THE CITIZENS BANK PELL BRIDGE RUN & WALK
The eighth annual Citizens Bank Pell Bridge Run will be held on Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 7:00 a.m.
The Citizens Bank Pell Bridge Run is a 4 mile run/walk produced by the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority. This event is not-for-profit and 100% of proceeds will go to support local not-for-profits.
This event is the most unique road race experience in the northeast! Once a year pedestrians are allowed to run or walk across the Claiborne Pell Bridge from Jamestown to Newport, R.I.
The primary goals of the Citizens Bank Pell Bridge Run are to fundraise for local not-for-profit organizations and to promote a healthy/active lifestyle.
When: The race will be held on October 21, 2018 at 7:00 a.m.
Where: Race starts in Jamestown and ends in Downtown Newport.
Who: Open to runners or walkers. Must be able to do three miles in an hour pace.
Sunday, October 21, 2018, 9:00am start time
Race-day registration and packet pickup take place at the North Beach Clubhouse, 79 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett, RI. The race start and finish is just a short walk down the road, in front of the Gazebo and across from the Narragansett Pier Marketplace.
RACE DAY REGISTRATION:
7:00am – 8:30 am at the North Beach Clubhouse.
LONG SLEEVE TECHNICAL SHIRTS
To first 500 registrants.
First/second/third place male and female: cash prize. 1st overall = $200, 2nd overall = $100, 3rd overall = $75.
New course record (M/F): $100 Current course records: M, Nicholas Grudev, 1:12:35 (2016) F, Kaela O'Neil, 1:19:43 (2015)
Top three male/female in the following age categories: 18 and under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. No duplicates
USATF-certified Half Marathon (13.1 mile) course. Flat, fast, out to Point Judith Lighthouse and back, finishing near the starting area.
The 2018 Ocean State Rhode Races in Narragansett, RI will be held on Sunday October 28. Race weekend features a Marathon, Tufts Health Plan Half Marathon and 5k Race.
The Marathon will start at 7:30 am, the Tufts Health Plan Half Marathon will start at 8:00 AM and the 5k at 8:15 am, all on Sunday
This genuine Rhode Island marathon will showcase what is great about the Ocean State. Not only does the course feature iconic Rhode Island beauty, our post race festival will include an authentic Rhode Island experience at the Narragansett Town Beach.
The marathon course is USATF certified and is a Boston Marathon Qualifier
The Ocean State Rhode Races Half is the final stop of the Tufts Health Plan Rhode Race Series, a five stop series of Rhode Island Half Marathons.
The Bryant University Physician Assistant Program will be hosting its First Annual Run For Hope, a 5K Run established to fundraise for Clinica Esperanza/Hope Clinic.
The Hope Clinic, located in Providence, RI serves to provide free-quality healthcare to uninsured Rhode Islanders and is focused on providing linguistically- and culturally- appropriate primary care services. The clinic serves a patient population of over one thousand Rhode Islanders, and the clinic’s patient volume is only growing. As PA students, we have the humbling privilege of volunteering at this clinic, and we feel a strong sense of urgency to keep this clinic running through fundraising and continued volunteerism.
Please join us in support of this awesome clinic! With your support, we can make a huge difference in the barriers to healthcare that are disproportionately affecting underserved Rhode Island residents!
About CSP half
Rhode Island has a rich history of distance running, and is fortunate to be able to celebrate that history with this beautiful, seaside course along Narragansett Bay. Participants will awarded with ocean views and a fast and relatively flat course in the beautiful, patriotic community of Bristol.
The Park View Middle School community is once again excited to coordinate a community service project to benefit our school and the veterans of the United States Military.We are pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the sixth annual Park View Veterans Day 5K Race/Walk. Once again, the race will be held at Roger Williams Park on Sunday, November 11, 2018. This event is being held on Veterans Day to honor all those who have served and sacrificed for our country. A portion of the money will be donated to Operation Stand Down Rhode Island, an organization whose mission is to help homeless and at risk veterans secure stable housing as well as other assistance. The remaining portion of the money will be used to provide the students from Park View with valuable extracurricular activities.
The Semper Home Loans Rhode Island Family Turkey Trot 5K and Youth Fun Run takes place in Pawtucket Rhode Island on Thanksgiving Day Morning November 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.. This event offers free parking and a beautiful course through historical Pawtucket.
