|Date:||Saturday, March 16|
|Time:||10:00 a.m. Race Start|
|Location:|| On Cannon Drive at Fullerton Pkwy, Chicago
2410 N Cannon Dr.
Get seriously Irish this St. Patrick’s Day as Chicago’s St. Paddy 5/8K Run & Walk in Lincoln Park returns for its 18th year of green fun.
With its course route along the lakefront, participants are encouraged to use their imaginations and don green attire (or wear a costume) to celebrate the Emerald Isle. There will also be awards for the best-dressed.
So grab your friends, show your green pride and help kick off the spring running season by signing up for the Windy City’s oldest St. Patrick’s Day sprint.
In addition, all participants will receive a commemorative event shirt and are invited to the post-run party at a local bar/restaurant
How to Register
CLICK HERE to register!
Now until 1/20 at 12:00AM: $35.00
1/21 until 2/24 at 12:00AM: $40.00
2/25 - Race Day (At packet pickup and on-site): $45.00
Now until 1/20 at 12:00AM: $45.00
1/21 until 2/24 at 12:00AM: $50.00
2/25 - Race Day (At packet pickup and on-site): $55.00
Packet Pick-Up Information
Road Runner Sports
1435 N Kingsbury St.
Chicago, IL 60642
March 14 - 3pm to 7pm
March 15 - Noon to 7pm
20% off discount for all VIP members during packet pick-up! See store for more details!
CLICK HERE to download a course map. These out and back courses start together and separate closer to the lakefront with the 8K heading north and the 5K heading south.
Parking & Public Transportation
Parking can be difficult in this area. There is street parking available on Cannon Drive and Stockton. Paid lots include the Lincoln Park Zoo lot near the lagoon or the Diversey Harbor lot just north of the event site.
Public transportation is plentiful! Visit the CTA website HERE to plan your route today.
Volunteer With Us!
Not into running? Coming to cheer on your friends and family? How about volunteering with us? Email Shea Briggs to sign up for various great opportunities ... all to benefit a great cause!
About the Beneficiary: Resilience
Resilience is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the healing and empowerment of sexual assault survivors through non-judgmental crisis intervention counseling, individual and group trauma therapy, and medical and legal advocacy in the greater Chicago metropolitan area. Resilience provides public education and institutional advocacy in order to improve the treatment of sexual assault survivors and to effect positive change in policies and public attitudes toward sexual assault.
Marketing & Sponsorship Opportunities