Polar Bear 5k Run-Walk for Autism 2015

Event Date

Sun, Feb 15, 2015

Address

Sea Isle City, NJ

About This Activity

The Polar Bear Run Walk for Autism is a hallmark event that takes place in one of the most attractive places at the beach in Sea Isle City, New Jersey. Proceeds benefit Autism Speaks, Special Service Schools, Autism Support Groups, and Families of Special Needs Children. Please consider this your personal invitation and greeting to join us for this event located on the boardwalk, every year on the Sunday of each Presidents' Day Weekend. This year the date for The Polar Bear Run Walk for Autism 5k Run/1 Mile Fun Walk is on February 15, 2015, at 12:00 noon.
This unique event encourages runners and walkers of all ages to participate with their families, while supporting a worthwhile cause. Please review the event application for prize details for both men and women in the various age classifications for the 5k run. The walk is a non-competitive event.
Then join us in the HUGE HEATED tents outside La COSTA MOTEL for Live Music, an Awards Ceremony, Door-Prizes, Magicians and Face Painting for the Kids! All while enjoying a Large Buffet consisting of: Bagels, Donuts, Pastries, Soft Pretzels, Fruit and Drinks.

All Pre-Registered participants will receive a custom t-shirt and are entered into the Door Prize Give-Away. Day of Race Shirts Available while supplies last.

Event details and schedule

    This year the date for The Polar Bear Run Walk for Autism 5k Run/1 Mile Fun Walk is on February 15, 2015, at 12:00 noon.

On-Line Registration ENDS Thursday 2/12 at 11:59pm

**OnSite Registration**

at Tent Outside La Costa Motel corner of Landis Ave. and JFK BLVD.  

Saturday February 14,2015 - 10 AM - 4 PM

Sunday February 15,2015 - 9 AM - 11:30 AM

Then join us in the HUGE HEATED tents outside La COSTA MOTEL for Live Music, an Awards Ceremony, Door-Prizes, Magicians and Face Painting for the Kids! All while enjoying a large Buffet consisting of: Bagels, Donuts, Pastries, Soft Pretzels, Fruit and Drinks.!

 

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