Start and finish at Pawtucket City Hall on Roosevelt Ave, Pawtucket, RI on thanksgiving morning at 10:00 a.m. (Kids run 9:30 a.m.)
POST RACE PARTY AT MURPHY'S LAW after the 5k. Murphy's Law is located at 2 George Street. Live music.
Rhode Island's Best Jingle Run in Downtown Providence RI. Enjoy the comforts of the Rhode Island Convention Center before and after the 5k. Santa will be on-site with gifts for kids. Live band will be entertaining before and after the run. Come to downtown Providence and enjoy this fun events. Costumes encouraged!
Date: December 2, 2018
Start: 5k start: 9:00 a.m. Kids Run 10:30 a.m.
Start Location: RI Convention Center, 1 Sabin Street Providence RI 02903
Join the American Lung Association for the 11th annual Fight For Air Climb presented by MetLife Auto & Home! This “vertical road race” will see hundreds of participants, including firefighters in full gear, racing up 22 floors inside the Omni Providence Hotel on Saturday, March 23, 2019. Climb solo or start a team for this unique fitness event and, after climbing, head over to our after party at Union Station Brewery where we give out awards for fastest climbers and teams! All athletic abilities welcome. Funds raised benefit the American Lung Association’s mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education and advocacy.
The Spooky Spooner Road Race is in its 40th year. It's a great event for runners of all abilities. Register early to get a cool long sleeve technical shirt with one of our spooky original design. The Spooky Spooner race always provides participant with unique race swag, and tis year will be no different. We have over 300 runners yearly. The 10k course is challenging with a hilly ending. The 5k is a mix of flat roads and small climbs. If you registered to run or walk and have a small child under 5 we have a free kids race.
ate: Sunday October 14, 2018
Half Marathon Start: 7:30 a.m. Start is located on Mercer Street.
5K Start: 7:45 a.m. Start is located on Lyon Ave.
TIME LIMIT Time limit for the half is 3.5 hours.
Location Pierce Memorial Stadium
201 Mercer Street
East Providence, RI 02914
Race Director: Geoff Smith (a two time Boston Marathon Winner and 2 time Olympian).
Medallions for all Half Marathon & 5K finishers.
Technical t-shirts for all entrants.
Aid stations on the course with water, power drinks and gels.
Please no pets in the race. Entry fees are non refundable.
The Warwick Firefighters 5K Road Race & 1 Mile Walk was established to promote the importance of firefighter health & wellness. Our vision encourages fire service members, family, and friends to participate in fitness programs which promote better life styles. Proceeds from the event are donated to West Bay Community Action located at 224 Buttonwoods Ave, Warwick, RI.
Enjoy a crisp fall morning run/walk through the beautiful northwestern Rhode Island countryside at the height of foliage season. Beginning and ending in historic Foster Center, our challenging course will take you down quiet country roads, passing historic sites and homes, pastoral meadows, and picturesque farmland.
10K runners will enjoy the added bonus of running over Rhode Island's only true public road covered bridge, the Swamp Meadow bridge.
Registration starts at 7:00 AM, Race starts at 9:00 AM
► Pre-registration $25.00, Day-of-race $30.00
ONLINE REGISTRATION (open now):
PAPER REGISTRATION & SPONSORSHIP FORMS (coming soon):
Participants pre-registered before October 1st are guaranteed a race t-shirt.
All proceeds to support the South Foster Volunteer Fire Company, which has been proudly serving the town of Foster and surrounding communities since 1928.
***This is a dog and stroller friendly event!*** Please keep your dog leashed at all times!
Certified, flat and fast 5k (3.1 miles) and 3k (1.8 miles) courses from the Brown University Stadium through the scenic and historic East Side of Providence, and finishing in Olympic style on the Brown University Track.
Click here for maps of the courses.
8 am • Race Day Registration Opens
8:45 am • One mile races on the Brown track for middle school kids (kids should arrive by 8:30)
9:15 am • Free Kids’ Races: 100-800 meter dashes on the Brown Track, for boys and girls ages 4-12
8 am – noon • Women’s Wellness Fair on the grounds of the Brown Stadium
9:30 am – noon • Boston Red Sox Showcase, Climbing wall, obstacle course, soccer kick (“score a goal on the Brown Soccer team’s goalie”).
10 am • Start of Women Only Arden Engineering 5k Race (run or walk) and Cardi’s Furniture 3k Walk
AMICA NEWPORT MARATHON
The 2018 Amica Newport Marathon and Half Marathon to be held on Sunday, October 7 at 7:30 AM. Registration is now open, sign up today to secure your spot at the start line this fall!
