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Join us for the HARTA-ween Zombie Dash 5K this October 13 at Yeoman Park and experience the Erie Trail 1st hand. (Race is open to all ages)
The Gist of It
Your goal as a human is to complete the 5K or 1-mile loop with as many lives left on your life belt as possible (life strips must remain on your belt at all times) that is until a zombie tries to snatch one of your 3 lives.
Humans may choose to walk or run the race and may opt out the life strips.
Your role, as a zombie if dare is to shuffle, walk, grunt, and dress like the undead while you try to seek and snatch a life of from the humans. Awards for best dressed undead.
Must be 10 and over with an adult
Face painting by Huntington City-Township Public Library
**CHILDREN must be SUPERVISED at ALL TIMES**
Food and drinks for purchase
Costumes are strongly encouraged
Each Paid entry receives:
*Awards for top 3 male and female finishers in the 5K event
Registration Fee: $8.00- Student (with valid student ID, available at checkout ), $13.00 -Individual , $30.00 - Family
Day of : $10.00 - Student, $15.00 - Individual , $35.00 - Family
Check-in: 5:14pm , Race: 6:14 pm
Race is RAIN OR SHINE
Help is needed to decorate the route:
Pumpkin Decorating Contest
Calling all Businesses, Organizations, Groups, Churches, Families HARTA (Huntington Area Recreational Trails Association) are inviting you to show off your creative talents this Halloween season by decorating a pumpkin to be placed along the HARTA-Ween Zombie Dash Route (located along Yeoman Park and the Erie trail).
Pumpkins can be placed on Saturday, October 13 along the race route. They will need to be pickuped at the end of the event.
If interested, please sign up under the volunteer section of our race page.
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