cross 19th street going East, continue down the paved path for a short walk into Sam Johnson park.
There will be two water stations located on the course as well as bottled water at the finish line. Stations are supported by local youth. This year it will be the Redmond Community Nordic Ski Team and the RPA Robotics team!
Toilets will be available at the start/finish and along the course.
Due to our permits this is not a dog friendly event, with the exception of Service dogs.
Strollers are welcome. Please be aware the course will cover pavement and dirt paths. We recommend jogging strollers with large tires.
Both runners and walkers are welcome!
It is the participant's responsibility to make sure they do not impair their ability to hear, see, sense, and detect present or potential hazards and dangers.
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