Run for Habitat 5KJune 01, 2019 Fickel Park 620 Mountain Avenue Berthoud, CO 80513 View Map Organized by Berthoud Habitat for Humanity
Save on this event with ACTIVE Advantage
Your Advantage member discount automatically applies at checkout
Fickel Park620 Mountain Avenue Berthoud, CO 80513
The annual Run for Habitat 5K is a fundraiser for Berthoud Habitat for Humanity. The run/walk event is staged to begin and end at our scenic Fickel Park, centrally located in Berthoud, Colorado, with the run/walk taking place through neighboring residential streets, guided by signage along the route, along with race Marshals. There is a watering station at the start, finish and midway through the race route and which allows runners to see our Habitat partner families homes and those under construction on N. 4th Street.
The Children's Free 1K will be held PRIOR to the 5K and will give children the opportunity to participate in the festivities. The Children's Race starts at about 8:00 am.
While there are competitive racers running - because this is a Certified 5K distance with computer timing - parents are welcome to bring strollers for little ones to enjoy the 5K walk on a generally mild June morning. You are welcome to bring your four-legged friends (on a leash of course).
Affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International, Berthoud Habitat for Humanity is part of a non-profit, ecumenical Christian organization dedicated to eliminating poverty housing; our mission is to build decent, affordable homes for families in the Berthoud area.
All proceeds from this event will go toward Berthoud Habitat's work to build homes in our community serving Berthoud and Campion families in need. We're currently building four homes and celebrated a fifth home's house blessing in the Spring of this year.
Following the race, medals are awarded for the overall top Male and Female finisher; along with Male & Female athletes who place First, Second and Third in the following categories:
10 and under; 11-14; 15-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; and 70+
Awards are also presented for the Children's 1K Race, with ribbons presented to the first, second, and third place finisher. All children will receive recognition for participation in the Children's race.
Event details and schedule
On-street parking is available near Fickel Park and on residential side streets.
6:45 am - 7:45 am Arrive, Registrants Pick up Packets, Race Day Registration ($5 Increase from Pre-Registration) Ongoing until race starts.
Race participants may pick up their race packets at Fickel Park the morning of the race. We DO NOT have pre-race day packet pick ups. This packet includes your numbered race bib, safety pins, and race t-shirt.
There will be water (donated by Eldorado Natural Spring Water) and snacks for racers pre- and post-race in Fickel Park.
8:00 am FREE Children's 1K
about 8:15 am Start of 5K Race, dependent on the number of children participating in the 1K. THere are some mild elevation changes throughout the course, but for the most part the course is flat, staged through residentiaional neighborhoods, with signage and volunteers to help along the way. This is a safe route for families with children who may want to participate in the 5K walk.
There will be race maps available on race day that outline the course through the neighborhood. We have volunteer race marshalls staged along the race route course as well, for any questions participants may have.
We generally have good weather on this race day, but come prepared for anything. While the morning may be cool, given it's early June, by the end of the race it could be quite warm, so layering for the race may be helpful.
There is a water station staged in Fickel Park for the beginning of the race, at the midway point of the race, by the Habitat homes we've built on N. 4th Street, and again at the finish line of the race by Fickel Park.
Signed Waivers are Required for All Participants.
For further information or if you have any questions, please contact the race director at BerthoudHabitatForHumanity@gmail.com or call (303) 868-1690.