The Amica Newport Marathon is proud to partner with local charitable organizations to help raise money and awareness. Gray Matter Marketing will donate upwards of $50,000 to these local organizations and we encourage all runners to join our Crowdrise.com page to create even more impact for these worthy non-profit partners.
VOTED "BEST OF 2016"
We're thrilled to announce that the Amica Newport Marathon was voted as the "Best Half Marathon" and "Best Race Swag" in the Northeast by Competitor Magazine. Voting Results.
Presented by Westerly Track & Athletic Club, Westerly Recreation, & Westerly Municipal Land Trust
Bradford Preserve, 199 Bradford Road (Route 91), Westerly, RI
9:00am: Registration opens
10:00am: 5K and 8K races start
11:00am: FREE Kids fun run for 10 & under (mini-pumpkins to all PRE-REGISTERED finishers, or until they run out!)
Location: 5K and 8K courses starting and finishing at Bradford Preserve. Showcases newly preserved Town of Westerly property, plus runs through a section of Woody Hill Management Area.
Course Description: The terrain of the course is primarily dirt trails, a mix of double-track and single-track. In order to minimize bunching up at the trail entrance, the race will first run along the perimeter of an open grass field for approximately 1/3 mile before entering the trail. In addition to flags and signs, the course is marked with seasonal decorations, such as ghosts.
Requirement: Each participant and volunteer must wear at least 200 square inches of orange. Anyone not wearing orange will not be allowed to race per State of RI DEM mandate.
Pre-registration (up to Sep 23): $18 adults, $13 age 18 and under
Post-registration (after Sep 23): $25 adults, $20 age 18 and under
$2 discount to all pre-registered WTAC members
Awards to top 1 in each age group:
13 and under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over
$25 gift certificates to overall male and female winner!
$25 gift certificates to four lucky raffle winners!
Join EpiVax and the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council at our first Woony 5K Fun Run/Walk!
Riverside Park, Providence
Sunday, September 30th, 2018
Check-in starts at 9:30AM
Race starts at 11:00AM
To show support for our new and beloved Olneyvillle neighborhood, we have teamed up with the WRWC, a local non-profit whose mission is to encourage, support and promote the restoration and preservation of the Woonasquatucket River Watershed as an environmental, recreational, cultural, and economic asset of the State of Rhode Island.
The proceeds from this event will fund the great WRWC education initiatives and youth programs designed for local area Elementary, Middle, and High School kids.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Pre-registration is $25. Registration at the event is $30. Donations are welcome. Please note that no pets or strollers are allowed.
Questions? Contact Stephanie Vece at email@example.com.
Thank you to our official food vendors, Palagi Brothers and Mindful Maia’s Juice and Tea!
Since 2011, National GRACE Foundation has helped more than 1,000 families, mainly fundraising through their annual cycling event in the fall.
This year, National GRACE is adding a Run Against Cancer to their annual fundraising event. It is a new 5k that will be taking place in addition to the 6th annual charity bike, RIde Against Cancer. This run is meant to be inclusive of all who wish to participate in helping GRACE achieve their mission of Growing, Recovering, and Achieving a College Education, whether or not they like to cycle.
The RIde/Run will take place in beautiful Southern Rhode Island and begin and end at the Bistro at Theater by the Sea in Wakefield. We have four RIde options, a 5 mile, a 15 mile, a 38 mile, and a 60 mile route. The run winds through a 5 km section of the bike route in scenic Matunuck and Cards Pond. Following the conclusion of the Ride/Run, there will be a celebration back at Bistro at Theater by the Sea with lunch. All runners will also receive a free t-shirt!
This is an opportunity to come together with friends and family to celebrate overcoming the battle with cancer and recognizing that after the fight, life continues.
As a way to give back, The National GRACE Foundation College Awareness Program was established to provide the assistance to pediatric cancer patients, survivor and families looking to navigate the college admissions and financial aid process and is free.
All funds raised by this day of family fun go to support the world class treatment center at Hasbro Children’s Hospital and to the Isabel Helen Farnum Scholarship fund, which provides scholarships to pediatric cancer survivors.
This is your opportunity to grab your friends and family and participate in support of kids with cancer in our community. Please come join us!
