ENJOY live bands playing rockin’ tunes along the route as you CHALLENGE yourself on our Muskoka Hills. All levels of runners welcome. Whichever distance you choose you will be cheered on by our incredibly spirited group of volunteers.
Race Registration includes a tech t-shirt, a finisher medal AND FREE admission into the rockin' family-friendly licensed post-race music festival.
THE MOST FUN YOU WILL HAVE AT A RUNNING EVENT. PERIOD. June 9, 2018 in Huntsville Muskoka.
Registration will open in mid-November. If you would like to get notified as soon as registration opens and hear about special promotions, please sign up here: http://bandontherun.ca/register2018/
|Nov 16 - Jun 8||$80.00|
|Nov 16 - Jun 8||$60.00|
|Nov 16 - Jun 8||$50.00|
|Nov 16 - Jun 8||$50.00|
|Nov 16 - Jun 8||$30.00|
|Nov 16 - Jun 8||$39.95|
Join us after the race for a family-friendly, licensed all ages Post-Race Music Festival. Admission is free with race registration.
Limited tickets to the Music Festival will be available for non-runners. If you register for the race - you don't need to buy a ticket.
We’d like to treat YOU like a rock star for the day! As a VIP you will get:
Runners can upgrade to VIP for a $20 fee. There will only be 500 VIP spots.
Participants in the Half Marathon must be 14 years of age or older on June 9th, 2018. Participants in the 10k and 5k must be 13 years or older on June 9th, 2018 OR accompanied on the run with an adult who will run at the same pace. We recommend that participants in the kid’s run running unaccompanied should be 6 years or older on June 9th, 2018.
The kid’s race is approximately 1km in length. Parents are welcome to join their children on the run. All registered participants will receive a Technical T-Shirt, a Finisher Medal and race photos.
Community Living Huntsville supports, serves and advocates for approximately 200 children and adults who live with a label of intellectual disability and their families in North Muskoka.
All of our supports for approximately 200 children and adults are based on helping people have a good life, as citizens included in all aspects of our community, the same expectation as you and I. A few ways we do this is by helping people get jobs, or to become volunteers, or connect with clubs or groups.
We help people learn and understand their rights.
The education, awareness and advocacy work of Community Living Huntsville has led to over 100 local businesses and organizations to connect with people, who live with a label of intellectual disability to meaningfully live, work, learn and play in our community.
We need everyone to recognize that people with intellectual disabilities have gifts, talents, abilities and strengths to contribute. We need employers to consider people with intellectual disabilities as viable candidates for jobs.
We need people to extend invitations and welcome people with intellectual disabilities to have presence in ordinary community places, participating as ordinary citizens, allowing people to get to know each other so relationships can develop.
We believe that Community Living Huntsville, along with the Huntsville community can do better to welcome people who live with a label of intellectual disability to be included, valued, contributing members in all facets of community life ensuring that Huntsville is a stronger, richer, more vibrant community.
Community Living Huntsville hosts 2 Celebrating Inclusion Tours a month. Please visit our website, www.clhuntsville.ca for more information, and let us know if you can join us to learn more about our work!
June 9 8:00 AM EDT - Kid's Race
June 9 8:30 AM EDT - Half Marathon
June 9 8:40 AM EDT - 10K
June 9 8:50 AM EDT - 5K
June 9 2:00 PM EDT - Music Festival