Farmhand 5K at Hawes!
Online Registration Form
Location: Hawes Farms
Event date: Saturday, November 3, 2012
On-site registration: Gates open at 7:30 a.m. to register.
Check-in time: 8:30 a.m.
5K Starting Time: 9:00 a.m.
Historic Hawes Farms has teamed up with Healthy Shasta to have our annual “Farmhand 5K” run at the farm. Our goal is to offer a fun and unique cross country style run through our fields, orchards, and wild terrain. We will have typical farm obstacles such as hay bales, wooden planks, ditches, water holes, logs, and more to add to the challenge and fun. We want you to come out and breath the farm fresh air, see some beautiful sights, feel the cool air off the Sacramento River, and have a farmtastic fun morning at Historic Hawes Farms.
Bring your whole family for a day at the farm. After the run, cool off under our shaded tent canopies, enjoy some farm fresh watermelon and other fruits. Also, the perfect time of year to pick that perfect pumpkin for Halloween.
Schools, clubs, groups, and individuals, see you at the farm!
Pre-registration (in order to assure a t-shirt) must be received by October 15, 2012.
$12.50 per entry
$5.00 for spectator pass before 8:30am (for those not running but want to watch)
For access to the farm activities, full admission is $12.50. You may upgrade your spectator pass at anytime.
To make a family fun day we have included the following with paid registration fee:
T-shirt for all pre-registered participants
unlimited access to farm activities
Refreshments including fruit, water, and Gaterade
All children will receive a farm fun pack.
(T-shirts cannot be guaranteed for those who register after September 19th, but will be provided if available.)
1-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-X, 30-X
Large 30# pumpkin & season pass for 1st place of each age division
Medium 20# pumpkin & day pass for 2nd place of each division
Small pumpkin 10# & 5 tokens for food or fun for each age division
Overall Male and Female winners will receive medals.
New entrants register the morning of the race.
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