Sactown Urban Dash 5K

Event Date

Sat, Sep 19, 2020

Address

West Sacramento, CA

About This Activity

******DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 SITUATION WE ARE CHOOSING TO RESCHEDULE THE EVENT FOR LATER IN THE YEAR*******

******IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PURCHASED TICKETS YOU WILL BE CONTACTED SOON*********

**Race will take place rain or shine.  Tickets/Donations are Non-Refundable**

When: To Be Determined

Day-of Registration/Bib Pick-up: 8:30am to 9:30am

Event Time/Race Start: 9:30am to 12:30pm. The Kids Run will start promptly at 9:30am.  5k runners will start promptly at 10:00am. Walkers/strollers/kids will start at 10:15am (Ages 3 to 10 are $15. Ages 2 and under are FREE).

Where: Drake’s: The Barn (985 Riverfront Street) in West Sacramento

RACE Information: The Sactown Urban Dash is a 5K race through West Sacramento, hosted by The Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032, a non-profit organization of women in the Sacramento area who fundraise and do hands-on work with children and children’s charities in the Greater Sacramento area. 

The flat course starts and finishes at Drake’s: The Barn in West Sacramento and leads runners along the beautiful American River. This race will be official timed by Synergy Race Timing for those interested in clocking their run.  

Racers receive a complimentary beer/beverage and a tank top OR t-shirt with the purchase of a ticket! Racers must sign up by April 16th to guarantee a shirt. Immediately following the race there will be an after-party which will include music and a raffle! Raffle tickets will be sold onsite so bring cash, check, or card to win some amazing prizes! Additional food & drink will be available for purchase!  Dogs are more than welcome at Drake's and we will have a bounce house and photo booth onsite.

Event Beneficiaries: The 2020 Sactown Urban Dash is fundraising for our two main beneficiaries, Single Mom Strong and The Boys in the Hood Book Club.  Single Mom Strong is a community, a place of empowerment and a means for betterment for single mothers and their children in the Sacramento area.  The Boys in the hood Book Club is a literacy program for African American boys from the ages of 8 to 12 years old that are interested in reading and writing. The programs goal is to bridge the gap in language arts, decrease suspension rates and disrupt the school to prison pipeline. Additionally, the Sactown Urban Dash Event is fundraising for Active 20-30 Club #1032's annual high school scholarship program, which awards ~ $5,000 each year to young women entering college.

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