05/04/2019 @ 8:00 am Don't Tell Me To 'Slow Down' 5K Run Evanston, IL
About the Event
Saturday, May 4, 2019 @ 8:00 am
This 5K (3.1 mile) Family Fun Run/Walk & Kids Dash is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to get outside and get moving, all for the benefit of people who stutter and the National Stuttering Association!! Whether you’re racing to get that PR, or just want a fun, easy run/walk with others in the community, we invite you to join us!
*5K On-Site Registration on race day: $35
*Kids Dash On-Site Registration on race day: $15
Not local to the Chicago/Evanston area? You can still participate and support the National Stuttering Association!
This race offers the opportunity to register as a virtual runner, meaning you can complete the run/walk in your own area. Simply select 'virtual runner' at checkout. You will still receive the race t-shirt, and your registration will still go to the NSA, just as if you were on the ground with us in person. There is no proof of completion required, simply sign up, lace up those shoes, and hit the ground in your own neighborhood, at your own pace.
Not a runner? Try completing the 5K while walking, hiking, biking, swimming, jumping rope, or dancing. Most importantly, this is an opportunity to have fun and support people who stutter and the NSA!
The DEADLINE to register as a VIRTUAL runner is April 21st, so don't miss out!!
Saturday - May 4th
6:45am - On site registration and packet pick up
8:00am - Kids Dash (ages 5-12)
8:20am - 5K & Family Fun Run
9:30am - Awards Ceremony and Runners Raffle
All participants will receive a swag bag and finishers medal!
Awards and Timing
This is a timed race. Overall awards will be presented to the top 3 female and top 3 male runners.
All pre-registered participants are guaranteed a special event t-shirt! All sizes are unisex. Shirt availability and/or sizes are not guaranteed for on-site registrants.
Bring the entire family and join us for a truly FUN morning!
All proceeds from the event will go towards the NSA Scholarship Fund, helping individuals and families with financial difficulties to attend our National Stuttering Association Annual Conference.