Wichita St. Patrick's 5k Run/Walk
Join us on Saturday March 13th for the 11th annual Wichita St. Patrick's 5K! Wear your best St. Patrick's outfit to compete in the costume contest and enjoy a fun race! The race will be chip-timed and awards will be given to the top three in each age group. Participants will receive a shirt, pint glass, and finisher's medal!
Saturday, March 13th, 2021 - 5k Start Time: 8AM
Kids Fun Run - 9:00AM (or after completion of the 5k)
Old Cowtown Museum (1865 W Museum Blvd, Wichita, KS - parking lot)
Friday March 12th
2pm-6pm at a location TBA
Saturday March 13th
6:30am-7:45am at the Cowtown Visitor's Center (1865 W Museum Blvd, Wichita, KS)
COURSE MAP: Click Here
Register online here.
Kids fun run
Register as an individual or as part of a team of 3 or more. All participants in the 5k will receive a pint glass, participant shirt and finishers medal.
KIDS FUN RUN
Fun Run for kids ages 8 and under. 50-200 yards based on age. Participants will get a shirt and ribbon.
Awards will be given to the top overall male and female finishers as well as the top masters male and female finishers. Custom event medals will be awarded to the top three male and female finishers in the following age categories:
10 and under 25-29 45-49 65-69
11-14 30-34 50-54 70-74
15-19 35-39 55-59 75-79
20-24 40-44 60-64 80 and over
There are lots of ways to get involved as a volunteer for this fun event! Click on the link below to see the different volunteer positions that are available for you to sign up for!
CHARITY PARTNER: Midian Shrine Center
Proceeds to benefit Shriners Hospital for Children and Midian Transportation Fund.
The Center is affiliated with Shriners International and supports the Shriners Hospitals for Children®. Midian Shrine Center was founded in 1909. The derivation of the word “Midian” is a Biblical name for a part of northwest Arabia. It also alludes to the meaning of middle, which describes location of the organization in the approximate middle of the United States.
Learn more about this organization and the work they do at www.midianshrine.org