Halloween Half (5km/10km/21km)

An event for all ages and abilities.

This is an inexpensive chip timed event giving runners the opportunity to participate without breaking the bank. To keep it affordable, participants receive a timing chip, on-course aid stations, Cinnzeo bakery snacks & water at the finish line.

We encourage everyone to dress up and run the course in costume!

It’s only $30-$40!

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DATE
Saturday October 29,  2022
LOCATION
Bower Ponds Outdoor Stage
4707 Fountain Dr, Red Deer, AB
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ENTRY FEES
5km/10km – $30!  Online closes Thursday night
Half Marathon 21km – $40!  Online closes Thursday night
Race Day Registration will be available from 8:00am-9:30am for $40-$50 cash.  It saves to register early!!  Make sure to give yourself enough time to grab your bib and prepare for a 10am start!

PARKING
Free parking at Bower Ponds.

VOLUNTEERING
We can offer you a free race if you or a friend can volunteer.

RACE DAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Pickup Times / New Race Start Times

21km runners: pickup between 8:30am – 9:15am – start 9:30am

10km runners: pickup between 9:00am – 9:45am – start 10:00am

5km runners: pickup between 9:30am – 10:15am – start 10:30am

Race Package Pickup

We are staging race package pick-up according to your race distance.  Please do not arrive before your scheduled pick-up time.  Participants must wear a mask and line up 2m apart during package pick-up.

Race Start

  • Your start time is automatically triggered when you cross the start line

    Aid Stations

    • Water cups will be filled and waiting on the aid station tables.
    • Gels will be placed on aid station tables.
    • Porta Potties will be stocked with hand sanitizer.

    Finish Line

    • Congrats!
    • Please take off your timing chip and drop it in one of our bins.  They cost you $75 if you forget to return them!

    Post-Race

    • Water, Red Bull and Cinnzeo snacks will be available at the finish. 

    COURSE

    Due to construction, runners will begin at Bower Ponds and run out and back along the river’s north paths.