Registration is now open for the 2018 SKL Memorial 5k ~ Families Against Violence Run/Walk. This year's race will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2018. Race amenities’ will include cash prize for top 3 finishers, finish line food, chip timing, and music & dancing.
Race Features: Event swag and cash prizes
This event is a USATF sanctioned race
There is a $5.00 Day of Fee Increase
Rhode Island College Homecoming 5K Race and Walk is for every competitor, recreational and those kicking for fitness.
You don’t have to be a graduate or student of Rhode Island College. Come run the newly improved college campus, out to Fruit Hill Avenue, then head to Mount Pleasant, and finish olympic style around our beautiful track.
$50 check goes to the top male and female; medals for all category winners!
Free t-shirt, refreshments, and post-race BBQ!
The Jamestown Half Marathon will be held on Saturday, September 22, 2018. The event is set on picturesque Conanicut Island and looks out over Narragansett Bay and the Newport Pell Bridge, the largest suspension bridge in New England. The course features vivid landscapes, winding roads, historic Watson Farm as well as the village of Jamestown with its small shops and quaint restaurants. The Half Marathon will start at 7 a.m.
The 21st Annual Walter E. Brandon Sickle Cell 5K Walk/Run fundraiser sponsored by the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter and AFSCME District Council 33 will be held on Saturday, September 22, 2018, 7:00 am - 12 noon in Fairmount Park at Belmont Avenue and Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA. 19131 (across from Please Touch Museum).
Founded in 1998 in memory of our agency co-founder, Walter E. Brandon, this event has served as a platform to raise awareness about sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait, along with the importance of getting tested. Reverend Brandon lived with sickle cell disease, which influenced his life’s work. Due to his dedication, love and compassion for adults and children living with the illness, the 5K walk/run was named in his honor.
The Annual Walter E. Brandon Sickle Cell 5K Walk/Run will feature a morning kick-off program; bell ringing ceremony remembering those who have passed away from complications of the disease ; 5K walk/run; wellness pavilion; health screenings; community resources/information; children’s activities; award ceremony for top female/ male runners in each age group; music, entertainment and refreshments. The walk/run is a rain or shine event. Online registration for individuals and teams is available at: 21st Annual Walter E Brandon Sickle Cell 5-K Walk/Run or at www.sicklecelldisorder.com
FOR 2018, 80% PERCENT OF RACE PROCEEDS WILL BE GIVEN TO OUR PARTNER, THE CURE ALZHEIMER'S FUND (CUREALZ). EVERY DOLLAR THEY SPEND GOES TO RESEARCH AND GETS US A STEP CLOSER TO FINDING A CURE! IN ADDITION TO CUREALZ, WE WILL DONATE 20% OF RACE DONATIONS TO LOCAL FAMILIES AND RESIDENTS IN NEED.
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund: Our Story
For many years, Alzheimer’s disease research was completely stifled by a lack of funding. Pharmaceutical companies were too wary of past failures to fund any new drug development. The drug pipeline was coming up dry, and researchers weren’t encouraged to think big or bold.
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund has changed that.
- 8:00 AM – Race day registration opens
- 8:50 AM – Race day registration closes
- 9:00 AM – Race/walk Start
- 10:30 AM – Projected awards ceremony (will be adjusted based on last finisher’s time)
The 5K course has been sanctioned and certified by USA Track and Field. Walkers can complete a newly created 1.5-mile loop. Please note, streets will remain open to traffic, pets are not allowed, and strollers are strongly encouraged to stay on sidewalks. To see a map of the 5K course, please click here. To see a map of the 1.5-mile walk course, please click here. The route will have signs and volunteers directing the way. A water station will be located at the half-way point of the 5K course.
The race entry fee is $25 per runner if you pre-register before 5pm, September 15, 2017 (pre-registration closes at that time). Day of race registration, if available, will be $30 per runner. Free tee-shirts will be offered to the first 100 registrants!
The Fierce Five is the only fundraising event held each year by the Fierce For Shannon Foundation. All proceeds from the Fierce Five go to the foundation. The Foundation awards scholarships and grants to individuals and groups whose work ethic, drive, and determination align with the way Shannon lived her life.
In the simplest of terms: we FUEL FIERCE.
Date: Sunday, August 26, 2018
8:00 am Start of the 5K, 10k and 10 mile Walk and Road Race
Place: Quonset Point, 95 Cripe Street, North Kingstown, RI 02852
Five Mile Race
Course - The course for the Bobby Doyle Summer Classis is the original one used in 2008 and resumed in 2017. The consensus among runners is that this course is better and faster. It is!
