Run to Rescue 5K hosted by Catalyst Ministries.
The race will take place on October 27th at Tipton Park North by the playground and spray park.
The 5K will start at 8:30 a.m.
A Kid’s Fun Run will be held at 9:30 a.m.
The Eighth Annual “One and Only” 5K will take place on Saturday, October 27th at South Park in Farmer City, IL. It is a hybrid trail and road race. We are excited to run this in conjunction with The Haunted Forest and part of the race will run through its path. Costumes are enthusiastically encouraged and we will be having a best costume award and best group costume award.
The money raised benefits the FC Chamber’s scholarship program for Blue Ridge graduating seniors. Last year, we were able to help two graduating seniors with scholarships. Our goal is to increase that through this race. Thanks so much for your continued support!
The CILCA 5K is a trail run through hills, two creek crossings, a jaunt along the Sangamon River, and the beautiful changing leaves. 1st-3rd place in each age category receive wooden medallions. First place overall, male and female, both receive Camp CILCA hoodies. The race is followed by an Oktoberfest with games, hayrides, food trucks, drinks, live music, and more!
This time of year on the estate of Robert Allerton Park in Monticello, IL is beautiful as the 5.7 mile trail winds through fall-colored forests and past the unique gardens and statuary of Allerton Park. This event is always the last Sunday in October, which obviously occasionally falls on Halloween. The race course follows the river, which has proven quite challenging over the years. Runners may find hidden roots, ruts, sharp turns, and other obstacles. The race ends in the meadow.
Family and friends gather while a local radio station provides music. We have a post run brunch that is largely supported by the food items brought by YOU, the race participants and our sponsors. Post run awards ceremony with many age group awards and also many prize drawings.
In addition to paying the park for its use, we donate proceeds back. They are quite gracious for our support and ask how we would like our donations used. They have used our donation towards a railing at a dangerous spot, trail erosion control, recycle bins, water fountain bottle filling station, and more.
This event is the final event qualifier of the Monticello Triple Crown Awards. To qualify for the Monticello Triple Crown, you must complete a qualifying race in each of the other two Triple Crown Races (Allerton Trails Half Marathon &10K on April 6-7, and the Kirby Derby 5kM/10kM on May 12)…AND you must indicate Triple Crown Participant during the fall early registration sign up for the Allerton Park Trail Run. Email us with any questions. Cannot wait to see you run with us!
The race runs throughout historic Bloomington, IL. Mostly on the Constitution Trail with one loop in St. Mary’s Cemetery. The race will start and end on the trail near St. Mary’s School.
1 Free admission to the 10th Annual Chili Cook Off when you pick up your packet (children 13 and under are free). Packet pick up Saturday October 27th, 10:30am – 3pm at St. Mary’s Chili Cook off, located at the McLean County
Fair grounds, West Expo Building.
On site packet pick up at the school in the gym on Sunday October 28th from 11:30am-12:45pm (prior to the race)
Timing provided by The Lake Run Club
Race shirts limited to first 185 runners /walkers!
No shirt or size guarantees for forms received after 9/30/18
Proceeds benefit St. Mary’s School
Awards For Runners
Top Age Group Finishers Male/Female
14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, and 60+
GREAT POST RACE PARTY with Chili, Hot Dogs and more.
36th Annual Canal Connection 10k
Date & Time: Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 10:00 AM.
Distance: 6.2 miles (10k).
NEW: Chip timing and everyone starts at 10:00AM.
Fees: Pre-registration (postmarked on or before 10/31/18), $30.00. Registration after November 1st, including race day, $35.00. A $2.00 discount for per-registered members of Starved Rock Runners, Lake Run Club, Illinois Valley Striders, Springfield Road Runners Club.
Course: Point to point. Featuring a downhill slope for the first .75 mile stretch. Runners will then enter the I-M Canal Towpath and run the next approx. 4.2 miles on a flat, unpaved surface (crushed limestone). Race finishes on a paved street near the elementary school in Utica, IL. Split times at each mile along the course. 2 water stations will be available with ambulance crews covering the entire course.
Race Circuit: The Canal Connection is part of the race circuits of: Starved Rock Runners, Lake Run Club, Illinois Valley Striders, Springfield Road Runners Club.
Race Day Registration: Registration & packet pick-up at Elementary School in Utica, IL from 8am to 10am the day of race. All runners must register/check-in at School in Utica. School is located at 248 W. Canal Street, Utica, IL.
Transportation to start: Buses will begin to leave Utica at 8:30am to transport runners to the starting line in LaSalle, IL near the west end of the I-M Canal Towpath.
Gear Check: A bag will be provided with your race packet in which you may secure your possessions for transportation back to the finish line. Gear will be checked according to bib number & available for pick up at the School in Utica. Please make sure your bib number is written on the outside of the bag. Starved Rock Runners, Ltd. is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Please don’t check anything of value.
Shirts: Newly designed Sweat Shirts to all paid entrants.
Awards: Presented to top everall male and female, top overall male and female masters and top 4 winners in the following age groups: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29. 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, 60-64, 65-70, 71-74, 75 & over.
Information: Race Director, Roseanne Abbott & Janine Sobin contact : email@example.com
Be part of the longest-running, holiday-themed 5K race series anywhere – and fight with us to conquer arthritis! Price increases by $5 September 1st, so register early!
The Arthritis Foundation’s original Jingle Bell Run is a fun way to get decked out and be festive, while racing to raise funds and awareness to cure America’s #1 cause of disability. Put on your favorite holiday costume. Tie jingle bells to your shoelaces. ’Tis the season to live it up and be jolly for a reason! Bring a team of friends, family and co-workers to run or walk, spread smiles and good cheer … and be a Champion of Yes! One hundred percent of your registration fee and fundraising efforts go to this great cause.
Join us for this family friendly event – wear your ugly sweaters, dress up in holiday themes (or don’t!) and come jingle for a reason.
For more help or information about the 2018 Jingle Bell Run Bloomington, contact Alicia Whitworth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 309-240-6459.