The Children’s Museum of Bozeman and Thrive invite runners of all ages to lace up for the Dash and Splash, Bozeman’s favorite family fun run! The Dash and Splash will be held on Saturday, June 4 th , 2016 at the Meadowlark School on Durston Road. The action kicks off at 9am on Saturday morning with the 3K Kids’ Challenge. The 5K Classic launches at 10am, and runners from all around the valley will be joined by volunteers and participants from Thrive’s Girls on the Run program for an uplifting race appropriate for all levels and abilities.
All racers are encouraged to dive over the finish line on our supersized SlipnSlide! We’ll have awards for the kids, a prize raffle open to all participants, and every runner gets a rubber duckie! Race registration is $15 for the 3K Kids’ Challenge and $25 for the 5K Classic. Runners can register online at www.racemontana.com through Thursday, June 2nd. Inperson registration will be available at the Children’s Museum, Thrive, and the Bozeman Running Company until 12pm on Friday, June 3rd. Packet pickup for preregistered runners takes place from 12pm to 5pm on Friday, June 3 rd at Bozeman Running Company. Race Day registration opens at 8am on June 4 th at the Meadowlark School.
Vital support for this year’s Dash and Splash comes from Montana Vein Clinic, Bozeman Creek Family Health, TKTK, and the Bozeman Running Company. “We’re thrilled to be part of this terrific community event,” says Casey Jermyn of BRC.
“Thrive and the Children’s Museum work hard to create healthy opportunities for kids and families – and this event is a great way to spread that message to the wider community.” Eleanor Barker, CMB’s Executive Director, says, “We’re joining forces with Thrive and the Bozeman Running Company to make the Dash and Splash bigger and better than ever!”
Proceeds from this event will help support CMB’s Access Fund, providing free or reducedprice admission to families in need from all around southwest Montana, and Thrive’s Girls on the Run program, encouraging positive emotional, social, and physical development for girls in grades 3 through 5. What a tremendous partnership!” The Children’s Museum of Bozeman is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Children’s Museum of Bozeman, Inc. Peet’s Hill Hustle Press Release, p. 2 Please contact the CMB at 4065229087 for more information o