Join Global Hope in the Apple Cider 5k/10k run for a fun, family-friendly event. Festivities take place at the beautiful Westminster Promenade Terrace with a scenic run along the Big Dry Creek Trail system. All proceeds go toward the care of orphaned and vulnerable children.
Register and pay for 5 or more participants AT THE SAME TIME for either race and receive $5 off PER PERSON on the registration! Use the "Join/Create Group" option during registration to apply the discount.
Kids 7 and under can join a paying adult for free - register using the Kids 5k option (untimed - no shirt). Kids 8-12 receive a discounted price (timed - shirt option). So whether you run, walk or even crawl, this race is for you and the whole family!
EARLY Packet Pick-up Available: Friday, Oct 12, 4:00pm-7:00pm at Road Runner Sports. (10436 Town Center Dr #300, Westminster, CO 80021). **By picking up your packet at Road Runner Sports, you'll receive a coupon for $10 off a $30 purchase or if you are an RRS VIP Member or join, you'll receive 25% off the retail price!
8:00 AM: Enjoy warm apple cider as you come to check-in and explore the expo. Bib pick up and same day registration starts at this time.
9:00 AM: 10k Race Starts
9:05 AM: 5k Race Starts
Awards at 10:20 for 5k and 10:40 for 10k. Followed by a raffle of prizes!
T-shirt Upgrade Available: Short Sleeve Cooling Performance Crew Shirt. 100% polyester interlock. Moisture-wicking, stain release, and odor resistant material. Ultra tight knit resists snagging. (Additional charge applies.)
The Race is professionally timed using Webscorer. (Results based on gun time and will be posted online or on your Webscorer FREE App immediately after finishing!)
*PARKING: From Westminster Blvd, turn EAST at N Promenade Dr. The parking lot for the terrace is the FIRST and SECOND driveway on the SOUTH side of N Promenade (across from the Westin.)
Proceeds benefit Global Hope's mission: To provide Christ-centered care for orphaned and vulnerable children through global partnerships. We work with children in Romania, Kenya, and India.