Mt Tabor Doggie Challenge
When: 7/30/2011 @ 8:30AM
Where: Mt Tabor Park
ABOUT THE 2011 MT. TABOR DOGGIE CHALLENGE:
Let us set the scene for you...
It's mid July. You've already run all the fun Spring events in town. You just did the Foot Traffic Flat half out on Sauvie Island. Now you’re bored because there are no more cool local events to do around town until Run Like Hell right? Wrong!
The Mt. Tabor Doggie Challenge takes place Saturday July 30th and is great for everyone! No dog neccessary. Just bring yourself or some friends and take part in one of the coolest events around, in one of Portland's most amazing parks! It is truly the coolest Summer running event in town. Partly because it takes place on shady tree lined roads within the park, but also because there is great music, tasty beer and yummy food after the event!
Bring everyone for this fun, family-friendly event!
Mt. Tabor Park in Portland (Picnic area A near the bathrooms / amphitheater)
8:30AM REGISTRATION AND PACKET PICKUP
9:40AM KID'S HALF MILER
10:00AM 5K RUN / WALK
10:10AM 8K RUN / WALK
IN-STORE AT FOOT TRAFFIC:
Thursday July 28th and Friday July 29th from 10:00am-7:00pm at 4020 NE Fremont
DAY OF RACE AT THE EVENT: Starting at 8:30am
* We strongly recommend you attend the In-storet pick-up; lines on raceday are long and slow. We allow and encourage you to have friends or family members pick up your packet for you if you cannot attend the in-store packet pickup. Just make sure they bring some kind of confirmation.
DoveLewis is Portland’s non-profit 24-Hour Emergency and ICU Animal Hospital, offering advanced veterinary care. DoveLewis also shares several 100% donor-funded programs with the community including one of America’s largest volunteer-based animal blood banks, a partnership with Delta Society providing animal-assisted therapy services, a nationally recognized pet loss support program offering several free group therapy sessions each month, 24-hour stabilizing care for lost, stray and wild animals and financial assistance for qualifying low income families and abused animals.
DoveLewis is also now open nights and weekends at the OR Coast, providing emergency and urgent care to residents and tourists. For more information please visit dovelewis.org