For full details on the May 21st 5K run/walk for C.A.D.E. click Autism5K HERE.
Whether you’re a serious runner, a casual jogger or a walker, you’ll enjoy the Autism 5K. Last year we had nearly 2000 participants, evenly split between walkers and runners. Many groups participate in support of a particular family member, a cause, a workplace or just for fun.
The 2011 T-Shirts will feature custom artwork by the talented local artist Michael Birawer! Michael has graciously offered to allow us to use this wonderful piece for our 2011 race artwork. T-Shirts are available in Adult and Kid sizes this year.
Click Here for Registration Details. Registration available on site.
Saturday, May 21st, 2011
Lake Calhoun, near Thomas beach
Vincent Ave S and Lake Calhoun Parkway
Google Map Link for directions:
The course follows the Lake Calhoun Parkway road around the lake (not the trail). It is a 5K (3.1 mile) run or walk and is a USA Track and Field certified 5K.
- The Run/Walk starts at the stop sign on Lake Calhoun Parkway (just West of the Thomas Beach parking lot).
-The Run/Walk finishes at West 36th Street (approximately 2 blocks North of the finish line) near the Bakken museum.
- Return Back to the tent for refreshments after your run.
Kids / Strollers / Dogs / iPods??
Kids are welcome and not required to register - but can if they’d like a race shirt and/or have their times scored. Strollers and Dogs are fine for walkers, but please line up towards the back rather than towards the front with the runners. We aren’t restricting the use of MP3 players or headphones.
Who is the race for?
For Serious Runners:
This is a certified course around Lake Calhoun, a great 5K course. Plaques will be awarded to winners in each age category (Male and Female) w/prizes for overall winners.
For Not-so-Serious Runners:
Enjoy a run around beautiful Lake Calhoun on a Spring morning.
For Walkers & Families:
The Autism 5K draws scores of families and individuals who walk for the cause. Approximately 1000 walkers participated in 2010!
Proceeds to benefit Children with Autism Deserve Education, a nonprofit that support children and families affected by autism as well as research.
Find out more.