Water Stations - Water stations will be at miles 1.42, 2.75, 4.05 and at the Finish. Please be sure to bring your own drinks prior to the race, especially if the weather is hot!!
Medals - All finishers will receive a custom race medal.
Technical T-shirts - All registered runners will receive a technical T-shirt.
Race Raffle - Pre-drawn raffle for all PRE-REGISTERED runners. Gift cards/merchandise will be awarded at Registration prior to the race.
Post Race Refreshments - Refreshments will be available on the grounds of the Pier Middle School following the race.
Restrooms - Indoor restrooms and showers available, additional restroom facilities (port-a-johns) will be on-site.
David S. Anderson was a life-long Scouter and CEO of the Narragansett Council. He dedicated his life to giving youth the outdoor experience. Help us continue to provide the outdoor experience at Camp Yagoog for the youth of Southeastern New England.
The annual Blessing of the Fleet 10-Mile Road Race is the highlight of this 3-day event surrounding the famous Blessing of the Fleet in Galilee, RI. Runners, walkers, and wheelchair entrants compete on the scenic course that covers 10 miles. Winding its way through historic Narragansett, it is officially sanctioned and listed as one of the top three races of its distance in New England.
More than 3,100 people competed in 2017, hailing from all over New England, across the country, and even around the world. The race's finish line is by The Towers in Narragansett, next to the Atlantic Ocean and Veterans Memorial Park, the site of the Blessing of the Fleet Seafood Festival. All race participants receive official Blessing of the Fleet t-shirts.
Race Registration Information
Pre-Race Day Fee:$35
Race Day Fee:$40
Rising Above Cancer Walk/5K Run
Cancer survivors, family, friends and support teams are invited to this fun fulled and celebratory event! Join us to walk or run in honor of a loved one.
Money raised will be directed to the Lifespan Cancer Institute's Patient Assistance Fund. For a paper application - please click this link.
Friday, July 20, 2018
Early Race Packet pickup: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Lifespan East Greenwich Cancer Institute (1454 South County Trail East Greenwich, RI 02818)
Saturday, July 21, 2018
Onsite registration and race packet pickup: 7:00 am - 8:45 am
Kids Sprint: 8:30 am
5K Race: 9:00 am
5K Walk: 9:05 am
3/4 mile Walk: 9:15 am
Award Ceremony: 10:00 am
Competitive 5K Road Race with Cash prize for 1st male and female finisher
Prizes to the top men and women in age groups: 1-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ (Must be present to claim award)
Moisture Wicking T-shirts will be given to all 5K Run/Walk and 3/4 Mile Walk entrants prior to June 30, 2018
Free Race Photos! USATF Certified 5k course!
Race festivities include brief remarks by Warwick Mayor Scott Avedesian, Lifespan Cancer Institute Director David Wazer, MD, free skin exams (courtesy of University Dermatology), a cooking demonstration by Rhode Island's favorite TV chef, Chef Frank Terranova, complimentary massage therapy,great music, face painting, clowns, balloons and lots of children's activities. We also will have a wide variety of raffle prizes for our participants!
If you are unable to participate but would like to donate please click this link or mail checks to:
Lifespan Cancer Institute, Attn Ryan Whalen
139 Point St , Providence RI, 02903
PLEASE BE SURE TO INDICATE THE TEAM NAME ON ANY CHECKS MAILED IN THAT SUPPORT A TEAM. THANKS!
A VERY SCENIC COURSE
Beginning with a 9:00 am start
Length: 4.8 miles – course is flat and fast! Plus+
Mylaps-B Tag Timing
Three water stations on the course
Escorted by LC’s finest.
Medical assistance by LC rescue
Officially sanctioned and blessed by USATF. Please be reminded that according to USATF rules, strollers, baby joggers, dogs are not allowed in the race.
PRIZES & CATEGORIES
CASH prizes for the top three men & women.($150, $75, $50) Top three in each category get stuff too!
THE HUMBLE ORGANIZERS
United Congregational Church “Road Race Committee”, volunteers & friends who are very humble, but perform brilliantly.
THE PARTICULARSRegister on line and save!!!
On line entry $25 until July 13th at
$25 by mail (received by July 13), $30 on race day.
Make check payable to:
United Congregational Church T-shirts to the first 500 entries.
