Walk or run through Downtown Santa Rosa during this is a spectacular, fun-filled family event!
Date: Saturday, August 25th, 2018*
10K Cost: $55 per Adult/$20 per Child for the first 200 registrants
$60 per Adult /$25 per Child for later registrants
5K Cost: $45 per Adult/$20 per Child** for the first 200 registrants
$50 per Adult /$25 per Child for later registrants
10K Start Time: *7:00 am
5K Start Time: *9:00 am
5K/10K Start Line:
545 4th Street, Santa Rosa, California
* Date and time is subject to change due to City permit approval.
**Age limit for child rate is 16 years of age and under
NO Race Day Packet Pick Up For Pre-Registered Runners!
Race details and course information:
The enormous expense to stage a Boston qualified marathon remains the same whether the entrant runs the race, is a no-show or wishes to cancel. Every entrant fee has been factored into costs (insurance, shirts, medallions, security, medical, permits, etc.) and donations to the charities of our choice.
No Refunds, Exchanges, Rollovers, Deferrals, or Transfers.
All 5k and 10k participants will receive this fun collector hoodie commemorating our 10th anniversary.
Dallas Caroline Performance
Come hear Santa Rosa’s Dallas Caroline, from NBC’s “The Voice”.
Dallas Caroline, from NBC’s “The Voice” will be performing after the races on August 25 at 10:00.
Dallas Caroline is a 17 year old up-and-coming singer/songwriter from Santa Rosa, CA. Dallas’ love for all kinds of country music has shined through since she was very young. Dallas has spent most of her life performing at different events such as The San Fransisco Giants game, Country Summer Music Festival, CMAFest 2017 and more. Most recently Dallas was seen on NBC’s “The Voice”. Her blind audition performance of “Always On My Mind” turned three chairs, while Alicia Keys team was full. Landing a spot on Team Blake, Dallas was stolen by Alicia Keys during the battle rounds, and made it to the top thirty two. Since “The Voice” Dallas has focused hard on songwriting. Taking inspiration from old school, and new school country music, creating her own new, raw sound. Dallas’ pure vocals were compared by Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson to Dolly Parton, LeAnn Rimes, Tanya Tucker, and Patty Loveless.