If ding-dong ditch is your idea of Halloween fun, it's time to reconsider your social calendar. This eerie race sets out from the Hudson Gardens, continues onto the Platte River path, and finishes back at Hudson Gardens...your final resting place. After the race, little (and big) boils and ghouls can trick-or-treat, have their faces painted, and play in a bounce house, and kids of all ages can enjoy refreshments and live music from Retro. Don't forget to participate in the costume contest (here's a hint: "runner" probably won't be a winner), and as a parting gift (wahahaha), to take home, a agreat themed tech t-shirt to commemorate your day of frightening fun.
Admit it, the Halloween Hustle sounds better than your usual Halloween plans - gorging yourself on fun-size packs of peanut M&Ms - so go out there and have yourself a spook-tacular time.Join us for Halloween Hustle 5K and Spooky Kids Fun Run benefitting Tennyson Center for Children. You will not want to miss this wonderful family event.
Date: October 27, 2013
Schedule of Events:
6115 S Santa Fe Drive
LIttleton, CO 80120
Registration includes spooktacular tech t-shirt, food, fun and prizes!
5K Fees (kids fun run is free)
5K Fees Race Day
Online - thru 10/25/13
Mail-In (click pdf form below) - Must be postmarked by 10/17/13.
Sign-up Locations - 10/11 - 10/25/12
Boulder Running Company
Packet Pick-Up Information - Except for in-store registration locations, all bibs, t-shirts and timing chips will be distributed on event day starting at 7:45 AM near the start line.
Awards in the 5K will be given to the overall male and female, then to the top three males and top three females in the following age groups: 12 and under, 13-19. 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70 and over.
Costume Contest Awards presented to the best adult costume and kids costume.
Tennyson Center works with children, youth, and their families to overcome a variety of life crises, including abuse and neglect.
Tennyson Center is a community of people dedicated to serving children and youth and strengthening families. As professionals and concerned citizens we strive to provide competent and caring treatment, education, and advocacy services that are community-based, family-focused, and child-centered.
The agency provides services to children and families regardless of religion, creed, age, race, color, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability status, or military status.