What anA-MAIZE-ING time you'll have when you join us for this 5k to benefit Communities In Schools of Nassau. Participants will start with a simple, open run on the hayride path towards the corn field and the real fun starts when you enter the farm's maze for the second half of your race! This is both a competitive and fun run. Competitive wave will begin 5 minutes prior to fun run. Top 3 awards will be given to each top male and female finishers. Sign your kiddos up for the Kid Dash, a .25 mile run. Each registered child will receive a medal. This dash is for 8 years old and under. Included in your race fee: T-Shirt, Glow Necklace/Bracelet and Goody Bag. Be sure to bring cash to enjoy the concessions, hayrides and smore's around the firepits following the run.
A portion of the race will go through the corn maze however, don't fear because the dead ends will be roped off so it will be a straight shot but seriously...how cool is that!
Pick up locations will be available two days before the race at various locations for your race packets however, you may pick up the day of from 5:30pm-7pm.
The doors will open at 5:30pm
Kid Dash at 6:30pm
First Wave at 7:15pm
Second Wave 7:20pm
Concessions will be open before and after the race.
Hayrides, S'mores, Concessions and other Conner's Farm activities for a fee and not included in your race fee.
Farm closes at 10pm
Parking is free
No outside food allowed other than water/water containers.
No coolers or picnic baskets allowed.
Wear comfortable race clothing and your Glow Shirt! Make sure you have good shoes. The ground could be moist or have divets in different areas and by the way this is a farm so you have been warned!
Bicycles, skateboards, baby joggers, roller skates or roller blades, animals, and personal music players are not allowed during the race. Baby strollers are allowed at the farm but not during the race.
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