The Pike’s Peak Races:Kids races start at 8:30 a.m.
but must be registered by 8:15 a.m. and costs $13 pre-entry,
but $15 on race day.
T-shirts to the first 120 entries.Races for ages 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12.
FOR MORE INFO:
Call or stop by the church office (401-635-8472)
A MOST WORTHY CAUSE
All proceeds from this race benefit the Little Compton United Congregational Church.
POST RACE EVENTS
Refreshments for all runners.
A summer country fair atmosphere which includes: 40 plus vendors, book sale, food court, music, kids games, White Elephant, dog show, and raffles. Come for the race – stay for the day!
For more information or to register online visit our web site at http://www.ucclittlecompton.org
FOR MORE INFO:
Call or stop by the church office (401-635-8472)
**This is a family friendly 5K Run/Walk event in honor of Ryan French. Ryan was a resident of Thompson and a student in the Ag-Ed Program at Killingly High School. While at KHS, Ryan was a 3-year Varsity runner in Cross Country, 2-year Varsity runner in Outdoor Track, an ECC All-Star in both sports, and a Scholar Athlete. Ryan had a significant impact on the people around him, both young and old alike. Ryan possessed many good qualities and core values including leadership, motivation, dedication, sportsmanship, and pride in all that he did both on, and off, the Cross Country trails.
The proceeds from this race will be going into the “Ryan French Memorial Scholarship Fund” which provides Scholarships to well deserving Killingly Ag-Ed Seniors going onto higher education.
**PLEASE NOTE---THERE IS A WALK (8 AM), A FUN RUN (9 AM), AND A PROFESSIONALLY TIMED 5K TRAIL RACE (9:30 AM)
Annual Arnold Mills Road Race, Cumberland, R.I., 4M Certified, 9 a.m. North Cumberland Fire Station. Rolling country roads, mostly flat., One of the oldest running races in New England, precedes parade at 11 a.m, top 3 finishers get trophies and prize raffle to follow. Categories include Jr. under 15, through, 60+.
The 7th Annual Esophageal Cancer Walk/Run will be held on Saturday June 16, 2018, 10 AM at Warwick City Park. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 day of. Dogs, welcome! Children 12 and under & dogs admitted free. Sign up here: https://salgiwalkrun2018.eventbrite.com
The 7th Annual Esophageal Cancer Walk/Run is hosted by The Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity working to raise awareness, encourage early detection and to fund research of esophageal cancer...in hopes of a cure.™ https://salgiwalkrun2018.eventbrite.com.
What better way to honor our American Flag for FLAG DAY and support our Veterans then to take part in our 4th Annual Flad Day 5k run!!! Our Veterans will serve all registered participants a post-run hot breakfast of eggs, sausage, homefries, toast and beverages!!! T-shirts for all registered runners and awards for each age division!!! ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL BENEFIT OUR 2017 POST 85 RHODE ISLAND STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL CLUB for their upcoming 2018 season!!!
Enjoy the excitement of running before a pre-assembled cheering crowd in anticipation of the Annual Gaspee Days Parade! Over 1,500 runners each year flock to participate in this exciting event along the Parkway’s famed red, white, and blue road stripe. Challenge yourself to place a record among our top runners and win a prize or just do it for the fun – either way, you are supporting one of the area’s favorite community events, as all proceeds support funding the annual Gaspee Days Parade. Hosted in memory of Allan & Edna Brown.
Welcome to the Grit 'N Wit - Dorian J Murray "D Strong" event!
Here contestants will be tested both mentally and physically! This is a team event, so invite your grittiest and wittiest friends and family and take on 18 physical and mental obstacles!
The first 200 participants to sign up receive a T-shirt!
Free charity concert to follow with LIVE music!
Connecting for Children & Families
8th Annual Make Tracks for Kids
5K Run/Walk & 1K Fun Run
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Join us as we run/walk this USATF certified 5K course at the beautiful Bryant University campus, all in a collective, superhero effort to transform the lives of children in Woonsocket.
9:00am - 1K Fun Run (kids under 12)
9:30am - 5K Run/Walk
Barbecue and Awards to follow
Established in 1995 with funding from the Rhode Island Foundation, Connecting for Children and Families (CCF) is a community-based, non-profit organization located in Woonsocket, one of Rhode Island’s core urban cities. Our mission, to transform the lives of Woonsocket children through high quality educational opportunities and family support, is accomplished through strong community partnerships and advocacy.