The Spreckels Volunteer Fire Company is proud to present the 46th Annual Spreckels 4th of July Celebration, 5k Run/Walk & 10k Run
Registration Fee: $35 5k & 10k BEFORE June 27th
Registration Fee AFTER June 26th: $40 5k & 10k
Special Olympic Registration Fee: $10, 5k & 10k no price increase for this category
Registration Closing Date 7/1, 5:00pm
Same Day Registration: CASH ONLY $40 5K & 10K
BIB PICK UP: At the Spreckels Firehouse on July 3rd from 3pm-7pm. If you missed online registration come to the Firehouse July 3rd to register. Price: $40 5K & 10K ***CASH ONLY.
No refunds. Event is rain or shine.
Top 3 runners in each age category will be awarded for both the 5k & 10k races.
Electronic timing provided by Synergy Race Timing.
Age categories: 13 & under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Women's 5k & 10k
Men's 5k & 10k
Special Olympic 5k & 10k
Youth 1 Mile Run (registration not required & free of charge)
All pre-registered runners are guaranteed a race shirt. Same day registration runners are not guaranteed a race shirt.
Bring the family and enjoy the fun as we feature the 5k & 10k race, 4th of July Parade, Fireman's Muster, craft fair, childern's activities, food & drinks, and live music!
Pre Race: Make sure to arrive early to ensure time for parking, registration, bib pick up, warm up, etc.
5k Walk/Run:10K Run: Features a flat, easy course around town and senic farmland.
10K Run: Features a flat, easy course around town with scenic farmland including a one-mile loop in town at start and near the end of race.
Although we make every effort to make the course as flat as possible, farmland is likely to be uneven and therefore cannot allow strollers on the course. Please run the farm portion of the course with caution.
Youth 1 Miler: One-mile fun run for children ages 12 and under. Participant ribbons will be provided. This run is not timed and is free of charge.
Post Race: Our award ceremony starts at 10:45am and will need to have all runners finish the course by 11am. We welcome athletes of all levels but do keep in mind there is a time cap. Local vendors have been kind enough to provide post race snacks, beverages, and some take home goodies!
Monday, July 4th 2016
7:30am - 8:30am - 5k/10k Race Registration & Bib pick-up (located near 3rd street & Spreckels Memorial Park)
8:30am - Youth 1 Mile Run (start/finish line on 3rd St)
9am - 5k & 10k (start/finish line on 3rd St)
10:30am - Children's Parade Registration (located near 3rd St & Spreckels Memorial Park)
10:45am - Awards Ceremony (near registration tent)
12pm - Children's 4th of July Parade (starts at Memorial Building parking lot)
1pm - Fireman's Muster (located on Llano Ave. between 2nd & 3rd St)
4pm - Muster Awards Ceremony
4pm - Crafts Booths close - activities end
Parking: Please arrive early as parking can be an issue. Keep in mind that streets in town do close for the safety of the runners.
Dogs: Although dogs are allowed at the park, they are not allowed on the race course. Please keep your furry friends on a leash at all times.
Personal Belongings: We will not have a bag check so any belongings you bring you are responsible for.
If you have further questions please contact the race Director, Lily Cadena by email: [email protected] or by phone: (831)229-7919.
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