|Date:||Monday, January 01|
|Location:|| Lincoln Park (Stockton Drive & LaSalle)
1700 N Stockton Dr.
|Beneficiary:||Hope for the Day|
Get ready to shake, rattle and roll (or at the very least walk) on the first day of 2018 at Chicago’s 33rd New Year’s Day 5K Run & Walk. This iconic annual sprint is a fave with Windy City fitness enthusiasts. Plus it’s an awesome opportunity to welcome the new year on a healthy footing.
Whether it’s cold, warm, snowy or somewhere between (who can predict?!), the start line is at the south end of Lincoln Park. The course route then wends north along the lakefront bike path to Diversey Harbor before returning to North Avenue.
In addition, there’s also a post-event party at Select Cut Steakhouse that includes the awarding of winner trophies and raffle prizes and a complimentary drink to those 21 years of age and older (with ID) as well as non-alcoholic drinks for other ages and the alcohol-free.
How to Register + Fees
Pre-Event - FUN RUN
$25 Now- November 15th - 5K Fun Run/Walk Early Bird Ticket
$30 November 15-December 15th - 5K Fun Run/Walk
$40 November 15th-December 15th- 5K Fun Run, 5K Walk with Classic American Breakfast
$40 December 15th-December 28th-5K Fun Run, 5K Walk
$50 December 15th-December 28th- 5K Fun Run/walk with Classic American Breakfast
Pre-Event - CHIP-TIMED RUN
$30 Now- November 15th - 5K Chip-timed Run Early Bird Ticket
$40 November 15th-December 15th- 5K Chip-timed Run
$50 November 15th-December 15th- 5K Chip-timed Run with Classic American Breakfast
$45 December 15th-December 28th-5K Chip-Timed-Run
$55 December 15th-December 28th-5K Chip-Timed-Run with Classic American Breakfast
$45 Race Day- 5K Fun Run, 5K Walk
$50 Race Day- 5K Chip-timed Run
$20 Classic American Breakfast at Select Cut Steakhouse
Pre-Registration & Packet Pick-Up at Road Runner Sports
Road Runner Sports
Age Group Awards
The top three in the following categories will receive an age-group award: 19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & up. The top male and female overall winner will able receive an award and prize.
About the Beneficiary: Hope for the Day
Suicide completion rates have surged to a 30-year high. Suicide has no prejudice. Globally, 800,000 die by suicide each year. In America, 121 individuals complete suicide per day.
Suicide is a preventable mental health crisis. The biggest obstacle to prevention is the silence of stigma.
Stigma isn’t just a buzzword. Stigmas are social and cultural factors that try to dictate how we express ourselves and compel individuals to be silent on their internal experiences.
Proactive prevention is about creating an environment that doesn’t wait for someone to reach a point of crisis to address their mental health.
We will reduce rates through...
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