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Time7:00PM CST - 12:00PM CST
We’re back with all of the usual debauchery you’ve come to expect from the Little Rock Hash House Harriers. The city residents are anxiously awaiting our return, so start looking for that perfect red dress, and don’t forget to accessorize. (You must wear a red dress, or facsimile thereof, to run on Saturday.)
For a paltry fee of $48.00 you get three trails and all this great stuff:
1. A genuine Hashfest Gimme (If registered and paid before November 1)
2. Loads of brewski, snacks, and other pleasures of the Hashpitality Suite
3. Three (3) Hash Runs, including the traditional Friday Night Pub Crawl (bring cash), the Saturday Afternoon Red Dress Run, and the Sunday Morning Hangover Run
Once again, the Hash will attempt to get thrown out of the historic Arlington Hotel and its epic hot tub in scenic Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas. (We were SO VERY close last year!) For reservations, call (501) 623-7771 or visit arlingtonhotel.com. Regular room rates start at $105 per night, or ask for the special “Spa Pacers” rate for a discount on a single or double. To avoid conflict with non-hashers, we suggest you request a room on the seventh floor near the Hashpitality Suite (Room #735) so you don’t have too far to stagger.
The Little Rock Hash House Harriers is part of the loosely organized group of clubs known collectively as the "Hash". Since its founding in 1938 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia the Hash has spread to most of the larger cities of the world, following the simple philosophy: "Running should be fun." Based on the English game of "Hound and the Hare", the Hash involves a group of runners (the "Hounds") who try to follow a trail marked in flour or toilet paper by the leader (the "Hare"). The ultimate goal is to find the finish (the "On-In") where vast quantities of beer and other refreshments are consumed.The Little Rock Hash House Harriers, founded in 1974, is one of the oldest Hash chapters in the United States.
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